Belen Hernandez and husband Marcus Hicks sold Monte’s Breakfast Burritos to open a vegan-Mexican restaurant because they wanted to help make it easier for fellow Granbury residents to eat plant-based food.
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Tolar has jumped off to a 2-0 start to lead the district volleyball standings.
These cheerleaders with the Pirate Youth Cheer Association celebrated their homecoming this weekend. From left are Bella Rosas, Anna Stetler, Aubrey Brinkman, Zoey Lawrence and Wrynn Wilkins. COURTESY OF LINDSAY WILKINS
The 2A Tolar Rattlers hosted the 3A Boyd Yellowjackets for their home opener Friday night.
The Granbury Pirate football teams will scrimmage Fort Worth Poly and Joshua Thursday at Pirate Stadium.
When our Creator spoke the world into existence He formed it “ex nihilo” out of nothing. God did not take eternally preexisting matter or substance and reshape it into our world. He simply called it into existence “ In the beginning God created….” (Genesis1:1 NIV) and “the God who gives life to the dead and calls things that are not as though they were” (Romans 4:17b NIV).
Salvias are mainstays in Texas xeriscapes. With their bloom spikes of red, blue, purple, pink or white, these tough, heat and drought-resistant perennials and annuals brighten gardens spring through fall. Salvias persevere where other flowering plants fail, because they are well suited to varied, harsh conditions.
My craving for down-home cooking kicks in with the first cold front every fall. I’m ready to leave cold sandwiches and salads eaten during the hot summer months and crave holiday smells permeating through my home.
Paula McDonald invited friends, family and coworkers to celebrate her book launch of “LIVE-2DAY – Theosynthesis” Saturday night at her home in Pecan Plantation. “Theosynthesis is a journey that integrates science with theology,” McDonald said. “As believers in Christ, we are hit from all sides with false information, New Age teachings and a world that desires for us to remain silent. Welcome to ‘Theosynthesis’ where you will discover this perfectly ordered world with truths ready to be explored. “ McDonald, a Realtor, has a bachelor’s degree in biology, and master’s and doctorate degrees in theology. ROGER ENLOW
The pandemic has affected all of us in one way or the other, but for our law enforcement personnel at the sheriff’s office, it has had some unusual consequences.
As a young boy I had the good fortune of learning the art of being casual.
Here’s a challenge for you—What is nearly invisible, but interferes with health, work, school, play and family life?
With rain and cooler temperatures this is time to be scouting for destructive fall armyworms.
Jeanette Watkins, 89, passed away on Thursday; September 10, 2020 in Granbury.
John Ira Flippin "Flip", 89, passed away on Wednesday September 9, 2020. Funeral Service: 2:00 p.m. Saturday September 12, 2020, Martin's Funeral Home, Granbury, Texas; Visitation: 1:00 - 2:00 pm, Saturday September 12th, Martin's Funeral Home; Interment: Rose Hill Cemetery, Cleburne, Texas.
Royce June Cox was born in Graham, Texas on December 26, 1938 to Leroy and Winnie Choate. She passed into the arms of Jesus on Thursday, September 10, 2020. Memorial service: 1:00 PM, Saturday, September 19, 2020, Lakeside Baptist Church, Granbury.
MONICA V. VICKERS of Alvarado, TX, formerly of Granbury, TX passed away on August 31, 2020 at the age of 72. She was born on September 25, 1947 in Hamburg, Germany to the late Helmut and Margaret (Nadolny) Lilienthal.
Archie Dale "Pops" Crawford, 81, of Weatherford, passed away early Sunday morning, September 6, 2020, in Fort Worth, Texas.
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If anyone confuses Granbury for simply a retirement town, they certainly haven’t attended a Granbury Young Professionals event lately.
People have been banning books forever. However, since 1982, one week a year has been set aside to celebrate the freedom to read.
Matt Nelson had a logical reason why his legs were shaking most of the day.
A house fire on Brock Highway in far northwest Hood County displaced a family Monday morning.
Tricia Harris and Heather Gunn love trying out different restaurants but their homebody hubbies don’t.
When Sandi Walker heard that Texas EMS wanted to raise money to purchase oxygen masks for pets, she knew how to get the job done quickly.