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Republican Precinct 16 chair Kay Crain is promoting a “Trump MAGA Event” to be held from 6-8 p.m. today at the RV park in Pecan Plantation.
Ralph Darrell Cooper, 87, of Granbury, Texas, died peacefully on September 4, 2020, after a long and courageous battle with Alzheimer's Disease.
Michael Eugene Howerton, 31, of Weatherford, Tx left his earthly body and became his spiritual being on September 3, 2020. The family will receive friends on Tuesday, September 8, 2020 at 2:00 PM at Martin's Funeral Home in Granbury, Tx.
Haysville - Zinn, Elaine, 77 passed away Friday September 4, 2020. A Celebration of Elaine's Life will be held September 26th at The Point Christian Fellowship Church 514 North 3rd Street in Temple, TX at 2:00 p.m. She was preceded in death by her husband, Bobby Zinn; stepfather, Bill Krugman; father, Roland (Sadie) Briggs. Elaine is survived by her two children, Alissa Tevis (Trent) and Amy Edgar (Jay); grandchildren, Tarent Tevis (Morgan), Grant Tevis (Heidi), Jayme Gabbert (Chase), Jace Edgar; great granddaughters, Lorelei Grace Tevis and Ellis Elaine Gabbert; mother, Bernice Krugman; half-sisters, Beth Stokes and Tally Briggs; Nephews Ryan (Dawn) Stokes and Brett (Allison) Stokes. Great Nephews Gage, Ryan, Wade, Kody, Noah, Liam, and Great Niece Hana. Elaine and Bobby lived in several locations throughout their marriage. They were married in Temple, TX and lived there until 1976, when Bobby was transferred with the Santa Fe Railroad to Olathe, KS. They lived there for 6 months, and then were transferred to Barstow, CA. Bobby and Elaine enjoyed bowling with their Santa Fe friends in many leagues. After Barstow, they were transferred to Topeka KS, Shawnee KS, South Elgin IL, and finally retiring in Granbury TX. All throughout their marriage and travels, they made and kept so many wonderful friends. Elaine was a very talented artist. She was trained in several disciplines of painting as she lived throughout the country. She was a member of the Granbury Art Association and has painted so many beautiful pictures for family members and dear friends across the United States. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Alzheimer's Association, 1820 E Douglas Ave, Wichita, KS 67214. www.SmithFamilyMortuaries.com
On Monday, August 31, 2020 the Gage family lost their beloved husband, father and grandfather.
Earl "Moe" Glotfelty, 89, a retired American Airlines Aircraft Technician, passed away on Tuesday; September 8, 2020 at his home in Granbury.
Judith Ann Harris, 78, of Granbury passed away on Wednesday, September 2, 2020. No services are planned at this time. Memorials may be made to the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation.
Maxine Cox passed away peacefully in her home with her five daughters surrounding her on Thursday, September 3, 2020 at 8:45am. Ellen Maxine Belew was born on October 22, 1930 to JB and Nannie Lee Belew in Bradshaw, Texas. She was married to Elwood Glenn Cox for 45 years who preceded her in death in 1995. Survived by her sister Geraldine Phelps of Winters, TX and her daughters Glenda, Karla, Wanda, Rhonda & Rita. 12 Grandchildren and 16 Great grandchildren
The sheriff’s office may have solved one of the two stranger danger cases.
Granbury’s Parks Board this week approved the Granbury school district’s request for a historical marker at Lambert Branch Park in recognition of an African American school that was once near that site.
Dawn breaks over Rough Creek Park Wednesday — turning the sky a muted purple. The rain came an hour later just as Cooper Mangold and his year-old Australian Sheepdog Ziva left the park. Cooper, who builds metal buildings in Granbury, said he takes advantage of the impending weather to take his dog to the park. He said he comes to the park “every once in a while when I’m not working and it’s fixing to rain. When it’s fixing to rain we’re not working.” He goes to Rough Creek Park because, he said, “I have to come to town for breakfast anyway.” The National Weather Service is forecasting cooler temperatures into the new week, with a high of 84 Tuesday. DAVID MONTESINO
Officials with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) participated Thursday night in a virtual public meeting with citizens who are protesting the city’s planned new wastewater treatment plant.
Undefeated Boyd Yellow Jackets beat the Tolar Rattlers 41-0 in Tolar's first home game of the season, Friday.
Boyd improved to 3-0 while Tolar slipped to 0-3.
SH 171 is scheduled to close from Friday at 7 p.m. to Saturday at 6 a.m.
The Commissioners Court has agreed to repair the roof at the taxpayer-funded county recreation center, with the bill for the $5,000 deductible being sent to the YMCA.
Join us as we remember the many brave and selfless acts of military and police servants, firefighters, flight attendants, co-workers, passers-by and volunteers who proved that Americans are generou
Granbury ISD Students who want to move from Face-to-Face to Virtual learning or from Virtual to Face-to-Face learning for the second grading period must do so by Friday, according to GISD.
The woman who reportedly tried to lure two young boys into her vehicle is innocent, according to the sheriff's office.
Teams from the city and Visit Granbury will hand out free “brandanas” Friday and Saturday as part of the “#IWearAMaskBecause...” campaign.
Dawn breaks over Rough Creek Park Wednesday, Sept. 9 — turning the sky a muted purple — and the National Weather Service has showers and thunderstorms in its forecast.
Some applications to vote by mail in the Nov. 3 Genera Election are being rejected because applicants fail to folow guidelines or they state COVID-19 as their reason fo not turning out at the polls, according to Hood County’s new elections administrator Michele Carew.
EARLY – Week 2 of the Tolar High School football season found the Rattlers again on the road for anothe extended drive to Early ISD, just outside of Brownwood.
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Granbury High School and Acton Middle School student councils earned sweepstakes honors from the Texas Association of Student Councils for the 2019-20 school year.