The southbound lane of State Highway 144 from the Hood County line north to County Road 302 will be closed as needed Monday, June 15 to Thursday, June 18 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for roadwork.
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The Granbury chamber is giving free vendor booths to local vendors for the July 4th celebration that will take place on the square Friday and Saturday, July 3-4.
Hood County has nine active cases of COVID-19, up three since Tuesday, according to the most recent update provided by Hood County Public Health Authority Dr. David Blocker.
County Judge Ron Massingill said that, thanks to the county's low number of COVID-19 cases, local businesses will be allowed to open at 100% at one minute past midnight tonight (effectively, Friday
Precinct 1 Commissioner James Deaver said late Wednesday that the Hood County Republican Party is misrepresenting a resolution adopted by the Commissioners Court on Tuesday declaring that "all indi
The Great Race has been rescheduled for August. The race features classic cars and begins in San Antonio Saturday, Aug. 22.
High wind and low humidity reignited a brush fire Wednesday afternoon off Bolton Road north of Granbury.
It's official: The chamber's 4th of July parade and festival is back on but on a smaller scale. The events had been canceled in May due to COVID-19, but the chamber reconsidered.
Leonard Scott, 56, passed away on Sunday; June 7, 2020 in Granbury.
Ruby Laverne Cardwell, 86, of Tolar went to be with our Lord on June 7, 2020 in Granbury.
Daniel Brodhead, 85, went to be with the Lord Friday, June 5, 2020.
We are living in an era of unprecedented health with modern medicines. Almost none of us can remember a time when antibiotics were not available. Penicillin was discovered in 1928. Many can remember taking the Polio vaccine. Few know of friends who actually contracted the deadly disease.
During the stress of the pandemic a group of pickleball players built two benches for the Acton Middle School tennis courts.
Tri-County Electric Cooperative awarded scholarships to high school seniors whose parents or legal guardians are active co-op memberowners.
Artist Ginny Knight (left) of the Blevins Studio received help from another local artist, Reagan Deming (right), when she began work last week on a ceiling-to-floor, wall-to-wall mural for the children’s room at the Hood Country Library. Assistant Library Director Diana “Cookie” Haun said Monday that the mural is just a few minor touches away from being finished.
Warm lakes and rivers are suitable for the spread of an uncommon but usually fatal illness that can occur when water is forced up your nose.
The Granbury Theatre Academy is offering two “Seussical JR” summer camps at the Granbury Opera House during the month of July.
Smiling from ear-toear, J.D. Finlay waved and greeted parade participants as they passed by his home last week to honor his 92nd birthday.
THURSDAY, JUNE 11
The Granbury Bridge Club seeks community participation as it joins the “The Longest Day” campaign to benefit Alzheimer’s Association.
With a lot of community help, Mission Granbury has assembled and delivered 6,500 weekend food bags for kids since the middle of March.
The city of Granbury will have a Bulk Trash Clean-Up Day on Saturday.
The sheriff’s office continues to investigate the death of a 32-year-old man whose body was found in the middle of a road Thursday night, an apparent victim of a hit-andrun.
The driver of this Jeep escaped serious injuries in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 377 across from McDonald’s Monday afternoon, police said. The area is considered dangerous because of heavy traffic and numerous entrances and exits.