The Granbury Theatre Company has canceled this weekend's performances of "Legally Blonde" after two staffers with the Granbury Theatre Academy tested positive for COVID-19.
COVID-19 testing for all Granbury school district employees will be conducted in late July so that all teachers and staff are aware of their status.
All Granbury school district students will receive free school supplies to start the school year, which will help with costs during the health and economic crisis.
An elderly Pecan Plantation woman died in a house fire early Thursday morning, according to the fire marshal's office.
Yes, there's only one word associated with today's weather: HOT! Stay hydrated, take plenty of breaks and wear sunscreen if you're outdoors.
Following the success of the Garth Brooks concert aired at the Brazos Drive-In and other drive-ins throughout the United States and Canada in late June, Encore Live is launching Encore Drive-In Nig
This is the second in a series about special Pastors who were part of the “Black Regiment” in the Revolutionary War. We remember them especially this July on the 244th anniversary of the American Declaration of Independence because according to the British army leaders, it was those Pastors in their black robes that caused the greatest army in the World to go down in defeat. It was accomplished by the preaching from their pulpits that motivated Christians to action and by their expertise at recruiting militia and regular army troops for service under General Washington. Some of them were themselves army officers who led their own church-folks into battle.
With temperatures soaring to 100 degrees Saturday, swimmers cool off Saturday at Granbury City Beach. The summer’s upon us. High temperatures this weekend and into next week are expected to top 100.
“Those things are ridiculous. I will not be wearing those.”
Charlotte Groves Kuykendall offers patriotic T-shirts for sale in one of the vendor booths on the Granbury square. Vendor and food booths were open Friday afternoon and Saturday for the 4th of July strollers.
This young lady was seen riding around the square with her family on Saturday, July 4. The family decorated their bikes with red, white and blue balloons, streamers and other decor.
Thursday and Friday are the final days to vote early for Tuesday’s primary election runoff.
Sisters Paesyn and Maebry Blankenship enjoy the 4th of July holiday. Paesyn got a big thrill out of her first fireworks show.
Four-year-old Lucas Jones enjoyed snow cones, shopping and playing on the courthouse lawn at the 4th of July celebration on the square Saturday. Here he eagerly walks towards the fire engine while proudly holding his Texas flag.
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A man was jailed after allegedly stabbing his brother in the leg.
The 4th of July fireworks extravaganza over Lake Granbury ended with the traditional grand finale after a lull in the middle of the show. Some spectators thought the show was over and began leaving, but it was only a glitch and the rockets ‘ red glare resumed.
The chamber of commerce was pleased with the new location of the July 4th fireworks show.
Hood County currently has 84 active COVID-19 cases, and four of those patients are hospitalized, according to the latest update issued by Hood County Public Health Authority Dr. David Blocker.
Somervell County’s Gypsy Hearts Market is coming to the Granbury Reunion Grounds Friday through Sunday.
A former Granbury woman sexually involved with a couple was strangled to death after their relationship soured, according to the arrest complaint.
There are perhaps differing opinions as to whether the dozens of decorated vehicles that drove down Pearl Street on Saturday were a parade, but maybe the most important thing was that the caravan wasn’t a public nuisance.
Though scaled back by chamber, city and county officials because of COVID-19, Granbury’s 4th of July celebration still drew a number of families to the courthouse square and fireworks show. Local vendors operated booths on the square Friday and Saturday, and the celebration was capped off with fireworks.
County Attorney Matt Mills isn’t being two-faced when it comes to ignoring Gov. Greg Abbott’s pandemic-related executive orders.
They may need to get used to it. If the governor's COVID-19 order remains, students and teachers will be required to wear masks in school buildings when classes return next month (Aug.