In light of Americana politics, it is time we examine our core beliefs and practices.
I will be 94 years old in April. I am a veteran of World War II with an honorable discharge.
Six Granbury High School Lady Pirates are advancing to the Class 5A regional power lifting competition, which is set for March 6 in Elgin. Pictured, from left, are team members Anne Barnes,Viviana Sandoval, Madison Purvis and May London. Not pictured are Brittany Proctor and Holly Hodges. COURTESY SONNY GALINDO
RATTLER AWARDS: Tolar ISD Board Vice President Justin Deaver presented one of the monthly Diamondback Rattler Awards to Child Nutrition Director Debbie Riale. COURTESY TOLAR ISD
As if 2020 wasn’t challenging enough for our veterans, the deep freeze last week added another layer of crazy to the mix.
The following historical information was published in a newsletter of the Hood County Historical/ Genealogical Society.
Do you remember what it was like to hold that newborn baby in your arms? Do you remember all the dreams you had about that child?
With ice and snow melted, spring is around the corner, and growing season is upon Pecan Plantation.
The Iron Maidens Sisterhood is driving a food collection for the Lipan Community Food Pantry.
In a story you will only read in the Hood County News, researchers in DeCordova have new insight as to why dogs howl at sirens from emergency vehicles. A previous theory purported that sirens dosely resemble a wolf howl, and the dog believes he is calling his pack.
Every time I sit down to write my monthly article, I struggle with the beginning. Once I get going, I do pretty well. I guess it’s writer’s block. So, I have decided to always start with a book quote.
The Better Business Bureau is offering consumer tips as Texans come out of the deep freeze.
0 ne misconception we hear at Animal Control in regard to allowing pets to be unrestrained and running loose is, “My dog doesn’t have to be restrained because I live in the country.”
e had a visitor to City Hall the other day and we were talking about the kickoff event at the Historic Cresson School set for today (Saturday, Feb. 27) from 2 to 4 in the afternoon.
United Cooperative Services’ Board of Directors voted on Tuesday to approve relief measures to help the electric cooperative’s membership cope with challenges resulting from the Feb. 15-19 winter storm event in which the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) mandated utilities to conduct controlled, rolling outages.
The 2021 Granbury Unity Fest, featuring dynamic musical performers and guest speakers to cap off Black History Month, will be held Sunday, Feb. 28 at Granbury Baptist Church, 1200 Weatherford Highway. It’s free of charge, and open to everyone.
Cory was a young man who loved horses. Not hard to understand when you realize his grandfather and dad had been showing, riding, and training horses for a combined 60 years!
Firefighters responded to a suspicious vacant house fire last Saturday morning at the corner of South Hannaford and Peach streets in Granbury. Items in the house appear to be missing, police said. Popping sounds were heard before the fire was reported. COURTESY OF GARY BURKE
Two people tried to smuggle methamphetamine to a jail inmate, authorities said.
Jury duty scheduled for Monday (March 1) has been canceled, according to District Clerk Tonna Hitt.
The filing period for May elections is now closed.
A 35-year-old Tolar man with a history of domestic violence was sentenced to six and a half years in prison.
ast week’s “Wintergeddon” was definitely one for the record books, as it impacted travel for several days and caused many to cancel plans left and right due to the icy roads.
Taylor Calcote opened Granbury’s baseball season in style with a no-hitter against Abilene Cooper Thursday. Granbury won 10-0.
Granbury resident Karissa Mays is seeking item donations for a garage sale fundraiser to help fund her son’s stem cell medical treatment.