I have been sheltering in place since mid-March, only venturing out to the grocery store every two weeks or so.
I’ve been taking the Hood County News for about a year. I have seen the change in the newspaper since it was sold and new owners have taken over the news.
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There is gratitude for the many people we are blessed to have in our community that are instrumental in the Walk for Suicide Awareness.
As we all finish our Thanksgiving and begin the season of Advent many of us may be overly excited to bring the year 2020 to an end.
Mary and Joe Mullen were recently presented with a framed Air Force flag by the board members of Friends of Memorial Lane in Granbury, in appreciation for their service to both the country and the community.They both served in the Air Force, and are supporters of Memorial Lane. Mary has contributed hours of volunteer work, and contributed creative projects as well. The flag had flown at the military site at Memorial Lane from May2019 to May 2020. COURTESY
For the eighth year in a row, Faye Landham will display her 1,300 nativity scenes in Granbury from Dec. 4 through Dec. 13 at the Langdon Center Concert Hall located at 300 E. Bridge St.
A benefit will be Saturday evening for a woman who lost her home to fire.
Gloria Lee Hood is a Granbury artist and publisher for The Eyes of Texas Fine Art Gallery art magazine.
The Hood County Senior Center finished setting up its Senior Angel Tree on Nov. 23, decorated with 114 gift requests — the most the center has ever received.
A Tolar man was killed in a head-on collision on rainslick Highway 377 west of Granbury Saturday afternoon.
Sam Houston is the publisher of the Hood County News. He is also an actor, author, playwright, performer and entertainment producer/promoter.
Two men were arrested for armed robbery at a home in Granbury, police reported.
Those who have lived here awhile may have heard references now and then to an “outage” at the Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant in Glen Rose but had no idea what it meant.
In 1908 Granbury native Johnnie Mullins was breaking horses on the historic JAL Ranch in southeastern New Mexico when a new opportunity floated his way.
The city of Granbury is poised to flush any further development in the eastern portion of the city because its wastewater treatment infrastructure cannot handle additional flushing toilets there.
The beautiful fall weather continues through the weekend — clear with cooler temperatures in the 60s. DAVID MONTESINO
Jeannine Macon was “already at the bottom” (her words) when she arrived in Granbury in 1973 intent on taking a gamble.
the money, but you’ll have to pay taxes on it, and possibly penalties as well.
Like most women of her time, Mattie Landers Mangold was no stranger to pushing a broom.
Stop to enjoy the gorgeous sunrises next week as the forecast calls for sunny days and cooler temperatures. A sunrise captured along the railroad tracks in Granbury. DAVID MONTESINO
EricWatkins leisurely rolls down West Rucker Street in Granbury with his Husky Mowgli in tow. Watkins, sipping on an energy drink, was out on a cool Sunday morning. DAVID MONTESINO