Sunday, September 24, 2023

The excitement and mystique of Friday Night Lights are literally woven into the fabric of life for most people throughout the State of Texas.

With over 2300 business entries in 139 categories, and a total of 46,884 votes cast, Best Of is a community event which people look forward to every year.

With September and August having many record-breaking temperatures the ERCOT grid reached its peak of energy usage and set an all-time unofficial demand record. On Aug. 10, the grid hit 85,435 …

During a regularly scheduled city council meeting on September 19, the council discussed Senate Bill 2038 that passed the senate in April and recently went into effect on September 1. The bill allows release of an area from a municipality’s extraterritorial jurisdiction also known as an ETJ, by petition or election to the city.

The Granbury Chamber of Commerce recognizes the significance of strong leadership in our community.  And in a world increasingly defined by collaboration and interdependence, effective team leadership is paramount. 

Hearts were heavy and filled with love during the Granbury Independent School District’s regularly scheduled board meeting on Sept. 18, when Acton Elementary School Principal Maggie Walton …

The Ralph H. Walton, Jr. Justice Center now proudly displays a portrait of its namesake, following the official unveiling of the painting created by local artist James Spurlock on Sept. 14.

A federal lawsuit involving Hood County Judge Ron Massingill and Hood County Republican Party Chair Steve Biggers has been “DISMISSED with prejudice,” according to an order by United States District Judge Mark T. Pittman on Sept. 8.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A public hearing will be held by the Granbury City Council at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday October 3, 2023 at Granbury City Hall, 116 W. Bridge St., …

Granbury residents Debbie Parcel and Jake Caraway are just two of about 50 community members who decided to step out in faith completely and organize their own church on Aug. 21, 2022, called Solid Rock Global Methodist Church.

The popular Taste of Granbury Whiskey & Wine event hosted by the Woman’s Wednesday Club of Granbury is returning for its fourth year on Thursday, Sept. 28, from 5-8 p.m. at La Bella Luna.

This year's Spooky Spectacle will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 23 and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 24, at the Lake Granbury Conference Center.

Jeff Law is coming back to Hood County to serve again after he was named the new Chief Appraiser for the Hood County Appraisal District on Sept. 7. Law is taking the place of Eddie Roe after his resignation in May.

At a regularly scheduled Granbury City Council meeting, the council voted to approve the 2024 fiscal budget set at $69 million with a passing of 4-1 that is set to start October 1 of 2023.

Tami Fleeger is the General Manager for Comfort Suites in Granbury and is also a recent member of Leadership Granbury.

U.S. Congressman TX-25 Roger Williams stopped by Granbury to connect with small business owners and talk about what he is doing to serve the state while working in Washington D.C.

The city of Granbury received designation from the Texas Commission on the Arts to be a Cultural District on Sept. 7. Granbury and Garland were both named cultural districts making 54 total cultural districts across the state.

In just one year, word has gotten out about the new inclusive entry guidelines for the Lake Granbury Art Association's Juried Fall Art Show, resulting in a 20% increase in submissions compared to last year.

The Hood County Commissioners Court voted to rescind the donation of two bronze statues during its regularly scheduled meeting on Sept. 12, following a final ruling from the Texas Historical …

The city of Granbury is no longer under mandatory water restrictions following the city’s implementation of a voluntary Stage 1 Water Conservation on Sept. 11.

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