Monday, December 4, 2023

The Hood County Commissioners Court voted to modify its current rules of procedure, conduct and decorum during a regularly scheduled meeting on Oct. 24.

On the surface, being trapped in a room for an hour doesn’t exactly sound like a fun time, but for Narrow Escape Granbury, it’s all the rage for their customers.

The Hood County Fire Marshal’s Office has officially lifted the county-wide burn ban as of Wednesday, Oct. 25.

The Hood County Commissioners Court unanimously approved a resolution on Oct. 24 in support of the state of Israel and its citizens following the recent Hamas attack.

The Drug Enforcement Administration holds National Take Back Day biannually to remove unused or expired prescriptions from residents around the United States. Oct. 28 will mark the 25th Take Back Day.

Aspiring astronomers will get the chance to view the night sky like never before with the help of Acton Nature Center’s 10 th annual Star Party event set from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Nov. 11.

Granbury residents and retired teachers Jan Bergeman and Tracy Davis opened Willow Lane together, a home furnishing store with items to make “your home feel like a home.”

Hood County Sheriff's Office is warning residents to be wary when it comes to answering phone calls after they have received several call-ins from the community receiving scam calls.

Granbury City Council proclaimed October 2023 as Monarch Butterfly Migration Month during its regularly scheduled meeting on Oct. 17. Mayor Jim Jarratt read the proclamation, which explains that …

Following the results of the city’s computer network compromise this summer, Granbury City Council declared a catastrophe during a regularly scheduled meeting on Oct. 17.

Pastor Barry Robinson didn’t grow up in church. “About the only time I heard God’s name growing up, it was followed by a four-letter word.” Robinson is the new pastor of …

Three Hood County churches welcomed new — and unique — members to their congregations this month during pet blessing ceremonies.

Lake Granbury Medical Center officially broke ground last week in the construction of a new freestanding ER facility to be built on the corner of U.S. 377 and Fall Creek Highway.

The great Granbury cleanup is almost here, and the city is searching for volunteers to help keep Granbury clean.

For the first time ever, the Granbury Wine Society has been invited to host a Wine Stroll during the Harvest Moon Festival of the Arts on Saturday, Oct. 28 and Sunday, Oct. 29.

The Granbury ISD Board of Trustees took on the subject of school vouchers during its regular meeting Oct. 16. Following much discussion, the board approved a resolution distributed by the Texas Association of School Boards by a vote of 5-2, with Trustees Melanie Graft and Karen Lowery voting in opposition.

October is now Fentanyl Poisoning Awareness Month after Gov. Greg Abbott created and signed a proclamation for the month.

During a regularly scheduled meeting of the Granbury ISD board of trustees on Oct. 16, bullying concerns were voiced by many after one bullying instance was heard around the district.

While the city of Granbury continues to get back on track following a recent network outage and compromise, the city has made substantial progress involving utility billing.

Granbury City Council voted unanimously on Oct. 17 to award the East Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvement project to Gracon Construction, Inc., in the amount of $34,112,000.

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