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The Granbury ISD school board held its first town hall-style meeting, allowing members of the public to speak on any topic of their choosing, followed by discussion directly with the board Feb. 26.

Andrea Taylor is adding some color to Hood County — one brushstroke at a time. As the owner and operator of Against the Grain Studio, Taylor utilizes her artistic talents to create seasonal artwork and logos on business windows in Granbury, Acton, Stephenville and even Decatur.

A local dog named Bedford is working toward becoming an asset for the Granbury community one visit at a time.

The election results are in for the March 5 primaries and Hood County voters expressed their confidence in many current office holders.

Hood County residents should be on their toes as the rise in temperatures will likely lead to more snakes being out and about within the community.

Granbury ISD announced the appointment and promotion of Julie Rohleder as the new principal of Granbury Middle School. Rohleder has served as the principal of Nettie Baccus Elementary since 2020.

The Hood County Commissioners Court unanimously voted to allow Texas State Rep. Shelby Slawson to use the office on the third floor of the Historical Courthouse without charge, during a regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, Feb. 27.

The Hood County Commissioners Court approved the installation of four new stop signs in Comanche Cove during a regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, Feb. 27.

March is National Nutrition Month®— an annual campaign created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics where everyone is invited to learn more about making informed food choices, developing healthful eating and increasing physical activity habits.

Two Granbury Independent School District Unified Robotics teams qualified for the state championship during the Special Olympics Texas Winter Games held in Bee Cave Feb. 16.

On March 2, 1836 — 188 years ago — Texas gained its independence from Mexico and adopted the Texas Declaration of Independence. This day is now celebrated annually across the state and serves as a day of remembrance and a day of education. In Granbury, the celebration will take place beginning at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 2, in the jury room on the second floor of the Granbury Courthouse on the Granbury square.

Visit Granbury recently announced its plans to celebrate the total solar eclipse that will take place Monday, April 8.

Granbury area residents have lots of reasons to be encouraged by the performance of the Granbury Volunteer Fire Department, according to the annual review presented by Fire Chief Matt Hohon during the Granbury City Council meeting Feb. 20.

Childcare options have expanded for the town of Tolar with the Feb. 5 opening of Tolar Tots.

A fifth grader at Tolar Elementary School was named a student hero by the Texas Education Agency for District 11. Cameron Taylor was one of 15 students across the state of Texas to receive the prestigious award and the first from Tolar ISD.

During a regularly scheduled school board meeting Feb. 12, Assistant Superintendent Tammy Clark presented the district’s academic performance report, which shows much success across the board.

On Feb. 17, Granbury Middle School was named a “School to Watch” in Texas. The distinction comes from the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals.

The Granbury Police Department is now accepting applications for the 2024 Citizens Police Academy program beginning Thursday, March 21.

The Granbury Police Department is investigating an incident after a Decatur resident died while in police custody on Friday, Feb. 23.   According to a media release from the GPD, at …

Shirley Anderson always made an impression with her stylish grace and dainty face. Her holiday dishes were legendary, including her Black Forest Cake topped with Merlot-marinated cherries. She …

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