Jacob Russell Shaw has been sentenced to life in prison for the 2018 murder of Kimberly Lynn Harmony, which occurred at a residence on Peak Road in Hood County, according to a news release from District Attorney Ryan Sinclair.

With a considerable increase in the interest of robotics, Granbury High School is hosting not one, but two camps in July geared toward introducing incoming fourth through sixth-grade students to the technology of building and coding robots.

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Jacob Russell Shaw has been sentenced to life in prison for the 2018 murder of Kimberly Lynn Harmony, which occurred at a residence on Peak Road in Hood County, according to a news release from District Attorney Ryan Sinclair.

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According to Deputy Chief Cliff Andrews, the Granbury Police Department will not file third-degree felony charges against Cliff Criswell in relation to an incident at the June 13 Granbury School Board meeting due to failures by responding officers and Criswell's attorney advising him not to cooperate.

With a considerable increase in the interest of robotics, Granbury High School is hosting not one, but two camps in July geared toward introducing incoming fourth through sixth-grade students to the technology of building and coding robots.

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Brett Berry has taken over Warren's Backyard from his parents, Steve and Joni Berry, who ran it as a venue for weddings and other special events. Under Brett and his buddy Jeremy Newberry, the venue on Weatherford Highway is a casual gathering place for friends and family, offering smash bur…

Los Nares, located at 2200 E. U.S. Highway 377, is a traditional-style Mexican restaurant that has only been open since early April, but already the family-owned business has been flourishing in the community.

Pixie Rain Easley, a 16-year-old junior at Lakeside Baptist Academy, will be representing the town of Granbury in the Miss Texas Teen USA pageant in Houston from July 1-3.

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No outdoor burning is allowed, but fireworks are permissible even though Fire Marshal Jeff Young wishes otherwise.

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Retired 355th District Judge Ralph Walton, who presided over the county's case against Hood County Republican Party Chair Steve Biggers after District Judge Bryan Bufkin recused himself, on Monday gave Biggers until Aug. 1 to comply with the county's regulations for on-site septic systems.

 Granbury resident Douglas Lee Pruitt was arrested Sunday afternoon at his residence by Hood County Sheriff’s Office deputies on two misdemeanor charges stemming “from several complaints” … “from citizens who were concerned with the practices of Pruitt raising money for veterans and not fili…

The Granbury City Council has approved a 60-day test run of license plate cameras to be installed at three intersections in preparation for possibly purchasing cameras for use throughout the city. Images from the infrared cameras capture only license plates and are used to aid in investigations and alerts, such as those involving missing persons.

On Friday, July 1, longtime GISD employee Leah Dawson will take on a newly created position: district student services coordinator. Her primary role will be working with campus librarians to ensure adherence to a recently adopted policy pertaining to library books.  

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A small single-engine airplane with four people on board taking off Tuesday morning from Bourland Field in Cresson lost altitude and clipped a tree before the pilot managed to bring the Cessna P210 down with no major injuries sustained. The plane landed in a nearby pasture, Cresson Volunteer…

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The case involving the city of Granbury's proposed wastewater treatment plant on the East side of town, which has gone on for two years, enters the final stretch, but opponents aren't giving up. They still hope to convince commissioners with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality that the Old Granbury Road location is a bad idea.

A 41-year-old Granbury man was booked into the Hood County Jail on two felony charges after Granbury Police officers found methamphetamine “within reach” of two children in the vehicle during a traffic stop, according to Deputy Chief Cliff Andrews.

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Free summer lunches are now being served to children in Hood County, thanks to Granbury ISD’s Healthy Summer Meals for Kids program and Mission Granbury’s backpack bag initiative.