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The Brazos River Authority at Lake Granbury. At 10:15 a.m. on June 7th, gates were opened for a total release of 21,320 cubic feet per second. Be alert for rising water conditions in the Brazos River. Communities along the Brazos River in Hood, Somervell, Johnson, Bosque and Hill Counties ma…

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After a months-long delay that caused the Granbury City Council to declare a moratorium on development, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) appears poised to green-light a second wastewater treatment plant to be located on the east side of town.

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The chamber will host a candidate forum ahead of the city of Granbury’s June 29 special election.

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Renowned painter and sculptor Mike Tabor retires from Granbury High School, where he taught art classes for 28 years.

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 Hood County Public Health Authority Dr. David Blocker on Wednesday issued a COVID-19 update in the wake of the latest guidelines from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Gov. Greg Abbott.

U.S. Rep. August Pfluger has hired Midland native Preston Howey to assist with key legislative issues.

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A second member of the city of Granbury's Planning and Zoning Commission has filed for the Place 5 seat on the City Council.

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Steven Vale, a member of the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission, filed Friday afternoon for the Place 5 seat on the Granbury City Council that has been vacated by Tony Mobly.

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A visiting judge has denied residents of Indian Harbor in Hood County, Texas an injunction against security gates that they say cause traffic backups and at times have forced them to call law enforcement because they were denied entry. 

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Longtime 355th District Judge Ralph Walton, who has presided on the bench in Hood County, Texas for 27 years, has announced that he will retire due to health issues.

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Granbury, Texas Mayor Nin Hulett's recent DWI arrest has been upped to a felony charge after police officials sorted out an out-of-state drunk driving charge from 1999, confirming two prior convictions.

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Lipan voters will decide a $9.43 million bond proposal Saturday to fund new classrooms and renovations.

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The Hood County, Texas COVID-19 vaccination hub will stop administering first doses of the Moderna vaccine this week in preparation for transitioning to single-dose Johnson & Johnson shots and a Thursdays-only operation.  

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The Hood County, Texas Commissioners Court is buying 44 automated external defibrillators (AEDs) - units that are used to aid those experiencing a heart attack - to place in county buildings and sheriff's vehicles.

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The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) may finally be ready to hit the gas on widening U.S. Hwy. 377, taking it from four lanes to six through the most congested part of Granbury, Texas.

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The Hood County COVID Vaccine Hub will offer extended hours Thursday evening (April 22) for those whose schedules make it difficult for them to get shots during normal business hours.

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The elections administrator in Hood County, Texas is in the spotlight as county leaders seek an attorney general opinion about election procedures.

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The trial of former Granbury, Texas City Councilman Gary Couch, charged with Boating While Intoxicated in an incident involving a death, is set to begin on Thursday, April 22.

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The City Council in Granbury, Texas has named Acton Middle School student Pete O'Carroll as its honorary council member for the month of April.

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Starting Tuesday, the Hood County Vaccination Hub will begin transitioning to a walk-in vaccination site for those needing their first dose of the two-dose Moderna vaccine. Walk-ins will be accepted from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Vaccinations are being given …

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 Brian Bondy, the Granbury chamber’s new president and CEO, has officially been initiated as a Hood County resident: he got stuck at the Cresson intersection waiting for a train to pass.

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Marcy Carter-Lovick, of Granbury, will serve as the State Regent of Texas following elections at the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) organization’s 122nd State Conference held in Austin. She is a member of the Elizabeth Crockett Chapter, National Society Daughters…

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Is Granbury too loud? City wants to know

As 355th District Court Judge Ralph Walton gears up to start jury trials again after an eight-month moratorium, the county’s maintenance department is working to modify his jury deliberation room to allow for social distancing.