A 35-year-old Tolar woman was arrested Tuesday night on felony drug charges.
A man allegedly kicked an 8-year-old girl in the mouth and assaulted her grandmother, according to the sheriff’s office.
Hood County native Myrlene Deering Holder celebrated her 100th birthday in a wheelchair in front of her Fort Worth home, smiling and waving as dozens of decorated cars slowly passed.
Obituaries are submitted online at obituaries.hcnews. com.
From your favorite taco to your trusted plumber, look inside the 56-page special section for the list of 225 winners in 112 categories of “The Best Of Hood County.”
Mandy Hayworth’s concerned about damage to her property, but something bothers her more: A fear of someone dying.
For those who have somehow managed to be nice all year, this bit of news might spur some naughty expletives: Santa’s House is canceled this year.
The Tolar Rattlers won their first game of the season, whipping Valley Mills 50-7 in Tolar's Homecoming Friday night.
Granbury throttled visiting Paschal 56-20 Friday night to open the COVID-19-delayed football season.
Princial Jeremy Ross announced Granbury High School Senior Jonathan Rositas was named a Commended Student in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program.
A man was arrested Tuesday for allegedly kicking an 8-year-old child in the mouth and assaulting her 52-year-old grandmother during a disturbance on Sept.
Tarleton State University is waiving their $50 undergraduate admission application fee for those who apply by Sunday, according to the Tarleton State Admissions Twitter page.
The Granbury ISD Board of Trustees named Danielle Parsons technology director Monday, after she worked as interim technology director for two months, according to Granbury ISD.
For some reason Granbury native Vicki Nivens has always identified with the screwball lead character in the beloved TV comedy series “I Love Lucy,” and her late husband Phillip viewed her that way as well.
Realtor and Granbury High School graduate Paula McDonald will become a Granbury School Board member in November.
OUT OF THE DUSTPIN
Have you ever watched the clouds as they were floating high above your head? Or viewing them through the window of the airplane in which you were traveling? Watching clouds on a lazy afternoon can be a relaxing pastime, it helps clear the mind and elevate the spirit. You will find great delight in watching the clouds with young children helping them count the many shapes their active imaginations can see.
Since its inception in 1974, tabletop roleplaying game Dungeons & Dragons has had a tumultuous history. Original players sometimes found themselves branded as losers at best and evil at worst. The misguided hysteria even spawned a cautionary film entitled “Mazes and Monsters” starring a young Tom Hanks.
As most of you are aware, not only our country but the whole globe, is experiencing a pandemic. Along with businesses and families, schools are affected by this virus too. Our personal school district of Lipan, Texas is undergoing its own situation with the world-wide impact of coronavirus.
The Granbury ISD Education Foundation recently received a $7,500 donation from the Granbury Optimist Club.
The Granbury Association of Realtors has been named a Texas Realtors Acts of Kindness Honoree as part of the Texas Realtors 100th anniversary celebration. This recognition honors individual Realtors, teams, brokerages and local Realtor associations that have gone above and beyond to improve the lives of people in the communities they serve.
Since mid-September, the monarchs have flocked to the Master Gardener’s Demonstration Garden behind Hood County Annex 1. On Saturday, Oct. 3, from
Bury it, and they will come.
Although Granbury Opera House sits dark with its stage empty and rehearsal spaces quiet, we can reflect on another time when the darkness felt like it was too much to bear.