Gloria Lee Hood is a Granbury artist and publisher for The Eyes of Texas Fine Art Gallery art magazine.
Dr. Don Newbury is a longtime public speaker and former university president who writes weekly.
The number of building permits issued by the city of Granbury for the month of December showed marked growth from the same time the year before — just as had been the case for almost every month in 2020.
Teresa Houston is a retired Granbuty ISD teacher and a food and cooking aficionado.
Phyllis Webster earned a degree in journalism before embarking on a long career in public relations and marketing. A Granbury resident since 1998, she has been deeply involved in the community. She is an awardwinning writer and photographer, as well as a Master Gardener. She has authored Garden Patch since 2001.
Granbury has many majestic older trees in public spaces, such as along the walking trail in Shanley Park downtown. COURTESY OF PHYLLIS WEBSTER
The Granbury Masonic Lodge #392 recently gave back to the Hood County Sheriff’s Department and to the local community by doing two acts of service.
Carol Goodman Heizer is an author who recently moved to Hood County from Louisville, Kentucky. She has had short stories and articles published in six editions of “Chicken Soup for the Soul” books.
TO HELP FUND YOUR MISSION: Representatives from the Paluxy River Children’s Advocacy Center received a $6,000 check on stage at The Voice of Granbury last week. Funds came from the Kiwanis Club of Lake Granbury, $3,500; Lake Granbury Kiwanis Foundation, $1,500; and Kiwanians David and Claudia Southern, $1,000.The CAC works to promote healing of child abuse victims one child at a time. From left are Kiwanis Past President Claudia Southern, CAC Community Education Coordinator Traci Cooper, CAC Executive Director Margaret Cohenour, Kiwanis Vice President Matt Mills and Kiwanis President Paige Hopkins. DEBBIE SCHNEIDER I HOOD COUNTY NEWS
The following was published in the Friday, March 23, 1934 issue of The Granbury News.
Sam Houston is the publisher of the Hood County News. He is also an actor, author, playwright, performer and entertainment producer/promoter.
The public is invited to participate in workshops where they can test two companies’ voting machines and ask questions of company representatives.
A Hood County jury sentenced a 29-year-old Arrowhead Shores man to 14 years in prison for possession of methamphetamine.
While Brayton Mitchell came out on top during The Voice of Granbury competition Thursday night, he wasn’t the only winner.
Andrew Taylor finds peace on a slender metal pier, roughly a hundred feet above the DeCordova Dam.
Richard Anthony Metten is in deep trouble with the law.
Hood County Judge Ron Massingill signed an administrative order on Jan. 14, allowing unsworn dedarations to be used in place of a written sworn declaration, verification, certification, oath or affidavit that is required in a small estate affidavit.
If you’ve been contributing for many years to your 401(k) or similar retirement plan, it may be your largest pool of money.
Elevate Realty Group has recently moved to a new location at 5353 Acton Highway due to the continuous growth in the company.
The Pecan Plantation Volunteer Fire Department/Emergency Medical Service Auxiliary has exciting news to share.
I recently used the term HELOC while visiting with a client and he replied, “I don’t speak REALTOR, please explain in English.”
What is it about snow that brings out the inner “child” in people? As all of us locals know, this past week we had a “blizzard” by Hood County standards.
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Firefighters from DCBE/ Acton honored top performers last month during a Christmas celebration at the DeCordova Bend Estates Country Club.
Bill Walters had a very surprising career “ah-ha” moment at age 19, shortly after taking a job at the Southwest Dog Academy in Houston in 1970.