The body of a young woman who disappeared in Lake Granbury after being hit by a boat was found Tuesday morning.
Hood County Sheriff's Office Deputies arrested a Granbury woman Friday for allegedly possessing 729 grams of THC, 5.2 grams of mushrooms and over 37 ounces of marijuana during a drug investigation
Search teams Tuesday morning on Lake Granbury found the body of a young woman who was tubing and hit by a boat Saturday. The woman was identified as Chase Makenzie Coleman, 24, of Mabank.
Hood County Sheriff's Office Deputies reported responding to an assault in progress call Friday when a Tolar man allegedly assaulted his girlfriend during an argument.
A Granbury resident spat on a Hood County Sheriff's Deputy as he put her in his patrol car after arresting her on a charge of trespassing Friday, according to Lt.
Fifty-five new COVID-19 cases were reported since Sept. 17, with a 6.5 percent positive test rate, according to Hood County Public Health Authority Dr. David Blocker's latest update.
Granbury ISD reported three new positive COVID-19 cases last week, two students from Granbury High School and one staff member from STEAM Academy at Mambrino, making a total of five active cases.
SH 171 is scheduled to close 7 p.m.-6 a.m.
A boat hit a young woman tubing on Lake Granbury Saturday afternoon near DeCordova, Sheriff Roger Deeds said.
The sheriff’s office seeks the public’s help after a home and storage unit were burglarized recently.
More Granbury students are returning to the classroom as the number of COVID-19 cases drops.
A special account has been set up at First Financial Bank for Christy McKannan who recently lost her husband and father of her two teenage daughters, one who has MD.
LINDA MALLON, Retired MSG, US Army
Granbury volleyball rallied to defeated Joshua 23-25, 25-16, 25-19, 25-23 Tuesday.
The Lipan varsity girls cross country team placed second in Alvord Wednesday.
Tarleton State University in Stephenville will host two free outdoor Family Nights next month.
STARS Accelerated High School students and staff are continuing service at the community’s monthly food pantry. Distribution at the mobile food pantry is held on the first Friday of each month at Gran bury First United Methodist Church. Serving 300 families monthly, the community initiative is sponsored by several area churches, food pantries and other supporters. COURTESY OF GRANBURY ISD
Dove hunters in Hood County report “mixed results” as recent rains and early cold fronts pushed dove farther south. This late afternoo photo of a hunter was taken recently north of Granbury. Dove season in the county ends Nov. 1.n COURTESY OF JEREMY ENLOW
Reminders of approaching routine dental checkups are often met with audible groans from children and adults alike. Conversely, a local practice has beaten this reputation, bringing smiles to faces long before and after their visits.