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.
Granbury High School senior Aubrey Kirby cuts homemade pasta dough for chicken fettuccine Alfredo. The COVID-19 pandemic has not stopped Granbury High School culinary students, who are back in the commercial kitchen as part of the Granbury ISD career and technical education program.
couple of years ago my friend Tom called and said he A was going to a private cooking lesson where he would learn how to make a unique bread and asked if I would like to accompany him.
Welcome to our new semimonthly arts column where we invite you to connect with the visual arts in Hood County and beyond. As an artist myself and publisher of “The Eyes of Texas Fine Art Gallery,” in print and online, I am ready to lead you to explore and enjoy an extraordinary art trail.
Traveling has enriched Dalton Faith’s young life.
Friends of Memorial Lane recently presented the firefighters flag in memory of Diana Jones, Cresson firefighter who lost her life fighting fires in California. The flag was flown at Jim Burks Firefighter Memorial Park, located at Memorial Lane, 550 N. Travis St., and presented to her family at the Cresson VFD station. The flag is presented to a deserving firefighter or a family member each year. From left: J.C. Campbell, Carrie Bellamy, Julia Pannell, Rachel and Ian Shelly - daughter-in-law and son of Jones, Mickey Allen, Bob Pannell, Connie LaClair, Faye Landham and Laura Fisher.
Michael Powell, a Granbury native who met his wife while singing in the high school talent show, was the top votegetter at Audition Night for The Voice of Granbury Friday night. The program is a fundraiser for Lake Granbury Kiwanis Club.
Sheriff’s office deputies responded to a disturbance Thursday morning on Arrowhead Drive northwest of Granbury.
It is with a great deal of excitement and pleasure I announce awardwinning photojournalist Mary Vinson has rejoined the staff of the Hood County News.
Isn’t it interesting as we go through life and meet so many people that some “first impression” encounters are spot on.
You do it twice, it is a repeat. You do it three times, it is a three-peat.
An emotional Pam Denton points her camera phone north as scores of firefighting vehicles, with lights flashing, made their way south to Granbury from Cresson. Flag-waving motorists stood on the side of Highway 377 — some saluting as the procession passed.
Tarleton State University’s young and energetic president has many goals, one that pushes the nearby 121-year-old university to the forefront of military colleges.
Realtor and Granbury High School graduate Paula McDonald will become a Granbury School Board member in November.
Granbury ISD reported the following changes to their athletic schedule:
- 9th Gold at Stephenville on Thurs., Oct. 1 will not begin at 6:30pm
A woman was arrested for allegedly threatening her 48-year-old husband and 17-year-old son with a knife during an argument, according to the Hood County Sheriff's Office.
Michael Powell, a Granbury native who met his wife while singing in the high school talent