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Man arrested

Man arrested

A man was escorted in handcuffs from this wrecked pickup truck Thursday afternoon just inside the Indian Harbor entrance south of Granbury. The man had been given a field sobriety test before he was handcuffed. The crash occurred at the corner of Apache Trail and Goliad Drive.


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Bringing home the bacon

Bringing home the bacon

Granbury Middle School special education teacher Nicole Jones has a co-worker who hogs her work space now that the coronavirus pandemic has her working from home. Jones’ pot-bellied pig Rudy likes to watch her prepare lesson plans. Some people who are now working from home may also have pot bellies, but the kind one gets from raiding the refrigerator. See other GISD employees and their pets. P.5.

BRA parks to close

Starting at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 9, all Brazos River Authority parks on Lake Granbury and other BRA reserviors will be temporarily closed to the public to slow the spread of COVID-19.




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