When the newly-expanded Hood County Library reopens to the public weeks from now, it will have almost $93,000 in new furniture, thanks to a $50,000 grant from the Tocker Foundation and a donation f
A tip from a microchip helped solve a 5-year-old dog-napping case, paving the way for “Missy” to be reunited with her owners. Help from the Hood County community is needed,
The City Council wants to market Granbury as much as possible as a great place to retire, but isn’t yet sold on a state-run, pay-to-play program created for that purpose.
Jerry Althouse and Carol Boyd were married Sunday as part of the worship service at First Presbyterian Church. The Granbury couple is celebrating their wedding, and Valentine’s Day too, with
Premier High School of Granbury senior and up-and-coming singer-songwriter Mikayla Griffin has played on stages all around the United States, from Las Vegas to New Orleans. But her most impactful
Nettie Baccus and Brawner Intermediate students competed at a University Interscholastic Legaue A+ academic meet at Travis Elementary School in Mineral Wells earlier this semester. Award winners from Baccus included:
Granbury ISD schools will dismiss classes early on Friday, Feb. 15, which is the last day of the sixth weeks grading period. Early dismissal times are: 11:30 A.M. – elementary
Two more Hood County high school students caught calves during the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo’s calf scramble last week. Shelby Valadez and Julia Keys, both of Granbury FFA,
Tolar Junior High will send two teams to the Destination Imagination tournament on Feb. 23. The event, known as DI, is an educational program that challenges teams to solve one
Oak Woods School will present “Willy Wonka KIDS” on Feb. 28. The play will be performed by the fourth and fifth grade students at Oak Woods. The musical will tell
The Granbury High School Marine Corps JROTC air rifle team won the Marine Corps Service Championship in Phoenix, AZ, last weekend. Granbury won by 98 points over El Dorado High
Connect Hearing is partnering with Phonak, the world-leading hearing aid manufacturer, to evaluate their bold claims about the new Phonak Audéo™ Marvel hearing aids in a major national Consumer Study
Ever yearn for the taste of homegrown vegetables but feel overwhelmed at the prospect of growing them yourself? Attend a two-hour “vegetable boot camp” and leave feeling ready to dig
Daffodils have started blooming in Hood County, including these beauties in Pecan Plantation. With the right care, daffodils will bloom for years and can hold up well against rain, sun
February is the month to tend to shrub roses. Unfortunately, a malady that affects roses has spread to Hood County. Called Rose Rosette Disease (RRD), it’s wreaked havoc in the
■ James Joseph Foley IV, 35, Granbury, manufacture/delivery of controlled substance, penalty group one, over 4 grams and under 200 grams. ■ Edgar Omar Hernandez, 23, Dublin, possession of controlled
The Hood County Sheriff’s Office is looking for Sheila Meagan Pullen, 28, who has an arrest warrant for possession of a controlled substance. Pullen’s address is listed in the 900
■ Carlos Aguirre-Moreno, 20, Dallas, possession of controlled substance, penalty group two, under 1 gram. ■ Victor Aguirre, 20, Hutchins, possession of controlled substance, penalty group two, under 1 gram.
Hood County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the 800 block of Pawnee Trail in Indian Harbor Friday morning in reference to a disturbance. Deputies discovered that Joseph Wayne Richt, 45,
Registration is already underway for the YMCA of Hood County’s summer day camps. Two weekly camps for two different age groups will be offered. Each camp will feature theme-based activities
“Population Characteristics” is included in the fourth-quarter economic report published by the Granbury Chamber of Commerce. The study was conducted by the Workforce Solutions for North Central Texas. The full
Try a little kindness ... it could go a long way. That’s the message Oak Woods School is sending. Others are recognizing Oak Woods’ simple but effective words to live
The Granbury Optimist Club honored Granbury High School seniors Clayton Jones and Yari Press as Young Texans of the month.
All ages are welcome at the Hood County Senior Center's Two-Steppin' Thursdays dance events featuring a live country western band. The weekly event is from 7-9:30 p.m. Admission is $5.
Enjoy the flavor of homegrown vegetables?