Granbury Middle School will host their production of “Shrek Jr.” from Feb. 8-10. Performances will take place in the GMS cafeteria at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8 and Saturday, Feb.
Granbury High School English teacher Becky Latham was honored by Weatherford College’s Jack Harvey Academy of Exemplary Teachers last week. Latham is the reigning Secondary Teacher of the Year in
Character.org has named Acton Elementary School and Oak Woods School as State Schools of Character for 2019. Only 15 schools in Texas were honored, and 87 schools earned the designation
Rhaeann Goodson was misidentified in a picture from the Honoring Hood’s Heroes fundraiser last week. Goodson was pictured with Jeff Pickrel of G-Force and Taya Kyle, who was guest speaker.
The state is aggressively pursuing people who vote illegally. While few might see a problem with that, there is apparently a problem with information officials sent this week to some
THE Indian Harbor HOA board has notified members that if deed restrictions aren’t updated by a membership vote, the HOA could go bankrupt from lawsuits. IN December, the board settled
After recently settling a lawsuit, Indian Harbor’s board is scrambling to amend deed restrictions before other lawsuits can be filed that might bankrupt the homeowners association. The situation highlights a
The District Attorney's office is in need of a new assistant district attorney to fill the shoes of Megan Chalifoux, whose last day will be Feb. 15.
Expansion of the Hood County Library is nearing completion.
A Granbury woman died and two others seriously injured in a vehicle rollover on Mambrino Highway near the back gate of Pecan Plantation Wednesday night.
Mark your calendar for Saturday, April 13. That's when the Lake Granbury Master Gardeners will have their annual Spring Plant Sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
CVB Director Tammy Dooley, on the job three months, boarded the city's green trolley on Wednesday with her Visit Granbury and Lake Granbury Conference Center staff to tour six area hotels and bed a
It would have been super news for any restaurant owner anywhere in the country, but it was Rooster and Lori Beane, owners of Rooster’s BBQ in Cresson, whose phone rang
A Mambrino School first-grader unexpectedly died at home Thursday after surgery in Fort Worth, according to authorities. The school is mourning the loss of Otis English, 7, described as a
Popular Granbury businessman Dutch Wilkinson died Sunday night after celebrating his 80th birthday (Jan. 22) with a trip to Ruidosa, New Mexico. “Our daughter-in-law wanted to give him a big
A fundraiser for first responders Thursday night brought in more than $100,000, according to spokeswoman Julia Pannell. The funds will be used to join the Chisholm Trail 100, a nonprofit
Law officers’ treasure hunt paid off with the recovery of $10,000 worth of stolen silver, authorities said. Sheriff’s office investigators arrested Bobby Chad Turner, 59, of Sandy Beach, on a
We’ve reached the end of the month. I pray the Lord is revealing Himself to you in this New Year. We’ve spent the last month exploring tools to improve your
THURSDAY, JAN. 31 FREEZER CLUB presented by AgriLife Extension Services at 1410 W. Pearl St., begins at 5 p.m. Participants prepare three meals that are ready to cook or freeze.
Acton Middle School had 12 advanced band students receive gold medal honors in the Rising Star Youth Solo Competition. Students submitted video entries in December that were judged by Texas
The Lake Granbury Kiwanis club named several Hood County fourth and fifth graders as Super Citizens on Jan. 24 at the Granbury ISD Administration Building. Students were honored for their
Granbury High School students were recognized at the 2019 Fort Worth Star-Telegram Stock Show Art Show. GHS took home the “Best High School” award for their portfolio, which fit the
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) has released the 2017-18 School Report Cards. All three Hood County school districts – Granbury, Lipan and Tolar – received B’s. According to the TEA,
GRANBURY Granbury High School earned special designation in ELA (English Language Arts)/Reading. Acton Middle School received special designation in Science. Acton Elementary received special designation in Science and Comparative Closing
Current and former city officials attended an unveiling and ribbon cutting Monday afternoon of a plaque commemorating the Downtown Streetscape project. The plaque was placed on the south side of