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
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 Muscular Dystrophy.
SH 171 is scheduled to reduce to one lane Thursday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
You won’t see any greeting cards celebrating it, and it’s not likely to be on you calendar, but in just a few weeks, National 401(k) Day will be observed.
A professional real estate agent in Granbury at Keller Williams DFW Metro SW Realty, Carri has lived in the Tolar area for 26 years. She loves spending time with her husband of 24 years and her three precious kids. She enjoys nature, animals and decorating.
Travis Stilwell graduated from Tarleton State University and is currently in his seventh year as the superintendent of Tolar ISD. Prior to becoming superintendent, he spent 15 years as a campus level administrator.
Bonnie and her husband JR have three children and an English bulldog named Milo.
New officers for the Granbury Woman’s Club recently were installed by Kathy Horak Smith, president of GFWC Texas Pioneer District. From left are Smith; Sherrie West, outgoing club president; Donna Engel, finance chair; Sally Kennemer, program chair; Earnestine Shugart, yearbook chair; and Dee Dee Ammons, president. The Club was organized in 1953 as the Junior Woman’s Club and joined the General Federation of Women’s Clubs in 1981. Meetings are held the second Thursday of each month, September through May at the Woman’s Wednesday Club House at 6 p.m. Call Ammons at 817-573-4205 for additional information.
Sheriff Roger Deeds began work as a Hood County deputy in 1998, served as volunteer fire marshal, and was named full-time fire marshal in 2003. He’s been sheriff for 12 years. With his guidance, the new emergency operations center opened in 2014. Deeds and his wife Shawn have been married 43 years, have one daughter and one grandson.
Granbury High School Homecoming Friday, Oct. 9 will look different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic and school safety protocols. Many of the usual events may not happen. Queen nominees are (front from left) Katelyn Jernigan, Hannah Branum, Gracie Nichols, Trinity Matthews and Maci Riddle. King nominees are (back from left) Raul Villegas, Cordel Gibson, Nate Franzmathes, McLain Golba and Blake Rodriquez. All are GHS seniors. Kickoff for the Granbury-Fort Worth South Hills football game is 7 p.m.