BOW WOW FUN Hood County Animal Lovers Organization (HALO) would like to thank the community for participating in our 10th Annual Bow Wow Trick or Treat (BWTT) festival at Hewlett
The votes are in, and most of the races have declared winners. 2018 has proven once again the wisdom of our founders in drafting the Constitution of the United States
Who’s boss? Chris Willis will be in a unique position when he takes his seat on the Gran-bury School Board. The 19-year-old Granbury High School senior will be the boss
Remi Chastain, student council president at Brawner Intermediate School, was named an honorary council member at the Nov. 6 Gran-bury City Council meeting. Chastain, who is 11 years old and
Granbury ISD is hosting a community reception for long-time board member Mickey Shearon, who is retiring after serving 18 years. The reception will take place before the board meeting at
STEAM Academy at Mambrino second grader Drew Jennings will represent Gran-bury ISD at the 18th Annual Texas Reading Bee Championship. Jennings squared off against winners from GISD campuses at the
Mission Granbury will host A Sharing Christmas at the agency’s Charity Gala, Thursday, Dec. 6 from 6-9 p.m. at Salon el Ranchito, 5704 W. Highway 377. The event is the
The city has hired a director for the new Convention and Visitors Bureau created last month by the Granbury City Council after it voted to stop funding Visit Granbury, Inc.
Over the past few years, the face of the Granbury City Council has changed. It changed again Tuesday night. Bruce Wadley, founder of Granbury Eye Care, will be sworn in
Republican County Clerk Katie Lang was overwhelmingly elected to a second term Tuesday. The die seemed cast even before ballots were tabulated from any of the county’s 10 Vote Centers.
Granbury High School senior Chris Willis was the victor Tuesday in the three-person race for the Place 3 seat on the Granbury School Board. The seat was held for 18
Both Republicans and Democrats took away victories this week from midterm elections that saw near-presidential turnout and portend even deeper disunion in an already deeply divided nation. Democrats picked up
Granbury High School choir director Jeremy Bowen introduced his girlfriend. He had big news. “I’d like you to meet my finance, Ashley,” he said. Bowen was beaming when he made
CHOIR LEADER: Jeremy Bowen leads the Granbury Middle School Advanced Choir in a 2017 concert. Bowen taught at GMS before moving to Granbury High School this year. He and his
Ray Reed (left) and Gary Millhollon “Gator” (right) kept the rhythm going Friday at Granbury Live on the square. The seasoned musicians played some old blues numbers along with current-day
Well, looks like all that rain that hit Hood County last month will, in fact, delay the opening of the expanded Hood County Library. There had been hopes that the
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has asked the city of Granbury to lower the speed limit on a portion of FM 167 (Temple Hall Highway). The agency wants to
The county has become part of the State of Texas Emergency Assistance Registry (STEAR), which is designed to provide help in times of emergency to those who need special assistance.
The Granbury Volunteer Fire Department is partnering with Hood County Christmas for Children this year “to give the children of Hood County the best possible Christmas,” according to organizer Tisha
BBQ on the Brazos, which left the Texaco Plaza in Cresson last summer due to a lease dispute, has finally reopened as of yesterday. Owners John Sanford and Kathryn Warren
In a presentation by George Buss, “President Lincoln” will discuss the reasons for the selection of Ulysses S. Grant as general-in-chief of the Union Army. The program will take place
The Hood County Sheriff’s Office is looking for Alisha Marie Pierce, 35, who has a felony warrant for endangering a child, a state jail felony. Pierce’s address is listed in
The Granbury school district received a report Friday that an individual representing themselves as a district transportation employee was in the Sky Harbour subdivision allegedly to provide rides for students.