The Community Calendar is a free listing in the Hood County News to inform readers of community programs, special meetings and nonprofi t events. The event should be open to
Makes: 4 servings Ingredients: 8 cups unsalted, unbuttered popped popcorn 1 1/2 cups grated Cheddar cheese 1/4 cup butter 1/2 tsp chili powder 1/4 tsp each garlic powder and paprika
Makes: 32 clusters Ingredients: 12 cups unsalted, unbuttered popped popcorn 4 cups mini marshmallows 2 tbsp butter or light olive oil 1/2 tsp salt 1 tbsp green food coloring 1/4
AMason jar full of popcorn kernels confused the little girl. “Grandma, come here,” she pleaded, pointing up to her grandmother’s pantry. “What is that?” “That’s popcorn,” Grandma answered. The girl
Makes: 12 cups Ingredients: 12 cups unsalted, unbuttered popped popcorn 1/3 cup chopped unsalted almonds, coarsely chopped 1/3 cup chopped unsalted cashews, coarsely chopped 1/3 cup chopped unsalted pecans, coarsely
Granbury ISD school board trustees are asking community members to complete a survey regarding the G2025 strategic planning initiative. The survey is open now through Friday, February 1, 2019, at
Granbury ISD elementary students received a visit from Professor Brainius last week. Professor Brainius’ show uses music and technology to teach science concepts, according to a press release from the
The Granbury High School theater department will put on Gilbert and Sullivan’s “Pirates of Penzance” this week. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. this Thursday at the GHS Bagby-McMahan Performing Arts
The Granbury City Council appointed a slate of volunteers to serve on the city’s various boards and commissions. Some of those appointed were incumbents who volunteered to serve another term.
The Granbury Volunteer Fire Department has bought two new personal watercraft thanks to a grant from the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation. The award of $23,616 funded two 2019 Yamaha
A contingent of Russians vising Dallas were given a royal tour after specifically requesting to spend a weekend in Granbury. They arrived at about mid-afternoon on a Friday earlier this
■ Laureasa Suzzanne Bryant, 25, Granbury, possession of controlled substance, penalty group one, over 1 gram and under 4 grams. ■ Shelly Dann Burtscher, 54, Granbury, manufacture/delivery of controlled substance,
A wonderful world of nature is right before our eyes ... if only we slow down and take a few moments to observe. That’s the message of Pecan Plantation wildlife
A 29-year-old man was sentenced to 50 years in prison after police found identifying information belonging to thousands of people. On Tuesday, Jan. 15, a Hood County jury found Oscar
A Hood County Sheriff's Office traffic stop near the county line in Cresson Thursday night resulted in three arrests on several drug charges.
A Hood County jury sentenced a 29-year-old man to 50 years in prison for possessing thousands of people's identifying information, authorities said. Oscar Tinajero had been living in hotels and had
Area federal employees who are hurting financially from the month-long partial government shutdown don't have to worry about their electricity being disconnected if they are customers of United Coo
The Granbury City Council has appointed the first members of the newly created Ethics Commission.
The Granbury Volunteer Fire Department has two new personal watercraft to use in swiftwater rescues and searches. A $23,616 grant from Firehouse Subs was used to buy the watercraft.
A 50-year-old man was sentenced to life in prison after two of his daughters testified that he sexually abused them.
It may not feel like spring now, but warmer weather is just around the corner.
Spring classes for the Granbury Theatre Academy will begin on Sunday, Jan. 27 and run through May 3. Acting and dance training is offered for adults and children alike.
Friends of Memorial Lane report the helmet on the military cross sculpture is missing from the statue dedicated to veterans at Memorial Lane Park.
Scott Squires turned heads in the first round of The Voice of Granbury with his rendition of “Cattle Call” by Eddie Arnold. He was turning hearts in the second round
Things took a surprising turn at Tuesday night’s regular meeting of the Granbury City Council, just before the council voted to adopt new water and sewer impact fee schedules that