A rainy Memorial Day is forecast - a 70 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. It's expected to be cool too - highs in the upper 70s.
A parade to honor Tolar High School's graduating seniors will take place from 7-8 p.m. Friday. Social distancing will be maintained.
Anyone who wants to be a delegate to the Republican state convention should bring a delegate application to the local convention, or email an application ahead of time to the local party headquarte
Premier HIgh School's virtual graduation will be shown at the Brazos Drive-in Thursday, May 28 starting at 9 p.m.
Hood County Republicans will hold their county convention from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 13 at Brazos Covenant Ministries, 1950 Acton Hwy, according to Party Chair David Fischer.
Located at 550 N. Travis St., Memorial Lane Park will be open to visitors with flags at half staff, patriotic music and memorial wreaths from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday. A special video presentation is available for viewing at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0aRwWToX60&feature=youtu.be. The video is produced by Granbury Multimedia.
If the financial markets performed smoothly and predictably, year in and year out, any adjustments you make would likely be more modest. But, as you know, and as we’ve all been reminded the last several months, the markets are neither smooth nor predictable.
Game wardens were checking fishermen along the Brazos River below Lake Granbury on May 8 when they located a group fishing in a secluded area of the river. The group was in possession of 105 undersized striped and sand bass, according to the game wardens. All were issued citations, and their equipment was seized. The fish were donated to a needy family in the area.
Keeping track of your fishing trips can pay off on future trips.
Gov. Greg Abbott has extended early voting hours for the Tuesday, July 14 primary runoff election.
A parade to honor Tolar High School’s 55 graduating seniors will be broadcast on Facebook Live as well as on 95.5 K-Hits.
A baby and two adults escaped serious injuries in a two-vehicle wreck Wednesday afternoon on Highway 377 east of Tolar, according to reports at the scene. The crash may have been caused by the driver of the other vehicle falling asleep at the wheel.
The Granbury Live Jam returns Thursday evening, May 28 at Celebration Hall on the square, organizer and musician Gary “Gator” Millhollon announced.
In 2018, Scott Brooks had just returned to work as publisher of the Waxahachie Daily Light following hip surgery when he got word that owner GateHouse Media was going to eliminate publisher positions at its newspapers.
Granbury Optimist Club honored several Granbury High School seniors as Young Texans and Tex- Annes at the club breakfast on May 12 at Granbury City Hall.
U.S. District Judge Fred Biery on Tuesday granted a preliminary injunction allowing anyone in Texas who wants to vote by mail during the coronavirus pandemic to qualify for a mail-in ballot.
A Granbury used car dealer and his son turned themselves in after warrants were issued for their arrest in connection with a shooting in January.
News that the chamber is canceling the parade and festival portion of its Old Fashioned July 4th event went over like a dud firecracker, even though the Fireworks Spectacular over the lake is still on.
FIELD of Flags, 3602 Highway 377, open to the public through Monday, Memorial Day.
The expansive Field of Flags display each Memorial Day weekend moves many to tears. Returning for its ninth year, the display to honor those who serve is on Highway 377, next to Taco Casa.
On Tuesday the school board is expected to name principals to lead Baccus Elementary and Acton Middle School. They will succeed Baccus principal Robert Herrera and AMS principal Jimmy Dawson.
Dancing in the street, specifically Bridge Street, is planned Saturday night, May 23.
Those who are interested in the runoffs for two county commissioner seats and District 60 state representative should mark their calendars for Thursday, June 25.
These American flags line the lakefront as a reminder of Memorial Day.
The Granbury City Council voted this week for Enprotec/Hibbs & Todd, Inc.