For years, Pastor Larry Dickson, who came up with the idea for a Christ-centered Christmas parade in 1991, served as an announcer at the annual event.
For years, Pastor Larry Dickson and community volunteer Julia Pannell were driven to make the annual Country Christmas Night of Lights Parade the best it could be.
Granbury Middle School student
Bennett wrote the winning essay for the Veterans Day contest in Granbury.
LOOK AT IT THIS WAY
■ Donald K. Alderman, 58, Granbury, assault family/house member impede breathing.
If there is a season that provides North Central Texas its most pleasant weather, it is most likely fall.
The county will soon be expanding the popular Citizen’s Collection Station.
The city of Granbury’s bucket truck lifts city employee Donny Kimmell to the top of the candy-themed Christmas tree on the southwest corner of the square.
The Commissioners Court voted unanimously at its regular meeting Tuesday on five appointments to the Library Advisory Board (LAB) for 2019.
Granbury City Manager Chris Coffman managed to work for a few hours each day this week despite still being in pain from serious injuries he sustained in a motorcycle accident last month.
For the third consecutive year, a free Thanksgiving meal will be served at the Granbury Reunion Grounds.
Thanksgiving is Thursday.
“Oh, it’s a long, long time From May to December And the days grow short When you reach September.” -- September Song
John Crain credits his dogs for saving his life.
SAD SIGHT: John and Britney Crain lost their two-story home to fi re Wednesday morning.
It was the 100th anniversary for the end of World War I as Veterans Day programs were held across the nation. In Granbury, the Veterans Day program was Saturday morning
Members of the Hood County Retired School Personnel are contributing to the community. They help with the school’s clothes closet, they give scholarships and mentor students. Above left: Judy Hall
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 14 KIWANIS WELCOME Leadership Granbury, noon, Farina’s on the Granbury square. HOLIDAY MARKET with 15+ vendors with holiday/Christmas gift items and more, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m., Harbor Lakes
We could say, God could stop the devil if he wanted to. That means the devil only does what God allows Him to do. That’s a religious tradition that will
The Granbury Lions Club float is a staple in Granbury parades, like the Veterans Day Parade on the square Saturday. The Lions Club provides eyeglasses for children and accepts used
FORWARD TRAINING CENTER Volunteers needed to assist with administrative tasks, the business partner team, grant writing, graduate follow-up, meal coordinator, prayer team, instructors, mentors and more. Call 817-573-6677. FOOD PANTRIES
North Central Texas Academy won its last game of the season Friday to qualify for the Texas Association of Parochial and Private Schools Six-Man Division II playoffs. NCTA beat Longview
The Granbury High School student council raised nearly $1,000 for The Cure Starts Now, a charitable organization dedicated to pediatric brain cancer research. Pictured are the GHS student council members
Nine students from Gran-bury Middle School and Acton Middle School made the All-Region Band through tryouts at Saginaw Chisholm Trail and Aledo High Schools last week. Several hundred students in