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.
Hood County has three new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total to 25, Hood County Public Health Authority Dr. David Blocker reported Wednesday evening.
Since COVID-19 is preventing gatherings of large groups, the Hood County Library will offer online events and challenges for kids through its "Imagine Your Story Summer Reading 2020" program.
During your retirement, you will likely need to withdraw from your investment portfolio to help pay for your living expenses. So, naturally, you’d rather not see the value of that portfolio declin
Missing the music? Granbury Live plans to reopen Saturday, June 6 featuring a tribute to legendary guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughn with the band Texas Flood.
As we celebrate Memorial Day this year, let us remember that it actually began as Decorations Day.
Will a smartwatch really keep you moving?
STEAM Academy at Mambrino was named a National School of Character by Character.org, a national advocate and leader for character.
Rifle team members of the Granbury Marine Corps JROTC took top honors as the 2020 JROTC All Service National Champions for the third year in a row.
In the midst of COVID-19 and shelter-in-place orders, many are using the extended time at home as an opportunity to bring a pet into their lives.
A 31-year-old man was stabbed in the shoulder during a disturbance in Canyon Creek, authorities said.
In a community that honors the military and first responders with a passion, Memorial Day weekend will be different in Granbury this year.
Terry Drennin, a resident of Lakestone Terrace Senior Living, and her caregiver Donna Powers enjoyed a parade on Thursday. It was organized by the senior living facility to boost spirits during the COVID-19 pandemic. Family members passed through the front of the senior living center in their vehicles, smiling and waving at the residents as they passed.
National Hospital Week has deeper meaning for Lake Granbury Medical Center’s team as we celebrate our staff and their work to provide safe, quality care for patients, for visitors and for employees.
We covered some big ideas in the last two installments. God has created and spoken. We were created to listen to God. “Who is God?” and “What are we?”are very important questions. How you answer these questions will determine the vast majority of your life down to how you spend the minutes of each day. I hope you’ve been thinking more about God and the reason you are here.
Running out of things to do with the kids as this never-ending spring break turns into summer?
As the Hood County Library begins inching toward normalcy by reopening with limited services, library staff are offering a new service: curbside photocopies.
Following a rainy Saturday, Lake Granbury was filled with boaters and water enthusiasts Sunday afternoon. This young man took a topple off his paddleboard near the Lake Granbury Conference Center. He was with a group of kayakers when he lost his balance and fell. He was back on the board after a quick rebound.
Those who are not registered to vote but want to participate in the July 14 primary runoff election have until Monday, June 15 to get squared away.
As a Christ-centered couple with a desire to serve others, Dr. David Blocker and his wife Tracey taught their three now-grown children to bloom where they are planted.
Save the tax on the purchase of certain water- and energy-efficient products Saturday through Monday, May 23-25.
The big screen will be coming back with a bang later this summer.
As real estate agents, we have been closely watching the real estate market in Hood County.
Memorial Day was created to honor those who died fighting for our country and our freedoms, but it has also come to be associated with the beginning of summer.