The Brazos Chamber Orchestra presents its free Christmas concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Granbury First United Methodist Church, 301 Loop 567.
The Granbury Pirate and Lady Pirate swim teams competed at the Texas Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association North Texas meet in Lewisville last week.
The United Nations Association of the USA Granbury Chapter donated $200 to Nettie Baccus Elementary to help with funds for fi eld trips.
STEAM Academy at Mambrino students took part in an “Hour of Code” global event last week.
Oak Woods School second graders launched a banking project last week with the help of First National Bank of Granbury.
The Oak Woods School fifth-grade choir performed at the Gran-bury Chamber of Commerce’s annual “Leaders in Government” luncheon last week.
The Acton Elementary Pirates With A Purpose student group recently attended an evening meal at Babe’s Chicken Dinner House before attending a performance of “A Christmas Carol” at the Granbury Oper
Tolar Baptist Church is offering a Journey through Bethlehem Friday and Saturday.
More than 600 are expected to attend the Christmas Tour of Homes sponsored by the Pecan Plantation Woman’s Club on Thursday.
The Granbury Living Christmas Cards event, put on by Lakeside Baptist Church every two years, is this weekend.
■ David Albiso, 30, Gran-bury, possession of controlled substance, penalty group one, over 1 gram and under 4 grams.
A wanted man led an officer on a car chase in northern Hood County Monday morning before wrecking.
The Hood County Sheriff’s Office is looking for Kate Randelle Gilbreath, 20, who has a felony warrant for possession of a controlled substance.
The city of Granbury is accepting applications for boards and commissions that have terms expiring at the end of the year. The City Council will make selections in January.
For elected officials, serving the public isn’t always smooth sailing.
Seeing her daughter graduate from Granbury High School is something Sherry Hille might never have seen.
Granbury city officials haven’t increased water and wastewater impact fees in 15 years, even though state law recommends a review every five years.
For 68-year-old Mansfield resident Trich Zaitoon, forgetting a line while on stage, struggling to keep a cough in check while on stage, or dealing with a two-hour commute in order to appear onstage
The statewide campaign that the Gran-bury City Council unanimously agreed to participate in Tuesday night is called “Our Home, Our Decisions,” but it could more succinctly be called “Back Off.”
Students from the Acton and Gran-bury Middle School bands performed with the All-Region Band in a concert last weekend at Weatherford High School. Nine total students from GISD qualified for
Granbury High School’s speech and debate club may have fewer numbers this year than normal, but the talent is as good as ever. The club lost several seniors to graduation
Seven beautifully decorated homes will be featured at the Christmas Tour of Homes sponsored by the Pecan Plantation Woman’s Club on Thursday. The event includes holiday shopping, a brunch tour
A bronze relief (projecting from the wall) sculpture of University of Dallas founders Erik Jonsson, Eugene McDermott and Cecil Green was unveiled on campus during the recent Founders Day celebration.
Granbury - A Candlelight Tour continues from noon to 9 p.m. today, and will be held rain or shine. Tickets can be purchased at Red on the Square (also the
Ihad the honor of serving in Congress for 26 years with five presidents. This week America has honored the life and service to our country of George Herbert Walker Bush,