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Racism

Racism

We don’t see racism here; everyone here is so nice. Why do people have to bring skin color into it? Can’t we all just get along? We’re all human. I don’t see color. What about reverse racism?

Smile, you’re on camera

Smile, you’re on camera

Members of the Granbury Class of 2020, including (from left) Leah D’Souza, Neesa McGuire and Delaney Dawson, were in the spotlight at the senior parade Wednesday evening. Parents and well-wishers lined the parade route along Crossland Road with cameras in hand. Seniors passed by in decorated vehicles, peering out of sunroofs and in trailers pulled by pickups. Some displayed paraphernalia from colleges they will be attending, and many shot video of the parade from their perspective. The parade was organized by Susie Makens to honor the class of 2020 since several senior class activities were canceled due to precautions for COVID-19.

Making an abuser

Making an abuser

Beaten to death; molested; deprived of food; tortured – when reading about violence against children, an inevitable question arises: What makes a person do this to a child?

$10,000 winner

$10,000 winner

Kristen Babiash (center), a graduating senior at Granbury High School, was the winner of a $10,000 scholarship sponsored by Tom and Susan Durant through the Granbury ISD Education Foundation. Babiash is pictured with (from left) father Kevin, brother Konner, mother Lynette, and GEF board members Stacy Mitchell, Sara Galvan and Jeremy Glenn.

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