The 120-day moratorium on development in the eastern portion of Granbury is now official after a unanimous vote by the City Council this week.
Lipan ISD teacher Callie Pack was selected by SONIC Drive-In as part of its annual Limeades for Learning fall voting campaign, to receive $600 for essential materials to create an engaging learning environment.
In the 1989 movie National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, Clark Griswold, played by Chevy Chase, strives for the perfect holiday only to have one thing after another go wrong.
Hood County Sheriff’s Office investigators are receiving inquiries from citizens who went for COVID-19 testing on the Kroger Marketplace parking lot Dec. 8-9.
The company that administered free COVID-19 tests in partnership with Hood County and the city of Granbury is under investigation. The Dec.
GLORIA LEE HOOD Gloria Lee Hood is a Granbury artist and publisher for The Eyes of Texas Fine Art Gallery art magazine.
The following is from an old news clip from 1902, courtesy of the Hood County Historical/Genealogical Society.
With the season of giving officially here, Luminant’s Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant and its employees recently brought some holiday cheer to Hood County residents in need. The team proudly donated $2,000 to support the Rancho Brazos Community Center food pantry and helped provide Thanksgiving meals for nearly 400 area residents. COURTESY
Until we can gather again, we remember last year’s Christmas parade on the square.
A local camp is providing a place for fatherless teens to come and learn about practical skills that they otherwise would not learn in their home.
At dusk, it is hard to resist the display of lights at Shanley Park, just off the Historic Granbury Square. Children inspect the forest of Christmas lights last week while their families take a stroll through the park. SEE PHOTOS FROM CHRISTMAS PAST, PAGE A5. MARY VINSON
Failing Granbury students and students participating in extracurricular activities will be required to attend school in person beginning in January.
The Goosebump Jump, intended to be an annual event to raise money for local organizations while also promoting the winter tourism season, has been put on ice for 2021.
Look for our special Christmas Greetings edition that will be delivered to homes Dec. 23. In it are the winners of our Ugly Sweater Contest, four pages of letters to Santa Claus, and the news and columns you have come to expect.
Though he’s not at the Granbury Santa House this year, Santa’s presence continues through the pandemic.
Lake Granbury Medical Center is not on the list of hospitals scheduled to receive doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in its first week of distribution, slated later this month.
21-year-old who has ties to Granbury made history n Saturday, Nov. 28, when she became the first woman to play in a “Power 5” game — the biggest and most popular conference in college football.
WHEELCHAIR RAMP: Thanks to the local chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) and the VFW, Army veteran and Hood County resident Gaylon Steel has a new wheelchair ramp at his home on Williamson Road. Funding for the materials were provided by the MOAA, and contruction costs were paid by the VFW. This is one of many projects sponsored by local veterans organizations. COURTESY
RECOGNITION: Rick Crownover, Granbury’s director of public works, received the Melvin Jones Fellowship award from Granbury Lions Club District Governor, Mary Alice Layland. The fellowship award is the highest form of recognition to those who are a model of exemplary service to both the club and to the community. The Gran bury Lions Club meets the first and third Tuesday of each month at noon at Spring Creek Barbeque. COURTESY JEFF NEDDERMAN
Holiday amalgamations of perfect timing, weather and caring souls that came together to help the nearly one dozen residents and staff of Waterview - The Point senior living center to decorate the trees in the median between Highway 377 and Pearl Street.