shows have been canceled because of COVID-19 concerns, but the Hood County Livestock Raisers Association plans to host its annual show next week, with restrictions.The 66th Hood County Junior Livestock Show kicks off Tuesday morning in the Courts Cleveland Show Barn on the Granbury Reunion Grounds.
Four GHS players earned first-team all-district honors.
Marcia Kunkel, otherwise known as the “Kunkenator” or “that lady who can whistle really loud,” an-ment from teaching on Nov. 18.
Most of us cannot wait to place 2020 behind us.
A Rancho Brazos man allegedly pointed a gun at his wife and 3-year-old grandchild during an argument early Wednesday morning, Dec. 23.
While the historic Granbury Opera House remains closed during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are looking back at last year’s holiday presentation of “The Nutcracker.”
Granbury High School dual credit students will have paid tuition for the spring 2021 semester, according to a Dec. 18 announcement from Granbury ISD.
The one thing for sure in the outdoors is that you never know what to expect. Some days will be repeats, but there is all ways something new or different. I know I learn something new each time out. Each day is a new adventure.
The Men’s Golf Association of Pecan Plantation Country Club recently donated $10,325 for Toys for Tots of Hood County.
The 19 graduates who received their high school diplomas were: Abigail Grayson Allen, Alicia Marie Barber, Hailey Blake Bullock, Jason Daniel Casarez, Kaitlyn Marie Lee Derryberry, Alexis Hope Dotson, Akisa Tyrese Eagle Star, Hailey Michelle Hensley, Anastasia Renee Irish, Seth David Lutz, Macy Nicole McElyea, Angel Sky Mosco, Emily Margarete Paul, Lizet Rodriguez, Cody Lane Scarber, Chance Malcolm Thomas, David Alexander Vasquez, Elena Patricia Velazquez, and Christopher Dale Wimley.
DeCordova Bend Estates members have overwhelmingly voted to approve a significant renovation of their 1970s-era club facility. The renovation is expected to take 9-12 months at a cost of about $3 million.
Hood County has flipped the switch on Christmas. From Tolar to various neighborhoods in Granbury, we found some of the brightest and more enduring testaments to the Chritmas spirit.
While traditional Christmas trees, such as fir or spruce, do not thrive in North Texas soils, there are many native and introduced evergreens that look amazing during the holidays, particularly when decked with holiday lights! What’s more, they give landscapes year ‘round color, texture and form.
As we near the end of the 2020 year, Lipan displays Christmas spirit and has winter events. Student Council assists charity organizations, our bands present their concert, and the Hood County Stock Show is just around the corner.
Years ago when I sent out a call to all family members for recipes to compile into a book, my sweet mother sent more than 100 recipes to me that she wrote by hand, in cursive.
With Christmas quickly approaching and the stress of what the year 2020 has been for everyone, this is certainly a great time to talk about being grateful for what we have.
A Hood County sheriff’s deputy suffered a broken nose and hand when he was assaulted during an arrest, authorities said.
A 48-year-old Cresson pilot was killed in a smallplane crash.
Staff Sgt. Steve McCoy places a carnation in the Acton Cemeter as part of the Wreaths across America program. The annual event pays tribute to veterans and did not include a public program this year due to COVID-19 precautions. Volunteers, including McCoy and Linda Meyer (standing), visited veterans’ graves to say aloud their names and place remembrance wreaths sponsored by family members. McCoy is in the Army Reserve Color Guard and the Brazos Valley Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution.
Hard to imagine it is Christmas time. Where did the year go?
Teddy Bears are our truest friends. They hug when we’re lonely and comfort us in the dark. They love us when we’re unlovely and listen to us when we truly need a friend. They never criticize us or judge us. Even when they lose their stuffing, their gentle presence reassures us that some things in life will never change.
For 30 years, the Granbury Night of Lights Christmas Parade has been lighting up the square every Saturday after Thanksgiving, providing residents with music, candlelight, shops, food and good, holiday cheer.
The Transit System, Inc. on South Morgan Street near Brookshires will soon get a new parking lot courtesy of the city of Granbury, enabling it to be a park-and-ride facility.
A fire Tuesday morning in Sky Harbour destroyed a home, displacing the two men who lived there, according to Fire Marshal Jeff Young.