Material for this article was pulled from Juana Cavasos Barnard’s autobiography, as told to her granddaughter Marie Tomassa Barnard, the Hood County Genealogical Society and the book “Juana: Spanish Girl in Central Texas” by Pearl Andrus.
The deadline to register to vote in the Nov. 3 General Election is Monday.
Good Samaritans may have saved a man’s life.
Granbury High School Librarian Tammy Jo Burns’ reviews on Amazon are as breathless as the steamy love scenes in her acclaimed historical romance novels.
Over the decades, many women in Hood County have contributed to its rich history.
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The Trojans (1-1) of Waco University High School handed the Granbury High School Pirates (1-1) its first defeat of the season in a 46-35 non-conference matchup at Waco ISD Stadium Friday night.
Monday is the last day to register to vote in the November 3, 2020 elections.
SH 171 is scheduled to close just east of Slocum Rd. from 7p.m. Saturday to 10a.m.
In the latest Cruz Around Granbury podcast, Kathy Cruz learns and laughs about the amusement park business with a man who spent his life in it, Carey Don Risinger.
The Granbury Optimist Club named Granbury Middle School Counselor Nova Dea Optimist of the Year at their annual banquet Tuesday for her commitment to the club and going above and beyond in her club
Good Samaritans pulled out a driver from a burning vehicle on Highway 377 in front of RaceTrac Wednesday afternoon. The vehicle caught fire after the driver rear-ended a pickup.
Tuesday volleyball scores
Arlington Martin defeats Granbury 25-13, 25-17, 25-13
Tolar defeats Evant 25-16, 25-13, 31-29
Messages from speakers Timothy Barton, E.W. Jackson, Bill Ledbetter and Bob McEwen are part of the “Unleashed” program from 6-10 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 8 at La Bella Luna, 7700 Glen Rose Highway.
Prayer! It’s the most life changing activity you have available. Prayer takes us into the realm of heaven. The difference that prayer CAN make in our lives or our circumstances cannot adequately be measured. Prayer touches the heart of God. He knows when our prayers are voiced in fear and pain. He knows when we whisper them in frustration or yes, even in anger. He knows the motive behind each prayer spoken or thought. It is in this place of prayer where we struggle with God and our relationship with Him becomes more intimate.
Danielle Parsons was named technology director the Granbury ISD, following board action.
People say that entrepreneurial businesses don’t fail unless the owner just quits. Well – quitting is not an option.
Mexico’s geologic regions include coastal, desert, mountain and plains. This diverse topography produces plants suitable for myriad terrains. Neighboring Texas, with its similar geographic diversity, enjoys many of the same native plants. And many cultivars with Mexican heritage are used extensively in Texas landscapes.
We all know that social media posts, likes, and comments are not a great gauge of any real importance. They are; however, a decent gauge of what people want to discuss.
The Lake Granbury Master Gardeners will NOT be hosting the Romancing the Monarch Festival this year due to COVID-19 concerns.
As the novel coronavirus and the measures taken to mitigate its spread have changed the nation’s way of life, one of the few safe havens for war veterans is enduring the unprecedented economic struggle and could close permanently.
Voter registration assistance will be offered at the Hood County Library from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday and from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday.
Walking through the doors of New Beginnings on Water’s Edge Drive across from the movie theater, one might think they are in a high-end store.