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Looking for last-minute ideas on how to get your Thanksgiving dinner kick started? We may have just the answers.

Granbury’s development chief retires

Scott Sopchak announced his retirement after more than 18 years as the community development director for the city of Granbury. His last day in office was Friday, Nov.

Pecan Christmas Tour set Dec. 10

Once again, ‘tis the season to sample the flavor of the homes participating in Pecan Plantation’s Christmas Tour of Homes.

Worried about

On the same day that the Commissioners Court held a special meeting last week to canvas results of the Nov.

FORTHE FIFTH YEAR,James Brock, his family and a host of volunteers are offering free Thanksgiving meals from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday.

Restaurants to serve Thanksgiving meals amid COVID-19

Local restaurants like Willie & Dick’s Grill, Paradise Bistro & Coffee Co.

Let’s get up a game of stickball (we might learn something)

SAM HOUSTON

Sam Houston is the publisher of the Hood County News. He is also an actor, author, playwright, performer and entertainment producer/promoter.

This Granbury trail is paved with yummy culinary delights

Visit Granbury unveiled the 12 restaurants that will be featured in its new “Granbury Foodie Trail — Eat Where the Locals Eat” contest.

 

 

Sports

Bitter end to Tolar’s promising season

TEARFUL SENDOFF: An emotional Tolar senior Macaine Tucker is consoled by teammates after the tough 69-20 loss to an experienced Lindsay High School team.

A leap above the competition

FORT WORTH - Undefeated and speedy Lindsay whipped Tolar 69-20 in the second round of the Class 2A Division II football playoffs Friday night, but the future looks bright in Tolar Rattler territory

Three Tolar girls hit double digits in 60-25 win

Three Tolar Lady Rattlers scored in double figures to lead the basketball team to a 60-25 win over visiting Early Friday afternoon.

TUSSLE WITH A TIGER

Granbury High School guard McLain Golba fouls Glen Rose High School’s Caden Smith during a non-district basketball game atTiger Arena in Glen Rose Monday.The Tigers won the game 63-44.

Tate Branson and Tripp Phillips scored 14 points, and Garrett Smith added 13 to lead the state-ranked Lipan boys basketball team past Paradise 60-39 on Saturday.

JV TAKES THIRD

The Cornerstone Christian Academy junior varsity volleyball team took third place in the Texas Christian Athletic Fellowship by defeating Nazarene Christian from Crowley 25-12, 25-18.

SET UP FOR THE KILL

Sara Welch sets up a shot.

The Granbury Lady Pirates finished their fall season last weekend at the Jay Brewer Memorial at Texarkana County Club.

 

 

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