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The news Monday wasn't as bad as expected, but Hood County nevertheless has 84 confirmed active COVID-19 cases, according to Hood County Public Health Authority Dr. David Blocker.

Law authorities reported a quiet July 4th holiday weekend. Police Lt. Russell Grizzard said he didn't see any unusual reports "compared to any other weekend."

The 2020 Hemmings Motor News Great Race presented by Hagerty Drivers Club, which was going to be coming to Granbury this year, has been reschedule for June of next year due to the COVID-19 pandemic

A teacher working this summer for the Extended School Year program at the STEAM Academy at Mambrino tested positive for COVID-19.

Somervell County's popular Gypsy Hearts Market is coming to Granbury next weekend, July 10-12.

Fireworks over Granbury

The annual fireworks spectacular over Lake Granbury hit a lull in the middle but came on strong at the end, especially the grand finale.

The Acton Nature Center offers its first-Saturday-of-the-month Bird Walk today (July 4th). Participants should gather at 7 a.m. at the center's parking area.

Hood County is heading into the July 4 holiday weekend with 100 active COVID-19 cases and the COVID-related death of another local resident, according to Hood County Public Health Authority Dr.




Tolar seniors honored in parade

May 29 was to be graduation night, but COVID-19 has pushed the ceremony to Friday, June 26 at 8 p.m. on Tolar football field.

Set your drag

So how do you effectively use your drag on your reels?

Granbury High School graduation returns to Pirate Stadium after almost a 25-year hiatus.

It’s not by design.

Cross country signee

Edith Valdez, a senior on the Granbury High School cross country team, announced that she will continue her athletic career at Dodge City Community College in Kansas.

Granbury senior basketball player Jayla Hall announced that she will continue her playing career at Ranger College during a signing ceremony Friday at the Granbury ISD administration building.

Five Granbury High School student athletes announced college plans during staggered signing ceremonies on Tuesday.

Announcing their college plans were:

Fish in morning before water warms

The Texas summer is on the way, and the warm water patterns start changing. In fact the heat affects all wildlife.

James Sauernheimer aced the 154-yard, 8th hole at Pecan Plantation using an 9 iron. Witnesses were Debbie Dewey, James Erskine, Erna Lee and Robert Paris.



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