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A man grabbed the back of a jailer's head and assaulted him while being booked on a charge of public intoxication at the Hood County Jail, according to the Hood County Sheriff's Office.

Delivering the goods for law enforcement

Sgt. Jon Whitefield with the Granbury Police Department was on hand when members of the Granbury chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution delivered bakery treats to the GPD on Oct.

Why can’t Billy play?

Tammy was only four, but she was in love! She grabbed Amos, her cocker spaniel, and hugged him tightly.

Some plants just scream ‘happy Halloween’

Talking to plants is fairly common, but how often do we listen to what they have to say?

New chef upgrades cuisine for DCBE club members

Worldwide, few industries have been more negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic than hospitality.

Prayer event Sunday at Hewlett Park

The third biennial celebration of “One Nation Under God” communitywide prayer gathering is Sunday, Nov. 1 from 2:30-4 p.m. in Hewlett Park, 621 E Pearl St.

Hood County’s sesquicentennial celebration announced

Granbury is well known for the many events it holds throughout the year.

Meddling preacher

I know, but this is important.

Marriage is one of the biggest areas of life people struggle with and don’t always understand. I






MAKING A POINT: Cornerstone senior captain Macie Brandon adds one to the score with a kill.



Relentless pressure swamps Pirates

Pirates face ‘big’ football game Friday against Brewer Bears

Abilene Cooper 69, Granbury 7.

Tolar Lady Rattlers sail through district volleyball undefeated

The Tolar Lady Rattlers won the District 11-2A volleyball championship with gusto.

They stormed through district undefeated at 12-0 without losing a set.

Granbury JROTC rifle team moves to 2-0

Granbury High School Marine Corps JROTC defeated the Fountain Fort Carson High School, Colorado AJROTC team 2402.4 to 2379.2 in the Granbury Virtual Air Rifle League.

Gracie Nichols and Lolo Schroeder led the Granbury Lady Pirates to a straight-set volleyball win over Wichita Falls High School Friday night in the Red River city.

Not missing a step

The Lipan Lady Indians cross country team has been making an impression on the running world.

The girls won four meets this fall and were runner-up in the other four.

The Granbury Lady Pirates defeated visiting district opponent Brewer in straight sets Tuesday night.

Granbury, improving to 1-2 in district, won 25-9, 25-12, 25-13.



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