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As we go through the coronavirus pandemic, with its constant threat to personal health and its devasting impact on the economy, it can be hard to find a silver lining.

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After closing two months ago, Hood County churches are are starting to open for in-person worship.

The Granbury City Council will discuss the issuance of permits and hosting of events in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic on public property and at the Lake Granbury Conference Center during its re

The Hood County Library has begun online registration for its summer reading program for kids, “Imagine Your Story Summer Reading 2020.”

Two Cresson businesses

– Henson Metals and NAPA Auto Parts – were burglarized Tuesday.

The Granbury City Council has approved a work order for $112,800 that will allow for Phase 1 of a $2 million street improvement project to move forward.

Senior Center to soon resume hot meals but not in congregate

Patrons of the Hood County Senior Center haven’t had a hot meal from there in a couple of months thanks to COVID-19, but that will soon change.

First the chamber rained on their parade, now the city.

 

 

Sports

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.

Three Granbury Pirates were named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches Academic All-State 5A team. They are Michael Withey, Ezekiel Sedgwick and Gage Molinari. 

The Granbury Pirates will play five home and five away games this fall. The Pirates kick off against Paschal Aug. 28 in Pirate Stadium followed by a trip to Waco to play Waco University.

Granbury’s Macie Blohowiak received soccer’s Most Valuable Player goal-keeping award in District 5-5A.

 

 

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