Once again, ‘tis the season to sample the flavor of the homes participating in Pecan Plantation’s Christmas Tour of Homes.
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. 20 and his official retirement day will be Monday, Nov. 30.
Looking for last-minute ideas on how to get your Thanksgiving dinner kick started? We may have just the answers.
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.
On the same day that the Commissioners Court held a special meeting last week to canvas results of the Nov. 3 General Election, the elections office mailed letters to those who had cast provisional ballots explaining whether their ballot had or had not been accepted.
Local restaurants like Willie & Dick’s Grill, Paradise Bistro & Coffee Co. and Ketzler’s Schnitzel Haus and Biergarten are continuing to serve Thanksgiving meals, even during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Visit Granbury unveiled the 12 restaurants that will be featured in its new “Granbury Foodie Trail — Eat Where the Locals Eat” contest.
Granbury High School’s Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (MCJROTC) won its match against Phoenix Rising Shooting Sports at the Virtual Air Rifle League 2020 in the Precision Division last week, putting the Pirates in first place overall.
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Eggen Family Classics, a local car dealership in Granbury, is co-sponsoring a Toys for Tots event with Granbury Car Club from 12-5 p.m. today at Rooster’s BBQ located at 9201 E. Highway 377 in Cresson.
COURTESYTRISH REINER, COMMUNITY LIAISON FOR INTERIM HEALTHCARE GRANBURY
The family of Andrea Brooke Stinson, 31, has been notified that she is the subject of a death investigation that was reported early Sunday afternoon in the 2300 block of Morningside Drive in Canyon Creek.
Local officials are urging residents to “do their part” to prevent the spread of COV1D-19 as the holiday season descends amid a “substantial” increase in cases and three new deaths this week.
Many Hood County residents know that David Crockett’s wife, Elizabeth, settled in Hood County in 1853 after the Texas Revolution against Mexico.
The 9th-ranked Lindsay Knights remained undefeated with a 69-20 win over the young Tolar Rattlers in the second round of the Class 2A football playoffs Friday night at Castleberry High School.
The Granbury Pirates football team overtook Arlington Heights 38-14 Thursday night in historic Farrington Field in Fort Worth.
The following is Granbury High School senior Madafrn Rickert’s winning entry in the Veterans Day essay contest.