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Mark Hiler will marry Syndey Treviño in Austin this November. Mark grew up in Granbury and graduated with the GHS class of 2010. He then attended Texas State Univesity where he earned a BS and a MS. He met fellow student Syndey at TSU where she was majoring in Recreational Administration. The two live in Austin where she works for a youth services non-profit. Mark works for the US Geological Survey.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

In the name of political correctness, with all of the statues being torn down and mascot names changed and team names being changed and “slave owners” names being deleted from buildings, what are we going to do when someone realizes that both Hood County and Granbury are named after Confederate generals?

Create strategies to help achieve your financial goals

Create strategies to help achieve your financial goals

Like most people, you probably have many financial goals: a comfortable retirement, long vacations, college for your children or grandchildren, the ability to leave something behind for the next generation, and so on. To achieve these various goals, you may have to follow different investment strategies – and you might have to make some tradeoffs along the way.

Memorial for hit-and-run victim

Memorial for hit-and-run victim

A memorial marks the area where a 32-yearold man was killed in a hit-and-run Thursday night, June 4 at Holly Hills Cemetery Road and Del Prado Drive in Mesa Grande north of Granbury. Kenneth Morgan Webb of Balboa Court in Mesa Grande was walking when he was hit by a vehicle, authorities said. The vehicle’s description is unknown, and no suspect has been arrested, but the sheriff’s office continues to seek leads. Anyone with information should call 817-579-3307 or Crime Stoppers at 817-573-TIPS. ROGER ENLOW

Kiwanis 5K still set to run on Saturday

Despite all the changes to this weekend’s events due to COVID-19, the Kiwanis Firecracker 5K is still set to take place at Tidwell Field on Saturday, July 4. Registration is available online or at the event. The walk/run will begin promptly at 8 a.m. Awards will be given out immediately following the conclusion of the 5K. For more information on the race or to sign up, visit www.runsignup.com/Race/TX/Granbury/LakeGranburyKiwanisFirecracker5K.

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