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Statue vandalism not justification to shoot, police chief says

  It is not legal to shoot someone just because they are vandalizing or damaging a statue, said Granbury Police Chief Mitch Galvan. In the frenzy...

Xanax pills land two in jail

Two Granbury teens were arrested after a Hood County constable found about 80 Xanax pills in their vehicle. Hood County Precinct One Constable Delton Thrasher said...

Tolar volleyball loses five-set match against Poolville

The Tolar Lady Rattlers had a tight battle at Poolville Tuesday night, losing in five sets 25-21, 17-25, 25-19, 18-25 and 11-15. The loss dropped...

Both Tax Assessor-Collector offices closed Thursday

Both of Tax Assessor-Collector Teresa McCoy's offices will be closed all day Thursday so that staff can undergo training in preparation for taking over...

Granbury volleyball sweeps Euless Trinity

The Granbury Lady Pirates looked exceptionally sharp on Tuesday night, earning a 3-0 home win over the Euless Trinity Trojans. Granbury won 25-17, 25-17 and...

Heads up: what to read in Aug. 23 edition

The national struggle over monuments to the Confederate cause has reached Granbury. Two groups are circulating dueling petitions to remove and keep the General Hiram...

Commissioners table vote, but will likely approve move to courthouse

With two commissioners not being present to vote, the three remaining members of the Commissioners Court voted Tuesday to table a decision on whether...

Suspicious person call leads to drug arrest

A man and a woman were arrested for drug possession Sunday morning after someone called in a suspicious person in Oak Trail Shores, said Public Information...
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