Jenise “Crickett” Miller knows a lot about the Democratic process. That process recently involved her when all five members of Hood County’s elections board voted her to be the new elections administrator.
Miller is already on the job. She started last week.
“She has a wonderful personality,” said County Clerk Mary Burnett, who sits on the elections board. “Everybody was impressed with her.” … Read the rest
Little Tegan Morrison arrived into the world prematurely, but help for the family – $900 worth – came right on time.
First-time mom Amber Morrison and her husband Clint were facing challenges, including having to drive several times a week from Granbury to Dallas Children’s Medical Center – a 164-mile round trip. … Read the rest
Dan Francis’ August electric bill from the city was the last straw. The president of the Spanish Trail Property Owners Association now plans to circulate a petition in hopes that some city electric customers will be allowed to unplug from the city and plug in with United Cooperative Services.
Francis said he is hoping a petition will result in a hearing with the Public Utilities Commission (PUC).… Read the rest
It was not a unanimous vote, but the Granbury City Council agreed Tuesday night to pay a $5,000 retainer to an attorney for legal advice regarding the Brazos River Authority’s (BRA) Water Management Plan.
Earlier this year, commissioners with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) deferred a decision on the BRA’s request for additional water rights pending a water management study.… Read the rest
Last month Dana Vollmer swam to three gold medals in the Olympics in London.
On Saturday, Sept. 15, the city of Granbury will honor its champion with a “Day With Dana.”
The event will begin with a motorcade at 11 a.m. It will proceed down Pearl Street through the square and end at City Park, home of the Dana Vollmer Municipal Swim Center.… Read the rest
It was a nail-biter – right up until the Tolar box came in.
And then months of hard work were over.
Tolar School Board trustee James Deaver was the victor in Tuesday’s runoff election against Jean Cochran for the Precinct 1 county commissioner seat, winning 54 percent of the vote to her 46 percent. Of the 626 total votes for Deaver, 202 came from Tolar on Election Day.… Read the rest
As the district attorney prepares to file a charge of intoxication manslaughter against the 19-year-old driver in last week’s crash at Pecan Plantation that killed another teen, plans for a safe ride program for underage drinkers has stirred concerns about liability and mixed messages.
Sheriff Roger Deeds said late Thursday that Marcus Click, the driver in the crash that killed fellow Granbury High School graduate Luke Urbanovsky, was home from the hospital and a warrant for his arrest was awaiting a magistrate’s signature.… Read the rest