Everyone has a story andDawn Valden of Granburyhas an especially exciting one.
At age 18, Valden has accomplished more than most people will in their lifetime. She has won athletic medals. She trot around on a horse at the Ft. Worth Stock Show to win a blue ribbon.…
Wright receives diploma
at Stephen F. Austin
Laura Wright of Granbury received a Bachelor of Music degree at Stephen F. Austin State University during the school’s spring commencement exercises.
Three named to dean’s list in San Angelo
Three Granbury students have made the dean’s list for the spring semester at Angelo State University in San Angelo.…
Granbury High School wasn’t the only school with impressive scholarship amounts.
Premier High School of Granbury graduates were awarded about $400,000 in scholarships this spring.
The money will be put to good use because all 38 graduates were accepted into college.
Premier, a tuition-free public charter school, is fully accredited by the Texas Education Agency.…
It’s a draw.
The Hood County News is sponsoring a drawing contest for students up to 18 years old.
Those who submit their drawings are entered into a drawing for two free passes to the city pool. There will be one winner each week through the end of August.
Students can pick up weekly entry forms at the Hood County News, 1501 S.…
Children ages 7 to 11 are encouraged to enroll early for the Master Gardeners’ children garden class, “Eat What You Grow.” Class size is restricted to the first 20 registrants due to limited space and resources.
The garden school is scheduled for Thursday, July 17, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.…
The Granbury School Board extended Superintendent Jim Largent’s contract Monday evening that included a 4.7 percent pay increase.
The amount of the pay raise was not disclosed Monday night.
The Hood County News tried to get the amount after the meeting, but board President Mark Jackson referred the matter to public information officer Jeff Meador.…