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Engineering project

October 17, 2015
Engineering project

Tolar hosted a special event at the school in partnership with Lockheed Martin. Standing are (from left) Lockheed Martin engineer Kenn Cooper, and students Tyler Golden, Emma Tedder and Naomi Jackson. Seth Carroll is seated.

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Band marches to finals at Midlothian contest

October 12, 2015

The Granbury High School Band participated in its first competition of the marching season during the Midlothian Marching Showcase last Saturday.

Out of 22 schools, Granbury finished ninth after advancing to an evening finals round.

Braden Jumper and Emma McKelvain received the Best Drum Major award for the preliminary and finals competition.

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Cornerstone Honor Society

October 12, 2015
Cornerstone Honor Society

These students are Cornerstone Christian Academy’s 2015-16 National Honor Society members. Front row from left: Luke Pixler, Noah Duke (historian), Kyle Hutto (president), Adam Duke (treasurer), Matthew Turbeville, Brayden Hurst and Joel Adams. Middle row from left: Justin Barrington, Tatianna Hurst, Annabelle Steed, Reagan Ives, Courtlin Coppenbarger, Stevie McCoy, Pearce Schreck and Jacob Steed.

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Tolar Student Council

October 12, 2015
Tolar Student Council

Tolar High School students recently elected their 2015-16 student council officers. They are (from left) senior Tatum Newton, vice president; senior Payton Coker, president; senior Laura Anderson, secretary; and senior Cassidy Tuggle, treasurer. Angie Ecton sponsors the student council.

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Super characters to lead GHS Homecoming parade

October 12, 2015

A cast of super characters will lead the Granbury High School Homecoming parade Monday evening.

“Incredible Victory” kicks off at 7 p.m. with superheroes guiding the way. The parade will be staged at Decker Field and will proceed from Hannaford Street west down Pearl Street to the high school. A spirit rally and fireworks display will follow at Pirate Stadium beginning about 8 p.m.

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Granbury High choir leads region schools

October 3, 2015

Granbury High School and Crossland Ninth Grade Center choir students have participated in the first step toward qualifying for the All-State Choirs.

Sixty-two students qualified for the regional auditions, which will be held next Saturday at Southwest High School in Fort Worth.

GHS is advancing more students than any school in the region, according to director Joy Hope.

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’65 grad Coming Home Queen

October 3, 2015

Sherry Moore Jones, a nurse and 1965 graduate of Granbury High School, will be honored as the Coming Home Queen at the Homecoming festivities.

Jones will be escorted by her son, Lee Parkinson, at halftime of the Granbury-Joshua football game Friday, Oct. 16.

Following high school, Jones completed her family of four children – three daughters and one son: Melissa Parkinson Carminati, Patty Parkinson Keller, Tammy Parkinson Brown and Lee Parkinson.

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Homecoming queen hopefuls

October 3, 2015
Homecoming queen hopefuls

Granbury High School Homecoming queen candidates are (from left) Kylie Blackwell, Sierra Browning, Rebecka Troyer, Jessica Gryder and Hannah Robinson. The queen will be crowned during halftime of the Granbury-Joshua football game Friday, Oct. 16. The parade will begin at 7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 12, from Decker Field and will proceed west down Pearl Street to the high school.

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Homecoming king nominees

October 3, 2015
Homecoming king nominees

Granbury High School Homecoming king nominees are (from left) Bryan Torres, Tristan Fallin, Justin Brassie and Fernando Barragan. The Homecoming king will be announced during a morning pep rally Friday, Oct. 16. The Homecoming football game is that night.

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‘Incredible Victory’ theme for Homecoming parade

September 19, 2015

“Incredible Victory” will be the superhero-inspired theme at the Monday, Oct. 12 Granbury High School Homecoming parade.

The parade begins at 7 p.m. from Decker Field and will proceed from Hannaford Street west down Pearl Street to the high school.

A spirit rally and fireworks display will follow at Pirate Stadium beginning about 8 p.m.

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