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Letters to the Editor

December 20, 2014

STARS IN YOUR CROWN

May God bless the persons paying Cleburne Propane on my behalf. You surely put stars in your crown.

Marjie Wearden

Granbury

NEVER TOO LATE

Never too late to say thank you! Thank you, volunteers! Thank you to all the churches and church family and to every individual who helped the survivors of the May 15 tornado storms that hit Acton and Granbury areas.

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Community should back library expansion

December 20, 2014

County officials are getting closer to solving the problem of overcrowding at the Hood County Library.

The library is in need of more space. If it does not expand, it will lose its accreditation.

A loss of accreditation would mean a loss to the county each year of about $100,000, as well as the ability to compete for grants and to access important resources for patrons.

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A Christmas gift remembered

December 20, 2014

Memories of Christmas gifts given and received grow dim, but there is one gift of friendship that I received when 15 years old that I will never forget.

That’s saying a lot, since back in the 1950s there wasn’t much on my mind other than baseball, football, fishing, hunting and, of course, girls.

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Good in Hood

December 20, 2014

To submit a Good in Hood, go to www.hcnews.com and click on Submit a Good in Hood at the very top.

Type your full name along with your Good in Hood submission.

If you want to Sound Off on issues, please submit a Letter to the Editor at [email protected]

Include your full name and address (names will be published but not your address).

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Murder she wrote

December 13, 2014
Murder she wrote

Working at a newspaper can be murder some days.

Not the kind where you’re so busy you feel like your editor is trying to kill you, although there are those days.

I’m talking about real murders, and I find the legal process fascinating.

This week I spent several days in a Hood County courtroom covering the murder trial of Savanna McIntare who was accused in the shooting death of her husband, Don McIntare.

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Community partnerships make Granbury successful

December 13, 2014

Christmas and the New Year are just around the corner. I’d like to offer thanks to our community members who worked together to build a better Granbury this year. Together, we accomplished a lot.

Granbury opened our long planned skateboard park this year and dedicated it to longtime public servant Keith Callahan, now retired.

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The good and bad of cruising

December 13, 2014

More and more Americans are signing up and spending time on cruise ships.

It is an industry that is growing every day, and there are some advantages. For example, where can you get room and board and entertainment for a little more than $100 a day? That is the up-front cost.

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Choo Choo sparks Christmas magic

December 13, 2014

Well, it’s my favorite time of year again! Hooray!

Last year around this time, we got a new house guest. We had never met the fella before, but one evening he just showed up in our house with a book in tow.

He left Christmas day, and I’ll be darned if he didn’t show up again at our new house on Dec.

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Joe Heller

December 13, 2014
Joe Heller

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Joe Heller

December 6, 2014
Joe Heller

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