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Letter: What is Myers Up To?

October 11, 2014

As a citizen of Granbury for two years, I have to question what is up with council member Rose Myers.

I have yet to see anything positive come from her. I only see her berating city staff and interfering with the progress of this lovely city, I already care about.

I have always been impressed with Granbury, even before moving here.

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Joe Heller

October 11, 2014
Joe Heller

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Changes coming to city government

October 11, 2014

With the current city manager on his way out, changes are coming to Granbury City Hall and city government.

Voters should pay attention.

The City Council will soon begin its search for a replacement for City Manager Wayne McKethan, who is retiring.

The city’s economic wellbeing may depend upon the type of person the council hires.

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Letters to the Editor

October 4, 2014

Wow factor in Granbury

Last week we enjoyed a visit by friends from Indiana, their first visit to Granbury.

We toured the Courthouse, which was impressive not only for its beauty, but also for its cleanliness and lack of metal-detectors! Thank you, Citizens and law enforcement!

Other attractions were the lovely Opera House, Train Depot, historic cemeteries, and, of course, the shops!

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Riley Run: Stepping out for students

October 4, 2014

The event honoring Tolar’s fallen war hero Riley Stephens continues to expand – assisting more and more Tolar High School graduates in their pursuit of higher education.

The second annual Sgt. 1st Class Riley G. Stephens Memorial Scholarship Fund 5K and Fun Run was held last Saturday, and reached new heights of success.

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Everyone is a reporter; even 10-year-olds

October 4, 2014
Everyone is a reporter; even 10-year-olds

When I started working at the Hood County News, I was told in no uncertain terms that everyone is a reporter.

That meansallstaff and sometimes their children.

We receive many news releases and photos from people wanting us to cover their events and such, but I got the best news release ever the other day from Aria Brock, 10, daughter of Hood County News staffer Megan Kelly.

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In memory of Ted

September 27, 2014
In memory of Ted

A MOTHER’S CHILD: Ted Herr was the middle son of Priscilla Herr Craton. The college student was just 18 when he was found lying in the intersection of two country highways. Herr had been dragged behind a motorcycle with a rope around his neck and struck in the face with a machete.

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Joe Heller

September 27, 2014
Joe Heller

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Nin Hulett: We can polish this gem of Granbury

September 27, 2014

It is a pleasure to be writing about what a great town we are blessed to be a part of. It’s exciting for me to speak about Granbury’s electrifying strength and promising future.

On Sept. 30, the city will end a successful fiscal year. With careful and conservative fiscal management by all city departments and boards, we will end the year with a healthy balanced budget that allows us to begin our new year on financially stable ground.

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Letters to the Editor

September 27, 2014

Parks buzzing with activity

Dear Citizens of Granbury,

A big thank you to the Granbury City Council and all of our citizens for being so generous in your support of the city’s park and recreational facilities.

On a recent weekend, my grandson and I played at the parks along the Moments in Time Trail.

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