Love chili but looking for a healthier twist? Tired of the typical red beans on a cold winter night?
Then, you gotta try Irana Grenier’s Black and White Bean Chili.
This chili is hearty AND healthy… a wonderful way to warm yourself through and through. This is a terrific vegetarian dish—one where you’ll never even miss the meat. But, if you do, it tastes amazing with beef as well.… Read the rest
“Libraries are the mind and soul of their communities, and librarians are the mind and soul of the library.” -American Library Association
Allende leads the reader into one of the most thrilling and chilling mysteries we’ve had in quite a while. Amanda Jackson is the brilliant San Francisco high school senior who’s going to MIT after graduation. Her mom is a free-spirited holistic healer who is romantically pursued by two men.… Read the rest
Free GED classes are available in Hood County. Morning or evening sessions are offered.
Monday and Wednesday mornings, the GED class meets from 9-11:30 at Granbury First United Methodist Church, 301 Loop 567.
GED classes are also available from 6-8:30 p.m. on Monday and Wednesday at Christian Women’s Job Corps, 1310 Weatherford Highway.
English as a Second Language (ESL) classes are offered Mondays and Wednesdays from 9-11:30 a.m.… Read the rest
FIFTH ANNUAL BLACK HISTORY EVENT PLANNED FEB. 23
American Idol performer George Huff joins several other musical artists for the fifth annual Black History Celebration sponsored by the Lake Granbury Ministerial Alliance.
The program is at 6 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23 at Lakeside Baptist Church, 500 W. Bluebonnet.
Opera singer and Emmy nominee Audra Scott along with singer/songwriter and Dove nominee Shake Anderson will perform.… Read the rest
Built around 1900, the Old Granbury Light Plant had beginnings as the Granbury Ice Plant. It was owned by the Frisco Railroad and served to pump water for their steam engines.
Ice was also made in the building for refrigerator cars, and was also sold to the public.
The Granbury Flywheelers will open the old plant for tours Saturday, March 1.… Read the rest
Brandy Herr, author of “Haunted Granbury,” has several appearances in the coming weeks to promote her book.
Herr is the co-founder of the Granbury Ghosts and Legends Tour and co-host of the Granbury Paranormal Expo. She earned her bachelor’s degree in public relations, with a minor in theatre from Pennsylvania State University.
“Haunted Granbury” addresses various legends in town, including the notorious John Wilkes Booth escape to Granbury after assassinating President Lincoln.… Read the rest
The annual meeting of the Pecan Plantation Owners Association (PPOA) comes March 1 beginning at 11 a.m. in the ballroom.
In person voting will take place in the clubhouse lobby from 7:30 to 11 a.m., and all absentee ballots must be returned before 11.
Pecaners will vote concerning a bylaw amendment and also select three new members for the Board of Directors.… Read the rest
Pauline Clark has been a teacher, a wife, a rancher, a mom and an artist.
On Jan. 31, she added another achievement to her list. Pauline celebrated her 100th birthday at The Courtyards of Granbury with congratulatory remarks from the mayor, family members and many others.
“It has been a pleasure to grow up in Texas,” a smiling Pauline said to her well-wishers.… Read the rest
At the San Antonio Stock Show, Trevor Hedeman won his class with his Limousin and his Maine Anjou heifers. Logan Jackson placed sixth with his lamb. Congratulations to Brady Nelson who placed fourth at the San Angelo Stock Show with his heifer calf. Good job, gentlemen!
A gathering of about 25 family and friends celebrated Ned Tipton’s 70th birthday last Saturday, Feb.… Read the rest