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Donation funds upgrades for fire equipment

September 2, 2015

A $50,000 donation from the Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant will be spent to improve emergency response efforts.

The Commissioners Court has agreed to Emergency Management Coordinator Ray Wilson’s recommendations on how to spend the donation.

The bulk of the money – about $40,000 – will be spent on a new cab and chassis for a brush truck.

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City to have Bulk Trash Clean-up next month

September 2, 2015

The city of Granbury will have its next Bulk Trash Clean-up day on Saturday, Oct. 3.

Items may be placed outside the night before, but must be curbside no later than 7 a.m..

Truck routes will be completed by 1 p.m.

Bulk trash includes items such as refrigerators, air conditioning units, furniture and appliances.

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1934 Mambrino School

September 2, 2015
1934 Mambrino School

The Mambrino School Reunion will be Sunday, Sept. 13 starting 11 a.m. at Mambrino Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. A covered dish dinner is noon. Call Patsy Hewlett at 817-573-1161 or 254-897-2315. The 1934 school students are front row: Lancaster Endsley, Bill Walters, Clell Hayworth, C. McDaniel, Jessie Moore, C. Umphress, H.

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One transported via ambulance

August 29, 2015
One transported via ambulance

First responders work the scene of a two-vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon near the new Kroger on Highway 377 East. Leonard William English (not pictured), the driver of the NAPA Auto Parts van at right, was transported to Lake Granbury Medical Center. The Chevrolet pickup collided with the van.

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‘Prolific’ meth dealer sentenced to 30 years

August 29, 2015

A 34-year-old Frisco man who testified he had delivered methamphetamine about 100 times was sentenced to 30 years in prison for the one instance he got caught – in Hood County.

Todd Howard Bart was arrested year near Cresson after a combined investigation between the Hood County Sheriff’s Office and Granbury Police Department, District Attorney Rob Christian said.

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Multiple drug charges filed

August 29, 2015

A 27-year-old woman who told officers she has no address was arrested on three felony charges – including tampering with evidence – Sunday during a traffic stop, Granbury Police Deputy Chief Alan Hines said.

Bethany Meagan Mathis was pulled over in the 1500 block of Plaza Drive for a traffic violation, Hines said.

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Felony Arrests

August 29, 2015

Eight felony arrests were made between Aug. 20 and Aug. 26, according to Hood County law enforcement records.

Suspects were arrested in Hood County, but their alleged crimes may have occurred outside the county.

Charged are:

nKyle Jameson Hand, 32, Sundown Trail, Granbury, assault family/house member impede breathing.

nCori Ladonna Hansen, 25, Nevada Court, Granbury, possession of a controlled substance, Penalty Group 1, less than 1 gram.

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Two men accused of choking women

August 26, 2015

Two Hood County men have been arrested for using violence against a girlfriend or spouse, according to law enforcement reports.

A 43-year-old Granbury man was arrested by Granbury Police on Aug. 13 after choking his spouse during an argument, Deputy Chief Alan Hines said.

Shane Dominic Nadeau, of the 900 block of Switzer Street, is charged with felony assault family member (impede breathing), Hines said.

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Anniversary celebration

August 26, 2015
Anniversary celebration

The Hood County Democratic Club celebrated its 33rd anniversary Saturday afternoon at Harbor Lakes Golf Club. Michael and Janet Collins (seated) enjoy a visit with Cheryl Smith. State Democratic Chairman Gilberto Hinojosa was the featured speaker. The HCDC meets monthly on the third Thursday in the Annex 1 meeting room on West Pearl Street.

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Neal no longer city attorney

August 26, 2015

Stuart Neal is no longer Granbury’s city attorney, following his resignation from the Hyde Law Firm.

After meeting in closed session for almost 90 minutes Monday night, the council terminated the contracted with the Hyde Law Firm, but formed an interim agreement with that firm.

According to the interim agreement, the firm will be paid $175 per hour on an as-needed basis until the council can decide on what direction it wants to go.

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