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Aug.-Sept. Health Food Scores

October 21, 2015

Food service health inspection scores are posted monthly by the city of Granbury.

Inspections occur about twice a year, not all businesses are inspected each month. Each violation has a demerit value, and this is subtracted from 100 to give the inspection score.

Restaurants with a failing score of 59 or below are closed immediately and must be re-inspected before opening.

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Open house draws crowd

October 21, 2015
Open house draws crowd

Big Red’s Equipment continues to expand north of Granbury at 105 Bolton Road and Highway 51. Hot dogs, shaved ice and equipment demonstrations were a hit during the recent open house.

Big Red’s has equipment for lawn mowing, utility vehicles, TYM tractors, compact tractors, attachments/implements, generators, chippers and power equipment for home and business needs.

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Building Permits

October 3, 2015

New commercial permits account for $231,939 of the August building permits in the city of Granbury. Building permits include the following:

AUGUST NEW COMMERCIAL

2101-100 Highway 377 E., Al Couto Homes, finish out, $30,000.

4964 Highway 377 E., Speed Fab-Crete, Mike Brown car wash, $116,939.

327 Highway 377 E., T&S Construction, LeNails and Spa, $45,000.

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Business Briefs

September 30, 2015

GUILLORY RECOGNIZED AT H-E-B PARTNER LUNCHEON

Zackary Guillory of Granbury has been recognized by H-E-B as one of its 27 exceptional partners/employees at the 16th annual Partner of the Year luncheon at the Wildflower Country Club in Temple recently.

The award is given to those who are most committed to the H-E-B Bold Promise: H-E-B Partners taking a stand together to build the greatest retailing company.

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Business Briefs

September 12, 2015

KELLY STALEY IS NEW VP

IN LENDING AT FIRST NATIONAL

Kelly Staley has moved to First National Bank as vice president in lending. She is a Granbury native and has spent 20 years in banking prior to her move to FNB.

She is active in the community and with her church and enjoys spending time with her husband, Conley.

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Ticket sales for Sea-Doo help Mission Granbury

August 1, 2015

Looking for a way to get out on the lake? A Sea-Doo Spark will be given away at the Mission Granbury Strike Out Poverty benefit on Sept. 10.

The $10 raffle tickets for the Sea-Doo personal watercraft are available at Granbury Motorsports, Mission Granbury and Pins Bowling Alley.

The winner will be named at the Strike Out Poverty event at Pins Bowling and Sports Bar.

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Limited production Corvette C7R will be auctioned online

August 1, 2015
Limited production Corvette C7R will be auctioned online

Classic Chevrolet and the Lone Star Corvette Club announce the auction of the heralded C7R Corvette.

The auction is being held online and ends at midnight on Aug. 5.

All proceeds over MSRP will benefit The Speedway Children’s Charity and The National Corvette Museum. 

The exact pricing for the C7R package has not been announced.

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Healthy Woman program on Aug. 18

August 1, 2015

Healthy Woman meets Aug. 18 with a luncheon program from noon to 1 p.m. at the Granbury Resort Conference Center, 621 E. Pearl St.

Healthy Woman is a community of women in the area that offers information, collaboration and connectivity designed to help us all gain the confidence to make more informed healthcare decisions.

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Hodges named bank president at First National

July 25, 2015

James Hodges was promoted to president and chief executive officer at First National Bank of Granbury last month. He is assuming the office formerly held by John H. Luton.

Hodges has been at FNB since 1971 and is a graduate of Granbury High School and TCU.

Along with his wife, SuLin, they raised three children, are members of Acton Baptist Church and have served on numerous civic boards.

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Stage 4 water restriction relaxed in Laguna Vista

July 25, 2015

Laguna Vista residents were seething last Friday when signage was posted for a boil notice and stage 4 water restrictions at the subdivision entrance north of Granbury on Highway 51.

After suffering through low pressure and water outages in the past, residents feared the summer of 2015 was heading in the same direction.

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