- Cruisin’ Granbury
- Encore presentation of epic feud Thursday May 25, 2015
The historic tale of the Mitchell-Truit family feud will be shared in a free encore presentation Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in Granbury Live. A reception follows. Nelson “Cooney” Mitchell was executed for murder in 1875, Hood County’s only legal hanging.
- Parkinson’s disease support group hosts attorney May 25, 2015
The Parkinson’s disease support group will host attorney Paul Hyde Tuesday, 1 p.m., at the Senior Circle, 1321 Water’s Edge Drive. Hyde will discuss long-term financial and health options. Call 817-579-2979 for information.
- Granbury High graduation Thursday May 25, 2015
Granbury High School seniors will graduate Thursday, but school won’t end until next week. Graduation starts at 7 p.m. in the Fort Worth Convention Center. Monday is the last day of school for GISD students.
- Unique cars will be displayed in Pecan Plantation May 25, 2015
The third annual unique car show at the Pecan Activities Center (PAC) is June 6 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Folks interested in showing their vehicles should contact Ron Bernier at [email protected]
- Memorial Day program on the square May 25 May 24, 2015
A Memorial Day program begins at 10 a.m. Monday morning on the square. The program begins with airplanes from Pecan Plantation in the missing man formation. The Cruisin’ Granbury outdoor festival continues on the square through 5 p.m.
- Special programs for children begin June 6 at library May 24, 2015
All things heroic will be explored this summer as Hood County Library presents its summer library program, “Every Hero Has A Story!” Five special programs at 2 p.m. on Saturdays are planned in the library meeting room. Wildlife on the Move is the opening program June 6 and always draws a crowd. Two shows are planned this year to better accommodate the event. Those attending will need tickets available from the library,817-573-3569.
- Caudle, Garcia each earn $10,000 scholarship May 23, 2015
Granbury High School senior scholar athletes Krysta Caudle and Joshua Garcia each received a $10,000 scholarship presented by the Granbury ISD Education Foundation. Caudle received the Briggs Berry Scholarship, and Garcia received the Tom and Susan Durant Scholarship.
- Flags, veterans museum moving to Glen Rose May 23, 2015
The Field of Flags scheduled for Glen Rose this holiday weekend is postponed to July 4 because of swampy ground, officials said. The flags and U.S. Veterans Museum will be moving from Granbury to Glen Rose, director Tom Green said.
- NCTA wins Henderson Cup
- Area fishing report
- Pitch, Hit & Run winners
- Hutto named all-star
- Recapping Tolar at state track