Updates

  • On to round two

    IMG_0771Granbury Pirates celebrate their first score in the first round of the Class 5A Region I bidistrict soccer match Thursday at Farrington Field. Granbury defeated Fort Worth O.D. Wyatt 2-0. Mary Vinson/Hood County News


  • Numbers needed April 4 for Hood County Hunger Project March 28, 2015

    A number of groups are getting ready to participate in the Hood County Hunger Project. Barbara Townsend needs a head count. Prior to the food packaging day on April 25, Townsend is looking for an estimate of the monetary donations and list of volunteers who will participate. Numbers are needed by April 4. Groups are asked to email [email protected] or call her at 817-559-0435.

  • Road work planned March 28, 2015

    The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will begin an HMA overlay project on U.S. 377 East on Monday, April 6 – weather permitting. According to county Road Operations Director Donald Linney, the work will be just west of Acton Highway (in front of Black’s Pawn Shop) and will go to M&M Ranch Road/Fall Creek Highway (FM 167 South). The roadwork will span 4.169 miles and, depending on the weather, will be finished May 1, Linney said.

  • Community egg hunt Saturday, March 28 at City Park March 28, 2015

    The Community-Wide Easter Egg Hunt is planned Saturday, March 28 with the whole family in mind. The fun begins at 11 a.m. and continues through 2 p.m. Saturday, March 28 at Granbury City Park, 1218 W. Pearl St. Register for door prizes. Free food, games and entertainment are planned in addition to the hunting of eggs. Door prizes will be given for the “winning” eggs.

  • Pet adoption day set for Saturday March 27, 2015

    A pet adoption day is scheduled for 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday (March 28), at T.D.’s Transmissions, 4646 Highway 377 East in Granbury. Pets from Hood County Animal Control, Second Chance Farm, Hood County Animal Lovers Organization (HALO), and One Step Closer Animal Rescue will be there, ready to be adopted. The adoption day was rescheduled for tomorrow after being postponed last weekend.

  • Can’t wait for Marshalls to open? March 27, 2015

    You won’t have much longer to wait. The store at U.S. 377 and Meander Road will open in late April, according to Granbury Community Development Director Scott Sopchak.

  • Minor fire extinguished on porch in Hunterwood March 27, 2015

    Hood County firefighters put out a minor fire that erupted on some furniture on the front porch of a residence on Moose Drive in the Hunterwood subdivision just southeast of Granbury shortly after noon today, Fire Marshal Ray Wilson said. A cigarette was placed in an ash tray but not completely extinguished before the tray was emptied into a trash can, Wilson said. There were no reports of injuries.

  • Goat, grant and gifts contribute to success March 27, 2015

    “Mission Granbury can’t thank the community enough for their generosity Saturday night at its annual gala,” said board member Kelly Lindner. Through ticket sales, auction bids, a generous donation from the Giddens Foundation and a goat named Legacy, Mission Granbury raised $150,000. The gala Saturday night was at Pecan Plantation Country Club. Chet Garner, known as The Daytripper, provided the evening’s entertainment.

  • Historic Preservation Commission votes in support of square project March 27, 2015

    The Granbury Historic Preservation Commission has voted unanimously to provide a letter of support to include with the city’s grant application for a grant for a streetscape project for the square. The City Council has not yet voted to move forward in seeking the grant funding from TxDOT, but is expected to do so at is next regular meeting, which will be on April 7.


Sports Updates
Death Notices