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  • 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


  • 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.

  • Mattress Firm opens Friday March 27, 2015

    The new Mattress Firm store at US 377 and Highway 4 will open to the public on Friday (March 27), according to Granbury Community Development Director Scott Sopchak.

  • Generations: Fashion Fun For Everyone on April 2 March 27, 2015

    Style show organizers anticipate another big crowd for the Lake Granbury Newcomers Club show at Pecan Plantation Country Club on Thursday, April 2. The Generations style show will feature grandmothers, mothers, daughters and grandchildren. The style show is $13 and includes the luncheon. Make reservations by noon March 30.

  • Granbury man charged in felony marijuana case March 26, 2015

    Brandon Dakota Clowers, 19, of the 1400 block of Walters Drive in Granbury, will face a felony count of possession of marijuana, more than 4 ounces/less than 5 pounds, after being arrested March 19 at his residence by a Granbury police officer.

  • Prints of Code Talker painting available to support Veterans Museum March 26, 2015

    Prints of an original painting of Navajo Code Talkers by artist Doug Prine of Nemo are available for $100, and proceeds benefit the U.S. Veterans Museum of Granbury. The painting went for $2,100 in an auction Saturday in Glen Rose during a banquet and program that featured two Navajo Code Talkers. Tom Green, the museum’s curator, said Thursday afternoon that seven prints have been sold so far. To order a print of Prine’s Code Talker painting, call the Veterans Museum at 817-578-3288, or Prine at 817-357-0653.


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