• “Please Excuse Our Mess”

    IMG_2292The talents of Granbury High School art students were recently showcased in the “Please Excuse Our Mess” Art Show at the Langdon Center Concert Hall. Mary Vinson/Hood County News

  • Granbury man gets 75-year prison sentence May 6, 2015

    Aaron Glen Jensen, 37, of Camp Crucis Court in Granbury, was sentenced on April 29 in district court to 75 years in prison for felony “possession of 10 grams of methadone” and 20 years for “possession of methamphetamine,” District Attorney Rob Christian said. The two sentences will begin at the same time.

  • Local sculptor Myers working on 14th Hall of Fame bust May 6, 2015

    Scott Myers, a deCordova sculptor and Granbury veterinarian, has begun work on a bust of former Dallas Cowboy Charles Haley for his Pro Football Hall of Fame induction, which will be Aug. 8 in Canton, Ohio along with seven others. Myers said it will take approximately six weeks to complete the bust, which will then be sent away to be bronzed.

  • Junior ROTC cadets recognized by American Legion Post 278 May 6, 2015

    Granbury High School Marine Corps Junior ROTC Cadet Captain Hayle Carlile and Cadet Major Jacob Fleshman were awarded American Legion Bronze Medals for Military Excellence and Scholastic Excellence respectively. The awards ceremony was at the GHS James Wann Sports Center last month. American Legion Post 278 awarded both cadets $1,000 scholarships.

  • Granbury CVB to deliver sweet treats in honor of travel and tourism week May 6, 2015

    Mayor Nin Hulett issued a proclamation at last night’s council meeting declaring the week of May 2-10 “Travel and Tourism” week in the city of Granbury. Today the Convention and Visitors Bureau will visit some of their tourism partners and hand out ice cream in recognition.

  • AC: Dog that bit 4, scratched one tests positive for rabies May 5, 2015

    A 6-month-old shepherd/boxer mix dog that bit 4 Arrowhead Shores family members and scratched another was found late Tuesday afternoon to have tested positive for rabies, Animal Control Sgt. Kelly McNab said. They were bitten over a 2-day period, and are receiving medical treatment. The dog died 2 days later, April 30. Ten other people possibly came in contact with the rabid dog and the process of notifying them is underway.

  • Case of missing Canyon Creek man remains open May 5, 2015

    On Monday – three weeks after the disappearance of Canyon Creek resident Shane Michael Siddall, Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant Johnny Rose said the case will remain open until it’s resolved. Siddall, 31, told his wife on the morning of April 13 that he was leaving their residence and would return within an hour. No clues have been found. If you have information that could help find Siddall, call 911.

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  • Local woman charged in felony DWI case May 5, 2015

    Cynthia Leann Gilchrest, 50, of Lake Granbury Harbor, was arrested on April 27 by a DPS trooper and charged with driving while intoxicated, third or more – a felony count – according to Hood County Jail booking records.

  • Council to honor Toni Brown-Belew May 5, 2015

    The Granbury City Council will honor retired Hood County United Way director Toni Brown-Belew at its meeting tonight. Brown-Belew was the director since 2000 and helped create the Hood County Substance Abuse Council and Ruth’s Place during her tenure.

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