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For the past year, business owners all over Hood County have been purchasing butterfly statues for their businesses as a symbol of unity in the community for the purpose-driven project: Butterflies of Granbury. But now, for the first time ever, Hood County residents can purchase a smaller statue for their own home.

"The only significant incident that has occurred during my tenure was an aircraft..."

Through teaching, workshops, mentorship programs and community outreach, Kirksey is honest about the work, risk and money involved.

The Visit Granbury History Ambassadors and the Volunteer Information Professionals (VIPs) team were also recognized for their dedication and service.

According to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, Nothing Bundt Cakes will open a 2,285 square foot location at 1200 Waters Edge, Suite 120 — the former home of Superior Fitness.

Two new businesses — Jersey Mike’s Subs and Bath & Body Works — will soon set up shop in Granbury, according to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.

Marathon Digital Holdings Inc. has recently hired Stacie Howell as a new community liaison to facilitate communications between Hood County residents and the Bitcoin mining site at the Wolf Hollow Data Center.

Andrea Taylor is adding some color to Hood County — one brushstroke at a time. As the owner and operator of Against the Grain Studio, Taylor utilizes her artistic talents to create seasonal artwork and logos on business windows in Granbury, Acton, Stephenville and even Decatur.

A two-story Ace Hardware store is coming to Granbury and is expected to have a unique take on the inside. Troy Crosson went through the plan for the store during a regularly scheduled city council meeting Feb. 20.

It’s been almost three weeks since Expert Automotive Solutions sustained extensive damage to its building at 106 Pirate Dr. following an accidental fire Monday, Jan 15. But although the situation is dire, employees have not given up — choosing instead to operate the business out of a back shop located at 2000 Supply Ln.

Granbury Care Center spiced up the lives of its residents Friday, Jan. 12, as it was awarded first place during the nursing home’s first-ever chili cookoff event.

The Cheeky Peach Wax Studio & Esthetics located at 1509 W. Pearl St. can provide customers with a full makeover — complete with full body waxing, facials, brow tints, lash tints, lash extensions, brow laminations and a variety of hair services. 

Granbury residents will soon have to say sayonara to Chick-Fil-A Granbury as it is almost time for its $2.2 million renovation project.

The First National Bank of Granbury has undergone a leadership change as of Tuesday, Jan. 2. James Hodges, current president and CEO, will retire after almost 53 years working at FNB, as Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer Mark Webb takes over his position.

Granbury resident Kathryn Lospinoso is ready to give the dogs and cats of Hood County a trans-fur-mation they won’t ever forget. Lospinoso — who moved to Granbury from Florida two years ago — just opened her new dog grooming business, Dainty Paws Salon, at 816 N. Houston St.

Henson Lumber, a leading provider of high-quality lumber and building materials, recently announced its acquisition of Decatur Lumber, a respected family-owned lumber-yard based in Decatur.

The TX HOP (House of Pickleball) Club held its groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 16, at 920 Tucker Way, across the street from Granbury Baptist Church on Farm-to-Market Rd. 51.

James Brock, the owner of Brock’s Food and Drinks in Acton, was recently diagnosed with lung cancer and has started treatment at the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston.

Hood County residents looking to westernize their wardrobe and put a little “Yee-haw” in their step will welcome the addition of Granbury’s newest boutique on the square. Ryder …

Harbor Lakes Golf Club recently reached a huge milestone, with members, charter members and staff joining to celebrate the club’s 20th anniversary on Nov. 4.

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