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Gr anbury High School is tuning up for an exciting new chapter with the arrival of Cody Haddock, the school’s new director of bands. Haddock, a seasoned music educator with a vibrant …

For the first time since 2019 the Granbury Lady Pirates softball team advanced to the second round of the playoffs. Following this performance, seven members of the team have been named to the …

The Elizabeth Crockett Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution is once again gearing up for its annual Constitution Camp for Kids, an event designed to educate and inspire children aged 7 to 13 …

Blake Mouser is used to being a key cog in a winning program. So, it’s expected he will fit right in leading the Tolar sports programs, which includes him being the new head football coach. …

For the first time in nearly two decades, the Granbury sports programs will go into a new academic year with a new athletic director at the helm. Lamont Moore replaces Dwight Butler, who led …

Starting this fall, Granbury Independent School District students will no longer receive free breakfast and lunch through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Community Eligibility Provision program, due to a district revenue loss of $427,000.

Smart athletes and success often go hand-in-hand. After all, it’s not many coaches who would play an athlete who only knows 60% of the playbook. Several area senior athletes who helped …

The Granbury Independent School District has created a page specifically dedicated to summer camps. From community camps to sports and activities, Hood County and the surrounding areas have something fun for everyone.

Karissa Sorrells, Hood County YMCA's director of wellness and sports, recently shared insights about upcoming celebrations. "We have two exciting events coming up.

The evening of May 31 was marked by a poignant moment at Granbury Live as musician Darren Brown performed the song "Let Me Be the Last," written by the late Curtis Allen.

District programs can once again use crowdsource fundraising at Granbury Independent School District following an approval from the board of trustees May 20.

“Much Ado About Nothing” turned out to be quite the opposite as the actors of Grace Classical Christian Academy were invited to compete at state.

As early as this summer, Granbury Independent School District will be implementing a new silent panic alarm system to ensure the safety of staff and students.

Granbury Independent School District officially entered into a memorandum of understanding agreement with Forward Training Center May 20, to provide the Powered for Life program for Granbury High School SOAR students on campus during the day.

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

Lipan High School was well-represented by its journalism team at the Journalism State UIL event. Held at The University of Texas at Austin, the State UIL contest is the pinnacle of high school …

For the first time in almost a decade, the sound of football pads colliding and coaches blowing whistles on a practice field could be heard in the month of May. Spring football returned to Granbury …

Dwight Butler recalled lying in a hospital bed last year and taking the proverbial look at his life. It was then he decided it was time to turn the page to the next chapter in the book of his life, which he said is far from finished.

A historic softball season came to an end for the Tolar Lady Rattlers in the Class 2A Region II semifinals with losses to Crawford of 6-4 and 7-4 May 15 and 18 in Glen Rose. The Lady Rattlers …

Alford exiting as Rattlers baseball coach; Granbury’s Johnson wins NTHSRA title BY RICK MAUCH Special to the Hood County News After four seasons at the helm and turning the …

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