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Granbury resident and World War II veteran Bruce Glatzel celebrated his 100th birthday at Warren’s Backyard Saturday, March 16, with the party of the century — literally.

After 30 years of serving in public education — with 20 of those years at Granbury ISD — Assistant Superintendent Jimmy Dawson has officially announced his retirement effective June 30.

During a regularly scheduled meeting, the Granbury City Council approved a petition from the Bridge Street History Center to rename the Lake Granbury Conference Center after the late David Southern.

Hood County residents will soon be able to apply for several different positions during Granbury Independent School District’s yearly job fair from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, April 6, at the Granbury ISD Administration Building.

The Hood County Commissioners Court presented two proclamations declaring April both Child Abuse Prevention Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month in Hood County, during a regularly-scheduled meeting March 12.

Joshua Morrison may have just found some of the perfect therapists for veterans suffering from PTSD — and all they require is love.

District Judge Bryan Bufkin officially appointed Roberta Zamarron to be the new district clerk for Hood County on Tuesday, March 12. Zamarron will fill the position previously held by Tonna Hitt …

The Hood County Commissioners Court unanimously approved the placement of a memorial plaque honoring Tonna Hitt Newman at the Ralph H. Walton Jr. Justice Center, during a regularly scheduled meeting …

Children have a vastly different upbringing now compared to when their parents were growing up, as the advance in technology has created an entirely new normal. But how do we bridge this …

Hood County residents and visitors alike will soon be able to view a significant piece of Texas history right here in Granbury. During a regularly scheduled meeting of the Hood County …

The Hood County Commissioners Court declared March 29 Welcome Home Vietnam Veteran’s Day in the county during a regularly scheduled meeting March 12. “We have one more …

Community leader Julia Pannell may not be the Friends of Memorial Lane chairman anymore, but she still calls it her “baby.” Pannell officially stepped down as chairman during the USS Arizona Dedication & Remembrance Ceremony in December, naming Laura Fisher as her successor.

Tyson Tarpley said simply after the game, “I didn’t want to go out a loser.” Much like a swear word, that’s just not one that’s used around Lipan very often. …

Granbury family Chris and Emily Willis wish to thank the community for their generosity and assistance in daughter, Gabriellah's fight for cancer.

Over the course of three months, three Lipan High School band students have made history for the district. Kerstin Hill, Rhett Pasket and Max Robinson made a name for themselves.

In a matter of moments, the Lipan Indians went from heartbreak to ecstasy. Meanwhile, their opponents, the New Home Leopards, had celebration replaced with the suddenness of a season coming to an …

Hood County students showed their pride in Texas with a record 171 entries for the Student Texas History Fair this year. The Student Texas History Fair is an event held every year around …

The Calvary Church of Granbury is hosting a blood drive on Wednesday, March 13, from 12-6 p.m. in The Way Room at 4800 Glen Rose Highway.  Individuals who give blood during March 1-24 will …

The Hood County Sheriff’s Office is mourning the loss of a “long-time member of its family,” following the passing of Hood County Jail Corrections Officer Dusty Wren Thursday, Feb. …

The Granbury ISD school board held its first town hall-style meeting, allowing members of the public to speak on any topic of their choosing, followed by discussion directly with the board Feb. 26.

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