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An interlocal meeting was held at Granbury City Hall to bring together local officials from across the county to discuss several topics on Feb. 1.

During a regularly scheduled Granbury ISD board of trustees meeting, the board voted to adopt a new grade point average calculation that will go into effect for current eighth graders who will soon begin their freshman year.

After placing second in the University Interscholastic League (UIL) Cross-Examination (CX) district meet Friday, Jan. 19, Granbury High School sophomore Maddie Neal and freshman Carmen Wright officially qualified for the UIL state meet set for March 11-16 at the University of Texas at Austin.

Granbury High School students showed off their scholarly abilities, placing second at Joshua High School’s UIL Academic Invitational Meet Saturday, Jan. 20. The University Interscholastic …

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.

Hood County residents filled the Twin Canyons Ranch venue Monday night to ask questions and voice their concerns regarding the constant fan noise emanating from the Bitcoin mining data center — a problem that has been ongoing for the past year.

The Wiley Center was packed to capacity as several community members braved the cold for the Hood County Republican Women’s Club candidate forum Jan. 17.

A Granbury resident recently went viral on social media after his heroic act of saving a dog from an iced-over pond.

Granbury had a special visitor Jan. 23 when United States Congressman Roger Williams came to brief some Hood County Officials on border security.

The Paluxy River Children’s Advocacy Center hosted an informational event to spread awareness regarding human trafficking and particularly child trafficking Jan. 18 at the Acton Methodist Church as part of human trafficking awareness month

The Voice of Granbury contestants came in clutch Jan. 18, providing Hood County with an entertaining, show-stopping and fierce competition — with only one vote separating the first- and second-place winners.

Detective Chris Cogdill officially retired from the Granbury Police Department after having served in law enforcement for 25 years.

Students at Brawner Elementary in Granbury were relocated due to a gas leak in the area.

A group of disabled veterans is hoping to reach more veterans in need of assistance and raise funds to help those in need.

On Jan. 12, the Hood County Hospital District Board (HCHD) held a three-hour meeting where the possibility of a hospital district tax was presented to Hood County residents. These community members were able to learn more about the potential tax as well as share their input.

A free program that can assist Hood County residents with tax preparation officially returns Monday, Feb. 5. 

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.

No injuries were reported following a flash fire at local mechanic shop, Expert Automotive Solutions at 106 Pirate Dr. Monday morning, as two men reportedly escaped unharmed.

Mr. and Mrs. Claus have packed up their sleigh and closed Santa House for the holiday season, with the festive duo spreading joy to a total of 6,445 guests this Christmas season alone. 

Shirley Hooks, a prominent Granbury resident and former Century 21 real estate agent, passed away on Sunday, Jan. 14 at the age of 80.

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