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NCTA roars back to beat Weatherford Christian

The NCTA Pioneers trailed 42-16 in the second quarter against Weatherford Christian but scored 48 in a row and won 64-48 on Friday. Nash Siachitema...

Let’s talk about sexual harassment, abuse: part 1

Hood County women joined thousands of people across the country using social media to spread awareness about sexual harassment this week. Spurred by the message...

City orders additional lighted Christmas displays

For the first time, lighted Christmas decorations may be placed in Lambert Branch Park at Rucker and North Brazos streets, according to Parks Director...

Brazos Chamber Orchestra presenting fall concert

  For the fall concert, the Brazos Chamber Orchestra will change up its usual full orchestra instrumentation to feature the string section and percussion, while the...

Tolar band program alive and well

The Tolar High School Band program is very much alive after its show "Day of the Dead" wowed judges in the Class 3A regional...

Reactions mixed on Boy Scout decision

Earlier in October, Boy Scouts of America announced it would allow girls to join Cub Scout Troop for the 2018 year. Girls would either...

Deadline approaching for Christmas for Children applications

The deadline to submit applications to Hood County Christmas for Children is Friday, Nov. 3. Applications in both English and Spanish can be downloaded and printed....

Granbury volleyball loses; Tolar earns first win

The Granbury Lady Pirates lost their third district match of the season at home against Everman Friday. Granbury fell in five sets 31-29, 19-25, 25-19,...
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