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Animal Control in need of help

Hood County Animal Control is in need of donations of kitty litter and bleach. The shelter is located at 1550 Weatherford Highway, and the...

City’s finance department honored – again

The city of Granbury's Finance Department routinely receives awards, and it has just racked up another one: the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) Distinguished...

Let’s get this party started

After rave reviews last year, the Granbury Chamber of Commerce has scheduled another free concert in conjunction with the 4th of July festivities. This...

Assistant city manager achieves certification

Granbury's assistant city manager, Michael Ross, has become a Certified Public Manager (CPM) after completing an 18-month training program for public managers and supervisors....

4th of July parade and vendor applications are due

If you haven’t already, it’s time to submit your application for the 4th of July Hometown Parade. With up to 80 entries, the parade is...

Animal Control has unique pet in need of a home

Hood County Animal Control has a potbelly pig in need of a home. The pig is about 10 months old and has been neutered...

Diane Coble and other artists recognized by Lake Granbury Art Association

Lake Granbury Art Association has named Diane Coble as June’s Artist of the Month with her painting titled “Short Horn.” Her painting will be...

One fatality, two with serious injuries following collision

A head on collision about 5 p.m. Wednesday claimed the life of a Granbury man, and two others are in serious condition in Fort...
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