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Trial begins in fatal hit-and-run
Testimony began Wednesday in the jury trial of a man accused of a fatal hit-and-run accident on Tin Top Highway northwest of Granbury on Feb. 12, 2017. A passerby found former model and hairdresser Martine Ann Turrey, 46, dead on the side of the road. Almost seven months later a suspect turned himse
Granbury Golden Chick to open Monday; jobs available
The new Granbury Golden Chick, located at 1160 E. Hwy. 377, will open Monday. Owner Jim Stevens has hired about 25 people, but is looking for 10 more, plus another 10 for his Acton location. To apply, stop by the Granbury restaurant, where training for new workers is underway, between 10 a.m. and 5
Another chase ends with suspect wrecking
A law enforcement chase ended Monday morning when a suspect wrecked his vehicle after hitting a mailbox and losing control, authorities said. It was the second car chase in five days in Hood County.
Living Christmas Cards on Saturday only
The Granbury Living Christmas Cards program on the square will be presented Saturday only. With a wind advisory issued for Thursday and Friday, organizers will play it safe. “While weather conditions are looking favorable for Friday night, wind gusts and rain during the day will prevent us from sett
Man sentenced for stealing car, hitting owner with it
A San Diego man will be doing time in a Texas prison after stealing a Killeen man’s car and then hitting him with it, according to a court official. Fredrick D. Rice, 25, “was sentenced to eight years in prison on the charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon,” a second-degree felony, said B
Victim of RV fire death identified
The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office identified the victim of a Sunday RV fire as Skyanne Daniels, 26, of Grand Prairie. The cause of her death remains pending, according to records.
Texas Man Arrested for Telling Kids Santa Is Not Real
Grinch, Scrooge, and then this guy as the villains of Christmas. You have these adults going around trying to ruin Christmas fun. We all know Santa is real. We see him every year, but some adults have to be a Grinch this time of year. Today I introduce you to Aaron Urbanski the Texas Grinch of 2018.
Jackets fall in Granbury, 61-57
In a back-and-forth battle between former district counterparts, the Granbury Pirates prevailed over the Cleburne Yellow Jackets, 61-57, in a non-district showdown Tuesday night.
Guests tour homes in spite of cold, wet weather
Rain or shine, Granbury – A Candlelight Tour goes on! Braving the wintry weather, guests toured homes Friday and Saturday during the annual event sponsored by the Historic Granbury Merchants Association.
Pirates beat Cleburne behind Dudley’s 26
The Granbury Pirates beat Cleburne 61-57 at home Tuesday in their final game before the district slate begins. Cade Dudley scored 26 points to lead all scorers. Micah Tucker had 18 and Michael Withey scored 15.
Lady Pirates lose on last-second shot
The Granbury Lady Pirates lost their district opener 48-46 to Everman Tuesday. Everman hit a layup as time expired to beat the Lady Pirates. Granbury is now 0-1 in District 5-5A. The Lady Pirates play at Burleson Friday.
Deadline for Senior Angel Tree gifts is Thursday
If you adopted an angel from the Angel Tree at the Hood County Senior Center, don’t forget that Thursday (Dec. 13) is the deadline to turn in gifts. They can be dropped off between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the Center, located at 501 E. Moore St.
Fort Hood ‘Brave Rifles’ commander briefs press on ongoing operations in Iraq
The 3rd Cavalry commander said there were some major successes of the Iraqi Security Forces against the remnants of ISIS fighters remaining in scattered pockets throughout Iraq, a year after the Iraqi government’s declaration that the terror group’s physical “caliphate” had been destroyed.
City agreement with Fort Hood to pay for runway maintenance
In a first-of-its-kind agreement with Fort Hood, Killeen’s regional airport is steps away from a public-private partnership to improve pavement markings on the facility’s shared runway — bringing around $517,000 per year in revenue to the city.
You Won’t Want To Drive Through The Most Haunted Town In Texas At Night Or Alone
We all know at least some parts of Texas are haunted. It only makes sense to assume so given our state’s extensive history. Not many people would expect Granbury, a charming town of less than 10,000 residents, to be rife with paranormal activity, however several buildings in its downtown square are
Local leaders react to Trump naming Milley as next joint chiefs chairman
Killeen-Fort Hood area military experts said Monday they were pleased with President Donald J. Trump’s pick of current Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Milley as the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Charges pending against woman involved in deadly crash
A woman who was driving a pickup that struck the back of an SUV, resulting in the deaths of two children, could likely face charges in the coming days. DPS spokesman Dub Gillum confirmed Tuesday that Alyssa Litwin, 33, could be charged in the deadly accident that occurred Monday, Dec. 3, just north
GTC offers extra performances of “A Christmas Carol”
The Granbury Theatre Company is offering weeknight performances of its holiday show “A Christmas Carol” on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 18-20. These shows are in addition to the standard weekend performances, which are 7:30 p.m. Fridays, 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. Th
Lady Pirates hang with Bell
The Granbury Lady Pirates lost 62-47 Friday at L.D. Bell, the No. 25 team in Class 6A. Granbury led 29-22 at the half, and head coach Steve Schmidt said the first three quarters were some of the best basketball the Lady Pirates have played all year.
Cowboys star Amari Cooper excels on and off the field. Just ask this military family.
JOSHUA — It's no secret that Dallas Cowboys newcomer Amari Cooper is becoming a fan-favorite on the field. His dazzling performance in Sunday's win has the wide receiver fulfilling the holiday prayers of die-hard fans across North Texas.