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Monday, January 08, 2018
When you turn on a faucet right now in your Granbury home or business, the water is most likely coming from the City’s newly-opened Surface Water Treatment Plant. The new plant’s capacity is 2.5 MGD (million gallons of water per day) using microfiltration and reverse osmosis methods that treat the water in Lake Granbury. The City’s previous water treatment facility (which has now been more
Categories: Press Release, Community
Wednesday, December 20, 2017
Each year, the Chamber of Commerce celebrates those individuals and businesses that embody the business excellence and exceptional community service we have come to expect from Granbury and Hood County. Nominations are now being accepted for the various awards: Howard Clemmons Distinguished Service Award Business Man of the Year Business Woman of the Year Cornerstone Business Large Business more
Categories: Chamber, Press Release, Community
Monday, December 11, 2017
On Friday, December 8, City of Granbury hosted its annual employee awards luncheon at the Granbury Resort Conference Center. During the event, City Manager Chris Coffman recognized several employees for specific honors and milestone years of service. Granbury Police Department Patrol Sergeant Jeremy Ballew was named 2017 Employee of the Year. Sergeant Ballew has been with the police department more
Categories: Community, Press Release
Monday, December 11, 2017
Granbury School Superintendent Jim Largent announced Monday that he will challenge Mike Lang of Granbury for the District 60 House of Representatives seat. Lang is seeking a second term. “I am very concerned that too many politicians today are taking marching orders from powerful special interests and no longer represent the people who elected them,” Largent said. “When politicians care more more
Categories: General News Article, Community, Press Release
Friday, December 01, 2017
When Vance Christie came to Weatherford College in the fall of 2016 he had three goals for the agriculture department: to develop its transfer curriculum, improve the college farm facility and create competitive teams. One year later, he has made great strides in accomplishing each of the goals and has nearly doubled the number of students in the program. From fall 2016 to fall 2017, the ag more
Categories: Education, Community, Press Release
Monday, November 20, 2017
Congressman Mike Conaway (R-22) conducted a town hall today in Granbury at the City Hall Council Chambers and the Chamber of Commerce was proud to be in attendance. Several topics were discussed and concerns were voiced by local residents, including the current Tax Cut and Jobs Act bill. This bill has been approved by the House and is currently in play in the Senate.   “According to the U.S. more
Categories: Economic, Chamber, Press Release

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