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Thursday, February 08, 2018
The Chamber of Commerce has once again placed in the top tier of chambers in North Texas, joining such prestigious chambers as Fort Worth, Grapevine, Arlington, and NE Tarrant in the top 5. The listing was published this month by the Fort Worth Business Press in their “Book of Lists.” The chambers are ranked by number of business members, with the Granbury Chamber coming it at just under 900. more
Categories: Chamber, Press Release
Thursday, February 01, 2018
There were big changes for Granbury High School when the University Interscholastic League announced new athletic districts on February 1, 2018.   The announcement was part of the UIL’s biennial reclassification and realignment process used to determine athletic and academic competition districts for the 2018-19 and 2019-20 school years.For football only, the Pirates will compete in the new more
Categories: Education, Press Release
Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Dallas attorney Scott Summy and his wife, Lenna, have donated $100,000 to Tarleton State University to create an endowed scholarship for students planning a legal career.   Nationally and reverentially known as “The Water Lawyer,” Scott Summy has successfully represented thousands of individuals and public entities against corporate giants responsible for environmental contamination since more
Categories: Education, Press Release
Monday, January 22, 2018
You may have noticed a new publication in businesses, hotels, and offices around Granbury this month. It’s the 2018 edition of the Granbury Chamber Area Guide and Membership Directory…the Official Guide of Granbury. The Chamber publishes the annual Area Guide each January and distributes to many locations throughout Granbury and Hood County, and nearly 6,000 copies are mailed or handed out in more
Categories: Chamber, Press Release
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

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