Due to a recent ruling by the US District Court, the North Texas Employer Health Plan Cooperative is temporarily suspended. United Health Care will be honoring all qualified quoted plans up to March 27, 2019.

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Friday, May 17, 2019
In a statement released today, May 17th, the City of Granbury and Visit Granbury (the City's Convention & Visitor's Bureau) announced that Granbury has officially been named the Best Historic Small Town in the nation by USA Today. There were 20 finalists in the online poll which was presented to the public for voting under the annual 10Best Readers' Choice Travel Award. Granbury received the more
Categories: Community, Chamber, Press Release
Monday, May 06, 2019
Local business leaders are invited to the kickoff of Weatherford College’s newest endeavor, Corporate College, at 8 a.m. Wednesday, May 22, in Texas Hall of the Alkek Fine Arts Center. “Corporate College was created to work with the business community to offer relevant and effective training to support the unique training needs of local companies,” said Hayden Harbold, coordinator of workforce more
Categories: Education, Press Release
Thursday, May 02, 2019
After 56 years as a local lender, Bob Glenn is moving into investments — helping donors invest in the lives of students. Glenn, president of the Weatherford College Foundation, has retired from his position as executive vice president of Plains Capital Bank. On Wednesday, he moved into his new office on the second floor of WC’s E.W. Mince Administration Building where he will spend two or three more
Categories: Education, Press Release
Monday, April 29, 2019
Eight Weatherford College rodeo team members are advancing to the College National Finals Rodeo after their final competition of the season, the Tarleton State University Rodeo, held in Stephenville this past weekend. This is the 15th consecutive year for Coyote athletes to represent WC at the CNFR, and it’s the largest group of qualifiers yet. Both the men and women’s rodeo teams finished more
Categories: Press Release, Education
Friday, April 19, 2019
In the special "Wildflowers of Texas" edition of Texas Highways magazine, released earlier this month, Granbury and the surrounding area was highlighted as the place to visit this year! Among the many wonderful locales that were featured were The Granbury Cabins at Windy Ridge, Acton Nature Center, Elizabeth Crockett's grave (Acton State Historic Site), and Revolver Brewing. To read the entire more
Categories: Community, Chamber, Press Release
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
On Tuesday, April 9th, representatives from Senator Ted Cruz's office visited Granbury on a constituent fact-finding excursion. Christine Babcock, North Texas Regional Director, and Sydnie Long, Constituent Outreach Liaison, made their first stop at the Granbury Chamber's office on Highway 377. They were greeted by board chairman Mike Loter, CEO Mike Scott,members of the board and staff.  Many more
Categories: Chamber, Press Release, Community
Tuesday, April 09, 2019
USA Today recently posted their Best Of awards for various categories, and Granbury is nominated once again for Best Historic Small Town. There are 20 nominees in this year's running, including Abilene, KS; Deadwood, SD; Cody, WY; Natchitoches, LA; and, Williamsburg, VA. Each town has big history and small populations (less than 30,000 people) making them fun and interesting places to more
Categories: Chamber, Press Release, Community
Monday, March 25, 2019
Rifle team members of the Granbury Marine Corps JROTC took top honors as the National Champions at the JROTC Air Rifle Championships held at the Civilian Marksmanship Program Competition Center-South in Anniston, Alabama on March 21-23, 2019.   Philip Becker, Allison Henry, M’Leah Lambdin, Clarissa Layland, Jakob Rankin, Elizabeth Plecity, Alexis De La Pena and Makenize Sheffield represented more
Categories: Education, Press Release
Friday, March 22, 2019
The Weatherford College Board of Trustees approved tuition rates for the 2019-20 academic year during their meeting Thursday afternoon. In-district (Parker County) tuition will increase by $4 per semester hour, or 5 percent, bringing the total rate to $89 per semester hour. Tuition will also increase for out-of-district students by $11 to $143 per hour, for out-of-district Wise County by $6 to more
Categories: Education, Press Release

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