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Standardized testing and its measuring practices in Texas have been called into question again after a recent article published in Texas Monthly (www.texasmonthly.com/news/texas-kids-failing-staar-tests-rigged/). The article alluded there seemed to be an anomaly occurring in classrooms throu…

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Granger High School hosted its graduation ceremony Saturday, June 1, at the Taylor Main Events Center.

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As testing season ends, Granger ISD prepares in-depth improvement plans while seeing high scores.

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Standardized testing and its measuring practices in Texas have been called into question again after a recent article published in Texas Monthly (www.texasmonthly.com/news/texas-kids-failing-staar-tests-rigged/). The article alluded there seemed to be an anomaly occurring in classrooms throu…

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The Granger city elections on May 4 this year will have spots for two 3-year terms and one 1-year term.

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GRANGER - The Granger city council will have a decision to make soon after the chief of police, Bob Shelton, resigned last week.

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The Granger American Legion Fred L. Stanley Post #282 held a specially called meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 29, at Ss. Cyril & Methodius Hall with 18 people in attendance. The meeting was opened with a prayer led by Chaplin Dan Wolf followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.

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AUSTIN — The Texas Historical Commission (THC) has designated Granger, Mesquite and the Emancipation Avenue/Historic Third Ward district of Houston as incoming 2019 official Texas Main Street cities. The announcement was made October 24 at the THC’s quarterly commission meeting in Laredo, Texas.

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To coincide with a shutout victory over Somerville Friday night, Granger High School crowned Michael Hirstius and Melissa Viveros homecoming king and queen.

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Granger High School will celebrate homecoming Friday night, and the royal candidates have been announced.

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The two people on board a Hughes H369FF helicopter when it crashed into a cotton field south of Granger Tuesday have been identified.

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Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody assured people there is no danger to the community after a woman was found dead in her home Tuesday night.

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Granger Superintendent Randy Willis looked up at the name over the library, and smile. It's not his name, but the name of someone who precedes his time at Granger ISD - Margaret Vrana.

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GRANGER – Bryan Hadley and his production company, Blossom Tree Communications, rolled into Granger, on the morning of Sunday, Nov. 12, to shoot several scenes for an upcoming movie titled, “He Be She Be.”

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Granger City Hall, currently located on Highway #95 at the temporary location of 303 South Commerce Street in Granger, will close at 4 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 16.

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Granger Superintendent Randy Willis has been invited to join the 2016–17 Commissioner’s Accountability Policy Advisory Committee (APAC).

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Williamson County Sheriff's officials are investigating the robbery this morning of the Granger National Bank.

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Granger High School crowned Mikayla Larremore and Noah Springfield homecoming queen and king at Friday night’s game. Larremore is the daughter of Rachael and Shawn Newsom and Will and Justine Larremore. Springfield is the son of Lynn and Stephanie Springfield. Freshman Jamie Pustejovsky was …

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At long last, we know who will give speeches at graduation this year as area schools have named valedictorians and salutatorians for the class of 2016.

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The Memorial Dedication for City Marshall Henry J. Lindsey and Constable Sam Moore, both killed in the Line of Duty Feb. 15, 1934, while serving the citizens of Granger will be held Saturday, Sept. 12 at 10 a.m. outside of the Granger National Bank Building located at 201 W. Davilla Street i…

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The Texas Education Agency (TEA) released the 2015 accountability ratings for schools in Texas, and area schools came out looking pretty good. The ratings include more than 1,200 school districts and charters, for more than 8,600 campuses throughout the state.

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