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    Granby, Missouri - A Great Place to Live!

    Welcome to the home of Granby, Missouri, on the world wide web. We are so glad that you have stopped by and we invite you to "kick your shoes off" and stay around a while. Have a look around our ever-changing website, and find out some of what Granby is all about.

    The natural beauty and bounty of wild life and fresh water that drew the Osage still draws people to Granby. Granby offers the benefits of quiet neighborhoods, down-to-earth community values, good schools and lots of churches, all with a wealth of world-class entertainment, recreation, employment and educational opportunities everywhere.

    The entire region has enjoyed nearly two decades of sustained growth in industry, agriculture and tourism. With its location on US Highway 60, Granby is a gateway to the Ozark`s playground. Opportunity beckons for enterprising people to take advantage of the traffic, the low real estate prices, excellent labor, and beautiful climate.

    We invite you to become a part of our on-line community and share with us something that has been around for 150 years and is still growing. Discover what Granby is all about and how we treasure our unique lead-mining history. If you are interested in bringing industry to the area or are thinking about starting your own business, be sure to get in touch with the Granby Economic Development Committee. Also, don`t forget to visit our grade "A" school district and surrounding colleges and universities.

    New Hours for the Recycling Center

    Tuesdays 10am - 6pm
    Thursdays 8am - 2pm
    Saturdays 8am - 4pm

    Allen Barbre's Hometown Offers Honor
    All The News That's Fit to Print The Granby Economic Development Committee, in conjunction with the city of Granby, is embarking on a quest to honor one of our citizens who has achieved national recognition. Allen Barbre is a 2003 graduate of East Newton High School, and grew up in Granby. Two of his young local fans, Kathryn and Kendace Patterson, suggested the city erect signs at the city limits noting Granby as the home of Allen Barbre of the Green Bay Packers.

    Read on for more...

    Posted by awflint on Tuesday, March 04 @ 15:15:45 UTC (5523 reads)
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    Granby Christmas Parade
    All The News That's Fit to PrintThe 2007 Granby Christmas Parade is scheduled for Saturday, Nov 24th at 6:00pm along Main Street.
    Posted by awflint on Thursday, November 22 @ 12:04:29 UTC (3550 reads)
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    Mural work Progressing
    All The News That's Fit to Print
    Work continues on the Granby mining mural painted by Dan McWilliams as the winning entry for the 1st annual Thomas Hart Benton Festival. Take a peek and see how things are progressing!


    Come by the mural Tuesday evening, May 29, 2007 at 5:30pm for the official unveiling! Special guest speakers, refreshments and fun!
    Posted by awflint on Tuesday, April 03 @ 09:30:40 UTC (4328 reads)
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    Granby Museum Opens New Exhibit
    General AnnouncementsAnonymous writes "Dec. 2, at 3:00, following the Christmas Parade, the Granby Museum will host an event to open the new lead mine replica.

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    Posted by awflint on Thursday, November 30 @ 21:29:48 UTC (7709 reads)
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    Granby Christmas Parade
    General AnnouncementsAnonymous writes "Dec. 2-Granby Christmas Parade begins at 2:00.

    For information on entering the parade, contact City Hall.
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    Posted by awflint on Thursday, November 30 @ 21:29:20 UTC (4104 reads)
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    Notices: Fund established to start Work on Benton Mural
    General AnnouncementsThe Granby Economic Development Committe (GEDC) has established The Granby Museum Mural Fund at Community Bank & Trust, and will be accepting donations to help with the Thomas Hart Benton mural project on the wall of the Miner`s Museum.

    Posted by awflint on Thursday, November 30 @ 21:15:25 UTC (8340 reads)
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    Why Come to Granby?
    Watch a video about Granby! Approx. 11 minutes long.

    Why Come to Granby?
     
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    Newton County Tourism Council
    The Newton County Tourism Council exists to unite and promote the vast array of outstanding attractions within Newton County into a premier visitor destination that results in a vibrant tourism industry. Visit their website to learn more!
     
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