Hood County received confirmation of its 11th COVID-19 case on Monday, according to Hood County Health Authority Dr. David Blocker. The virus transmission was travel related, he said.
The spouse of a Granbury ISD child nutrition worker has tested positive for COVID-19.
The start of the work week calls for a chance of showers in the morning and a chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon. The high is expected to reach 72.
Chamber president and CEO Mike Scott is urging small business owners to apply early for the Small Business Administration's disaster loans (EIDL) and Paycheck Protection Program PPP) because there
The Hood County YMCA, with help from local providers, is distributing evening meals to families with children age 18 or younger.
The COVID-19 virus is a tragic happening in the United States and around the world.
Working remotely and feeling safe tucked away in your home office?
Hate to tell you this, but you may not be as safe as you think.
Has anyone wondered in the last few days how a country with the most expensive health care system in the world could be so illprepared for the COVID-19 pandemic that has struck and now threatens a
What a better way to relax during these stressful times than a trip to the lake? Boaters and anglers are taking to the water to soak up some sunshine and test their luck when casting a line.
Many folks focus on slabs, crappie or – as they call them in Louisiana – sac-alait in the spring.
The Lake Granbury Area Shrine Club Annual Golf Tournament is postponed until Monday, Oct. 5 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two golfers gained bragging rights at the Pecan Plantation County Club when they made aces. Gwen Ware made a 139-yard shot to a hole-in-one in hole No.
The University Interscholastic League basketball season is, technically, still ongoing – the boys state championship tournament was suspended after the Class 3A semifinals last week, and no makeup
At the end of the fishing day for those keeping fish, cleaning your catches is the usually perceived as a negative experience.
Three Lipan Lady Indians were named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches Class 1 A All-State team.
If this were a normal year, the Granbury Lady Pirate soccer team would be starting its playoff run, golf and tennis squads across the county would be gearing up for district meets, and baseball and