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A 37-year-old Granbury woman is facing a second-degree felony methamphetamine charge after being arrested Nov. 22 by members of the Hood County Sheriff’s Office Street Crimes Unit conducting a…

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The Hood County Elections Commission voted unanimously to offer the job of elections administrator to an elections official currently working in Arizona.

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When the Christmas parade was canceled last year due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, many felt like the Grinch had stolen Christmas. This year will be different.

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Forget 2022. Sources report that the much-needed Cresson bypass won't be finished until late 2023.

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The State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH) has scheduled a preliminary hearing for Monday, Dec. 13 on the city's wastewater treatment plant application, which has been met with opposition. 

Hood County's new congressman is coming to town to meet with constituents on Tuesday, Nov. 9.

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COVID-19 numbers are looking better, but there are once again no beds available in Lake Granbury Medical Center's ICU.

The Hood County District Clerk’s Office has announced that jury duty for Monday, Oct. 25 has been canceled.

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With its hands tied on a second sewer plant, Granbury expands its development ban, affecting $250 million in economic development.

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COVID-19 cases increase a bit over a week's time while the number hospitalized remains the same.

The Hood County Commissioners Court on Tuesday voted in favor of Precinct 3 Commissioner Jack Wilson’s request to make space at county Annex 3 for the return of a Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) driver’s license office.

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Under fire despite kudos for her work in the 2020 election, Elections Administrator Michele Carew has submitted a letter of resignation, saying that she will never work elections again.

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The number of active COVID-19 cases in Hood County has dropped significantly, but the week brought seven more deaths.

For months, Precinct 3 Commissioner Jack Wilson has worked with state officials to open a driver's license office in Granbury - and a full-service facility in a brand new building by 2024.

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With an election just weeks away, the Granbury City Council heeded City Manager Chris Coffman's advice to delay action on his contract to avoid the appearance of politics impacting its decision.

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The number of COVID-19 cases in Hood County dropped over the past week, but there were five additional related deaths.

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According to the latest update from Hood County Emergency Management Coordinator Jay Webster, as of Thursday afternoon (Sept. 2) the county had 655 active cases of COVID-19.

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Despite cryptic comments to the Commissioners Court, Republican Party Chair David Fischer tells the HCN that the party will likely have no choice but to contract with the elections administrator he has tried to oust.

With COVID-19 having impacted many people financially, the Commissioners Court this week scrapped plans to give themselves and all other county elected officials a 3% pay raise for the upcoming fiscal year.