Enjoy sunny skies this week with the highs in the upper 80s. Rain chances return Sunday with a 50 percent chance of thunderstorms and 60 percent chance on Monday.
“Memorial Day isn’t just about honoring veterans; it’s honoring those who paid the ultimate sacrifice,” said Julia Pannell, chair of the Friends of Memorial Lane Foundation.
Take it a step further when children play in the dirt. Teach them how to plant vegetables and flowers and watch their world expand.
The Rise and Grind gathering was a little different Friday morning. Citizens and merchants gathered at the Lake Granbury Conference Center for coffee, donuts and social distancing.
Hood County is holding steady with no new COVID-19 cases reported, according to Hood County Public Health Authority Dr. David Blocker.
Save the tax on the purchase of certain water- and energy-efficient products Saturday through Monday, May 23-25.
The deadline to register to vote in the July 14 runoff is Monday, June 15. The Elections Administration office at 1410 W. Pearl St.
The Hood County Libary has begun offering print services.
After a rainy Saturday the sun is expected to shine Sunday with temperatures in the mid-80s. The next chance of rain is the following Sunday.
How would you like to have a beer or wine with your movie?
The Hood County Library will reopen Monday with limited services.
Fishing tactics for catching striped or hybrid striped bass are very similar.
As Texas prepares to reopen more businesses on Monday, SouthWest Water Company provides tips for flushing pipes in large facilities.
The Pecan Plantation Woman’s Club (PPWC) currently has a membership drive underway for the 2020-2021 club year.
The Hood County News invited local businesses to offer special deals to graduating seniors and their families to commemorate the first graduation ceremony held in Granbury in years. Most offers are good June 4-7.
The COVID-19 pandemic closed Paradise Bistro & Coffee Co. on the square because of lack of revenue during the shutdown.
Good news: You and your pasty white legs can finally get out of the house and soak up some sun.
The COVID-19 pandemic is taking an unprecedented toll on the United States economy.
The town of Tolar is planning a parade to honor its 55 graduating seniors. Social distancing will be maintained, according to organizer Jennifer Morris.
A basketball game played on the TV. Nurses and visitors passed through the hall outside the open door of the assisted living center room.
The vehicle registration office in Granbury will reopen to the public on Monday, but the satellite office in Acton will remain closed for the foreseeable future.
Most people who have taken a financial hit during the pandemic probably reacted by tightening their belts.
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