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
Walking, jogging, biking and yes even fishing is an option during this stay-home period.
Burglars might think this is their chance to clean out businesses.
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 worldwide recession if not worse?
Working remotely and feeling safe tucked away in your home office?
The COVID-19 virus is a tragic happening in the United States and around the world.
The Hood County YMCA, with help from local providers, is distributing evening meals to families with children age 18 or younger.
Lakeside Baptist Church will partner with “The Promise” on a special video presentation that can be viewed online on the evening of Easter Sunday, April 12.
Hood County News Publisher Jerry Tidwell was in his office when a concerning letter to the editor was brought to his attention.
Dog walkers and other Hood Countians enjoyed watching a glorious sunset Wednesday. People were seen sitting in lawn chairs outside just quietly watching the splendid spectacle, perhaps reflecting on what matters most in life during these trying times in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. ROGER ENLOW
County Attorney Matt Mills has requested an attorney general opinion on the legality of state and local emergency orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 claimed its first Hood County resident on Thursday.
For many people whose employment was affected by the coronavirus, Wednesday was the first day that rent was due while a pandemic grips the country.
A ninth Hood County resident has been diagnosed with COVID-19, according to Hood County Health Authority Dr. David Blocker. As of 4 p.m.
Longtime Hood County News Publisher Jerry Tidwell has retired after spending 47 years in the newspaper industry, the last 41 at the HCN.
Hood County Court at Law prospective jurors do not have to report Monday, April 20.
Utility companies have indicated a willingness to work with customers whose ability to pay has been affected by the pandemic.
Hood County reported its first COVID-19 death. A man in his 60s with preexisting health complications died Thursday, according to Hood County Public Health Authority Dr. David Blocker.
The Hood County YMCA, in partnership with local providers, is distributing free Grab & Go dinners for families from 4-6 p.m. at the Y facility located at 1475 James Road.
Two more COVID-19 cases have been confirmed, pushing the total to eight in Hood County. The announcement was made Wednesday night by Hood County Public Health Authority Dr. David Blocker.
Burglars might think this is prime time to make clean sweeps. Better think again. Granbury police have stepped up their patrol of buildings.
The Hood County News has taken down its paywall for the time being so that everyone, not just subscribers, can view COVID-19 articles.
Not being a farm boy I can’t speak to this with authority, but I believe early winter was hog killing time. Even though that time is past, I want to address the issue of killing sacred cows. Religion has more than enough of them anyway. The Word of God is awesome! It has all the power we’ll ever need for any situation in our lives. “For the Word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.” Hebrews 4:12. All we have to do is mix it with faith, and praise God.
These are uncertain times.
The Granbury School Board tabled construction projects at Baccus, Brawner and Mambrino elementary schools because bids were over budget.