As of Saturday evening, Hood County had 41 active cases of COVID-19, according to Hood County Public Health Authority Dr. David Blocker. Numbers have climbed steadily over the past week.
A 52-year-old Granbury man died in a motorcycle crash late Friday morning on FM Road 4 one mile south of Acton, the highway patrol said. Robert G. Fozkos was pronounced dead at the scene.
Despite a spike in COVID-19 cases, the city of Granbury did not cancel the fly-in pancake breakfast planned for 8-10 a.m. Saturday at the Granbury Regional Airport, 400 Howard Clemons Road.
The July 14 primary election runoff, delayed from May due to the coronavirus pandemic, will finally decide two seats on the Commissioners Court as well as who will represent District 60 in the Texas House of Representatives.
I have written several articles on how noise can help or hinder you on the water.
Granbury resident and member of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd Leslie Guinn was ordained to the priesthood.
GREAT DAY ON LAKE: From left: Anglers David Watkins, Johnny Thompson, Clarence Thompson and Zadia Thompson enjoyed their day on Lake Granbury recently. Several nice fish were brought in the boat.
Gary and Carolyn Merritt of Granbury are celebrating 50 years of marriage. The two were married on June 25, 1970 in Lubbock. In 1984 they settled in Granbury where Gary worked as an electrical contractor, and Carolyn was a rural postal carrier for 17 years. The couple has two sons and five grandchildren. Gary and Carolyn plan to celebrate this weekend with a backyard BBQ with their closest loved ones.
Sheriff’s office deputies conducted a traffic stop last Saturday about 1 p.m. at Brook Valley Street and Pecan Valley Drive in Oak Trail Shores.
Pecaners will celebrate America’s Independence Day next Friday with festivities lasting from 5:30 to 10 p.m.
Early voting for the July 14th primary election runoff will begin Monday.
Rookie Granbury School Board member Bob Swearingen has resigned following a controversial photo on his Facebook page showing what appears to be a yoga coach inappropriately touching two females in class.
City, county and chamber officials made a joint decision Thursday to cancel the 4th of July parade for the second time.
Kids have been having fun lots of fun participating in the Hood County Library’s summer reading program “Imagine Your Story,” reports Assistant Library Director and Youth Librarian Diana “Cookie” Haun. The library has offered story-times and activities online due to the coronavirus, and have made it easy for families to practice social distancing when picking up materials. Pictured in the photos from left to right are: Skylen, Kase and Dylen Hayworth; Phoenix Cray; and Titus, Naviah, Xara, John Mark and Creed Atwood.
An Arlington man was arrested in connection with the death of a former Granbury woman found in a plastic container floating in Kentucky Lake last Saturday night.
COVID-19 cases have spiked in Hood County, resulting in “numerous” hospitalizations, according to Hood County Public Health Authority Dr. David Blocker.
County Judge Ron Massingill is asking Hood County businesses to operate at 50% capacity in accordance with Gov.
Authorities are seeking leads from the public in the homicide investigation of a woman who was found floating in a container on Lake Kentucky Saturday, June 20.
The Brazos River Authority (BRA) and Carter BloodCare are partnering on a blood drive to be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday (June 26) at Observation Point, 4552 Mambrino Hwy.
Granbury School Board member Bob Swearingen apparently meant for a post on his Facebook page to be comical, but it was no laughing matter to school board president Mark Jackson.
Hood County has 12 newly diagnosed COVID-19 cases and 15 active cases, according to Hood County Public Health Authority Dr. David Blocker.
The Republican Party of Hood County will hold a candidates forum Thursday night at Granbury City Hall for candidates in the July 14 primary election runoff. The event will be from 6:30-8:30 p.m.