What a difference a day/a week/a month makes!
Many churches are closed to public gatherings, and this could mean changes to traditional church funerals.
Four Hood County couples will return home Tuesday after a 14-day quarantine at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio. They have no symptoms and expect to rent a car for their return home.
The memorial service scheduled Saturday, March 21, 2020 for John Helsley has been postponed at Acton United Methodist Church.
Ruth’s Place has moved to TeleHealth only and has stopped patient visits due to the coronavirus.
At least some of Hood County’s food pantries are handling food distribution differently to safeguard volunteers and the public against the coronavirus.
As part of sweeping restrictions designed to stem the flow of COVID-19, Gov. Greg Abbott ordered schools in the state on Thursday to close doors through April 3.
The county’s Elections Administration office is waiting to find out whether the governor will postpone the May 26 runoff election due to the coronavirus and/or decree that voting will be by mailed ballot only.
A specially called meeting of the Commissioners Court Thursday afternoon to discuss the rapidly accelerating coronavirus crisis and its effect on the Hood County community drew an audience of more than 60, all of whom had their temperature checked at the door by a nurse before being allowed to enter.
Four Hood County residents have been tested for COVID-19 as of Thursday evening. Two were negative, and two test results are pending.
The Sledge Distillery and Granbury Drug are working together to lend a sanitized hand to the community during the coronavirus crisis.
FILLING A NEED: Granbury Drug pharmacist Gamze Strain (left) and Molly Beauchamp fill bottles with Gamze’s specially made hand sanitizer, for which the Sledge Distillery in Tolar provided alcohol. The supply of commercial hand sanitizer products has not been able to keep up with demand during the coronavirus crisis.” Hand Shine; named for the Sledges’ family-recipe moonshine, can be purchased at both the drugstore and distillery.
During times of crisis, Hood County has always rallied together as a community to provide help to those who need it.
Visit Granbury had planned a billboard campaign to promote attractions and events to locals who might encourage out-of-town family and friends to come to town, but with the coronavirus crisis the t
Here's the news you need to know for the morning of Friday, March 20.
GOV. ABBOTT EXTENDS SCHOOL CLOSURES UNTIL AT LEAST APRIL 3
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Four Hood County residents have
Public Service Announcement from the Hood County Sheriff’s Office:
County Judge Ron Massingill said during a specially-called meeting of the Commissioners Court Thursday afternoon that Gov.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott released a series of orders today that included the closing of all public schools until at least April 3.
An executive order issued by Gov.
County Judge Ron Massingill has issued a disaster declaration limiting the size of gatherings to not more than 50 people due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Here are your headlines for Thursday, March 19.
LIPAN ISD CLOSED UNTIL APRIL 10