Many churches in Hood County are eliminating group worship and other activities on the church campus as a precaution for COVID-19.
As if the coronavirus isn't enough to worry about. Hood Countians should be aware of possible severe weather Wednesday and especially after 2 a.m.
Here's what you need to know for the morning of Wednesday, March 18.
CITY CANCELS ALL EVENTS DUE TO PANDEMIC
Questions about COVID-19? You can punch 211 from your cell phone and a 211 specialist will be available, according to Hood County Emergency Management Coordinator Jay Webster.
Those who received a notice to report to jury duty on Monday (March 23) can disregard the summons.
Numerous groups have contacted the Hood County News to report meeting or event cancellations due to COVID-19.
There were few vehicles in the front parking lot at Lake Granbury Medical Center on Sunday afternoon.
Stuff ‘N’ Nonsense Boutique and Red on the Square recently honored cancer survivors at the 15th annual Pink Ribbon Fashion Show benefiting Hood County Cancer Services. Sponsors report a large crowd filled Celebration Hall on the square for the event.
More than 275 women packed into the DeCordova Bend Estates Country Club for the sixth annual Charities on the Runway Luncheon, hosted by The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary of Hood County. The YMCA, Mission Granbury and Forward Training Center were the top three finishers.
“Now Saul, still breathing threats and murder against the disciples of the Lord [and relentless in his search for believers], went to the high priest...” Acts 9:1 (AMP)
The Granbury Chamber of Commerce is working with the county to help local businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic apply for federal aid.
Granbury High School won the Large School Championship at a UIL academic meet at Glen Rose High School in late February.
There’s no telling when - or if - the Granbury Lady Pirate softball team will take the field again this year.
The Lake Granbury Kiwanis Club honored two fourthgrade and two fifth-grade students from several Hood County schools at a March 5 luncheon at the Granbury ISD Administration Building.
While schools are dosed, Hood County children can receive a free lunch courtesy of Granbury ISD this week.
Tolar ISD will remain closed until at least March 30, according to a letter posted by TISD Superintendent Travis Stilwell Monday evening.
Republican and Democratic county conventions scheduled for Saturday have effectively been scrapped due to the coronavirus public health emergency.
During our 134-year history of serving Hood County, the Hood County News has always led the by way encouraging our residents to shop at home.
Granbury City Manager Chris Coffman decided late last Friday to close all dty offices this week due to the coronavirus pandemic. He said that he will decide on Friday, after more is known about the spread of the disease, whether to close dty offices next week as well.
The coronavirus - and the Centers for Disease Control’s recommendation that public gatherings be limited to no more than 10 - is now impacting Hood County’s court system.
The one-week closure of Granbury ISD schools could develop into a prolonged shutdown as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect the nation.
The Tax Assessor-Collector's office at Annex 1 and the Acton Annex is closed until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Granbury ISD will remain closed through March 27 in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.