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FOOD SERVICE HEALTH INSPECTIONS

The City of Granbury Health Department is responsible for the permitting and inspection of more than 200 food establishments within the city limits of Granbury. These establishments include retail restaurants, school cafeterias, grocery and convenience stores, bakeries, day care centers, B&Bs and retirement/nursing homes.

ABOUT WIPED OUT

ABOUT WIPED OUT:

ABOUT WIPED OUT: Hood Countians and the rest of the nation have toilet paper in response to the COVID-19 (coro Above, the toilet paper shelves in Brookshire’s ROGER ENLOW | HOOD COUNTY NEWS were almost empty Thursday afternoon. Water, hand sanitizers and frozen foods were also in high demand.

GISD classes on for now

As concern over COVID-19 increases, education and sporting entities are taking severe steps to combat the spread of the coronavirus. Granbury ISD Superintendent Jeremy Glenn and Lipan ISD Superintendent Ralph Carter both met with the Hood County COVID-19 task force Friday morning. As of press time Friday, both districts are expected to remain open.

Jessica Spencer Campus Pastors CenterPoint Church Granbury

A LIVING HOUSE.

“I am convinced and confident of this very thing, that He who has begun a good work in you will [continue to] perfect and complete it until the day of Christ Jesus [the time of His return].” Philippians 1:6 (AMP)

Children’s time at the library

Children’s time at the library

Zoey Workman, 4, shows the dragonfly she made as part of storytime at the Hood County Library. Children gather at 10:30 a.m. each Wednesday for a story, followed by an activity at the library, located at 222 N.Travis St. Plans for summer programs will be announced soon. DEBBIE SCHNEIDER I HOOD COUNTY NEWS

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