- Sleetman cometh
A sleet man catches first light Friday morning in Comanche Cove. Sheriff Roger Deeds urges residents to not drive because of a 2-inch layer of ice on the roadways. Mary Vinson/Hood County News
Granbury, Lipan, Tolar schools
City, county government offices
Chamber of commerce luncheon
Community Food Pantry
Creations child care
Candlelight Tour of Homes to next weekend
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- City offices closed
City of Granbury offices are closed Friday.
- Creations child care closed today
Both locations of Creations child care and learning center are closed Friday.
- Ice forces closing of polls on last day of early voting
Friday (Dec. 6) was supposed to be the final day for early voting, but Elections Administrator Jenise “Crickett” Miller said that the polls at Annex I will be closed because of the treacherous weather conditions. Election Day for two Granbury City Council runoff elections will be Tuesday. Polls at Annex I will be open on that day from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Sheriff: Stay home
Residents are urged to stay home and not drive because of a 2-inch layer of ice on the roads, Sheriff Roger Deeds said early Friday morning. “Hills are about impassable without chains,” he said.
- Schools closed Friday
All Hood County public schools – Granbury, Lipan and Tolar – are closed Friday because of icy roads.
- County offices closed Friday
Hood County government offices will be closed Friday because of icy roads.
- Sleet falling; temperatures drop
Sleet has been falling Thursday evening while temperatures drop into the 20s, making Friday morning’s commute a potentially dangerous situation. One driver was fortunate to be behind a sand truck on FM 51 on his way home to Weatherford late Thursday. Do you have a weather report, road condition, cancelation or delay? Email email@example.com