- ‘Tis the season
Christmas lights are shining bright at Shanley Park. Enjoy the beautiful lighted display every evening through the New Year. Mary Vinson/Hood County News
- Lipan classes start at 10 a.m. Friday
Lipan classes will start at 10 a.m. Friday because of predicted icy roads. Buses will run two hours later than normal.
- GISD classes open two hours late Friday
Granbury schools will open two hours late Friday because of expected icy weather. This means that elementary schools will begin at 9:45 a.m., and secondary schools (students in grades 6-12) will begin at 10:30 a.m. Buses will run two hours later than the normal schedule. Morning pre-kindergarten is cancelled, and the morning Extended School Day program is cancelled.
- Police Explorers meeting cancelled
The Hood County Police Explorers meeting tonight has been cancelled because of weather.
- ‘Blue Christmas’ service canceled
Due to a forecast of freezing rain tonight, the “Blue Christmas” service at Acton United Methodist Church has been canceled.
- Granbury – A Candlelight Tour postponed due to weather
It’s postponed until next weekend. The three-day event, Granbury – A Candlelight Tour, will have virtually the same schedule as originally planned, but one week later. “Next weekend Granbury is going to have the biggest Christmas extravaganza ever,” said Scott Young of the Historic Granbury Merchants Association. In addition to the historic tour, the square will be hosting Christmas Cards on the Square, nativity display at Langdon Center, “A Christmas Carol” at the newly renovated Opera House, along with concerts at First Presbyterian Church and the courthouse. “Don’t get your tinsel in a tangle, this is going to be ok,” Young said. “We hope everyone has a safe, warm weekend.”
- Man arrested, charged in wife’s stabbing
Jason Keith Rowland, 41, has been arrested and charged with felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon-family violence in connection with the stabbing of his 45-year-old wife Wednesday night at their residence in the 200 block of North Jones Street in Granbury, Deputy Chief Alan Hines of the Granbury Police Department said. The woman was being treated in the ER at a Fort Worth hospital, but Hines said Thursday morning he has not been able to get an update on her condition. Hines said the knife believed to have been used was found. A motive is not yet known and the investigation is ongoing.
- Icy roads likely; report cancellations
Freezing rain is expected to begin Thursday evening and continue through Friday. Ice accumulations will create hazardous travel conditions on area roads, bridges and overpasses, according to the National Weather Service. Ice could bring down trees and power lines, causing power outages. Please email email@example.com to report cancellations and delays. Also email firstname.lastname@example.org to report locations of hazardous road conditions.
- Two arrested on felony meth charge
Aaron Blake Hendrix, 32, and Lisa Annnette Hendrix, 31, both of the 4400 block of Mountain Hollow Drive in the Oak Trail Shores subdivision, were arrested Nov. 26 by a DPS trooper during a traffic stop on Highway 377 in Granbury and both were charged with felony possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), Penalty Group 1, more than 1 gram/less than 4 grams, according to Hood County Jail booking records.