Updates

  • We flew south for this?

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    Seems these two warblers weren’t too happy about dealing with an icy layer of sleet during a recent feeding time. Courtesy Gary Marks


  • Sleet, snow hit county; schools closed March 4, 2015

    School officials in Granbury and Tolar called off school for Thursday after sleet and snow blanketed Hood County Wednesday night. Stay off the icy roads unless absolutely necessary.

  • Weather closings March 4, 2015

    Thursday
    Granbury schools
    Tolar schools
    Acton Methodist Preschool and Administrative Offices
    Hood County Senior Center and Meals On Wheels
    First Discoveries Montessori Academy
    Creations Child Care
    The Learning Ladder
    Chamber MemberLink Breakfast
    Granbury Project Graduation Style Show
    First National Bank all locations open noon

  • Granbury schools closed Thursday March 4, 2015

    Granbury schools are closed Thursday.

  • Tolar schools closed Thursday March 4, 2015

    Tolar schools are closed Thursday because of icy roads.

  • Opera House to get permanent donor wall March 4, 2015

    By mid- to late April, a permanent donor wall is expected to be in place at the Opera House, replacing a temporary display. Thus far, $244,000 has been raised by community donations to offset the cost of the more than $3.4 million Opera House renovation. The Opera House reopened to the public a little more than a year ago.

  • Please report your weather closings, delays March 4, 2015

    Please email [email protected] to report weather closings or delays. Click on www.hcnews.com for those closings and delays.

  • Icy roads expected Wednesday night through early Thursday morning March 3, 2015

    Hazardous road conditions are expected Wednesday evening through early Thursday morning after a winter blast of sleet and slow hits the area, according to the National Weather Service. About a half-inch of sleet and an inch of snow will be possible.

  • Council appoints transition committee March 3, 2015

    The Granbury City Council Tuesday night (March 3) appointed a four-member committee to “study the transition” for a Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) that would receive funding from the city, but would be an independent entity. The Council shied away from fully committing to eliminating the city’s Convention and Visitors Bureau department and moving to a separate organization – a move pushed strongly by council member Rose Myers. The transition committee includes Jim Leitch, who will represent hotels and bed and breakfast establishments; Scott Young, president of the Historic Granbury Merchants Association; Diane Hedges, head of the Tourism Advisory Board; and Myers, who will represent the City Council. The committee will research what the conversion would entail and will report back to the Council.


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