The parking lot across the street from the Williamson County Justice Center in Georgetown was turned into a water distribution hub Monday.
The positive test will not end the option for in-person classes which started August 10, according to Superintendent Tommy Hooker. He did say the district’s quarantine protocol is now in play for the staff member and those who had contact with that person.
The district is doing a mix of hybrid classes, meaning some in-person instruction along with some virtual learning.
One cat ended up on top of a utility pole in Thrall, prompting a rescue operation.
FOX 7's Jacqueline Sarkissian has a look at the damage caused by overnight storms.
A police chief in the small town of Thrall in Williamson County likes to say he's preparing sheepdog among the sheep.