If you can get it in Nocona, please, PLEASE shop locally and help your neighbors keep their doors open. We will need them once this public health emergency has passed.
Many of our churches are doing their part switching to electronic worship services beginning this Sunday.
The governor has ordered all dining rooms and bars to be closed through midnight April 3rd. Restaurants are allowed to sell take-out and delivery food – and residents are encouraged to utilize those services.
All school districts in the county are closed through April 10 (Prairie Valley through April 13).
Gov. Greg Abbott has strongly recommended Texans ‘stay home’ and limit travel to necessities – work, food, fuel, pharmacy and physician. He has not yet issued a “shelter in place” order as has been done in other states.
Additionally, under gubernatorial order, social gatherings are limited to no more than 10 people. Violators can be issued citations and fines can be assessed – both to the owner/operators and to the patrons who fail to abide by this emergency order. Please help your local merchants adhere to this requirement by being patient and waiting your turn to shop.
This is a fluid situation thus circumstances and operating hours may change for our local merchants, but as of Tuesday afternoon:
–Gibbs Drug Store (825-3226) will be operating under normal hours.
–Nocona General Rural Health Clinic (825-3333) is open during regular hours but call ahead for an appointment so they can pre-screen your symptoms. The clinic may be able to utilize the relaxed tele-medicine provisions and avoid any unnecessary face-to-face exposure for the medical staff or yourself.
–Nocona General Hospital (825-3235) is restricted access. Everyone must enter through the north/Emergency entrance and be screened. This includes everyone who works there.
–Ace Hardware (825-3750) regular hours.
–McNabb Feed (825-3306) regular hours.
–Nocona Farm & Ranch (825-3700) regular hours.
All of Nocona’s convenience stores are open for grocery shopping, fuel and takeout food, but NO in-store dining is allowed. Call ahead and order to pick your food up.
The Arrow/Phillips 66 (440-8551)
Fuel World (825-3479)
Handy Foods/Exxon (825-6486)
Kountry Korner (825-6915)
One Stop Conoco (825-6653 or 825-5011)
Restaurants – no dining in:
The Burrito Shop (825-5453) (take out)
The Carpenter’s Shop Senior Citizens Center (825-3148, call by 10 to order) (drive-up they’ll bring to you)
Del Rio Mexican Restaurant (825-3044) (delivery and drive-through window)
Fenoglio BBQ (825-3843) (take out)
La Familia (228-8730) (take out)
Nocona Beer & Brewery (825-7238) (curb-side and delivery within city limits)
Nocona Dairy Queen (825-3301) (drive-through window only)
Nocona Donuts (825-7171) (take out)
The Orange Giraffe (841-1517) (take out)
Prime Cut Steak House (894-2122) (take out)
Red River Pizzeria (872-4907) (take out)
Sonic Drive-In (825-3135) (in car or take out)
Tres Ninos (825-3313) (curbside)
Open, but Electronic Access Only:
County Attorney’s Office (894-2261)
County Clerk’s Office (894-2461)
County Tax Assessor-Collector (894-3881)
Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 (872-2627)
Nocona City Hall (825-3282)
Nocona Chamber of Commerce (825-3526)
Nocona Economic Development Corporation (825-3150)
Nocona News (825-3201)
Nocona Public Library (825-6373)
Tales ‘N’ Trails Museum (825-5330)
Other retailers are open, but they may limit their hours.
Nocona Wellness Center