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Don’t cheapen Jesus’ sacrifice

I just returned from a vacation in Nashville. The rest was great, the food awesome, and the country music at the Grand Ole Opry outstanding. But the highlight of our journey was a trip to the town of Franklin, Tenn., where we toured the homes and … more

Two Commandments that we break every day

Inspired by our presidential election, my last two sermons were on the two of the Ten Commandments most of us break every day. Thou Shalt Not Steal and Thou Shalt Not Lie. Now you’re thinking “I’ve never robbed a bank or lied under oath in … more

One last journey for restored historic trunks

Almost exactly 165 years after Col. Charles C. Mason set off on the journey from North Carolina to the settlement of Bagdad, Texas, two historical artifacts that made the trip with him have been donated to the City of Leander. Trunks carrying the … more

Think safety first this Halloween

Local officials are hoping for more treats than tricks for residents celebrating through the Halloween weekend, urging parents to plan safely and ensure children use caution. Not much has changed in terms of Halloween safety precautions over the … more

Once upon a time...

It’s Fable Fest time. That means the world of make believe is just ahead, and once upon a time is now. Saturday, the Cedar Park Library Foundation’s annual Fable Fest kicks off a weekend full of costumed fun throughout Cedar Park and Leander. … more

Healthy Knights 5K and Health Fair

Hill Country Christian School’s annual 5K was a success.  more

Healthy Knights 5K and Health Fair

On a sun-soaked afternoon in Cedar Park this past Friday, Hill Country Christian School of Austin hosted its fifth annual “Grow Stronger. Serve Longer” 5K & Health Fair on its campus sponsored by the school’s Healthy Knights, a Parent Teacher … more
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