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Being here now

In the Fall of 1971 I found my copy of Be Here Now, Baba Ram Dass’ classic introduction to Eastern Thought. I read it, and put it in a prominent and safe place in my library. From time to time, as … more

Cedar Park City Council makes changes to rules of procedure

At its last meeting on July 26, the Cedar Park City Council adopted a resolution to amend its own rules of procedure, including meeting dates and start times. The resolution adjusts the meeting times … more

McNeil football coach’s son and another student arrested

Two McNeil High School students were arrested last month on charges they illegally recorded video of another student in the bathroom and then posted the video on social media. A third student, a … more

Austin Energy warns of scam collection calls

The City of Austin Utilities is warning local customers that someone claiming to be from the company or Austin Energy, is demanding utility bill payment from customers within an hour, or else risk … more

Leander ISD addresses campus safety, security

In the aftermath of a deadly high school shooting in Parkland, Florida that left 17 dead by a lone gunman, Leander ISD officials are addressing the district’s current safety and security systems with parents and students. more

TxDOT forgives $1.3 billion in unpaid toll fees

Local drivers to see little relief from toll forgiveness plan or new fee limits more

Voters OK $454.4 million Leander ISD bond

Voters approved a $454.4 million bond package on Election Day, which will allow Leander ISD to address the rapid district growth, safety and facility improvements throughout the district. more

The Samaritan of Cedar Park

Erika Pratt is passionate about the work she does at Samaritan Health Ministries. Starting her career as a secretary for a hospital in Waco, Pratt completed her degree at Baylor. She went on to work … more

Cedar Park police stress caution after recent “jugging” incident

The Cedar Park police are reminding citizens to be aware of their surroundings after a recent “jugging” incident in which criminals follow a person out of a bank to rob them. more

Hill wins Leander mayoral runoff; Fielder to preside over June 21 council meeting

Leander residents have elected a new mayor. Troy Hill, who served one term on the city council before resigning to run for mayor, beat Vic Villarreal in a runoff election held last Saturday.Hill won … more

Rail service to Leander temporarily halted

Commuters who normally ride the Capital Metro rail system from the Leander station will have to find alternative transportation between Leander and the Lakeline Station through June 28.  more

Texans in favor of all 7 constitutional amendments

All seven constitutional amendments on the statewide ballot were approved by Texas voters, according to results released Tuesday evening by the Texas Secretary of State’s office.  With … more

Wilco names new senior director of emergency services

Chris Connealy has been appointed by the Williamson County Commissioners Court to serve as senior director of Emergency Services effective July 16. Connealy takes the role following the retirement of … more

Texas back in federal court over anti-"sanctuary cities" law

Attorneys for the state of Texas are set to head back before the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans on Tuesday to defend the state’s new immigration enforcement law, Senate Bill 4, … more
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