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Round Rock Express and Texas Rangers to end Triple-A affiliation

The Round Rock Express and Texas Rangers are ending their partnership.  more

Texas A&M trounces UL-Monroe with top-ranked Alabama looming

Saturday night was not supposed to be a challenge for Texas A&M and it never really was. Louisiana-Monroe was the sacrificial lamb walking into Kyle Field one week after the Aggies narrowly lost to the No. 2 team in the nation and one week before they hit the road to take on the No. 1 team. more

Baylor doomed by slow start in loss to Duke

WACO - A smattering of boos showered the Baylor team as it walked off the field in the first half of Saturday's game against Duke. more

Vandegrift sweeps team competition at Cedar Park XC Invitational

It's a lot easier for Jordan Mathis to run fast when she thinking happy thoughts. more

Cedar Park holds off late San Angelo Central push to pick up first win of 2018

Cedar Park looked like Cedar Park again on Friday night. more

Tim Barney hits field goal in OT, Vandegrift rallies to beat Cedar Ridge in district opener

Tim Barney spent the first part of Friday watching game-winning college football field goals on YouTube. more

Cedar Park looks for first win against San Angelo Central

As a team heralded as a perennial state title contender Cedar Park and head coach Carl Abseck have gotten off to a slow start. more

Glenn beats McCallum to pick up first varsity win

Drew McGuire didn't care about the odds. more

Running game, defense shine as Rouse downs Weiss

The middle of the field parted like the Red Sea and Ethan Moore saw his opportunity to put the game away. more

Cedar Park City Council holds first-ever Council Chat

Members of the Cedar Park City Council and city staff hosted a first-ever ‘Council Chat,’ taking off-the-agenda questions from residents and providing answers to any who attended the Sept. 4 … more

Show us the money, let us see how tax dollars are spent

It’s quite simple, really.We Texans have a right to know how our taxpayer dollars are spent.It’s our money. We, the people, choose our government. Our elected public officials represent us. They … more

LETTER: Mr. Hahn gets it wrong in his letter

Dear Editor,I read with interest the letter printed in last week’s paper by Mr. David Hahn, responding to a column by Carl Golden about President Trump’s treatment of the media. Here are my … more

LISD high school students share insight

We serve the best generation of students I have seen in my 30 years in public education. The students, young men and young women who attend Leander ISD are compassionate, caring and talented. In … more

Hill Country News 09/13/2018

The Deal Is Still On!

When you are a high achiever, getting things done is what you do. In moments of productivity there is nothing worse than realizing you missed something significant and the deadline has passed. … more

Finish What You Start

One of history’s more accomplished storytellers spun a masterful tale that is known in every corner of the world. The story is known as “The Tortoise and the Hare,” and the ancient fabulist was … more

LETTER: Shriners should stop using animals in circuses

(This letter was submitted in response to the Hill Country News' publication of photos from a recent appearance of the Shrine Circus at H-E-B Center at Cedar Park)Dear Editor,It’s hard to … more

Cedar Ridge, Vandegrift prepared for physical district opener

Cedar Ridge and Vandegrift are ready to get physical. more

Glenn faces difficult challenge against McCallum in final district tuneup

At first glance, this year’s version of McCallum is very different from the one that made it to the state semifinals last year. more

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