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Leander ISD's board of trustees is considering a change to the district's fiscal calendar. A district release stated that the change would allow for more money on hand to support teachers at the … more
Parents of Leander ISD students wishing to transfer their child to a different campus will be able to apply for transfers for a limited number of campuses beginning Feb. 25. The district … more
This has already been an important month for Vandegrift swimmer Kevin Hammer, and he’s hoping it getting even more exciting.  more
Even if Nolan Mylet was given a red light sometime early in the fourth quarter, he was going to run right through it. more
President Donald Trump called for a bipartisan effort to pass an infrastructure bill in his latest State of the Union speech. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao echoed the same sentiments … more
The Leander City Council approved a new social media policy on Feb. 7, setting in place a series of rules for council members and city staff to follow when posting on social media or engaging with … more
Texas is in great shape and in great need. That's the beautifully blended message in Gov. Greg Abbott's State of the State address to the Texas Legislature's cheerful chamber of lawmakers in … more
The City of Cedar Park is participating in #GoRedForWomen. Did you know that cardiovascular diseases claim the lives of one in three women, and that 80 percent of cardiovascular events is … more
Leander ISD’s more than 5,000 teachers and staff work diligently every day to ensure our students reach their full potential. Part of that effort is to establish goals for our children, staff and … more
My Uncle Jimmy would've hated the late-model SUV I rented for a recent trip to New Jersey. I sure did.You see, this modern SUV boasted "smart" technologies designed to keep me safe and happy.It made … more
Mardi Gras entices revelers from all over the world. Notoriously celebrated in New Orleans, LA, and Rio de Janeiro as “Carnival,” the famed culmination of the carnival season is a lively display … more
Williamson County Commissioners Court will begin live streaming its weekly meetings with its regularly scheduled meeting on Feb. 12. The Travis County Commissioners Court already live streams its … more
Cedar Park police arrested a man who allegedly opened fire on police outside a home near the intersection of Little Elm Trail and Wren Circle Tuesday night. Police say they arrived on the scene … more
Rouse has been a perennial playoff team the last few years, so when the preseason polls predicted that streak to end this year, the Lady Raiders proved them wrong. more
It's been five years since director Robert Rodriguez's last feature film, "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," and he makes his return in a big way with the outlandish, over-the-top manga adaptation … more
Here are the best-sellers for the most recent week available, compiled from data from independent and chain bookstores, book wholesalers and independent distributors nationwide, powered by NPD … more
Leander ISD will name its 28th elementary school for the district’s former executive director of elementary curriculum, Nancy Tarvin. The school is tentatively set to open for the 2020-21 school … more
Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization chair Will Conley resigned earlier this week, noting that he plans to begin a "different chapter" in his professional career. "Over the past nine … more
On Friday, HBO announced an air date for "Leaving Neverland," the two-part documentary from filmmaker Dan Reed about Wade Robson and James Safechuck's claims of sexual abuse by pop star Michael … more
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