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Understanding the $454 million LISD 2017 Bond

Leander ISD voters will decide next month to either enact or oppose a $454.4 million bond proposal that would construct four new schools, improve safety of facilities and accommodate for projected growth in the district.

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Spencer Drango goes from Cedar Park to the NFL

The first offensive play for the Cleveland Browns Sunday in Houston was met with an announcement from the referee: "Number 66 is eligible." more

Cedar Park Council hires outside firm to investigate CPPD policies, procedures

The Cedar Park City Council last week authorized the city manager to hire an Illinois firm to conduct an independent review of police policies and procedures related to criminal investigations.

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“Marshall”: An iconic figure deserves more

From slavery to the civil rights movement to present-day protests, race relations have always been an issue in the United States. The new film Marshall takes a look at one immensely positive figure in the struggle for racial equality and his actions that changed America.

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Blade Runner 2049: An Action Sequel - In Your Mind

Replicants still exist as of 2049, 30 years since the events of Blade Runner. The world has changed, yet is still very similar to the place that once existed. The law searches for outdated replicants that have since been replaced by a modified and more docile model.

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Readying students for the future through career and technical education

“Leading to a Bright Future” is more than a tagline for us in Leander ISD; it is the underpinning of everything we are working toward. Our goal is to prepare students to graduate equipped with all the skills, tools and knowledge to succeed on whatever path they choose.

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College transfer portal aids degree-seekers

The Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas Foundation (ICUTF) is partnering with the Texas Association of Community Colleges and College Consortium on a new initiative accelerating completion … more

State creates mental health task force for Harvey-affected schools

Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath on Oct. 11 announced the establishment of the Hurricane Harvey Task Force on School Mental Health Supports to deliver needed attention to schools and higher education institutions impacted by the storm.

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Cedar Park to host stormwater drainage town halls

Cedar Park officials are seeking public input about a proposed stormwater drainage and associated street repairs program. The proposal would create a long-term solution for addressing stormwater drainage maintenance, priority improvement projects.

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Life is a journey: Break the cycle

Life is a journey. Some seasons bring peace and you feel covered by grace. Other seasons seem to be engulfed with obstacles the size of mountains.

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So many tax lies, so little time

In most cases, it’s best practice to cut through the media noise and go straight to the source to understand what’s happening in public policy. Donald Trump’s tax plan is not one of those cases.  more

Ezekiel Elliot will play this Sunday

Ezekiel Elliott is going to play this week when the Dallas Cowboys travel to the San Francisco 49ers.

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Vandegrift offense starting to roll with Vista Ridge looming

The Vandegrift offense is starting to gain momentum. more

Cedar Park sweeps district cross country titles

Cedar Park did the double on Friday morning, winning both the boys' and girls' district cross country titles. more

Vandegrift finishes as runner up in District 25-6A

For the second straight year, Vandegrift tennis took on Lake Travis for the district title. And for the second straight year, the result was the same. more

Smith: As U.S. Soccer crumples, professional soccer in Central Texas potentially blossoms

The last weeks have been chaos for American soccer, especially here in Central Texas. more

Cedar Park Fire Dept. HEATS Team teaches students fire safety

The Cedar Park Fire Department’s HEATS Team (Helping Educate About Today’s Safety) have been teaching elementary students about fire safety via some “super” songs and dance. more

Houston hosts No. 25 Memphis in Thursday night showdown

Coming off a major upset loss, few teams would want their next game to be a nationally-televised game against a ranked opponent coming off a big win.  more

Leander stays alive with sweep of Lake Travis

Leander knew the consequences of a loss Tuesday night and showed up with a vengeance. more

Houston offense progressing as team enters bye week

Bill O'Brien was not a fan of how Braxton Miller crossed the goal line for his first touchdown of the season on Sunday, but he was very pleased with the end result. more
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