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Show The New Year Who's Boss—Sticking To Your Fitness Resolutions

(NAPSI)—Whether you are resolving to maintain a nutritious diet, lose weight or run your first marathon this year, managing your personal health is a common resolution that can be difficult to keep. Alan Lobel, a 70-year-old SilverSneakers member, … more

How important is the 'bathroom bill' to Texas voters?

The “bathroom bill” that preoccupied the Texas Legislature for the first half of the year is important to only 44 percent of the state’s voters — and “very important” to only 26 percent, … more

The Lookahead

 HCN Sports schedule and results Baseball is back as the Round Rock Express return to action this week, joining a full … more

Software company leaving Austin for Cedar Park

The Cedar Park Town Center is about to become a lot more techy as a multichannel cloud call center software business moves into the area. During the council’s last meeting, members approved the purchase of 3.464 acres of land in the Town … more

Alex Fernandes

Alex Fernandes and Vandegrift finished fourth at the LISD Holiday Classic basketball tournament last weekend.  more

Raiders reflect on yo-yo seasons

Head coach Josh Mann has been up and down with Rouse.The Raiders went from freelance for their first two seasons to Class 4A — which is now 5A — in 2010, up to 6A for two seasons and back down to 5A this year, where they won six games for the … more

Region’s firefighters participate in fitness training

Firefighters from Cedar Park and Leander were among the men and women from 17 different Williamson County fire departments who participated in a five-day wellness-fitness training program at Georgetown Operations and Training Center last week. more

Independent investigation sought in Kelley Case

After a tearful appeal Thursday by Rosa Kelley, the mother of Greg Kelley, the Cedar Park City Council went into executive session and then returned to announce their intentions to order an … more

Leander Fire Dept. receives second highest insurance classification, may lower homeowner insurance premiums

The Leander Fire Department received the second highest rating for public protection classification last week from the Insurance Service Office. more

8 Surprises You Didn’t Know about Canola Oil

(Family Features) Canola oil is a popular pantry staple that stars in many of our kitchens. However, there’s much more to this kitchen workhorse than meets the eye. For example, did you know that this versatile, sustainable and safe food … more

One New Year's Resolution You Don't Have to Keep to Be a Winner

(NewsUSA) - Looking for a resolution that can literally pay off even if you wind up not keeping it? Think your finances. That's right, unlike the gazillions of other New Year's pledges we make this time of year only to soon break -- can you spell … more

Cruz: Congressional baseball shooting should be a "wake-up call"

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said Saturday that the recent shooting at a congressional baseball practice should be a "wake-up call to us all," urging greater civility on both sides of the aisle. more

Rouse, Vandegrift girls soccer teams eliminated in semifinals

 HCN Sports schedule and results Vandegrift’s Grace Erdman needed to be helped up by coaches to avoid collapsing into a … more

Rouse, Vandegrift, Vista Ridge begin postseason play

 HCN Sports schedule and results Vandegrift has been the underdog all season and the Vipers are embracing the role as they … more

Ryan Spyker

Captain Ryan Spyker utilizes his verbal skills to lead the team. more

Debbie Reynolds

Debbie Reynolds, most famous for her lead in ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ passed away the day after her famous daughter. more

Proposed Leander budget will slightly lower property tax rate

The Leander City Council has been presented with a proposed budget that will lower the city's property tax rate, but homeowners in Leander are expected to pay $73 more per year because of rising … more

Beermakers' efforts to get Abbott's veto go flat

House Bill 3287, which Gov. Greg Abbott didn't veto, will force larger breweries to pay a distributor to deliver their beer — even if they're delivering it to on-site taprooms just yards away from where it's produced. more

2017 HSGSOC Vandegrift vs Tomkpins Apr 14

Vandegrift Vipers sophomore midfielder Stormy Meier (24) in action during the Class 6A UIL girls soccer state semifinal game between the Vandegrift Vipers and the Katy Tompkins Falcons at Birkelbach Field in Georgetown, Texas, on April 14, 2017. … more

City of Leander 2017 Street Rehabilitation

INVITATION TO BID  The City of Leander, hereafter called OWNER is requesting sealed written Bids for furnishing all labor, materials, equipment, supervision and performing all Work required for the following project: CITY OF LEANDER STREET … more
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