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Houses of Hope: Organization provides permanent homes for the disabled

Bright, fortifying light streams through six-foot windows in the bedrooms of mentally and physically disabled residents who moved in January to their new forever home, a duplex built by Hope House on … more

Recovering from Harvey

Seeing how citizens have responded to Hurricane Harvey should make all Texans proud. more

ROUNDTABLE: Use the scientific approach

 So, our question for the first Roundtable of 2018 is about science and faith: “can they coexist in religious rhetoric?The short answer is “Sure, they can”—and we’ll demonstrate how … more

Express come up short against Redbirds in series finale

As soon as Round Rock started to heat up, it was too late. The Express took until the fifth inning to get their first hit of the game and lost the series finale to the Memphis Redbirds 8-3 Tuesday … more

Super senior

Jared Hart lasted the full seven innings and had a no-hitter going until the first out of the seventh inning in Vista Ridge's 3-0 win against Westlake Friday night. He had nine strikeouts and a pair walks.   more

In life and in all things, run to win

In life, it’s nice to win. Frankly, it feels great! Winning builds confidence, inspires hope through the victory and challenges you to reach higher and go further. Today, I want to encourage you to “run to win.” The Bible says it rains on the … more

Here’s what you get to take with you

I stood at the foot of my father’s bed in Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas on October 9, 1975. more

Austin City Council passes MLS resolution

The Austin City Council voted unanimously on Thursday to instruct city staff to identify city-owned sites that could be used for a Major League Soccer team. more

ROUNDTABLE: Science and religion are not in conflict

First, let’s make one thing clear. The mainstream media loves conflict. Man vs. woman. Man vs. dog. Republicans vs. Democrats. Christians vs. atheists. When I was in journalism school at The … more

Middlebrooks powers Express past Redbirds

Will Middlebrooks continues to rake. The veteran third baseman hit his third home run in two games, leading the Round Rock Express to a 7-3 win against the division-leading Memphis Redbirds … more

House passes school finance reform bill

The Texas House of Representatives on April 19 approved school finance legislation that would reduce the amount of local tax dollars that property-rich school districts are required to share with other school districts under the so-called “Robin … more

A suspicious mind is a terrible thing to waste

I have discovered over the years several types of minds. The “open mind,” which catches everything except the truth. The “analytical mind” which organizes everything to the point of sterility. The “closed mind” which you can bounce ideas … more

Rachel Altman hopes to bring intensity to Cedar Park volleyball team

Rachel Altman is looking to give the Cedar Park volleyball team a new identity. more

6 must-see acts at ACL this year

Do you find yourself looking at the ACL lineup’s long hodgepodge of names and bands and wondering who you’re going to see this year? more

ROUNDTABLE: God is the CEO of the Universe

Happy New Year! I believe 2018 is your year for fulfilled dreams. The round table question is: “From your perspective as a faith leader, can science and faith co-exist in religious … more

Texans hoping to build chemistry before camp begins

The Texans ended OTAs early last week since coming together after the NFL draft in April. The team will relocate to The Greenbrier in West Virginia for training camp beginning on July 26. more

City of Leander FEMA Case No. 17-06-1136P

DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCYProposed Flood Hazard Determinations for the City of Leander, Williamson County, Texas, Case No. 17-06-1136P. The Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management … more

Leander H.S. principal appointed to new role

Leander High School Principal Tiffany Spicer will be taking over as the Executive Director of College and Career Pathways after the end of the school year. “I’ll miss my babies,” Spicer said. “I love them. My kiddos are absolutely amazing … more

Keith Ginter inducted into Round Rock Express Hall of Fame

Keith Ginter didn’t know what to expect when he was part of the minor league team that left Jackson, Mississippi for Round Rock in 2000. But when he got to Texas, his expectations were more than fulfilled. more

Austin-based deals app expands to Cedar Park area

An Austin-based, deal finding app recently expanded its services to the Cedar Park area, where local businesses are hosting specialized deals. Skout Deals is a location-based app that can help users … more
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