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Middlebrooks making a powerful impact for Express since returning from injury

Will Middlebrooks had a history at Dell Diamond even before he joined the Express last November. The veteran third baseman, a native of Greenville, Texas, played two high school state tournaments … more

Hernando "Zuby" Zubeldia

Hernando "Zuby" Zubeldia more

Bryson subdivision gas station planned

During last week’s meeting, the Leander City Council discussed a high-end gas station that is planned in front of the Bryson subdivision. The development would include a fuel station, a convenience store and neighborhood retail. The council … more

Making a silk purse from a sow’s ear

This week we will inaugurate the 45th President of the United States.  According to Pew Research more than 60 percent of all white Christians are registered as and vote for Republicans.  If this metric describes you, this may be a time of … more

Musings of a minister on the ‘Merrification’ of Christmas

One word defines Christmas. It is the word “merry.” I never tire of wishing people a Merry Christmas. Although, for some, it may not be politically correct, but for the rest of us who have at least two gray cells working, it is wonderful. I was … more

Say no to school choice vouchers

I am a strong advocate for our public education system. What a great endeavor to educate our entire population! Education is a win/win for everyone. All of society and each of us as individuals benefit from a good education and well-supported, fully funded educational system. more

Governor extends aid for widespread needs caused by Hurricane Harvey

Gov. Greg Abbott on Sept. 20 extended his state disaster declaration for 60 counties affected by Hurricane Harvey. more

Rouse seniors shine in Austin-area All-Star game

Chelsea Ham went out in style. The outgoing Rouse senior pitched the first three innings and blasted a home run at the Greater Austin All-Star Softball Game at Westlake last week. Three other Lady … more

Building community through language initiatives

Three years ago, when LISD opened Reed Elementary, we were excited to adopt a new bilingual program called two-way Dual Language at the campus. The program immerses native-English and native-Spanish speakers into the same class together starting in … more

Spring forward?

Daylight saving time is something that people love or hate depending on the time of the year. This weekend, we will be setting our clocks an hour ahead. However, this might become a thing of the past in Texas.Three bills filed this legislative … more

Organization wants every child reading before fourth grade

Education Connection has been instilling reading skills in elementary school students since 2010. more

‘Tis the season to be safe.

The holidays can quickly turn dangerous if simple precautions are not taken. more

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

Cuentas de ahorro para la educación K–12 y cómo están cambiando la vida de los niños

(NAPSM)—Si usted es como muchos de los padres de este país, puede que no sepa que hay una manera de dar a sus hijos una educación mejor a muy bajo costo o sin costo alguno. Cómo funciona Un programa conocido como education savings … more

Playroom upgrade: A wall-mount 'barn door' makes more room for fun

(BPT) - With spring fast approaching and the kids at school, there’s no better time to upgrade the playroom. Why not swap out a traditional swinging door for a playful chalkboard wall-mounted sliding door? Your little artists can draw for hours … 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

Leander PD reveals the top collision sites

Each January, the Leander Police Department publishes the annual “Top 10 Collision Locations” list to let locals know where the department will be focusing their enforcement efforts. It also helps warn residents to use caution when travelling … more
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