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Slow offense, sloppy play costs Cougars game vs. Texas Tech

What was expected to be a high-octane shootout between the University of Houston and Texas Tech ended up being a penalty and turnover-heavy matchup with Tech pulling out the win 27-24. … more

4 tips to save water in your home

(BPT) - The average American family uses more than 300 gallons of water every single day, 70 percent of which occurs indoors. Flushing the toilet, brushing your teeth and taking a long hot shower all add to the consumption of this valuable natural … more

Advisory committee recommends school bond vote for Leander ISD

The Leander Independent School District has until Aug. 21 to make a decision about whether or not to seek a bond issue for the funding needed for new area schools. At its regular meeting last … more

Hoying makes name for himself in Round Rock

You might as well call Jared Hoying Mr. Express.The 27-year-old Ohio native has been with Rangers organization since he was drafted in 2010. He made his Round Rock debut and, other than a stint in the big leagues last season, has been here ever … more

Hill Country News Sports Schedule - March 2017

HS SOCCER Friday, March 3Cedar Park 3, Georgetown 3Connally 1, Rouse 0Lake Travis 3, Leander 0Vista Ridge 4, Hays 0Tuesday, March 7Connally 2, Cedar Park 0Rouse 5, Hutto 1Westlake 1, Leander 0Vandegrift 5, Hays 2Lake Travis 5, Vista Ridge 0Friday, … more

Vandegrift Senior Grace Erdman

Senior Grace Erdman leads the Lady Vipers with two goals this season.  more

District favorite readies for battle

The Vandegrift wrestling team is the prohibitive district favorite and are already up to No. 3 in the state poll.In dual meets so far this season, the Vipers are 9-0. And with their win at the Georgetown Throwdown on Saturday, including a 39-25 win … more

Oddball comedy "Brigsby Bear" worth a look

A bit like its namesake, “Brigsby Bear” is a film that grows on you. James Pope (Kyle Mooney) has spent his whole life watching the “Brigsby Bear” television show. He even leads an … more

Cedar Park blasts East View 56-3

Despite their matching season win-loss records coming into Friday night’s game, Cedar Park made it clear that the state-ranked Timberwolves are the class of District 19-5A four weeks into the … more

Camp Bow Wow seeking permit to open in Cedar Park

The Cedar Park City Council is considering a request for a special use zoning permit by a nationally known, high tech, pet friendly dog boarding operation. Camp Bow Wow has asked the Cedar Park … more

Give your old stuff to others, not the landfill

My neighbor moved out this week. I learned that when I found a moving truck blocking my car and I couldn’t get out of the driveway. No matter — by the end of the day, the truck was gone.In its place, however, was a queen-sized pillow-top … more

Eighty-nine cats, one dog, seized from Florence animal shelter: WilCo Regional Animal Shelter takes in animals

Ninety animals have found themselves relocated to Georgetown after an animal cruelty complaint from the Texas Department of State Health Services triggered the investigation of their original home at the R.U.G Activity Center Animal Shelter in … more

Searching for consistency: LISD basketball teams ready for the new year

With the holidays and pre-district schedule behind them, high school basketball teams can finally try and find some consistency. All of the LISD boys’ and girls’ teams had spent the better part of the season so far playing in tournaments and … more

Obituary: Brian Jacob Field

Brian Jacob Field, 30, passed away on December 3, 2016.  Survivors include his wife, Keli Smith Field of Austin, his father, William (Bill) Field of Leander, his mother, Diana Somer Field of Lago Vista, and his brother, Wyatt Field of Liberty … more

One last journey for restored historic trunks

Almost exactly 165 years after Col. Charles C. Mason set off on the journey from North Carolina to the settlement of Bagdad, Texas, two historical artifacts that made the trip with him have been donated to the City of Leander. Trunks carrying the … more

Getting To The Heart Of Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Olympic Skater Shares His Heart-Stopping Experience & What You Should Know About New Implantable Heart Devices (NAPSI)—Even a fit and healthy professional athlete can suffer from sudden cardiac arrest—but a look at Olympic skater Paul … more

Leander Council approves Deerbrooke Public Improvement District

The Leander City Council Thursday unanimously approved a proposal for the establishment of the Deerbrooke Public Improvement District to help pay for roads, parks and other public amenities in the … more

Edible Book Contest

A former contest entry.  more

CPG Grove, Inc TABC Notice

APPLICATION HAS BEEN MADE WITH THE TEXAS ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION FOR A MIXED BEVERAGE RESTAURANT PERMIT WITH FB BY CPG GROVE, INC. dba THE GROVE WINE BAR AND KITCHEN, 1310 E WHITESTONE BLVD. #500, CEDAR PARK, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. BETH S. … more

Roundtable: Should strong relationships be formed with those who have different religious views than you?

It’s a curious word, that word, “should.” Should I take out the trash? Should I brush my teeth? Should I exercise? There are some things that we do that are simply good for us to do. If we don’t do them, then there are … more
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