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Vandegrift can't overcome early deficit in playoff loss to San Antonio Reagan

Baseball is a game of inches, but the inches didn’t go Vandegrift’s way on Wednesday night. more

Stormwater drainage improvements on the ballot

Cedar Park voters will decide on a ballot measure that would divert an eighth of a cent from the city’s Type A Sales Tax Fund to the general fund to help pay for stormwater drainage and related … more

Facebook knows what about me?

A chat window opened on my computer screen. A Facebook "friend" I didn't know began communicating with me."Happy birthday, Tom!" wrote the woman."Who told you it was my birthday?" I wrote back."You … more

Stars take on Roadrunners in second round of Calder Cup playoffs

Stars head coach Derek Laxdal knows exactly where he and his team stands as they prepare to get the second round of the Calder Cup playoffs get underway. more

Area teen mom graduates from Concordia

When one Concordia University graduate walked across the stage during commencement last week, no one was cheering louder than her 4-year-old daughter, Elise. Instead of returning to high school … more

Suspect in Cedar Park shooting arrested near Brenham

A man wanted for a Cedar Park shooting is facing multiple charges after being arrested last Monday near Brenham.Horacio Martinez, 33, was arrested while traveling through Washington County after a … more

Blessed are the merciful

Bryan Stevenson is an inspirational figure who founded and leads the “Equal Justice Initiative.” The mission statement of his organization reads: “Ending mass incarceration and excessive … more

Obituary: Luis T. Witte

Louis T. Witte, 90, of Cedar Park, Texas died surrounded by family from complications from a stroke on March 19, 2018. Lou was born in Chicago on Oct. 27, 1927 to Isabelle (Spratt) and Louis F. … more

Obituary: Violet Mildred Magnuson Bunch

Violet Mildred Magnuson Bunch, 93, passed away on April 17, 2018. She was born on April 20, 1924, in Burlington, Colorado to Elmer and Mary Magnuson as the second of five daughters.The Magnuson … more

Obituary: Ellen Ruth (Eaton) Stephens

Ellen Ruth (Eaton) Stephens, 79, of Cedar Park, passed away peacefully on Saturday, April 14, 2018. Ellen is survived by her husband of 59 years, Dalton “Steve” Stephens, former mayor of Cedar … more

Obituary: Allene Hobbs, 81

Allene Hobbs was born in Ft. Worth Texas to Francis and Austin Salyer in April, 1936 and her spirit was released March 26, 2018 in Austin. People were drawn to her friendly, generous personality … more

LHS color guard wins world title, Westwood finishes 20th

In its first ever trip to the Winter Guard International World Championships the Leander High School color guard won the Scholastic A division with a record-breaking gold gedal score of 99.4 on April … more

The Samaritan of Cedar Park

Erika Pratt is passionate about the work she does at Samaritan Health Ministries. Starting her career as a secretary for a hospital in Waco, Pratt completed her degree at Baylor. She went on to work … more

TxDOT forgives $1.3 billion in unpaid toll fees

Local drivers to see little relief from toll forgiveness plan or new fee limits more

Should We Lower The Voting Age To 16?

According to NBC News, the majority of the Washington, D.C. council as well as the mayor and the "Washington Post" are pushing a bill that would make the District of Columbia the first place in the … more

Thank you, Mrs. Bush

My brother Matt died of AIDS 26 years ago today, passing away in his bed in my parents' home in Houston.It was a benighted time for people with AIDS. There were no antiretrovirals then. There was … more

"I Feel Pretty": Beauty is in the eye of the beholder

There's a moral to the story in Amy Schumer's latest comedy, "I Feel Pretty." Sadly, it gets a little lost in the delivery.Renee (Schumer) is an average sized, average looking woman with massive … more

McNeil football coach’s son and another student arrested

Two McNeil High School students were arrested last month on charges they illegally recorded video of another student in the bathroom and then posted the video on social media. A third student, a … more

For your consideration: Ballot measures up for a vote May 5

In addition to races for mayor and city council seats, Cedar Park and Leander voters will decide on a host of ballot measures in the May 5 election. Most involve administrative changes to the … more

Glenn softball reaches postseason for first time in school history

The Glenn softball team has been part of the packed crowd that lined the hallways as team after team printed playoff shirts and got a sendoff on their way to the postseason games this year. more
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