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Junior Achievement Reaches 100 Million Student Milestone

(NAPSI)—Were you in Junior Achievement? Since its inception in 1919, Junior Achievement (JA) has helped inspire more than 100 million young people with its programs focused on entrepreneurship, financial literacy and work readiness. Now, JA is … more

Egolf and Wirth

State Rep. Brian Egolf, D-Santa Fe, left, and Sen. Peter Wirth, D-Santa Fe, shown during the last day of the 2016 special legislative session, are about to take on the most powerful positions in the Legislature when lawmakers convene for the 2017 … more

Dozens to hit area track meets this week

  HCN Sports schedule and results  More than 100 LISD athletes earned a trip to their respective area track meets … more

Excited for Santa

Students sat on Santa’s lap and told him what they wanted for Christmas.  more

Cedar Park community comes together for needy

 For more than two decades, the Cedar Park Police Department has led the way on a Blue Santa program that grows every year. Last year, Cedar Park’s Blue Santa served more than 250 families, including the efforts of much of the city staff, … more

Liberty Fest 1

A patriotic young girl raises the American flag at Leander Liberty Fest in 2016. This year’s fest will begin at 4:30 p.m. near the Leander Capital Metro train station. more

10-minute healthy habits for 2017

(BPT) - Healthy living is an admirable goal no matter what time of year. The problem is that many people shoot for the stars, resolving to lose a big amount of weight or completely give up foods they adore. A better approach is to make small changes … more

Fight Off the Flu

(Family Features) Colder weather and cold and flu season go hand-in-hand. While you may not be able to completely avoid getting sick, you can take some steps to protect yourself and minimize the chances of a serious illness. The flu is a … more

New election legislation opposed by commissioners

Williamson County commissioners voted to formally oppose legislation that would alter the threshold for a rollback election for counties, municipalities and school districts.The commissioners declared their opposition to Senate Bill 2 and its … more

The many uses of recycled trees

Cedar Park uses recycled Christmas trees for their park landscaping. more

No. 15 Raiders top Timberwolves to win eighth straight game

Luke Ferony had seven points for the Timberwolves, but No. 15 Rouse beat Cedar Park 63-52 Tuesday night. more

New Addition

One of the two new statues along the walk to the memorial in Veterans Park is of a World War II Naval Commander. more

Middlebrooks powers Express past Redbirds

Follow @ByZachSmith and @HCNSports on Twitter for the latest news on all local sports.  Email: sports@hillcountrynews.com Will Middlebrooks continues to rake. The veteran third baseman hit his third home run in two games, leading the … more

Jose D. Lujan

Jose D. Lujan, 84, of El Prado passed away on January 22, 2017. He is preceded in death by his parents, Rafaelita and Herman Lujan, sisters, Andrea Romo, (Julian), brother, Dalio Lujan, granddaughters, Anisha Lujan and Lucy Pacheco. He is … more

Ramp Up Breakfast with Morning Protein

(Family Features) Families across America want to make sure that they’re starting the day strong, and getting enough high-quality protein in the morning is a simple way to do so. A breakfast with protein is a great way to energize the morning, … more

Rouse and Vista Ridge softball teams headed to the postseason

Rouse and Vista Ridge kick off the playoffs this weekend. The Lady Raiders were co-district champions in District 19-5A while the Lady Rangers finished in third place in District 25-6A.“It’s been a rollercoaster of a season,” Vista Ridge … more

Glenn girls look to use first season as springboard

 HCN Sports schedule and results The first-ever home game the Glenn girls’ basketball team played was a win. But … more

Rain or shine

Locals endured the rain to enjoy the holiday festivities. more

Garino shines as Spurs win second straight

Patricio Garino and the Austin Spurs beat the Reno Bighorns 106-97 Thursday night. more

McAlister's Deli is giving away free iced tea today

In honor of National Iced Tea month, McAlister's Deli will say thank you to its guests by treating each of them to a 32-ounce glass of McAlister's iced tea, today, Thursday June 29.  From open to close today, McAlister's Deli will give away its … more
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