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Finding new strengths

In our most recent issue of The Compass, our co-publication with Hill Country News, you may have read about recent Cedar Park High School graduate Charlie Hoppe, who won first place in the state Future Farmers of America (FFA) competition in … more

Cedar Park 12-1 in district play, Vandegrift shines in 25-6A

Cedar Park tuned up for their season-ending showdown with Rouse by sweeping Georgetown 25-21, 25-18, 25-12. The victory assured the Timberwolves of no worse than second place in the uber-competitive District 19-5A. Vanessa Vozza led the offense … more

New Medical Supplement Offers Advance in Bladder Control

(NewsUSA) - Bladder control is something few people want to talk about, but urinary incontinence is a huge and underreported problem. Studies show that 50 to 84 percent of elderly people in long-term care facilities suffer from unwanted urine … more

A New Car Sharing Service For Denver

(NAPSI)—There’s a new way to get around Denver. Whether it’s for a move across campus at the University of Denver, a ride to a game at the Pepsi Center, or a day trip out of the city, sometimes, the vehicle you need isn’t the one you … more

Herman throws out first pitch, reflects on first few months in charge of Longhorns

  HCN Sports schedule and results  Tom Herman returned the baseball field Tuesday night, but admittedly had a … more

MetroRail fleet expands

Two new MetroRail trains made their way to Austin last week. Two more are expected to land there next month. more

Obit: Kimberly Kay Edralin

Kimberly Kay Edralin, 57, passed away on Dec. 3, 2016.Survivors include mother and father, Leo and Shirley Edralin; Sons, Jeremy and Jason Edralin; Grandchildren, Chasity, Trent and Christian Edralin; Sisters, Tracy Wilky and Carla Schlitzer.A … more

Faith Roundtable: With all of the Christmas commercialization, how do you (the church) balance the true message and importance of Christmas with the enjoyment of all the commercial part that sweeps most of us up?

My spouse and I enjoy buying Christmas gifts.  In fact, she’s the one who put the joy in it for me because she loves giving, all forms of giving; time, money, herself.  Her generosity is contagious.I didn’t learn the joy of giving from … more

Save Energy And Money

If you install a geothermal heating and cooling system, you may see lower costs and a cozier home. (NAPS) more

Haley Hoppe

Haley Hoppe, who will play college soccer at Northern Illinois next season, leads Rouse with 27 goals and five assists this season more

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

The round table this month brings the question: “Should strong relationships be formed with those who have different religious views than you?” Should they? Of course. Relationships can be categorized into three distinct areas: public, private … more

Getting ready for the kids

Santa, Mrs. Claus and a few helping elves visited Bagdad Head Start Center last week.  more

Abbott signs bill restricting insurance coverage of abortion

Greg Abbott on Tuesday signed a bill that will require Texas women to pay an extra health insurance premium for non-emergency abortions, one of three abortion-related items the governor placed on … more

How To Express Sympathy

(NAPS)—When a friend, family member or co-worker experiences a loss, it can be hard to know what to say, but just about any acknowledgment of sympathy is better than nothing. Here are helpful tips: Funeral Etiquette in Different … more

Olmedo Romero

Olmedo Romero, 84, of Llano Quemado passed away on January 12, 2017. He is preceded in death by his wife, Flora Romero. He is survived by his daughter, Lily Fernandez and husband, Cruzito Paul, grandchildren, Paul, Bryon and Amanda Fernandez, great … more

Stars disappointed with underwhelming season

For the first time in four seasons and just the second time in the team’s eight-year history in Texas, the Stars failed to qualify for the postseason.Texas finished the year at 34-37-1 and 7th place in the Pacific Division, the second worst record … more

Potbelly Sandwich Shop opens in Cedar Park

On Tuesday, Potbelly Sandwich Shop opened a new location in Cedar Park in The Parke shopping center. Well known for fresh, made-to-order sandwiches, salads and live, local music, Potbelly has earned a national reputation as one of the best places … more

Gurianov scores second straight game-winner, Stars rally to beat Moose

 Email: sports@hillcountrynews.comHCN Sports schedule and resultsDenis Gurianov is not unfamiliar with game-winning goals.Playing in his fifth game since … more

Defensive struggles doom Stars in weekend sweep

Travis Morin scored the only goal of the game Saturday as the Stars lost to the Milwaukee Admirals 9-1. Texas fell to Milwaukee 4-3 on Friday.  more
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