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Take A Bite Of Ridiculous Fun with 'The Meg'

Summer movie season can be a whole heck of a lot of fun. As filmgoers, we are treated to the biggest stars, the biggest explosions and the most fun — sometimes all in the same movie. "The Meg" from … more

Cedar Park approves city hall, public works renovations

Continued growth in Cedar Park means the city needs to continue expanding workspace for city employees. A $2.27 million contract approved by the Cedar Park City Council will create additional … more

PEC accepting Community Grants applications

Pedernales Electric Cooperative is now accepting applications for its Community Grants program. Eligible nonprofit organizations may apply through 5 p.m. on Oct. 1.PEC’s Community Grants program … more

MLS stadium vote delayed again

Thursday was gearing up to be the beginning of the end of the lengthy saga involving Precourt Sports Ventures and the City of Austin regarding moving Columbus Crew SC to Texas. Instead, the … more

New teachers will share the halls with new students next week

The start of a new school year creates excitement, anxiety among the new faces on campus. And it’s not just the students who share those emotions. Many of those new faces are first-time … more

OBITUARY: Cheryl Smith

Cheryl L. Smith, of Leander, Texas, passed away August 5, 2018, at the age of 71. Cheryl was born on January 13, 1947, in Elizabeth, New Jersey, to the late Harry and Muriel Winegar. She retired from … more

God’s plan for your success

Do not settle for a portion of the vision God has given you. The dreams, sparks of genius, creativity, ingenuity, the vision, plans, the strategies for execution; He wants to see the vision come to … more

Going out of our minds

A man is walking through the grocery store with a screaming, flailing toddler in his shopping cart. The child is inconsolable, and the man is quietly repeating phrases like, “Shh…Keep calm, … more

The news by the numbers

"90% of media coverage of my Administration is negative, despite the tremendously positive results we are achieving."No need to check the math in President Trump's recent tweet. For argument's sake … more

Renovated Pat Bryson Municipal Hall brings city departments together

Extensive renovations to Leander’s Pat Bryson Municipal Hall are nearly complete. The facility now houses five city departments — Municipal Court, Economic Development, Building … more

What is an editorial, anyway?

It’s common for those of us in the news business to hear people confuse the terms “article,” story” and “column.” Despite all appearing in the paper, a “column” is not related to the … more

Texans' Watt, Clowney getting back into prime football shape

Two of the Texans’ best pass rushers are getting back to football shape. more

Brady Feigl battles back from elbow injury

Brady Feigl pretty much had to start over three years ago. more

Rouse volleyball not lowering expectations after state tournament appearance

Rouse volleyball coach Jacob Thompson is most looking forward to seeing the growth of his team this season. more

Large indoor sports complex coming to Cedar Park

A pair of hockey rinks and indoor and outdoor turf fields will help anchor a new sports park to be located at the 120-acre Scottsdale Crossing development site along the 183A Toll … more

Parents encouraged to add vaccinations to back-to-school list

Headline: Parents encouraged to add vaccinations to back-to-school listSubhead: Local districts have higher than average vaccination exemption ratesIt’s almost time for kids to head back to school, … more

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