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Turnout surges in early voting in Leander mayoral runoff

A contentious campaign has drawn voters to the polls to elect a new mayor in Leander. Early voting numbers surged by more than 12 percent, with … more

Stars shoot past Marlies to force decisive Game 7 of Calder Cup Finals

Tuesday night proved just how resilient the Stars really are. more

City Council discusses Austin, PSV proposals on potential McKalla Place stadium

The Austin City Council still has a lot of questions about a potential soccer stadium at McKalla Place and any answers and action probably won’t come until the end of the month. more

Leander ISD baseball sees 50 athletes named to All-District baseball lists

Rouse led Leander ISD with 12 baseball players named to the All-District and superlative lists. more

Leander’s First Adaptive Swing Dedicated at Robin Bledsoe Park

The City of Leander Parks and Recreation Department partnered with Girl Scout Troop 2504 to dedicate the city’s first adaptive swing at Robin Bledsoe Park last Tuesday, with a ribbon cutting and … more

Red hot Express return home after successful road trip

The Express bats have come alive over the last two weeks as the team wraps up a 12-day, 10-game road trip. more

LISD board approves raises for employees

The Leander ISD Board of Trustees gave final approval to a plan recommending raises averaging 2 percent for most district employees as well as an increase in the district’s contribution toward … more

Leander ISD well represented in AABCA All-Star Game

In a game filled with offensive fireworks, two defensive plays by Rouse baseball players stood out. more

Marlies stymie Stars in lopsided Game 5 of Calder Cup Finals

For about five minutes during the second period of Saturday’s Game 5 Calder Cup showdown between the Stars and Toronto Marlies, the sellout, standing room only crowd inside HEB Center made it feel like it really was the biggest game in Cedar Park in four years. more

Farm Bill Should Reform More Than Food Stamps

Republicans are set to move landmark welfare reform in this year's farm bill, which includes language requiring able-bodied adults to work or participate in a job training program to be eligible for … more

Our Struggle is With the Spiritual Forces of Evil

“For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly … more

You Are Welcome

This first week of June the Eastern Orthodox Church will celebrate the annual Feast Day of St. Philip the Deacon, also known as Philip the Evangelist. He was an influential and powerful leader in the … more

Good Luck, 2018 Graduates!

Graduation time is always cause for celebration. It is the product of countless reports, exams, field days, art projects, school dances, science fairs, tournaments and performances. We, as a … more

LISD Class of 2018 Celebrates Accomplishments

Graduation ceremonies for five Leander Independent School District high schools will be held on the following dates at the H-E-B Center at Cedar Park:Friday, June 8, 2018: Vista Ridge High … more

Just Floating Along: A Review of "Adrift"

The new film Adrift is based on a true story of a blossoming relationship that quickly turns into a life-or-death struggle in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.Richard Sharp (Sam Claflin) and Tami … more

Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter unveils new Canine Corral

STAFF REPORTSThe Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter (WCRAS) opened its temporary dog shelter June 6 in the county's Livestock Show Barn in San Gabriel Park. The facility is celebrating the … more
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