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Cedar Park boys push past Elgin, advance to 6-2 in district

Tanner Radke had a team-high 13 points to lead Cedar Park to a 62-45 win over Elgin in a game that featured multiple technical fouls in the fourth quarter. Cedar Park stepped out to a 12-4 lead … more

Cedar Park City Council approves expanding scope of police department review to include patrols

The Cedar Park City Council Thursday approved expanding the scope of an ongoing independent review of its police department to include its patrol division. more

Cold snap could ice roads early next week

Weather forecasts calling for the possibility of snow and ice early next week has TxDOT gearing up to pretreat area roadways this weekend. more

Stop the Presses: A review of "The Post"

News. It drives the country — hard-hitting reports, puff pieces and even the newly crafted “fake news.” It graces newspapers, magazines, television, radio and online media outlets. … more

Flags for vets

I’m going to use my space this week to brag on a friend of mine. more

High Marks for I, Tonya

Tonya Harding is a name that lives in figure skating infamy. There are some amazing accomplishments attached to her name, but she is probably more known for the infamous attack on a rival than for … more

Leander Mayor Chris Fielder will not seek re-election

After six years of city leadership, Leander Mayor Chris Fielder announced Friday morning he will not be seeking another term in 2018. more

Baylor won’t say which coaches are to blame for its sexual assault scandal. How are other schools vetting them?

A bid to better their football team’s offense put University of Houston officials on the defensive this past week. It’s a posture several schools have had to adopt in recent years … more

Best Bets for TV This Week

Catherine Zeta-Jones gives an Emmy-deserving performance as Griselda Blanco, a pioneer in the Miami-based cocaine trade in the late ’70s ... more

Criticism builds for Texas DPS decision to lay off 117 older officers

In its latest attempt to address budget cuts, the Texas Department of Public Safety is again facing harsh criticism. Multiple lawmakers and the department’s officers association have … more

Proposed stormwater drainage solution needed, Cedar Park residents say

When Tropical Storm Hermine pummeled Cedar Park with 12 hours of nonstop rain  in 2010, Susan Light and Roger Young found their home trapped in a funnel collecting stormwater runoff from … more

Cedar Park City Council approves public safety statue to be built at CPPD

The men and women who work to keep Cedar Park safe are going to be recognized with a bronze statue outside the city’s police department. more

Vandegrift performs at Midwest Clinic

The Vandegrift High School percussion ensemble performed in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity at the Midwest International Clinic and Conference in Chicago over winter break.

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ROUNDTABLE: Use the scientific approach

 So, our question for the first Roundtable of 2018 is about science and faith: “can they coexist in religious rhetoric?The short answer is “Sure, they can”—and we’ll demonstrate how … more

ROUNDTABLE: Science and religion are not in conflict

First, let’s make one thing clear. The mainstream media loves conflict. Man vs. woman. Man vs. dog. Republicans vs. Democrats. Christians vs. atheists. When I was in journalism school at The … more

ROUNDTABLE: Science has a place in faith

Yes, and it seems obvious to me that this is so. People of faith rely on science everyday for health care needs to give one example. People of science may eschew faith expressions, but that is also a … more

ROUNDTABLE: God is the CEO of the Universe

Happy New Year! I believe 2018 is your year for fulfilled dreams. The round table question is: “From your perspective as a faith leader, can science and faith co-exist in religious … more

ROUNDTABLE: The ground of all being

The answer is maybe. They both exist right now without a lot of conflict. In religious rhetoric the conflict comes from religionists who fear losing their power with the … more

Feds say Texas illegally failed to educate students with disabilities

A U.S. Department of Education investigation concluded Thursday that Texas violated federal law by failing to ensure students with disabilities were properly evaluated and provided with an adequate … more

Cedar Park Mayor Matt Powell says he won’t seek re-election

Cedar Park Mayor Matt Powell announced Wednesday he will not be seeking re-election in May. more
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