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Georgetown blows out East View in 19-5A rivalry game

East View came in 1-4 all-time against their Georgetown ISD rivals. The Patriots will have to wait until next season to try to get their second win after the Eagles jumped out to a 20-point advantage … more

Leander ready for challenge posed by Vista Ridge

Leander is feeling reenergized and refreshed following its bye week and is ready to get the district going. The Lions open up the district season when they … more

In historic win, charters getting state funding for facilities for the first time

For the first time in Texas, public charter schools will receive state funding to pay for leasing and maintaining buildings and facilities — expanding their access to the state's limited money for … more

This Week's TV Best Bets

This Week's TV Best Bets Sunday Sunday, Oct. 8 Bobbi KristinaTV One, 7pmOriginal Film!Newcomer Joy Rovaris stars in the title role of this film about Bobbi Kristina Brown, the talented and … more

George Strait to perform Frank Erwin Center’s 40th anniversary celebration

Austin, Texas – The Frank Erwin Center will celebrate its 40thAnniversary with country music legend, George Strait, who will play an exclusive “STRAIT TEXAS” show on June 3, … more

Praying for the dead

In Holy Orthodoxy we don’t do Halloween. That’s not because we find the whole idea offensive—more about that below—it’s just because we use a different calendar. You … more

Celebrating All Saint’s Day

Like most any kid growing up in America, I went trick-or-treating. In my day, more than likely, my costume was homemade and my candy container was a pillow case.  We didn’t really … more

Halloween may be fun, but it’s not Christian

Halloween is not a Christian holiday. It can be a controversial subject amongst Christian circles. Controversy usually surrounds the symbols, historical inception, various activities to include … more

Christians and Halloween

Yes, there is a Christian connection to Halloween. October 31 is called “All Hallows Eve.” The next day, Nov. 1 is always All Saints Day. Most historians say the origins of Halloween can … more

Kid reporter takes on Hurricane Harvey, Texas news

While most fifth grade boys are more concerned about Pokémon and Legos, Truman J. Hamade, a 10-year-old 5th grade student in Cedar Park, is reporting the news for a national publication. more

Celebrating award-winning band program with Festival of Bands

Last Monday, I joined hundreds of parents, district staff and community members from across Leander ISD who gathered once again at Bible Stadium in Leander to enjoy the Festival of Bands. more

Governor applauds TxDOT efforts in removal of hurricane debris

Gov. Greg Abbott on Sept. 27 announced the Texas Department of Transportation had collected more than 2.4 million cubic feet of debris left behind by Hurricane Harvey in roadways across the four districts hardest hit by the storm. more

Letter to the editor - 10/5/17

During the past two years scores of letters and many editorials and commentaries about the Confederate soldier statue on the Williamson County courthouse square have been published in local … more

Cedar Park, WilCo officials break ground on Fire Station No. 5

Cedar Park and Williamson County officials broke ground, shovel-in-hand on Fire Station No. 5 at a ceremonial groundbreaking ceremony Oct. 2, at 1501 Cottonwood Creek Trail. more

Paying it Forward

Recently, I wrote a column on the late Don Roberts. I received more positive feedback from that column than anything I’ve ever written. Coach Roberts talked the talk and, more importantly, walked the walk. more

Mosquito sampling tests positive for West Nile Virus in Cedar Park

A sampling of mosquitoes collected from a trap location in Cedar Park tested positive for West Nile Virus, officials said. more

Cedar Park selects New Hope Drive project engineer

The Cedar Park City Council authorized the next step toward designing the planned expansion for New Hope Drive to reach Sam Bass Road, at their Sept. 28 meeting. more

Judge blocks Texas secretary of state from giving voter information to Trump commission

A Texas district judge has issued a temporary restraining order preventing Texas Secretary of State Rolando Pablos from handing voter information to President Donald Trump's voter fraud investigation … more

McKenna hoping to improve Stars goalie situation

The Stars were in desperate need of an upgrade at goalie. Enter Mike McKenna. more

Leander, Vista Ridge ready for district showdown

Leander is feeling reenergized and refreshed following its bye week and is ready to get the district going. more
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