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I know when this year got wrapped around the axle. It was that culture war over a danged chicken sandwich. That’s when this year went off the rails.According to this itinerary, the one on this … more
Last week, a Williamson County city council heard from members of the county’s public health leadership team. It was a pretty frank, stark exchange.After one council member stumbled around for … more
Here in WilCo, we are in the midst of a dangerous spike in Covid-19 infections. We only have a few tools available and, like it or not, wearing a face mask in public is one of them (this is my current scold). more
There’s a new-ish phrase making the rounds along with the pandemic and all of the protests and rallies against police brutality.“De-fund the police.”Yes, some people are calling to abolish the … more
It’s not often that I am at a loss for words. But, here we are … early on a Tuesday morning, decidedly past my deadline, and I remain at a loss.Saturday morning, I was all set. I knew that I … more
We are all in this together, all of us living on this tiny blue ball falling around an insignificant yellow star at the edge of a galaxy’s spiral arm. more
The lack of clear, consistent, metric-based communications from our local, state and national leaders irritates nearly everyone who needs to forecast what the other side of this pandemic looks like. Or the metrics we need to hit to get there. Small business needs that guidance. more

As some pandemic doors are slowly opened, others are getting kicked in. Either way, individual choices are quickly replacing the weeks of government instructions about what and what not to do.

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The idea behind staty-at-home was not to stop the spread. It was slow it down to make sure that when you catch it, there will be a hospital bed for you. more

Reopening Texas businesses in a contained way gives the appearance of thawing out a frozen economy while keeping crowds at bay. That might make people feel better, but it's no way to supercharge an economy.

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This quote flitted across my mind as I listened to the brief back-and-fourth between WilCo commissioners Cynthia Long and Terry Cook last Friday. more
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Some people are are stamping at the bit to ignore the guidelines the experts set up to slow the spread of the virus because freedom. And liberty. And, guns. And, I dunno, manliness, I guess. more

Do you know what my grandson would love to see for his next birthday? His grandpa, dressed as a firefighter riding on a big old fire truck, delivering his birthday present!

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Texas lawmakers are historically resistant to changing voting practices — and the current coronavirus-inspired push for voting by mail is no exception. But this isn't just about voting anymore. more
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact individuals in our local communities and across the globe, our healthcare systems are working collaboratively each day with local public health … more
So, how’s your quarantine going? more
It is an all hands-on-deck operation in Williamson County. Despite having to close some of our non-essential offices to the public for safety purposes, county business has not stopped and instead … more
Health experts and local leaders want stricter state orders to keep Texans at home, but for now, Gov. Greg Abbott is leaving the decisions on "shelter-in-place" to local officials. more
I was in the same place at the same time with someone who’s tested positive for the Coronavirus. I wasn’t around this person closely and I haven’t shown symptoms in the 10 days … more
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