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An Open Letter to Cedar Park Voters We have a city election on May 1. Early voting will begin April 19 and conclude on April 27.  more
I had not been to the YMCA in quite a while since COVID-19 started.Two weeks ago I thought I would try it again.  I walked into the exercise room ... more
It's hard to accept that your guy is a traitor. Southern culture has taught many to fear minorities, but it wasn't Blacks, or Hipanics, or Muslims who invaded the capitol.  In … more
I was a cadet fourth class (freshman) at the Air Force Academy the last time our nation's capital was attacked. I was only seventeen but had already sworn an oath to defend the Constitution … more
I appreciate every issue of the Hill Country News but I really hope readers take the November 26, 2020 issue to heart.  My View ("Are we going to protect the Texas … more
Early in the pandemic, Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell showed in a press conference that he could rise above the messaging from the White House. Unfortunately, since then he has … more
COVID-19 is still wreaking havoc on our families, our economy, and our elections, with cases surging across the country. But Congress has the power to intervene right now.In response to … more
Once again Cedar Park Councilman Kelly and his cohort Councilman Chavez attempted to pursue their own agenda at the recent Cedar Park council meeting to discuss the employment of Mr. JP … more
We would like to thank Mayor Van Arsdale, CM Anne Duffy, CM Mel Kirkland, Heather Jefts and all of our city staff for their resolve and selflessness in the face of the unwarranted and ever-escalating … more
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