The Williamson County Juvenile Justice Center recently implemented a new and groundbreaking program that, according to District Judge Stacey Mathews, is already being looked to for duplication state-wide.
"Being at the forefront of juvenile rehabilitation and care is nothing new for Williamson County and this is
School Board Trustee Ben Stewart announced his candidacy to run for the seat he was appointed to by the Board in November 2016. Bylaws require that anyone appointed must run at the next general election for the un-expired term. The May 6th Election covers the
The B.L.U.E. Angels aren’t just a Navy phenomenon. In Sun City, they are a collective of residents who regularly show their appreciation for Georgetown Police Officers and their support staff.
Sandy Phillips is one of the team leaders for N50 ladies who had an idea during
I need your input on something. As part of my service as your representative, it is my duty, when particularly difficult issues arise, to come back to you and discuss what we, as a district, want to see happen in our state. One of those
The Office of the Governor, The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS), and Texas Crime Stoppers today announced a new reward program related to the Texas Ranger Unsolved Crimes Investigation Program. The new reward program, funded by the Governor’s Criminal Justice Division and administered by
While many people are out looking for Bluebonnets this time of year, Jarrell ISD Superintendent Dr. Bill Chapman is keeping an eye on the ground as well. But in this case, he’s not searching for native flora, but anything rising from the earth that could
We Must Invest in our Military
I’m optimistic that President Trump has announced that he will seek to add $54 billion to the Department of Defense in 2018 and in doing so, will finally end Sequestration, which Army Vice-Chief of Staff General Daniel Allyn called “the
Bettie and Harold Graves call their home “a cruise without the water.” Just one visit and you might believe it too. With wide open dining and activities rooms, diverse goings-on, spacious residences, rich colors and textures, and what residents call “the best staff” with
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