by Mike Payne
Ben Stewart has been a member of the GISD Board of Trustees since November 2016 when he was appointed to fill the Place 7 seat left vacant by Ronna Johnson.
In the five years he’s been a Georgetown resident, Stewart, who has two daughters
by John R. Carter
My governing philosophy is simple: let Texas run Texas! That means less government and less regulations so you can have more control over your life.
Sadly, not everyone sees things the way I do. Obama-era regulations are choking the economy and costing jobs
by Mayor Dale Ross
Each time we use a sink or flush a toilet and the water goes down the drain, we probably don’t give much thought to where it goes and how it gets there. Since most of the wastewater collection and treatment system is
[caption id="attachment_1973" align="alignleft" width="225"] Whitney Hicks and Program Director Amanda Brown[/caption]
The goodness continues
Kids' Zone is growing.
Thanks to the sustained growth in Jarrell, this Christian-based school and child care provider is now registering for a third location, projected to open in August.
General Manager Whitney Hicks is
Fiddler and vocalist Paul Schlesinger of Taylor was the winner of the 2016 Western Swing Song of the Year for the tune, “You Were Meant to Ruin My Dreams.” The song is a track on his CD, Paul Schlesinger and his Knights of Texas Swing.
[caption id="attachment_1965" align="alignleft" width="1024"] Officer Jarek Retkofsky[/caption]
At 6'5", he's not only as big as two regular people, he's fulfilled two lifetime dreams of many an American youngster.
In the April 6 issue of The Advocate, we introduced you to the Central Texas Wolfpack and Georgetown player
Elizabeth Baker, Georgetown resident and founder of Angel Fountain Educational Endowment, once again enlisted her good friend and Broadway superstar Raymond McLeod to share his time and talent with GISD students.
Of the fabulous weekend Baker says, "The program involved many more students this year while
After many weeks of searching, comparing, and bothering people about it, Advocatie bought a car last week and used way too many trendy catchphrases in the process, like "Analysis Paralysis".
It used to be exciting to buy a car. I remember driving around the county, in
Kids used to go to school and play one or two sports a year, it wasn’t until the brink of middle school when the need to excel increased.
In today’s world, everything has become fast-paced and busy. As Millennials, we are tasked with “busy-work” in order
Is it okay to turn right from the center lane if the signal over that lane does not have the green arrow? I see people doing this at Austin and Williams all the time.
Because of the way that particular lane is marked, it is permissible