Our Millennial generation has discovered the many different uses of new technology. Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook are a few of the several ways we choose to communicate, share, and express our daily lives as teenagers. Recently, social media trends have flourished exponentially, causing us
The Sun City Hunting & Fishing Club hosted the 17th annual Fish Fry May 6 at the Sun City Ballroom. As one of Sun City’s largest resident clubs, it was no surprise the capacity crowd raised nearly $15,000 dollars.
Funds raised are donated across Georgetown and
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In an annual survey of hundreds of CEOs from across the United States conducted by Chief Executive, Texas has again been named the “Best State For Business” for 2017.
This is the 13th year in row that Texas has been ranked number one, with the rankings
Texans can help the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department keep the state’s rivers healthy and flowing through their purchase of the new Texas Rivers conservation license plate, available now at www.ConservationPlate.org/Rivers.
“The new plate design features a Texas river cascading over boulders and past cypress trees
[caption id="attachment_2096" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Mayor Dale Ross of Georgetown, Texas re-election May 6,2017[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_2094" align="aligncenter" width="716"] Mayor Dale Ross of Georgetown, Texas re-election May 6,2017[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_2092" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Mayor Dale Ross of Georgetown, Texas re-election May 6,2017[/caption]
Ross wins all 16 precincts; Nicholson, Jonrowe, Stewart, Dunham
[caption id="attachment_2045" align="alignleft" width="284"] District Attorney Shawn Dick, 1st Assistant District Attorney Lindsey Roberts, Investigator Randy Traylor at the closing of trial in the 368th District Courtroom[/caption]
“Ideally, I’d like each court to have ten trials per year, so in a perfect world, that’s about 30,
Mayor Dale Ross has said many times that he doesn't like to leave the house without a proclamation, and April 25 was no exception.
At its regular meeting, Georgetown City Council recognized Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month and welcomed more than a dozen cycle enthusiasts (photo top)
[caption id="attachment_2050" align="alignleft" width="300"] DWI Court therapy dog Wrangler[/caption]
County Court at Law #2 held DWI Court commencement May 2. This latest class represents 400-plus citizens who have completed the 12-month program that integrates criminal justice resources, case management, and substance abuse treatment to primarily facilitate
Several hundred Georgetown residents gathered at the Faith Community Center downtown on May 4th, our National Day of Prayer, for music and fellowship.
Many community leaders, including Sheriff Robert Chody, businessman Ty Gipson and Advocate Publisher Mike Payne led the group in prayer for our country,