If you’ve been by our clinic in Jarrell lately, you probably noticed a blue, 76’ square-body Chevy pickup with a vet box in the parking lot. I’ve always loved those square body pickups—the simple lines of the truck; no computers; it’s rugged and dependable, and if
Robert “Bob” John Klepac, passed away Oct 15, 2019, in Fredericksburg with family members at his side.
Bob was born on October 22, 1931, in Robstown, Texas to John and Mary Klepac. He grew up in Robstown and Corpus Christi, Texas. He attended Texas A&I in
by Mike Payne
Williamson County is a great place to live. We are lucky, not only to live in Texas, but in a piece of it that is known for its safety, engagement, and prosperity.
One of the reasons that is true is that we have, to
Attorney Alex Fuller is on the ballot for the vacant District 1 seat on the City Council. Mr. Fuller has lived in Georgetown for 20 years and says he is running for the open position because he has always believed in public service and paying
Two City of Georgetown initiatives and one Georgetown business were named finalists in the achievement categories for the Texas Downtown Association’s 2019 President’s Awards Program.
The City’s Red Poppy Festival, which celebrated its 20th year in 2019, was selected as a finalist for Best Promotional Event.
Parks and Recreation hosts Hay Day event at Garey Park
The City of Georgetown Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a fall celebration at Garey Park on Oct. 12 from 1-4 p.m.
The Hay Day event will feature family-friendly activities including pony rides, lawn games, a photo
Telecommunicators Reclassified as First Responders
Williamson County is seeking to fill 17 vacancies in its Emergency Communications Department. Last fiscal year, Williamson County expanded its training academy so that it could train eight new telecommunicators at a time, but several positions remained unfilled. The problem was
Dozens gathered at the Beck Funeral Home in Cedar Park September 26 for the service honoring Mark Lyle Walker of Leander, Texas. Mr. Walker proudly served as a submariner in the U. S. Navy veteran. He passed away on August 25, 2019, at the age
Robin Barfield is a familiar face on the Jarrell City Council, having served from 2010 to 2014. When her career responsibilities made it difficult to attend all the meetings, she felt she owed it to the City and made the difficult decision to resign her
Daniel Bethapudi will be Georgetown’s new general manager for the electric utility. After a nationwide search, Bethapudi was selected from more than 50 applicants to serve in the new role. He will be taking on responsibilities currently held by long-time general manager Jim Briggs who