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
The 2019 50 Fellas Foodfest is October 26; doors open at 7pm at Reunion Ranch. Sponsored and hosted by the Georgetown ISD Education Foundation, whose mission is to engage the community in financial support of a learning environment where innovation, customized academic opportunities, and individual
Five veterans were escorted in style to Austin airport for an Honor Flight to Washington DC September 20. Compliments of Jared King and Cook-Walden Funeral Home, veterans of the Vietnam War were able to relax and enjoy each other's company to the airport, and the
by Rich Lowry
The fastest way to trend on Twitter, and not in a good way, is to say that the right to bear arms is a God-given right.
Texas state Rep. Matt Schaefer established this beyond a doubt in a Twitter thread in the aftermath of
Advo-catie doesn't try to insult anyone, but it is somewhat her style to say, "You've got to be kidding me
The Pumpkin Patch at San Gabriel Presbyterian Church has become a much-anticipated event celebrating not just the harvest season, but also plenty of Georgetown community interaction.
Each Fall, the church receives enough pumpkins to fill an 18-wheeler, and church members are joined by Scout organizations in
Mobility and increased traffic consistently have been top issues cited by residents in Georgetown in citizen surveys. Since we can’t close a gate to keep people from moving to our wonderful city, our best option to address traffic is to implement mobility projects to keep
I went out to a farm last week to treat a colicky horse. Colic is a general term that means abdominal pain, and there are dozens of reasons for a horse to colic. I found the horse rolling around kicking up dust; he would whinny and
Need brown sugar for a recipe and suddenly realize you’re out? Save a trip to the grocery store by adding molasses to white sugar. No molasses? Use maple syrup in a pinch.” —W.S. in FloridaTo keep hard floors in good shape, get a microfiber mop