In this season of summer Texans call "[Heck's] Front Porch" it is important to recognize the dangers—and differences—of Heatstroke and Heat Exhaustion. Dr. Johnathan Conner is the Emergency Medical Director at St. David’s Georgetown Hospital and he says we all need to pay attention to
Joe and Teresa Graedon
Q. Years ago, I used to wake up every morning with "face aches," aka sinus pain. I went to many different doctors, all of whom prescribed antibiotics for a sinus infection. Then I became allergic to these drugs. An article I read
The City of Georgetown officially changed Briarwood Drive, between Williams Drive and Rocky Hollow Trail, to SportClips Way to honor the headquarters of Sport Clips Haircuts in Georgetown. New street signs for SportClips Way were revealed July 11 to mark the occasion.
Gordon Logan, SportClips CEO,
Rarely has a made-for-TV drama been such bad TV.
The much anticipated Robert Mueller hearings that were supposed to catalyze the impeachment drive against President Trump probably brought it to an effective end.
The testimony represented the final installment of a years-long over-investment in Mueller by the
Open Houses Allow Voters to Try New System Before Election
When Williamson County voters head to the polls this fall, they will be using new voting equipment that provides a paper audit trail. The new system by Election Systems and Software (ES&S) is a two-step process
Theresa Ann and her “Love with Lemons” lemonade stand visited the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office July 12.
Six-year-old Theresa Ann is from Baton Rouge, LA and has been traveling around the country since she was 4 years old, selling lemonade to support fallen officers and K-9
I could call today's column something like "Enough Already: Part 2" but then it would look exactly like I feel and no one wants to read a column from an angry female.
Rather than complain, I'm going to share whatever good news or cool stuff I
We, as Republican legislators, should be more efficient at raising awareness of what we have accomplished for you, instead of just focusing on the topics that constantly make the news: tax reform, election integrity, and education finance (you can find my recent articles on these
Just up the road a piece, Texas A&M has built and continues to develop an education institution designed to attract and serve transfer students, particularly active duty and veteran military personnel, and their families.
Technically called an “upper level” university, Texas A&M University Central Texas is
Georgetown got some good news recently about a major event that is expected to have a significant tourism impact on our city. We know that the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas is a big attraction for tourists, but the Square is not our only