On January 7, Georgetown attorney and community leader Josh Schroeder announced his candidacy for Mayor to a capacity crowd on the Square.
More than 300 attendees proved up County Judge Bill Gravell's comment: "I've seen people announce for County Judge, State Representative, Commissioner, School Board and
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
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
Members of the public, employees and distinguished guests took part in a ceremonial ribbon cutting for the new Williamson County Georgetown Annex. Congressman John Carter joined approximately 100 guests for the event, which included the singing of the National Anthem by the EVHS Choir. The
The Williamson County Juvenile Services staff and Board honored retired County Judge Dan Gattis in April with a special luncheon and award ceremony.
Executive Director Scott Matthew presented Judge Gattis with his portrait, which will hang in the main hallway alongside previous Chiefs, Board Members and
Jeff Schmalback and daughter Kayla (4) cutting a nice rug on the Austin Avenue dance floorDance Elements on the Celebrate Georgetown StageBrooklyn (3) and Finley (1) at the paradeMonica Garza sits for her "portrait" at Rita Kirkman's caricature boothilly (8) and Bobby (5) of Georgetown
The Williamson County Republican party held its annual Ronald Reagan Gala on February 18 at the Marriott in Round Rock. The event is the largest fundraiser the party holds each year. This year was significant in that it was a farewell to retiring Party Chairman
Williamson County Juvenile Services held a special ceremony during their January board meeting. Director Scott Matthew recognized retiring Director of Facilities Allan Bijou, who spent the entirety of his 32-year career with the county in service to the Juvenile Center. With family, friends and colleagues
Bill Gravell took the final oath at the historic courthouse January 1, sworn by Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice Nathan Hecht and surrounded by family and grandchildren. Having won their respective races, other officials sworn in were Judge KT Musselman (JP1), Judge Ed Edna Staudt
by Mike Payne
It has well been observed for centuries that when new leadership emerges, noticeable change inevitably follows. As noted in John Heywood’s 1546 proverb collection, “A new broom sweeps clean.” Accordingly, the recent election of County Judge Bill Gravell should usher in a new