Williamson County’s Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace has had one simple motto during this current term, Kindness Matters. Despite being one of the busiest courtrooms in the state of Texas, these few words are enough to make a big difference, one person at a
[caption id="attachment_1553" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Florence Seniors vs. Juniors[/caption]
The Florence community came together to support the Florence High School Project Graduation donkey basketball fundraiser event February 11 at the middle school gym. This unique event featured animals from Buckeye Donkey Ball, which provides traveling animals for
[caption id="attachment_1458" align="alignleft" width="300"] Chief Justice Nathan Hecht at the Texas House.[/caption]
Chief Justice Nathan Hecht delivered the State of the Judiciary Feb. 1 to a joint session of the Texas legislature.
Williamson County Judges Billy Ray Stubblefield and Bill Gravell were honored to have been invited
Several hundred guests at the historic courthouse in Georgetown counted down on New Year's Eve but rather than a toast at midnight, Judge Bill Gravell commenced with the swearing in of Pct 1 Constable Vinnie Cherrone.
Immediately following, Robert Chody took the oath as the 34th
Pat and Linda Estes (pictured) were re-married December 22 at JP3 by Justice of the Peace Bill Gravell. The Estes were together 16 years, divorced, and decided to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year by tying the knot again. Their story was even
Former District Attorney and Governor named the 2016 Cattleman's Ball Honoree
[caption id="attachment_782" align="alignright" width="300"] Judge Bill Gravell recites Dan Moody's closing argument in his famous 1923 Ku Klux Klan trial.[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_777" align="alignright" width="300"] Mayor Dale Ross joined by museum re-creators, Commissioner Valerie Covey and Councilman Steve Fought[/caption]