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TEA report cards are in for Highland Lakes school districts - DailyTrib.com - Your Hill Country online news authority
The TEAreleased the grades Aug. 15 under the new stateA-F grading system. The state gives out letter grades based on several criteria, including student achievement, school progress, and closing the gaps.
Search for missing woman in Burnet County
40-year-old Tina Marie Logan was last seen on Monday, April 2, 2018 around 10 a.m. at a tire shop in the 5000 block of W State Highway 29 in Burnet. Tina is described as a white female weighing approximately 200 pounds and around 5' 01".
Concert series, first day of school: 9 things to do in Leander and Cedar Park this weekend, Aug. 16-19 | Community Impact Newspaper
FRIDAYNetworking event held in Cedar ParkHouse of Czetty Events & Marketing holds a networking event at SpringHill Suites by Marriott Austin Cedar Park. Ticketed attendees, depending on ticket level, may receive refreshments, facials, makeup, hair styling, a photoshoot and consultation with House of
Lakeway man arrested for soliciting sex from Dripping Springs minors
Luann Fabric Campos Leao Hida, 24, of Lakeway, was booked into the Hays County Jail on two charges of online solicitation of a minor, both third-degree felonies, along with purchasing or furnishing alcohol to a minor, which is a Class A misdemeanor. According to a Hays County press release, addition
'I just hit a law car' | Man accused of stealing AR-15 from RRPD car, posting photo on Facebook
On July 3, the Austin Police Department said a rifle with the same serial number had been turned in. Records show a woman reported she discovered the weapon in her niece's bedroom in South Austin. The girl's mother later turned it in to police, the documents state. The aunt also reported she found a
Texas Hill Country sets example for saving dark skies | Community Impact Newspaper
Dripping Springs became the first city in Texas to become dark sky- certified by International Dark-Sky Association, and since the Texas Hill Country has become a hotbed for dark sky preservation. Dripping Springs City Administrator Michelle Fischer said there are currently more active groups workin
Clear the Shelters Day is Aug. 18
“We have at least 100 animals,” said Lynn Bishop, vice president of theHill Country Humane Society.
Authorities looking for missing 40-year-old woman
On Aug. 12, the agency sent out a public bulletin in search of Tina Marie Logan, who was last seen at about 10 a.m. April 2 at the 29 Tire Shop, 5030 Texas 29 in Burnet.
Burnet votes to rename park after parks supervisor who passed away Aug. 4 - DailyTrib.com - Your Hill Country online news authority
Even if, as City Manager David Vaughn noted, Longoria would have shied away from the attention.
Central Texas GCD executes drought plan
Central Texas GCD general manager Mitchell Sodek said a combination of drought indexes, such as the Palmer Hydrological Drought Index and US Drought Monitor, shows “moderate to severe drought conditions” throughout the district, while monitor wells indicate declining water levels across all aquifers
Marble Falls, Burnet school districts replace ACE programs as grant funding ends - DailyTrib.com - Your Hill Country online news authority
BURNET — With waiting lists growing at two of the three elementary campuses for the new Bulldog Clubs, Shelley Reavis, Burnet Consolidated Independent School District’s director of Elementary Curriculum, knew the district was on the right track and picking up steam after a grant funding a previous a
'Feels Just Like It Should'
Texas-based country music star Pat Green entertains the immense crowd of country music fans present at the final summer concert in the Burnet Concert Series at Haley Nelson Park in Burnet on Saturday, Aug. 11. Thousands of loyal fans showed up despite the threat of thunderstorms; luckily the skies c
Marble Falls school board's special meeting over facilities planning recommendations - DailyTrib.com - Your Hill Country online news authority
MARBLE FALLS — The Marble Falls Independent School District Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting Monday, Aug. 13, to discuss the facilities planning committee’s recommendations.
One killed in fiery crash in West Travis County, AFD says
TRAVIS COUNTY, Texas — One person was killed late Tuesday morning after a fiery crash in western Travis County.The Austin Fire Department reported at 11:56 a.m. that units were responding to 9200 Old Bee Cave Road where a vehicle had struck a fixed object. Officials said the vehicle was on fire and
Authorities ask for help in search for missing Central Texas woman
She has a scar on her right shin and tattoos on her upper right back, left, wrist, left index finger and right ankle.
Activists worry immigrant detention center could remain open in Taylor
Next yearWilliamson County plans to cut its tiesto U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and CoreCivic, a private prison company running the T. Don Hutto Residential Center in Taylor. Representatives from Grassroots Leadership, however, are now worried that the facility may still have a future ev
Cedar Park Now 3rd Most Expensive City For Renters In Austin Area
CEDAR PARK, TX — Renters in Cedar Park aren't going to like this: According to a new report, the city now ranks 3rd most expensive for apartment dwellers in the Austin metro area.
SH 71 at Old Bee Cave Road blocked due to deadly crash
Police lights. (KXAN File Photo)AUSTIN (KXAN) -- One person is dead after they crashed into an object on the side of the road on Old Bee Cave Road in southwest Austin.The crash happened around 11:50 a.m. on Old Bee Cave Road at State Highway 71.The Austin Fire Department says the driver struck an ob
Mayor Morgan: City provides wide range of services with tax rate less than monthly cable bill - City of Round Rock
Although city staff have been working for months to put together a proposed budget, we have just recently started to hold public hearings and take necessary votes to inform the public and ultimately pass a budget that will set our course for the next fiscal year. Other taxing entities, such as Willi
Llano eases water restrictions after weekend rains
Last week, it was at Stage 5 restrictions. On Tuesday, it implemented Stage 3 restrictions, with a goal of limiting pumping at the water treatment plant to 800,000 gallons a day.