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Local News

WilCo purchases 1,000 covid-19 test kits

Holding up a single covid-19 test kit, Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell said WilCo received 1,000 covid-19 test kits on Monday. 

Impact of Corona Virus

Reported WilCo Covid-19 case count tops 100

The Williamson County and Cities Health District (WCCHD) announced six new positive COVID-19 cases on Thursday, bringing the total to 103. So far, 49 people have recovered.

Business Information from WilCo Chambers

WilCo Chambers of Commerce offers info on disaster aid

 Small businesses battered by the novel coronavirus pandemic sweeping through Texas can apply for long-term, low-interest loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration, Gov. Greg Abbott announced last week.

School News

Leander ISD details remote learning plan amid extended closure through May 4

The Leander Independent School District detailed more plans for their remote learning plan amid an extended closure through at least May 4, after Governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order March 31 to close all schools in the state. 


Gov. Abbott closes schools through May 4, extends social distancing through April 30

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued a new statewide order Tuesday afternoon closing all Texas schools through May 4, with the potential for future extensions, and extending his social distancing order for …


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Riding a blue wave: WilCo Democrats flex their muscles during the primary election

One might excuse local Democrats for feeling a bit giddy. Last Tuesday’s primary election saw the largest Democratic turnout in recent history.

High School Sports

Vipers stay hot in district play, eye first-ever playoff appearance

Vandegrift softball is off to its best start in school history, has already eclipsed their district win total from last year and is set up for continued success.