New Kyle Starbucks location to open in summer
The coffee chain serves coffee, espresso and tea drinks. (Courtesy Starbucks)
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By Brian Rash |
By Brian Rash
A variety of road and park projects in Buda may be funded by a November bond referendum, which could be valued at more than $50 million.
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"This is unusual for this early in the summer season," said Woody Rickerson, ERCOT vice president of grid planning and operations, in a news release.
If Gov. Greg Abbott signs SB 1325 into law, Texas will join a number of other U.S. states in allowing college athletes to profit off their names, images and likenesses.
Dr. Mary Katherine Theoktisto answers questions regarding the virus.
Hill Country Tippi Toes Dance Studio teaches a variety of styles, such as jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, ballet, tumble and pom dance.
Located on Goforth Road in west Buda, the nonprofit is not a school, but for people with special needs it facilitates growth through numerous methods of social interaction and activities.
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Headliners for the four-day festival include Margaret Cho, Dave Attell and others.
Through donations and volunteers, local chapters of the TRP throughout Texas build ramps for disabled people and have so far built more than 20,000 statewide since its creation.
Throughout June and into July, the cities of San Marcos, Buda and Kyle have plenty of recreational activities and events to attend.
Convincing hesitant people to get vaccinated is the goal for Central Texas health authorities, volunteer groups and physicians. Working in conjunction to reach these pockets of vaccine-hesitant Texans, they hope to boost vaccination rates past the threshold for herd immunity.