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Board Member Terrence Owens focuses on the budget breakdown. Photo by Edie Zuvanich
Hutto sets school district budget
06/27/2023 01:11 PM
Search starts for superintendent
Search starts for superintendent

HUTTO – What are the most important qualifications for a school superintendent? Being a community advocate or an experienced educator or maybe the ability to make and defend difficult decisions? These are questions Hutto Independent School District is asking the community in its search for a new top executive.

06/07/2023 07:11 AM
Three options for a memorial design. Council members mostly preferred the first option. Photo Courtesy of City of Hutto

Manville enacts water restrictions HUTTO – Effective June 2, Manville Water Supply Corp. implemented mandatory Stage 2 outdoor watering restrictions.

06/07/2023 07:11 AM
Existing three-way intersection at FM 1660 and CR 137. The field shown is slated to become a residential subdivision using CR 137 as an entrance, creating a fourway intersection. Photo by Edie Zuvanich
Hutto green lights roundabout at FM 1660, County Road 137

HUTTO – In a move that went counter to a public opinion poll the city performed, Hutto council members gave the go-ahead for construction of a roundabout at the intersection of FM 1660 and County Road 137. Only newly-elected council member Brian Thompson voted against the roundabout at the May 18 meeting.

06/07/2023 07:11 AM
Board considers teacher stipends during May 11 meeting at Benjamin Doc Kerley Elementary School.
Teacher longevity rewards approved
05/22/2023 04:29 PM
Student Jacob Johnson, of Pflugerville, chops parsley in a kitchen in Texas State Technical College’s Culinary Arts program at the East Williamson County campus.
Food Allergy Action Month brings awareness to health and safety
05/18/2023 09:20 AM
State law requires all domestic dogs and cats receive rabies vaccinations. Vaccinations can be either one-year or three-year dosages. Photo by Edie Zuvanich.
Rabies season swoops in
04/24/2023 04:01 PM
New library manager brings nationwide experience to Hutto
New library manager brings nationwide experience to Hutto

HUTTO – The city of Hutto has hired a new library manager for the Hutto Public Library, Trudy Williams. She brings over 30 years of professional librarian experience from around the country to Hutto, including over two decades in library management.

04/19/2023 06:50 AM

Council eyes Emory Farms options HUTTO – The intersection of Emory Farms Avenue, Alliance Boulevard (County Road 165) and Schneider Boulevard was the topic of a recent City Council workshop. The issue centers on a roundabout intended to divert large trucks exiting Western Industries (1050 New Technology Blvd.) from driving through the adjoining neighborhood.

04/19/2023 06:50 AM
Hutto City Council candidates participate in a forum hosted by the Hutto Chamber of Commerce. The full video of the forum is available on the Hutto News Facebook page. Photo by Jason Hennington
Council candidates name priorities

HUTTO – The seven candidates running for city council faced off at a forum held by the Hutto Area Chamber of Commerce Tuesday, April 11. Questions were gathered from chamber members and Board Chair Drew Hargrove presided over the event.

04/19/2023 06:50 AM
Hutto automotive career students Liz Salcedo, Aniya Sifuentes, Xander Vogel and Gabriel Carrero competed in the SkillsUSA state championships in automotive categories. Photo courtesy of Hutto Independent School District
Hutto automotive students win at state

HUTTO – Hutto Automotive Skills Students brought home top prizes from the SkillsUSA State Competition March 30. The competition focuses on excellence in various technical careers.

04/12/2023 08:19 AM
Candidates on the dais (from left): Robin Sutton, Brian Thompson, Nicole Calderone, Peter Gordon, Dana Wilcott, James Weaver and Marcus Coleman. Photo by EdieZuvanich
Candidates practice civility at forum

HUTTO – Proving that people can have different views and still sit together at a table, all seven candidates for Hutto City Council answered audience questions during the 2023 Hutto Community Watch candidate forum March 25. Although candidates agreed in principal on many questions, following are a few areas where they differed.

03/29/2023 10:01 AM
Selfies sought
Selfies sought

Here is your chance to be a Facebook star, and you could win a $100 gift card in the process. Granite Media Partners is hosting a selfie contest featuring our Taylor and Hutto digital TV screens with you as the star.

03/18/2023 07:26 AM
Odis Jones
Hutto slapped with $12.5 million judgment
03/03/2023 05:31 PM
Members of the parks advisory board unveil the dedication plaque honoring Adam Orgain. Left to right: Rose McMillin (former member), Perry Savard, Sharon Dyer and Charlotte Tyre.
Adam Orgain, Hutto’s first settler, honored

HUTTO – In 1854, a lone 17-year-old braved harsh winters, grew his own food and protected the land and cattle belonging to his owner. Adam Orgain was a slave, and a vital, but almost unrecognized, part of Hutto’s history. Now, the city is telling his story with the official naming of Adam Orgain Park, a 65-acre recreational area adjacent to the Brushy Creek Amphitheater at 1001 CR 137.

03/01/2023 08:29 AM
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