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Judge Gravell on KEYE News

Sep 24, 2014

“On a weekly basis we have young people in this court admit that they have substance abuse problem and we want to help them move forward in the right direction,” says Judge Bill Gravell. Which is why he is starting a teen drug court called “the wright direction” in his courtroom. Named after Williamson County Judge Tim Wright — the six-month program requires teens to … read more

Deadly Driving Epidemic

Aug 7, 2014

Texas suffered 1,883 driving fatalities in 2013. Williamson County accounted for 11 of those. In contrast, this past weekend, a small portion of Williamson County, specifically Precinct 3, suffered five fatal crashes, resulting in seven deaths, in just 36 hours. Beginning Friday, July 11, a 21-year old mother died on the scene of an accident in Florence. Following that, a motorcyclist was airlifted after being … read more

These Boots Were Made for Talkin’

Jul 3, 2014

County Officials are getting together to walk a mile (or all day) in the troops’ shoes to help support and raise awareness for veteran programs thanks to The Boot Campaign; a national fundraising and support group that moved to Georgetown last year. When School Board Member and Boot Campaign writer Melanie Dunham told Judge Bill Gravell about The Boot Campaign, he was quickly hooked by its … read more

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