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Judge Gravell Speaks out on “Colton’s Law”

Jul 25, 2015

AUSTIN, Texas — Raquel Helfrich describes Colton’s Law as something between a great success and a knife in the gut. The law named after her great-nephew, 2-year-old Colton Turner, was supposed to honor the slain boy by lending state trooper firepower to find missing children in immediate danger — something she says might have saved the toddler. But what was ultimately signed into law by … read more

Judge Bill Gravell Swears in New Georgetown City Councilman Gipson

May 30, 2015

GIPSON, ROAD BOND: LANDSLIDE WINS!     Thu, May 21, 2015 Georgetown voters overwhelmingly chose both Ty Gipson for Council Seat Precinct 5 and approval for the Williamson County Road Bond. Mr. Gipson received 456 votes (68.67%) to Mr. Nadeau’s 208 (31.33%).    The Councilman-elect enjoyed his election night gathering; “It is a special day today! Thank you to all who supported me along the … read more

Judge Bill Gravell Participates in dedication ceremony for Colton’s Way,

May 30, 2015

WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas — April is Child Abuse Awareness Month, and the Williamson County Child Advocacy Center remembered Colton Turner Pelfrey, the 2-year-old boy found buried in a shallow grave in South Austin in September 2014 by his mother and her boyfriend, both of whom were charged in the case. The Williamson County Children’s Advocacy Center dedicated a newly renovated playing space to Colton, naming … read more

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