Reverend Kurt Hein, with help from friend Daniel Guenat, baptizes Christopher Cano, 10, on Easter Sunday. He was baptized alongside three of his siblings and said the baptism was "cold but fun." The Light of Christ Anglican Church held a sunrise service in Blue Hole Park.

Reverend Kurt Hein, with help from friend Daniel Guenat, baptizes Christopher Cano, 10, on Easter Sunday. He was baptized alongside three of his siblings and said the baptism was "cold but fun." The Light of Christ Anglican Church held a sunrise service in Blue Hole Park.

 Beto O’Rourke, the Democratic lawmaker seeking to unseat U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, addresses a crowd of 600-plus at Pearl Snap Hall in Georgetown in February.

Beto O’Rourke, the Democratic lawmaker seeking to unseat U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, addresses a crowd of 600-plus at Pearl Snap Hall in Georgetown in February.


 Stella Cortines regales herself with New Year's Eve getup at Mesquite Creek Outfitters while her family tries to coerce her into her coat two hours before midnight.

Stella Cortines regales herself with New Year's Eve getup at Mesquite Creek Outfitters while her family tries to coerce her into her coat two hours before midnight.

 Devan Harris Jr., 4, tries to sit still during a haircut from Nikolas Shanklin at Papa Frank’s Barber Shop. Proprietor Mr. Shanklin named his business after his grandfather, Frank Miller, a patriarch of the black community in Georgetown.

Devan Harris Jr., 4, tries to sit still during a haircut from Nikolas Shanklin at Papa Frank’s Barber Shop. Proprietor Mr. Shanklin named his business after his grandfather, Frank Miller, a patriarch of the black community in Georgetown.

 Ray Mickan, sporting a ring given to him by his wife, Ethel, is a man with a story for every occasion.

Ray Mickan, sporting a ring given to him by his wife, Ethel, is a man with a story for every occasion.

 Meredith Craft, right, paints a skeleton on her friend Brandi Sallee's six-months-pregnant stomach before a Halloween party at the Morehead Drop-In Center. Ms. Craft is a peer mentor at the Drop-In, a safe and sober hangout for teenagers and young adults who have struggled with addiction.

Meredith Craft, right, paints a skeleton on her friend Brandi Sallee's six-months-pregnant stomach before a Halloween party at the Morehead Drop-In Center. Ms. Craft is a peer mentor at the Drop-In, a safe and sober hangout for teenagers and young adults who have struggled with addiction.

 Joseph Nava, 17, and Cheyenne Hoskins, 14, dance in the grand entry. The family friends were the head man and head woman at the 2018 Southwestern University Native Powwow, an honorific role. “You’re not dancing for yourself, you’re dancing for your family and for people who can’t dance,” Joseph Nava said.

Joseph Nava, 17, and Cheyenne Hoskins, 14, dance in the grand entry. The family friends were the head man and head woman at the 2018 Southwestern University Native Powwow, an honorific role. “You’re not dancing for yourself, you’re dancing for your family and for people who can’t dance,” Joseph Nava said.

 Reverend Lamar Claypool and Ernest Perry catch up outside of Macedonia Baptist Church in Georgetown after the annual MLK Day march.

Reverend Lamar Claypool and Ernest Perry catch up outside of Macedonia Baptist Church in Georgetown after the annual MLK Day march.

 Sydney Huck examines her prom look while her mother, Sharon, looks on. Moments before Sydney had become frustrated, second-guessing her dress selection. Sydney, a senior and dedicated high school athlete, was crowned prom queen later that night.

Sydney Huck examines her prom look while her mother, Sharon, looks on. Moments before Sydney had become frustrated, second-guessing her dress selection. Sydney, a senior and dedicated high school athlete, was crowned prom queen later that night.

 Britney Sanders holds her daughter, Annabelle Abundiz, after graduating from Richarte High School. Britney dropped out of high school after learning she was pregnant. Richarte, Georgetown's alternative school, gave her the flexibility and support she needed as a student mother, she said.

Britney Sanders holds her daughter, Annabelle Abundiz, after graduating from Richarte High School. Britney dropped out of high school after learning she was pregnant. Richarte, Georgetown's alternative school, gave her the flexibility and support she needed as a student mother, she said.

 Eleanora Buratti, 6, reaches to pet a day-old lamb, held by her father James. The Burattis run a small Cheviot sheep breeding operation in the small town of Granger. Mr. Buratti's family has owned the 100-acre farm for five generations.

Eleanora Buratti, 6, reaches to pet a day-old lamb, held by her father James. The Burattis run a small Cheviot sheep breeding operation in the small town of Granger. Mr. Buratti's family has owned the 100-acre farm for five generations.

 Hank Hardin, 4, prepares to try his hand at goat-roping. He and his dad, Cody, drove in from Lago Vista after hearing the 75th Annual Williamson County Sheriff's Posse might be the last rodeo held in Georgetown due to planned demolition of the city-owned arena.

Hank Hardin, 4, prepares to try his hand at goat-roping. He and his dad, Cody, drove in from Lago Vista after hearing the 75th Annual Williamson County Sheriff's Posse might be the last rodeo held in Georgetown due to planned demolition of the city-owned arena.

 Yusuf Sham, left, and Keyshaan Castle, right, run a defensive line drill at daybreak in April. Southwestern University Pirates put in 16 to 20 hours of work a week during the spring training.

Yusuf Sham, left, and Keyshaan Castle, right, run a defensive line drill at daybreak in April. Southwestern University Pirates put in 16 to 20 hours of work a week during the spring training.

 East View High School Patriots erupt into cheers during the annual crosstown rivalry game against the Georgetown High School Eagles. The Patriots, the underdogs, lost.

East View High School Patriots erupt into cheers during the annual crosstown rivalry game against the Georgetown High School Eagles. The Patriots, the underdogs, lost.

 From left to right William Brousseau, 12, Emma Hilton, 14, and Cole Bishop, 12, try to navigate out of a room with their "rescue," the mannequin, while blindfolded.

From left to right William Brousseau, 12, Emma Hilton, 14, and Cole Bishop, 12, try to navigate out of a room with their "rescue," the mannequin, while blindfolded.

  Walker Windsor, of Round Rock, takes a shine to Sully at the grand opening of Garey Park. His grandmother, Jan Windsor, lives in Liberty Hill and wanted to celebrate her birthday at the park opening. Sully works at the Ride on Center for Kids and will retire soon.

Walker Windsor, of Round Rock, takes a shine to Sully at the grand opening of Garey Park. His grandmother, Jan Windsor, lives in Liberty Hill and wanted to celebrate her birthday at the park opening. Sully works at the Ride on Center for Kids and will retire soon.

 Diana Wilcox, of Newark, took a moment to pray before the T. Don Hutto Residential Center after a prayer service in Taylor on Sunday morning. The service was coordinated with the Episcopal Church’s General Convention at the Austin Convention Center.

Diana Wilcox, of Newark, took a moment to pray before the T. Don Hutto Residential Center after a prayer service in Taylor on Sunday morning. The service was coordinated with the Episcopal Church’s General Convention at the Austin Convention Center.

 Alejandro Olvera, of Georgetown, and her daughter Jenny, 5, joined demonstrators at the T. Don Hutto Residential Center in Taylor on Sunday morning. Ms. Olvera spoke of the fear immigration issues and the local political climate have created amongst her community.

Alejandro Olvera, of Georgetown, and her daughter Jenny, 5, joined demonstrators at the T. Don Hutto Residential Center in Taylor on Sunday morning. Ms. Olvera spoke of the fear immigration issues and the local political climate have created amongst her community.


 Kim Combs, of Florence, dances with Brent Godbey, of Leander. This was his first time at The Cotton Country Club.

Kim Combs, of Florence, dances with Brent Godbey, of Leander. This was his first time at The Cotton Country Club.

 Norma Smith hustles away shining boots in a back corner of The Cotton Country Club on a Saturday night. She works in the dental field by day.

Norma Smith hustles away shining boots in a back corner of The Cotton Country Club on a Saturday night. She works in the dental field by day.

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 Darcy Vaquera lands a punch to Victoria Trabysh, both of San Antonio, during a fight at the annual Sterling Gloves Boxing Tournament this past weekend. The tournament brought thousands to the Georgetown High School gymnasium.

Darcy Vaquera lands a punch to Victoria Trabysh, both of San Antonio, during a fight at the annual Sterling Gloves Boxing Tournament this past weekend. The tournament brought thousands to the Georgetown High School gymnasium.


 Bella Garcia, 8, and Molly Magiera, 10, goof off before the start of the 35th Annual Fourth of July Family Celebration in San Gabriel Park. The Magiera family comes to the firework show every year, mother Erica said.

Bella Garcia, 8, and Molly Magiera, 10, goof off before the start of the 35th Annual Fourth of July Family Celebration in San Gabriel Park. The Magiera family comes to the firework show every year, mother Erica said.

 Georgetown’s District Attorney Dee Hobbs thanks the crowd for supporting his reelection, alongside his daughter Hunter.

Georgetown’s District Attorney Dee Hobbs thanks the crowd for supporting his reelection, alongside his daughter Hunter.

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 Devhaun Little, center, secures third place over Jake Brown, right, and a runner from Hutto High School in the 100-meter dash at the district track meet held at East View High School.

Devhaun Little, center, secures third place over Jake Brown, right, and a runner from Hutto High School in the 100-meter dash at the district track meet held at East View High School.

 Brianna Nunn, left, and Meranda Nunnery, right, find their friends and family in the crowd before walking the stage at the Southwestern University graduation ceremony Saturday.

Brianna Nunn, left, and Meranda Nunnery, right, find their friends and family in the crowd before walking the stage at the Southwestern University graduation ceremony Saturday.

 Reverend Kurt Hein, with help from friend Daniel Guenat, baptizes Christopher Cano, 10, on Easter Sunday. He was baptized alongside three of his siblings and said the baptism was "cold but fun." The Light of Christ Anglican Church held a sunrise service in Blue Hole Park.
 Beto O’Rourke, the Democratic lawmaker seeking to unseat U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, addresses a crowd of 600-plus at Pearl Snap Hall in Georgetown in February.
 Stella Cortines regales herself with New Year's Eve getup at Mesquite Creek Outfitters while her family tries to coerce her into her coat two hours before midnight.
 Devan Harris Jr., 4, tries to sit still during a haircut from Nikolas Shanklin at Papa Frank’s Barber Shop. Proprietor Mr. Shanklin named his business after his grandfather, Frank Miller, a patriarch of the black community in Georgetown.
 Ray Mickan, sporting a ring given to him by his wife, Ethel, is a man with a story for every occasion.
 Meredith Craft, right, paints a skeleton on her friend Brandi Sallee's six-months-pregnant stomach before a Halloween party at the Morehead Drop-In Center. Ms. Craft is a peer mentor at the Drop-In, a safe and sober hangout for teenagers and young adults who have struggled with addiction.
 Joseph Nava, 17, and Cheyenne Hoskins, 14, dance in the grand entry. The family friends were the head man and head woman at the 2018 Southwestern University Native Powwow, an honorific role. “You’re not dancing for yourself, you’re dancing for your family and for people who can’t dance,” Joseph Nava said.
 Reverend Lamar Claypool and Ernest Perry catch up outside of Macedonia Baptist Church in Georgetown after the annual MLK Day march.
 Sydney Huck examines her prom look while her mother, Sharon, looks on. Moments before Sydney had become frustrated, second-guessing her dress selection. Sydney, a senior and dedicated high school athlete, was crowned prom queen later that night.
 Britney Sanders holds her daughter, Annabelle Abundiz, after graduating from Richarte High School. Britney dropped out of high school after learning she was pregnant. Richarte, Georgetown's alternative school, gave her the flexibility and support she needed as a student mother, she said.
 Eleanora Buratti, 6, reaches to pet a day-old lamb, held by her father James. The Burattis run a small Cheviot sheep breeding operation in the small town of Granger. Mr. Buratti's family has owned the 100-acre farm for five generations.
 Hank Hardin, 4, prepares to try his hand at goat-roping. He and his dad, Cody, drove in from Lago Vista after hearing the 75th Annual Williamson County Sheriff's Posse might be the last rodeo held in Georgetown due to planned demolition of the city-owned arena.
 Yusuf Sham, left, and Keyshaan Castle, right, run a defensive line drill at daybreak in April. Southwestern University Pirates put in 16 to 20 hours of work a week during the spring training.
 East View High School Patriots erupt into cheers during the annual crosstown rivalry game against the Georgetown High School Eagles. The Patriots, the underdogs, lost.
 From left to right William Brousseau, 12, Emma Hilton, 14, and Cole Bishop, 12, try to navigate out of a room with their "rescue," the mannequin, while blindfolded.
  Walker Windsor, of Round Rock, takes a shine to Sully at the grand opening of Garey Park. His grandmother, Jan Windsor, lives in Liberty Hill and wanted to celebrate her birthday at the park opening. Sully works at the Ride on Center for Kids and will retire soon.
 Diana Wilcox, of Newark, took a moment to pray before the T. Don Hutto Residential Center after a prayer service in Taylor on Sunday morning. The service was coordinated with the Episcopal Church’s General Convention at the Austin Convention Center.
 Alejandro Olvera, of Georgetown, and her daughter Jenny, 5, joined demonstrators at the T. Don Hutto Residential Center in Taylor on Sunday morning. Ms. Olvera spoke of the fear immigration issues and the local political climate have created amongst her community.
 Kim Combs, of Florence, dances with Brent Godbey, of Leander. This was his first time at The Cotton Country Club.
 Norma Smith hustles away shining boots in a back corner of The Cotton Country Club on a Saturday night. She works in the dental field by day.
MSimmons (18 of 20).jpg
 Darcy Vaquera lands a punch to Victoria Trabysh, both of San Antonio, during a fight at the annual Sterling Gloves Boxing Tournament this past weekend. The tournament brought thousands to the Georgetown High School gymnasium.
 Bella Garcia, 8, and Molly Magiera, 10, goof off before the start of the 35th Annual Fourth of July Family Celebration in San Gabriel Park. The Magiera family comes to the firework show every year, mother Erica said.
 Georgetown’s District Attorney Dee Hobbs thanks the crowd for supporting his reelection, alongside his daughter Hunter.
MSimmons13.jpg
hat (2 of 2).jpg
 Devhaun Little, center, secures third place over Jake Brown, right, and a runner from Hutto High School in the 100-meter dash at the district track meet held at East View High School.
 Brianna Nunn, left, and Meranda Nunnery, right, find their friends and family in the crowd before walking the stage at the Southwestern University graduation ceremony Saturday.

Reverend Kurt Hein, with help from friend Daniel Guenat, baptizes Christopher Cano, 10, on Easter Sunday. He was baptized alongside three of his siblings and said the baptism was "cold but fun." The Light of Christ Anglican Church held a sunrise service in Blue Hole Park.

Beto O’Rourke, the Democratic lawmaker seeking to unseat U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, addresses a crowd of 600-plus at Pearl Snap Hall in Georgetown in February.


Stella Cortines regales herself with New Year's Eve getup at Mesquite Creek Outfitters while her family tries to coerce her into her coat two hours before midnight.

Devan Harris Jr., 4, tries to sit still during a haircut from Nikolas Shanklin at Papa Frank’s Barber Shop. Proprietor Mr. Shanklin named his business after his grandfather, Frank Miller, a patriarch of the black community in Georgetown.

Ray Mickan, sporting a ring given to him by his wife, Ethel, is a man with a story for every occasion.

Meredith Craft, right, paints a skeleton on her friend Brandi Sallee's six-months-pregnant stomach before a Halloween party at the Morehead Drop-In Center. Ms. Craft is a peer mentor at the Drop-In, a safe and sober hangout for teenagers and young adults who have struggled with addiction.

Joseph Nava, 17, and Cheyenne Hoskins, 14, dance in the grand entry. The family friends were the head man and head woman at the 2018 Southwestern University Native Powwow, an honorific role. “You’re not dancing for yourself, you’re dancing for your family and for people who can’t dance,” Joseph Nava said.

Reverend Lamar Claypool and Ernest Perry catch up outside of Macedonia Baptist Church in Georgetown after the annual MLK Day march.

Sydney Huck examines her prom look while her mother, Sharon, looks on. Moments before Sydney had become frustrated, second-guessing her dress selection. Sydney, a senior and dedicated high school athlete, was crowned prom queen later that night.

Britney Sanders holds her daughter, Annabelle Abundiz, after graduating from Richarte High School. Britney dropped out of high school after learning she was pregnant. Richarte, Georgetown's alternative school, gave her the flexibility and support she needed as a student mother, she said.

Eleanora Buratti, 6, reaches to pet a day-old lamb, held by her father James. The Burattis run a small Cheviot sheep breeding operation in the small town of Granger. Mr. Buratti's family has owned the 100-acre farm for five generations.

Hank Hardin, 4, prepares to try his hand at goat-roping. He and his dad, Cody, drove in from Lago Vista after hearing the 75th Annual Williamson County Sheriff's Posse might be the last rodeo held in Georgetown due to planned demolition of the city-owned arena.

Yusuf Sham, left, and Keyshaan Castle, right, run a defensive line drill at daybreak in April. Southwestern University Pirates put in 16 to 20 hours of work a week during the spring training.

East View High School Patriots erupt into cheers during the annual crosstown rivalry game against the Georgetown High School Eagles. The Patriots, the underdogs, lost.

From left to right William Brousseau, 12, Emma Hilton, 14, and Cole Bishop, 12, try to navigate out of a room with their "rescue," the mannequin, while blindfolded.

Walker Windsor, of Round Rock, takes a shine to Sully at the grand opening of Garey Park. His grandmother, Jan Windsor, lives in Liberty Hill and wanted to celebrate her birthday at the park opening. Sully works at the Ride on Center for Kids and will retire soon.

Diana Wilcox, of Newark, took a moment to pray before the T. Don Hutto Residential Center after a prayer service in Taylor on Sunday morning. The service was coordinated with the Episcopal Church’s General Convention at the Austin Convention Center.

Alejandro Olvera, of Georgetown, and her daughter Jenny, 5, joined demonstrators at the T. Don Hutto Residential Center in Taylor on Sunday morning. Ms. Olvera spoke of the fear immigration issues and the local political climate have created amongst her community.


Kim Combs, of Florence, dances with Brent Godbey, of Leander. This was his first time at The Cotton Country Club.

Norma Smith hustles away shining boots in a back corner of The Cotton Country Club on a Saturday night. She works in the dental field by day.

Darcy Vaquera lands a punch to Victoria Trabysh, both of San Antonio, during a fight at the annual Sterling Gloves Boxing Tournament this past weekend. The tournament brought thousands to the Georgetown High School gymnasium.


Bella Garcia, 8, and Molly Magiera, 10, goof off before the start of the 35th Annual Fourth of July Family Celebration in San Gabriel Park. The Magiera family comes to the firework show every year, mother Erica said.

Georgetown’s District Attorney Dee Hobbs thanks the crowd for supporting his reelection, alongside his daughter Hunter.

Devhaun Little, center, secures third place over Jake Brown, right, and a runner from Hutto High School in the 100-meter dash at the district track meet held at East View High School.

Brianna Nunn, left, and Meranda Nunnery, right, find their friends and family in the crowd before walking the stage at the Southwestern University graduation ceremony Saturday.

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