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Kyle, Texas | Economic Development


Austin-San Antonio corridor population will explode by 2030

 Could the Austin-San Antonio corridor one day become a megaregion like Dallas-Fort Worth? That's the rough takeaway of a LawnStarter analysis of Texas Water Development Board projections for growth in the two cities – and the lands in-between – by 2030.

Map: Texas suburbs, not cities, to grow the fastest by 2050; one Central Texas county will top them all

 Hays County, just south of Austin, is projected to be the fastest-growing county, by percentage, in all of Texas by 2050, according to county-level data released by the Texas Office of the State Demographer.

Prognosis: Kyle medical space due for more growth in 2015

 Buda resident Daniel Busby sat in an Austin Cancer Centers examination room in early January after shedding more than 30 pounds during the course of his treatment for Stage 4 cancer. But his months-long radiation therapy was winding down with only a week’s worth of sessions to go, and the tumor that had spread from his throat to his lymph node was gone.

New city manager wants to transform Kyle into a destination

 Less than a month ago, Scott Sellers resigned his position as city manager of Kilgore, Tex., the home of the world famous high-kicking, white-Stetsoned Kilgore Rangerettes, to become the city manager here in Kyle, the home of the world famous … er, the world famous … Come to think of it, what exactly is Kyle famous for?

Hays CISD applying to start early college high school

 Hays CISD could introduce an early college high school as soon as the beginning of the 2015–16 school year, district officials said.

The district is in the process of applying to operate an early college high school, a designation the state provides for innovative high schools that allow students to obtain as many as 60 hours of college credit while earning a diploma.

“We are still in the early stages [and] just now applying to see if we are approved for one through [the Texas Education Agency],” Hays CISD spokesman Tim Savoy said.

Study: TXST generates billions for Texas economy

 SAN MARCOS -- San Marcos residents are aware of the impact that the 27,600 students living there have on their community.

Whether it's for better or worse - depends on who you ask. But what about for richer or poorer?


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