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It's hard to believe the that just 10 months ago, an armed gunman opened fire at our congressional baseball practice one morning. Despite that horrific event, it was comforting to be back on Simpson Field with my teammates for the first time this season. As coach, I knew we had to go back there and show the world that we are strong, and that we will not be succumb to fear. We’ve got a lot of work to do before the game, but I’m confident that we’ll pull out a win this year.
I have spent the past two weeks crisscrossing through our great district to meet with all of you and hear your ideas and concerns that I can take back with me to Washington. I met with many small business owners and employees, school district officials, and healthcare experts - I had a great time talking about everyday issues we all face and how I can help y'all. Below are some highlights I'd like to share:
Scores of Vietnam veterans gathered for events commemorating Vietnam veterans on Thursday.
A National Vietnam Veterans Commemorative Breakfast was organized and hosted by Chapter 1000 of the Vietnam Veterans of America at the Harker Heights Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3892. Later in the day, the Killeen Veterans Center hosted a barbecue to properly welcome the veterans home. Both events offered Vietnam veterans an opportunity to reunite and reflect on the history of the war and veterans-related issues.
LAMPASAS — Congressman Roger Williams, R–Austin, recognized veterans who served during the Vietnam War era for their service to the nation, during a National Vietnam War Veterans Day ceremony at the Old Middle School complex in Lampasas Thursday.
Williams expressed his gratitude for their valor and selfless service during an unpopular war, and for their sacrifices that benefited all Americans.
WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Congressman Roger Williams (R – Austin), joined Fox 44 Killeen to give a reaction on President Donald Trump's first State of the Union Address.
WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Congressman Roger Williams (R – Austin), released the following statement Tuesday night following President Trump’s first State of the Union Address to the nation:
One of my favorite parts about being your representative is getting to travel around our district and meet many of you. I had the opportunity to visit some of our great towns and hear your concerns about important issues such as the shutdown, tax reform, our military, and immigration. Here are some highlights I'd like to share with y'all:
WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Congressman Roger Williams (R – Austin), released the following statement on Saturday morning after the Federal Government shut down:
An estimated 400 to 500 people were on hand for the dedication of the Whitney Veterans Memorial Park, located at 217 South Colorado Street, Saturday, November 11.
Keynote speaker Congressman Roger Williams delivered remarks, saying that he was honored to be present for the Veterans Day event.
"When Americans see this park, they will see strength, they will see honor and they will see bravery," Williams said.