Liberty Hill volleyball opens District 25-4A with a sweep against Llano

By Taylor Grafft The Liberty Hill volleyball team opened district 25-4A with an easy road win against the Llano in 3-0 (25-14, 25-20, 25-7) sweep Friday. Coach Gretchen Peterson was pleased with her team’s performance and how they set the precedent for the rest of the season. “We had some mental lapses and let down […]

John Archibeque, Jr., is the keynote speaker at Liberty Fit Health, wellness and Safety Fair on Oct. 4. (Courtesy Photo)

Liberty Fit Health fair offers vendors, prizes, dynamic speakers

Organizers for the community’s first health and wellness fair say the event is shaping up to be an entertaining educational experience for young people and their families. Liberty Fit Health, Wellness and Safety Fair will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 4, at Liberty Hill High School. The event is far more […]

Classic Bakery opened last week in downtown Liberty Hill, 100 Myrtle Lane, Suites D & E. The bakery, owned by Flavia and Robert Barton is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. (Shelly Wilkison Photo)

Classic Bakery brings delicious, healthy breads to downtown Liberty Hill

By SHELLY WILKISON Flavia Barton looks for healthy foods that taste good together. Then, with a touch of spice and occasionally a little sweetness, she combines it all together and the result is scenting downtown Liberty Hill with the delightful aromas of fresh-baked bread, cookies, brownies and cinnamon rolls. Classic Bakery opened last week at […]

Pumpkin Soup served from a hollowed-out pumpkin. (Courtesy Photo)

FOOD WISE: Celebrate fall with pumpkin-y goodness

By CHEF RENEE MORGAN I recently heard that this year’s largest pumpkin record holder weighs in at over 2,000 pounds. Can you imagine? The guy who grew it said he fed it fish and seaweed. That sounds funny, but those nutrients do come in a dehydrated form to use as plant food. It kinda makes […]

STAFF NOTEBOOK: Chickens are welcome in Liberty Hill

There is a new atmosphere around City Hall these days. Folks don’t seem to be as focused on gotcha politics, personal paybacks and replaying the same tired, old grudges from week to week. In fact, people seem to want to get things accomplished. That’s good news and it sure beats sitting around griping. Let’s hope […]

Travis Martin (center) portrays  Jesus in "Godspell".  In the back from left to right is Amanda Serra, Wendy Jo Cox and Brian Losoya as Judas. (Courtesy Photo)

Spellbound by ‘Godspell’

By ART RODRIGUEZ If you were like me as a child, Sunday School ran the gamut from exciting to the mundane. However, I was never taught the parables from the Gospels of Matthew and Luke in quite the way “Godspell” by the Austin Theatre Project re-enacts them. First opened on Broadway in 1971, “Godspell” tells […]

Cynthia Anderson holds a special occasion dress at her children’s clothing consignment resale boutique, Kids Alley. The Bertram store is located in the shadow of the city’s water tower. (Dana Delgado Photo)

Bows galore, clothing consignments at Bertram’s Kids Alley

By Dana Delgado BERTRAM — With a grand opening over Labor Day weekend during the Oatmeal Festival, Cynthia Anderson has been busy restocking her trendy, children’s clothing consignment resale boutique, Kids Alley. Located in the heart of Bertram’s historic downtown district at 165 S. Gabriel Street, Kids Alley carries both boys and girls clothes as […]

Today’s Headlines

As the City of Liberty Hill Public Works Director, Wayne Bonnet is among those helping to acquire more water for a growing community.  (Kathy Canady Photo)

Bonnet on front line of city water challenges

By SEAN SHAPIRO The rain the past two weeks has helped, but managing Liberty Hill’s water supply is not an easy task for Wayne Bonnet, the … More

News of Tractor Supply sparks discussion about development

By SEAN SHAPIRO Major retail chains are starting to take notice of Liberty Hill’s rapid growth, and Tractor Supply Company may be the next … More

Council adopts budget, sets tax rate

By SHELLY WILKISON The Liberty Hill City Council adopted a $1.8 million budget for fiscal 2014, which includes a 3 percent pay increase for … More

After 32 years with LHISD, Tredemeyer announces retirement

By SHELLY WILKISON Liberty Hill Elementary School Principal Jan Tredemeyer will retire in December after 32 years with the Liberty Hill school … More

P&Z gives first nod to Morningstar

By SHELLY WILKISON Members of Liberty Hill’s Planning and Zoning Commission gave the first nod Tuesday to a new subdivision proposed for the … More

Liberty Hill Business

Classic Bakery opened last week in downtown Liberty Hill, 100 Myrtle Lane, Suites D & E. The bakery, owned by Flavia and Robert Barton is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. (Shelly Wilkison Photo)

Classic Bakery brings delicious, healthy breads to downtown Liberty Hill

By SHELLY WILKISON Flavia Barton looks for healthy foods that taste good together. Then, with a touch of spice and occasionally a little sweetness, she combines it all together and the result is scenting downtown Liberty Hill with the delightful aromas of fresh-baked bread, cookies, brownies and cinnamon rolls. Classic Bakery opened last week at […]

Cynthia Anderson holds a special occasion dress at her children’s clothing consignment resale boutique, Kids Alley. The Bertram store is located in the shadow of the city’s water tower. (Dana Delgado Photo)

Bows galore, clothing consignments at Bertram’s Kids Alley

By Dana Delgado BERTRAM — With a grand opening over Labor Day weekend during the Oatmeal Festival, Cynthia Anderson has been busy restocking her trendy, children’s clothing consignment resale boutique, Kids Alley. Located in the heart of Bertram’s historic downtown district at 165 S. Gabriel Street, Kids Alley carries both boys and girls clothes as […]

John Morelock of Bluebonnet Pride Insurance. The longtime Liberty Hill business is growing and moving to a larger location in Clark’s Commons. (Sean Shapiro Photo)

Community success sparks success for Bluebonnet Pride

By SEAN SHAPIRO By nature and business mission statements, insurance agencies are supposed to support and protect their clients. At Bluebonnet Pride Insurance Agency, the staff takes that a couple steps further and has become part of the Liberty Hill community since it first opened in 1996. “The citizens here pay for the rent, the […]