City: Water containing E. coli was disinfected before distribution

By SHELLY WILKISON The City of Liberty Hill says water that tested positive for E. coli bacteria Sept. 25 was disinfected before it made its way into homes and businesses, making it unlikely that anyone would have become ill from its consumption. Utility Supervisor Brian Kirk said Monday that the City notified water customers by […]

Council votes to create job description for part-time city manager

By SHELLY WILKISON The Liberty Hill City Council voted Monday to hire a full-time police officer, write a job description for a part-time city manager, and accept a $50,000 task order for engineering services. Upon the recommendation of Police Chief Randy Williams, the Council voted unanimously to hire Robert Fox as a full-time patrol officer. […]

Panthers pounce Texans

Will Fromme (#24) had a breakout game in Friday’s 46-24 win over the visiting 
Wimberley Texans that included two touchdowns. The Panthers played a memorable game despite heavy downpours during the second half. (Photo by Kathy Canady)

By Joseph Garcia When the halftime scoreboard read Liberty Hill 6, Wimberley 3, it seemed certain to be a different story than the Panthers’ previous high scoring affairs, but instead it was a tale of two halves. Having made the necessary halftime adjustments, the Panthers honed in on the visiting Texans and outscored them 40-21 […]