Walker looking to lead a run back to state

By Joseph Garcia Liberty Hill senior Presley Walker has earned the right to be called a leader and it shows. Walker, 18, is known for her upbeat attitude and is seemingly a coach’s dream. You will not get an argument otherwise from Lady Panthers’ Coach Charice Hankins. “Presley (Walker) is a great kid,” Hankins said. [...]

Easter Eggs-travaganza

  Hundreds of Liberty Hill area children participated in the March 30 Community Easter Egg Hunt hosted by Mission Liberty Hill Lutheran Church at Lions Foundation Park. Parishioners spent six weeks stuffing more than 3,500 eggs for the event. The event featured various children’s activities including face painting, bounce houses and a petting zoo. In [...]

FOOD WISE: Eggs-cellent choice for springtime meal

By CHEF RENEE MORGAN Spring has sprung, the birds are singing, the trees are turning green, and a chef’s thoughts turns to….eggs. Well, what do you egg-spect? (get it?) It is the Passover/Easter season, and it’s as if my chickens know it, or maybe they just know warmer days are coming. The production of those [...]

Local family celebrates 16th year of Cat Trax

By SHELLY WILKISON Sixteen years have passed since Brian Butler bought a used Bobcat, parked it on State Highway 29 and hung a “Rent Me” banner from it. As Butler greeted his 30,000th customer on Saturday at Cat Trax Rentals, he presented Sergio Delacanal  with a gift certificate and realized how fast the years had [...]