Archives for October 2013

FOOD WISE: Crock pot favorites just in time for fall

By CHEF RENEE MORGAN This week, I decided to hold my very own crock pot palooza! Ready to get crocked? So am I. Boy, do I feel like I’m meeting myself coming and going and going and coming. Time to get out the trusty ole’ crock pot. Y’all know how I feel about crock pots. […]

Lady Panthers sweep Llano, Lampasas

By TAYLOR GRAFFT The Liberty Hill Varsity Volleyball team swept Llano 3-0 (25-13, 25-5, 25-22) on Oct. 11 and then swept Lampasas 3-0 (25-7, 25-19, 25-13) on Oct. 15 in two solid district wins. The Panthers are still undefeated in district play, 6-0, and have a 26-9 record overall. In their match against Lampasas, Peyton […]

Panthers upset Llano in District 8-3A opener

The Liberty Hill Panthers hosted Llano in their District 8-3A opener Friday and came away with their fifth straight win. Another total team effort by the Panthers featured touchdowns by the offense, defense and special teams on their way to a 54-21 victory over the Yellowjackets. After a scoreless first quarter, Liberty Hill opened the […]

Businessman sparks unique celebration of service

By Dana Delgado Although Don Bebee’s personal and professional world has been severely shaken in the last 60 days, the Liberty Hill businessman didn’t think twice when he decided to make sure someone he barely knew a few years ago acquired her own personal peace. Bebee’s mother, who had courageously survived cancer five years ago, […]

Whittaker enjoys the rocky road of gem mining

By Dana Delgado BERTRAM — Becky Whittaker had a lot of reasons to walk away from her secure “real” job at a hearing aid manufacturing plant some 13 years ago. Besides being bored and no longer wanting to endure a long commute to work, Whittaker missed the joy she had as a child. “I love […]

Assistant coaches prepare players for success on and off the football field

By TAYLOR GRAFFT The Liberty Hill Panthers football team has enjoyed a tremendous amount of success over the years under Head Coach Jerry Vance. The reason for that success comes from Coach Vance’s ability to find and surround himself with some of the best coaching talent in Central Texas. The Liberty Hill assistant coaches pride […]

Patients look to Gallagher’s Pharmacy for personal care, trusted experience

By SHELLY WILKISON GEORGETOWN — It’s the personal care and attention, and the relationship between professional employees and customers that makes Gallagher’s Pharmacy different. In fact, the store is so welcoming and the staff so friendly that customers often stop by for a visit and then pick up their medicine while they are there. “We […]

FOOD WISE: Benefits to enjoying bacon in moderation

By CHEF RENEE MORGAN True confession time. I love to collect t-shirts with funny food sayings on them. They say things like “C Shef” with a girl chef showing her muscles, and “baller” with a picture of a ball canning jar. I know, I’m a huge dork! If you were to inspect my t-shirt drawer […]

Talented leaders contributing to Lady Panthers’ success

By Taylor Grafft The Liberty Hill Lady Panthers volleyball team has displayed confidence and total team effort throughout the 2013 season. The Lady Panthers are sitting with a 20-9 record and are currently ranked 10th in Class 3A in the Texas Girls Coaches Association Poll. Much of the team’s success this season can be credited […]

1964 senior class project brought water to Liberty Hill

By Dana Delgado Nearly 50 years ago, the youthful prodigy of three bright-eyed, highly industrious students struck upon an idea — a pipe dream at the time —  that markedly impacted residents of Liberty Hill then and to this day. The three were James Myers, Tony Miranda, and Margie Frasier who made up the entire […]