Mayor promotes city progress while candidates reach out to LH voters

By SHELLY WILKISON Liberty Hill is coming of age. That was the message delivered by Mayor Connie Fuller to local business leaders and their guests, along with some candidates for various public offices who campaigned Tuesday at Dahlia Cafe in Liberty Hill. It was the second day of early voting, and most of the 11 […]

Liberty Hill tops Boerne on homecoming

By BOB VARMETTE This is how you beat a passing team with a Tennessee commit for a quarterback: You do it exactly the way Liberty Hill Coach Jerry Vance drew it up. You keep the ball away from Boerne quarterback Quinten Dormady – a four-star quarterback who is rated the 14th-best pocket passer in the […]

Homecoming chat: Liberty Hill vs. Boerne

Live Blog Homecoming chat: Liberty Hill vs. Boerne  

Candidates share views in JP #2 race

By SEAN SHAPIRO Judge Edna Staudt and Dan Michael are vying for Williamson County Justice of the Peace in Precinct 2, which serves Liberty Hill, and both are interested in the job for similar reasons. They both want the job done the right way, and they both want to have a positive impact on the […]

Transportation, jobs, water are top issues in Commissioner’s race

By SEAN SHAPIRO Transportation, jobs and water. In the race for Williamson County Commissioner Precinct 2, those may be the three top issues. With the growth in Central Texas, all three have become hot-button topics the past couple years, and both Republican Cynthia Long, who has held the position since 2007, and Democratic challenger Eddie […]

City officials, volunteers celebrate an improved City Park

Liberty Hill city officials, volunteers and dozens of families celebrated the official opening of City Park Saturday with a ribbon cutting and picnic. The 22-acre park on CR 200 has belonged to the City for more than a decade and has been mostly used by Liberty Hill Youth Soccer Association and Liberty Hill Youth Football […]

Charles Canady

Charles Canady may have lost the battle against cancer but, he won the war on October 16, 2014 at 8:22 pm. He passed away in his room on his bed surrounded by his wife, children and friends. He was brought back home to his beloved Liberty Hill Thursday and passed with dignity surrounded by love […]

THROWBACK THURSDAY: Seward Junction got its name in the mid-1930s

By JAMES WEAR Back in the late ‘80’s and early ‘90’s, when the Liberty Hill Cafe was my second home, among my mother-in-law’s frequent customers were Mildred and W.K. Seward. W.K. never was much of a talker, but Mildred enjoyed visiting and for reasons that escaped me, took a liking to this long-haired country boy […]

EDITORIAL: ‘Charles Canady Park’ would be lasting tribute to leader’s legacy of service

Charles Canady could have been the hero of a big Hollywood movie. Picture the panoramic views from our surrounding hills, the sounds of an orchestra building to a crescendo like they used to in those old Westerns, the open sky, the San Gabriel River at Blue Hole. Then the camera would move to a shot […]

Poster inspired Wild West Salon

By Dana Delgado When Christal Alexander came across a fascinating framed poster at a thrift store, she jumped at what she thought was a bargain at $11.99. Later she would see that same poster priced at over $100 at another store making her find a real steal. But this was more than just an exciting […]