Archives for January 2014

Liberty Hill drops Llano in District 8-3A opener

By TAYLOR GRAFFT The Liberty Hill Lady Panthers basketball team started the new year off with a win Jan. 3 in their district opener after they played suffocating defense in the second half. The home win in the Panthers’ Den put the Lady Panthers back on track after they fell to Bowie in their last […]

Runnin’ Panthers pick up first win of soccer season

By TAYLOR GRAFFT The Liberty Hill Runnin’ Panthers soccer team returned to Panther Stadium Tuesday after losing to Vandegrift Jan. 3 and picked up two positive results. Against the Hutto Junior Varsity team, the Panthers tied 1-1 with a goal from Garrett Cummins that was assisted by Giovanny Salazar. The Panthers then played against the […]

R Bank partners with City of Bertram for new police vests

By Dana Delgado BERTRAM — Bertram police officers have added a new line of protection with the acquisition of four essential protective vests. Mayor Dickie Allen made the announcement at a meeting Dec. 26 from his office at Bertram City Hall and called it a critical addition that will not only assist police officers in […]

A dynamic duo at Bertram City Hall

By Dana Delgado BERTRAM — Only days separate their arrival at Bertram’s City Hall, but this unlikely pair have merged into one dynamic duo administering the affairs of the town with professionalism and efficiency.   Evan Milliorn was hired first as the City’s Secretary in 2010, but Georgina Hernandez, the would-be City Treasurer hired later, […]

William Scott Coulter

William Scott Coulter, 57, went home to be with Jesus on December 19, 2013.  Scott was born on August 10, 1955 in Mansfield, Ohio to William Moore and Ethel Coulter. Scott attended Lexington High School in Ohio, and graduated Cum Laude in 1977 with a Bachelor of Administration degree from Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio.  […]

Bob McEachern

Bob McEachern of Liberty Hill, Texas, passed away on Christmas morning after a lengthy illness. Born August 8, 1929, Bob is a native Austinite. He is predeceased by his wife Charlene, his parents, Eldora and Elbert McEachern, and by his younger sister, Gwendolyn Bearden. Bob was a graduate of Austin High School, class of 1948. […]

Liberty Hill welcomes soccer to Panther Stadium

By TAYLOR GRAFFT Soccer in Liberty Hill is officially underway after the boys and girls teams scrimmaged against the Wimberley Texans on Monday in front of a large crowd of supporters. The coaches and players have already named this the “unofficial season” since there will not be any official games for the Panthers. Regardless, the […]

Texas Search and Rescue joins Liberty Hill quest for missing teen

By Dana Delgado The search for a North Texas teen missing since November from Meridell Achievement Center in Liberty Hill continued through the holidays. Liberty Hill Police Chief Randy Williams said 16-year-old Christopher Seth Briggs went missing Nov. 17 from the private co-ed residential treatment center that specializes in psychiatry and neuropsychiatry for children and […]