Reeves brings smarts, sound defense to Panthers

By Taylor Grafft You probably remember him from last season when he made the Liberty Hill Panther football team’s play of the year. With time winding down, Jason Reeves picked off Burnet quarterback Derek Kiser to seal the victory for the Panthers and instantly became a Liberty Hill legend. Now Reeves’ interception feels even more […]

Lady Panthers fall short to Fredericksburg

By Taylor Grafft Oh so close. The Liberty Hill Lady Panthers varsity volleyball team lost to Fredericksburg on Tuesday night in a heartbreaker at the Panthers Den after forcing a Game 5. The Ladies fell short, losing three games to two (22-25, 21-25, 25-13, 26-24, 10-15). One of the largest crowds of the season created […]

Liberty Hill Panthers vs Brownwood Lions

 7:30 p.m. Friday at Panther Stadium Records Brownwood: 1-1, 0-0 District 3-4A Div. I (Week 0 Brownwood 35, Gatesville 0; Week 1 Graham 40, Brownwood 15) Liberty Hill: 1-1, 0-0 District 14-4A Div. I (Week 0 La Grange 24, Liberty Hill 7; Week 1 Liberty Hill 49, Brenham 47) Last week Brownwood: The Lions suffered their […]

Meet brings more than 600 runners to Liberty Hill

Head Coach Kim Holt and the Liberty Hill Cross Country teams hosted the 2014 Liberty Hill Cross Country Invitational last Saturday, Sept. 6, at Liberty High Junior High School and came away with good results. Coach Holt was pleased with not only the large turnout at the meet, but also with the way her Liberty […]

Council amends parkland ordinance

By SHELLY WILKISON Over the objections of a developer, the Liberty Hill City Council voted unanimously Monday to amend an ordinance requiring residential subdivisions of 12 or more single-family or multi-family units to provide parkland or pay a fee in lieu thereof. Breck Kean of Georgia-based Prestwick Development, which was awarded federal housing tax credits […]

Rushing standouts Shannon, Lindsay, Hernandez prepare for Brownwood

By BOB VARMETTE Liberty Hill junior fullback Jon Shannon is probably right. The Brownwood Lions, the Panthers’ non-district opponent this week, are probably not targeting him nor the Panthers’ running game in general. But they no doubt took notice after Liberty Hill ran for 491 yards and eight touchdowns in the Panthers’ 49-47 win over […]

Green proving to be great player for Lady Panthers

By Taylor Grafft Senior outside hitter and middle blocker Jill Green has been playing great volleyball for the Liberty Hill Lady Panthers early on this season and was a key player for them in the Leander ISD Volleypalooza last week. Green is someone that her teammates and Coach Gretchen Peterson can count on to provide […]

Sanders’ dedication will bring Panthers success

By Taylor Grafft For senior offensive lineman Jake Sanders, football means more than just playing every Friday night in the fall under the lights — it’s a way of life. It’s a sport he says consumes his life 365 days a year and this season he has hopes to help Liberty Hill get back to […]

Unique collectibles, antiques available at The Ranch House

By Dana Delgado It’s been over 120 years in the making and owner Jenna Mount along with her mother Patsy Irvin can’t wait to share and offer their unique collection of vintage, primitive, antique and collectable items at their new business venture, The Ranch House Antiques, beginning today, Sept. 4. The Ranch House Antiques is […]

37th Annual Oatmeal Festival draws crowds to Bertram

By SEAN SHAPIRO BERTRAM – Mark Sutherberg knows exactly how he likes his oatmeal. Instead of adding sugar or other fixings, Sutherberg prefers his oatmeal plain and simple. Otherwise, it becomes very difficult to scarf down in a speedy manner when you have less than a minute to eat as many bowls as possible. That […]