Residents object to Highland Terrace’s high density zone change

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By SHELLY WILKISON Residents whose property backs up to the proposed Highland Terrace subdivision protested the City’s consideration of a zoning change Tuesday that if finally approved by the City Council would allow the developer to build up to 10 single family homes per acre without a buffer between the two neighborhoods. Despite the objections, […]

Baseball drops pair of games to Taylor, Leander

By TAYLOR GRAFFT The Liberty Hill baseball team dropped their district game to the Taylor Ducks on Tuesday in a 4-3 loss at home. The Panthers had a 2-0 lead in the third inning before the Ducks cut the deficit to one run in the fourth. Liberty Hill then extended their lead to 3-1 in […]

Zausch scores extra time goal to give Panthers shot at State Title

The Panthers celebrate the winning goal Wednesday by #19 Zachari Zausch that sent Liberty Hill to the State championship game at 2:30pm April 17. The Panthers play San Elizario for the title. (Shannon Hofmann Photo)

By Taylor Grafft GEORGETOWN — Liberty Hill senior Zachari Zausch sent the Liberty Hill Panther soccer team to the state finals with a last-grasp goal in extra time, and secured a 2-1 win over Center High School on Wednesday evening. The Panthers will play the San Elizario Eagles at 2:30 p.m. Friday, April 17, in […]

Council says yes to plan for Tractor Supply

By SHELLY WILKISON A site plan for Tractor Supply received the City Council’s unanimous approval Monday. Tractor Supply will begin construction very soon on its newest store on Loop 332 in Liberty Hill. A building permit has already been approved. The main entrance to the site will be on Loop 332, and the plan calls […]

Panthers turn things around after loss

Lynsey Mitchell dives to tag out a runner during Liberty Hill’s win against Taylor on Tuesday. Mitchell and the Panthers have turned around their play after losing the prior week. (Kathy Canady Photo)

By TAYLOR GRAFFT A lot has changed for the Lady Panthers since last week’s 2-1 road loss to Burnet in extra innings. Liberty Hill is learning how to deal with adversity as the team looks to finish out their district schedule with nothing short of a title. The good news for Liberty Hill fans is […]

EXTRA POINTS: Panthers have one of best stories at state tournament

By SEAN SHAPIRO GEORGETOWN — Of all the success stories entering the 2015 UIL State Soccer Tournament – and there are quite a few – nothing stands up to what the Liberty Hill boys soccer team did this season. Yes, of the 24 teams at the state tournament, 14 were making their inaugural appearance. And […]

Major’s Burger Company coming to Liberty Hill

Fred Hinze, owner of the new Major's Burger Company on SH 29 in Liberty Hill. (Christine Bolanos Photo)

By Christine Bolaños Something major is coming to Liberty Hill and it’s not at a baseball diamond. Major’s Burger Company, a family-friendly restaurant with an outside play area, indoor and outdoor seating, spacious parking and a drive-thru window, is slated to open around May 1. Owner Fred Hinze said the restaurant will be much more […]

Lack of signage delays enforcement of hands-free ordinance

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An ordinance prohibiting use of mobile communication devices while driving in Liberty Hill will not be enforced until the appropriate signage is posted. The Liberty Hill City Council adopted the hands-free ordinance in February setting an effective date of April 1. However, the correct signage was not purchased by the City in time for the […]

Letter of intent signed, Elliott headed to regional

Blake Elliott recently signed his letter of intent to play golf at Paris Junior College. (Kathy Canady Photo)

By SEAN SHAPIRO Blake Elliott sprouted between his sophomore and junior years of high school. His golf game grew with him. After being a self-described “good, but not great” golfer as a 5-foot-2 sophomore, Elliott grew into his now 5-foot-9 frame that will be competing at the Class 4A, Region IV tournament next week and […]

Liberty Hill outlasts Boerne in penalty-kick filled area round match

Kale Sudderth and Jack Brewer celebrate the game-tying goal in the second period of overtime against Boerne. The Panthers later won in penalty kicks. (Shannon Hofmann Photo)

By TAYLOR GRAFT DRIPPING SPRINGS — The Liberty Hill Panthers defeated the Boerne Greyhounds in a penalty shootout last Thursday night in Dripping Springs 2-2 (4-2 penalties). Twice in the match the Panthers founds themselves trailing and needing a goal to keep their season alive. Boerne was awarded a penalty with 23 minutes remaining in […]