Poor course conditions muddy Lady Panthers’ season

By Lauren Jette ROUND ROCK — The Lady Panthers cross country team has spent the last three months preparing for one race in particular by pounding courses that were usually dry, dusty paths over varied terrain. What they got for the final race of the season was two miles of flooded mud pit at the […]

Charlotte P. Arnold

Charlotte P. Arnold, 84, of Liberty Hill passed away on November 4, 2015. Charlotte was born on February 3, 1931 in Jamaca, Long Island, New York to loving parents, Walter Paul and Helen Mae (Baker) Pries. She was the sister to Roberta Morton of Raymond, Maine and Walter Pries of Wilton, New Hampshire. John L. […]

Sidewalk construction to begin in January

By SHELLY WILKISON The Liberty Hill City Council selected a local company to construct sidewalks in the downtown area during its regular meeting Monday. Capitol Concrete Contractors Inc. of Liberty Hill submitted the low bid of $278,828 to construct 4,700 linear feet of concrete sidewalks, curb ramps, crosswalk striping, erosion control and other related items. […]

Friday night lights don’t faze freshman Sanders

By Lauren Jette The stadium lights on Friday nights can be blinding for some football players, especially younger ones. Those lights make freshman utility player Reid Sanders nervous, but they haven’t prevented him from making an impact on the field for District 14-4A champion Liberty Hill. In four appearances, Sanders has accumulated 195 yards and […]

Rosalie ‘Rosie’ Virginia Scott

Rosalie “Rosie” Virginia Scott, 65, went to be with the Lord in the early hours of Friday morning, October 23, 2015. She passed away peacefully in her sleep. Rosie was born April 13, 1950, in Houston, TX. She was able to provide a good Christian education for her children by working in exchange for their tuition as […]

Lester Guin

Born March 8, 1945 in Edinburg, Texas to Reuben and Imogene Guin. Lester Guin proudly served in the Air Force from 1964-1967; Stationed in Waco, Texas, France, and Germany. He also served in various police departments and was a lifetime member of the Shriner’s. Lester loved fishing, boating, movies and above all his family. He […]

Joseph Henry Bonnett

December 1, 1927 – October 29, 2015 Joe Bonnett, of Bertram, Texas passed away at home on October 29, 2015. He is survived by his wife of 67 years, RosaLee Bonnett and their 5 children; Larry Bonnett of Bertram, Gary Bonnett of Marble Falls, Terry Bonnett of Burnet, Barry Bonnett of Reno, NV. And Renee’ […]

Panthers close successful fall season in regional semifinals tennis

By Lauren Jette The Panther tennis team made a statement at the regional tournament in Willis last weekend, knocking off a district champion before falling to the number one seed to finish their second fall season. In the first match, Liberty Hill defeated Groesbeck 10-9 in the quarterfinals. Tied at 9 all, Kerri Bunting won […]

Wilson looking for perfect record in district

By Mike Schoeffel With an expected win over Bandera this Friday, Liberty Hill lineman Justin Wilson will finish his varsity career with a 15-0 record against district competition. A win also guarantees Wilson will graduate as a three-time district champion. He’s proud of those numbers and accomplishments, but he’s certainly not satisfied, not while a […]

New home a good fit for Operation Liberty Hill

By Lauren Jette Operation Liberty Hill celebrated the move to its new location on Highway 183 North, just south of Seward Junction with a ribbon cutting on Monday. “Well, this is an awesome day. It’s been a long time coming and this is just the perfect time, because God’s timing was so great,” Operation Liberty […]