Therapist treating Liberty Hill’s physical pains

By KATE LUDLOW Texas Physical Therapy Specialists understand that life can be a real pain in the neck. But when that stress starts to cause real, physical pain, they also want to be the ones to help you get back to normal. With that in mind, Aaron J. Wells, P.T., M.P.T, Clinic Director at Texas [...]

No ‘gotcha’ moment at CBLA candidate forum

By Kate Ludlow The Christian Business Leaders Association’s Candidate forum this week offered no real “gotcha” moment, though things did get tense as city council candidates answered questions in the only candidate forum this campaign season. Organizers said candidates from both the city council and school board races were invited, though no school board candidates [...]

Classic Bank ready to make a difference in its new location

For more than 100 years, Classic Bank has cared about more than its customers’ money – they have cared about the communities they serve. “We like to serve small communities. We like knowing your name,” says Jerry Rose, Senior Vice-President of Lending. “We intend to be a full part of this community.” Founded in 1889 [...]

CBLA questions Chamber about Shop Local, member benefits

By KATE LUDLOW Liberty Hill Chamber of Commerce President Valerie Zapien spoke to the Christian Business Leaders Association Tuesday about opportunities available to business members to utilize the Chamber’s services. During the open question session, Mrs. Zapien said that the Chamber has the responsibility to its member businesses, and that the organization’s focus is not [...]

Liberty Hill’s Great Trail Horse Farm offers champion bloodline

  It all started one day when a hard-headed “horse girl” decided she wanted a foal from one of her best mares, a Missouri Foxtrotter named Dolly. Kirsten Klindworth-Dahlke, who grew up with a love for horses and trail riding, has spent the past 14 years in a wheelchair as a result of a spinal [...]

Ivy Nails & Spa opens new salon to pamper Liberty Hill in time for spring

Ivy Nails & Spa is open for business at its new location just in time for spring break. Warmer temperatures mean it’s time for manicures and pedicures, facials and waxing. At the salon’s second Liberty Hill location, owner Henry Ngo and his wife Tuanh Luong offer the same fast, friendly service that has kept them [...]

Leander economic development guru offers advice to Liberty Hill

By KATE LUDLOW “You’ve got a friend in Leander. You can count on Leander to be of service to Liberty Hill.” Kirk D. Clennan, CEcD, Economic Development Director for the City of Leander, spoke Tuesday to members of the Christian Business Leaders Association, reminding them that they were headed for the same growth and change [...]

For Chamber, ‘Shop Local’ means Shop Chamber

Community and economic development facilitators say when people spend money in their hometowns, 68 percent of those funds stay in the community. During a presentation to members of the Liberty Hill Chamber of Commerce Tuesday, representatives of the Lower Colorado River Authority and Pedernales Electric Co-op shared a quote from a marketing company regarding the [...]

Berkley brings big-city medicine to Liberty Hill Physician Associates

There’s no reason to go to Georgetown, Austin and points beyond when Liberty Hill now has the medical expertise and experience to handle most any health concern. “This is big-city medicine with the heart of a small town,” said Dr. W. Gregory Berkley of Liberty Hill Physician Associates. Dr. Berkley’s medical practice opened two weeks [...]

Commission approves variances, makes more revisions to sign ordinance

Members of the Planning & Zoning Commission voted 3-2 Tuesday to grant three variances to developers of a proposed residential neighborhood behind the existing Stonewall Ranch subdivision. The proposed gated community, The Estate at Stonewall Ranch, which is outside of the city limits but inside the City’s extra-territorial jurisdiction, requested variances from a required tree [...]