Love for jewelry inspires Lucy Doo

By SHELLY WILKISON At the heart of her jewelry company is the belief that a woman’s accessories do not have to be expensive to tastefully compliment her wardrobe. That’s why Sandi Koele hand-selects pieces for her Lucy Doo jewelry line that are sure to dazzle admirers, enhance any outfit, and appeal to the pocketbook. “I […]

Liberty Hill Auto Center cares for customers while repairing vehicles

By SHELLY WILKISON With the promise of a growing community often come entrepreneurs and dreamers seeking opportunities and good fortune. Such was the case with Don McFerren when 14 years ago, he moved to Liberty Hill from Cedar Park and sought to start an auto repair business. Very quickly, however, he discovered there were bigger […]

Growing Hwy 29 Veterinary Hospital begins the new year in new facilities

By SHELLY WILKISON BERTRAM — For the doctors and staff of Highway 29 Veterinary Hospital, the move from a small cinder block building to a 6,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art animal hospital is about being able to provide better care for more animals — the passion that’s at the heart of the growing practice. Drs. Trampus and Kelli […]

AAA Storage expands business to include shipping services, mailbox rental, packing supplies

By KATE LUDLOW AAA Storage has been storing Liberty Hill’s stuff since the 1960’s, but recent additions to the business have turned AAA Storage into the premier place to ship things. “We are an official USPS (U.S. Postal Service) center, though not a post office. We also ship with FedEX, and DHL for international shipping. […]

Hillman shares career highlights, encourages business leaders

By KATE LUDLOW Los Angeles Dodgers Bench Coach Trey Hillman, a Liberty Hill resident, gave a leadership presentation to a combined luncheon Tuesday of the Liberty Hill Chamber of Commerce and the Christian Business Leaders Association. Hillman, who has made a name for himself as a manager and baseball coach, imparted his leadership techniques for […]

New leadership focused on Chamber member support

By SHELLY WILKISON The new Chairman of the Liberty Hill Chamber of Commerce believes his organization is on the right track for growth after years of ups and downs. Bob Calvisi, who was appointed in August by the Chamber’s Board of Directors to serve as Chairman after the resignation of longtime chair David Pope, said […]

Latest trends in home decor can be found at Simply Home

By KATE LUDLOW Just in time for holiday decorating and gift-giving, Simply Home Décor & More is open and offering a tasteful array of home décor items, wedding and baby shower gifts, kitchenware,  collegiate items and more. “I’ve always been crafty, and I’ve always loved home items,” says Tami Spearman, owner. “I love my home […]

Pre-K Corral offers students individualized attention

By KATE LUDLOW For a small class size, hands on approach to learning, and curriculum based on kindergarten readiness, check out the newly opened Pre-K Corral. Located on RR 1869, Pre-K Corral offers children a model for their educational and spiritual success. “I very much believe in learning through play, through games, and through music. […]

Recycle metal in Briggs and earn cash

By KATE LUDLOW Recycling junk metal is a great way to get rid of unwanted items and put a bit of cash in your pocket. HF Recycling in Briggs can recycle anything from old junk cars to some household appliances, and they offer competitive pricing to make it worth the short drive from Liberty Hill. […]

Jamie’s Boutique offers high-end clothing, gifts, specialty items at lower prices

By KATE LUDLOW Jamie’s Boutique carries the same Chanel suits that you normally would find in larger cities, but the price tag reveals a difference. Located on the square in downtown Burnet, Jamie’s is the place for high-end designer clothing at a fraction of the cost. “We have everything from Quinceañera dresses, to bridesmaid dresses […]