American RV Specialists moves family business to Liberty Hill

By Dana Delgado When the world seemed to have cruelly robbed them of their dreams just as they were beginning their family, Scott Smith and Lisa Endicott knew they had to pull it all together and find a way to make it work. Today, their vision of a family is becoming a true reality through […]

LHHS captures win in home opener

By Taylor Grafft The Liberty Hill Lady Panther Volleyball team showed why they like playing at home so much on Tuesday night in their opener against the Marble Falls Lady Mustangs. A large crowd of supporters showed up to cheer the Lady Panthers in their first game back in the cozy, win-inspiring gym. Coach Gretchen […]

LHISD employees return to school

By SHELLY WILKISON Seemingly energized and enthusiastic about the start of a new school year, hundreds of school district employees returned to work Tuesday marking the official end of summer vacation in Liberty Hill. The majority of the district’s 435 employees met in Liberty Hill High School’s Auditorium Tuesday morning where they learned that more […]

Disabled veteran surprised to receive mortgage-free home in Santa Rita Ranch

By SEAN SHAPIRO When Clifton “Ray” Coffee and his family arrived at Dell Diamond on Aug. 15, he knew he was going to be honored before the Round Rock Express game for his military service. But he had no idea that his family would be receiving a life-changing gift before the start of the third […]

Panthers taking the right steps leading to opener

By Taylor Grafft The Liberty Hill Panthers Football team is inching closer and took another step forward in preparing for their season opener against LaGrange on August 29. The Panthers traveled to Stephenville August 15 for a preseason scrimmage to test some of the instructions and skills they had learned during practice. Stephenville provided a […]

Hilltop focuses on education, nutrition, while offering convenient extended hours

By SHELLY WILKISON Armed with a passion for healthy living and an education in child nutrition, the owner of Hilltop Children’s Center is hoping to fill a gap she sees in local child care offerings when her business opens next month. Pooneh Jahadi-Yazdi, a busy mother of two and office manager at Liberty Hill Pediatric […]

Acevedo is latest addition to Liberty Hill coaching staff

By Taylor Grafft Liberty Hill Panther Head Football Coach and Athletic Director Jerry Vance didn’t have to look very far to find the perfect fit for his recently vacant assistant coaching position left by Coach Heath Hohmann. Coach Rudy Acevedo, formerly a line coach at Leander High School, has joined the Liberty Hill football staff […]

Operation Liberty Hill tackles area hunger, adds summer snack program

By Dana Delgado There is no pause for Operation Liberty Hill Director Susan Baker. There can’t be. The humble mission of the non-profit organization to help those in the area who are struggling to make ends meet is simple and straightforward enough. It’s the scope and scale, which have become increasingly evident, that are unsettling. […]

THROWBACK THURSDAY: Chickens doomed Liberty Hill’s first incorporation attempt

By JAMES WEAR It was about this time some 30 years ago that Liberty Hill was abuzz with talk of incorporation, and leading up to the August 11, 1984 election, there was plenty of controversy swirling as residents debated the issue. I’ve been unable to come up with the official number of votes regarding the […]

SHAC hopes fair will encourage healthy living

By SHELLY WILKISON The Liberty Hill ISD, local businesses and non-profit organizations are working together to promote a healthy lifestyle and are hoping that a jointly-sponsored health fair in October will set a new standard for the community. The Liberty Fit Health, Wellness and Safety Fair will be from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, […]