House will run at Hardin-Simmons

By Taylor Grafft Senior Ryan House, who was the 800-Meter Area Champion this year with a time of 2:04.46, signed with Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene so that he could compete in both cross country and track at the next level. House signed his letter of intent in front of a crowd of friends, family, coaches […]

Heidelberg leads Panthers with quickness, determination

By Taylor Grafft In his final season as a Liberty Hill Panther, senior Tristan Heidelberg is making sure he makes the most out of his experiences with the baseball team and is hoping to help lead them to a State Championship before it’s all over. Heidelberg prides himself on using his strong arm, quickness and […]

Expect Brewer, Bannon to be future lead runners for Liberty Hill

By SHELLY WILKISON Liberty Hill Intermediate School students Tannis Brewer and Kaleb Bannon enjoy running and as fifth and sixth graders, respectively, they already have the taste for competition. The two students took first place May 9 in the school’s 5th Annual Intermediate Mile. Held this year in Panther Stadium, the annual event offers physical […]

Panther baseball advances to Regional Quarterfinals

By Taylor Grafft The Liberty Hill Panthers baseball team is gearing up for their Regional Quarterfinal matchup with Stephenville in a best-of-three series that starts today, May 15, in Stephenville before returning to Liberty Hill on Friday in Game Two. If the series is tied after Friday, the teams will travel to Waco Veterans Stadium […]

Ladies face top-ranked Snyder

By Taylor Grafft The Liberty Hill Lady Panther Softball team, ranked second in the latest 2014 Texas Girls Coaches Association Softball Poll, handled their business once again last weekend as they handed their opponents another two-game sweep in a best-of-three series (their third two-game sweep this post season). Coach Charice Hankins and the Liberty Hill […]

Carter interacts with students on issues, government

U.S. Rep. John Carter gave Liberty Hill Intermediate School students an abbreviated lesson in government Monday. Fifth and sixth grade students filled the bleachers in the school gym to hear Carter, R-Round Rock, give a condensed version of the differences between state and federal government, as well as the process for passing legislation at the […]

Family always comes first for Elementary Principal Tredemeyer

By Dana Delgado Jan Tredemeyer says she is blessed. On this Mother’s Day, the Liberty Hill Elementary School Principal and mother of three and countless others she has looked after as an educator over the last 39 years, says her career choice has been a blessing. “It’s been wonderful,” she said.  “I’ve been so blessed. […]

‘Poppa Troy’ Joseph was among Liberty Hill’s memorable citizens

By JAMES WEAR I still can’t drive down Loop 332 in Liberty Hill without looking over and expecting a wave from the man who, in the 30 years I knew him, perhaps represented Liberty Hill as well as anyone. Troy Joseph has been gone nearly three years now, passing away in July 2011 only a […]

D&L plants vineyard in Bertram

By Dana Delgado BERTRAM — D & L Landscaping and Nursery in the eastern end of Bertram got an exciting new addition to go with its already inviting array of plants, greenery, and complete supply of landscaping materials and services at 3429 State Highway 29. A vineyard! Yes, a vineyard. And why not? Texas, the […]

Liberty Hill native earns posthumous Cowboy award

By Brenda Young  Born on a ranch in Liberty Hill in 1925, Roy Lee “Preacher” Turner will be one of four nominees inducted into the Liberty Hill Cowboy Hall of Fame May 9 as part of the three-day Liberty Hill Pro Rodeo hosted by the Williamson County Cowboy Church.  As a cutting horse trainer by […]