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Daily Radiogram

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Tuesday, June 11, 2013 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 28, No. 111 Tuesday, June 11, 2013


F.A.S.T.: Stroke Coordinator for Kingwood Medical Center Diane Price said one way to remember what to look for during a stroke is with the easy to remember acronym F.A.S.T. That’s for face, arms, speech, and most importantly, time. Diane Price said once the symptoms affecting a person’s face, arms, and speech occur it is crucial to get them medical attention immediately. Call 9-1-1.


All Star Classic: A number of local athletes have been invited to participate in the 4thAnnual Southeast Texas Ford Dealers All Star Classic. The All-Star basketball game is a double header this Friday. Starting with the girls, the West roster includes Liberty high twins, Alicia and Alisia Baldwin. From Hardin Brittny Thompson was selected. In Cleveland LaMeisha Ligons made the team as did Mattie East of East Chambers. Also Alea Godfrey and Jasmine Cartwright, both of Crosby. On the boys All-Star team Wyatt Raymond of Anahuac, TJ Stewart of Crosby, Travis Stevens and Braiden Harmon, both of Hardin Jefferson are on the West Boy’s All-Star Basketball team.


Bowles Detective: Liberty Police Officer Jennifer Bowles has been a patrol officer for four years. Late in May, she was promoted, by Chief Billy Tidwell, to become one of Liberty’s four detectives. She will continue as Public Information Officer.


LibertyChoir: Still more honors for the LHS Choir – three members, Haleigh Domengue, Paige Reed and Morgan Hopper have been honored as Texas Music Scholars by the Texas Music Educators Association. LHS Choir Director Christie Bean said this award is given to students who have exhibited outstanding qualities in scholastic merit, musicianship and citizenship in their school and community.


HB #5: Yesterday Texas Governor Rick Perry signed House Bill #5 into law. Local educator, Dayton Superintendent Mike Kuhrt is very enthusiastic about the legislation. He said provisions in the bill will mean fewer high-stakes tests and better preparation for students headed to college, as well as those who aren’t.


Obituaries: Barbara Rae Tomlinson, 76 Saratoga. Services Wed. 10 a.m. Faith and Family in Batson.


*LakeRelease: 2,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 7.53 ASL*



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