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Monday, July 15, 2013

Monday, July 15, 2013, 08:00 - 17:00

 

Volume 28, No. 134 Monday July 15, 2013

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Dayton Town Meeting: A crowd of more than 100 people joined the Dayton City Council town hall meeting last Thursday in the Dayton Community Center to discuss operations of the Liberty County Hospital District #1. Those attending included elected Liberty County and municipal officials, members of the Liberty County Hospital District board, employees and administrators of the Liberty-Dayton Regional Medical Center and residents of various communities within the hospital district boundaries. Some months ago, the Dayton City Council commissioned outside reviews by the Thompson and Horton Law Firm and Financial Auditor Mark Burton of the hospital district’s legal status and financial records respectively. During the roughly 90 minute town hall meeting, there were as many or more people who spoke in favor of the hospital district board’s efforts as there were those unhappy with them. Tune in to KSHN radio newscasts in coming days for detailed reports on the issues raised during that community meeting.

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Community Garden: Volunteers are needed to help with the Community Garden in Liberty next to the old San Jacinto Elementary School on Grand Avenue at Texas. Workdays are each Tuesday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Those who participate in tomorrow’s workday will get a free plot for the next year. For information, call the extension office at 936-334-3230.

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Class Ring: A 1959 graduate of Liberty High School will soon be reunited with his class ring. KSHN aired a story on Friday about a ring that was found in a field north of Kendall, Kansas. Upon hearing that report, Donald LaCour contacted the radio station for more details. Then, he called the contact number in Kansas. Mr. LaCour says he lost his LHS class ring 50 years ago while working in that area of Kansas. Now, arrangements are being made to return the keepsake to its rightful owner.

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Pet Tags: Founding member of Pals of the Pounds rescue group Tracy Williams has a passion for helping four-legged animals have a better life. A rescue pet owner herself, Tracy has found yet another way to help animals by offering a free ID tag for your dog or cat. To get one, drop by Tracy Williams State Farm, 1400 North Travis in Liberty. While the ID tag is free, a donation to Pals of the Pound will be appreciated.

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*Lake Release: 1,250 CFSLiberty Bridge: 6.65 ASL*

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