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Tuesday July 23, 2013

Tuesday, July 23, 2013 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 28, No. 140 Tuesday July 23, 2013


DaytonTeen Found: A Daytonteenager, missing in Michiganfor almost a week has been found safe. 16-year-old Billy King disappeared July 12thwhile visiting family in that state. According to information reported by Michigannews media, the boy’s mother found a list of friends he had met online who live in Northeast Michigan. That is where Billy King was found Thursday July 18th. The teenager’s mother, Natasha Eldridge reportedly said she and the teen would soon be headed home and would work on the problems that led her son to run away.


DaytonJob Fair: The annual Free Job Fair hosted by the DaytonCommunity Centeris Thursday August 1stfrom 9 a.m.until noon. Facilities Director Amanda Wilson said they have about 20 employers signed up so far, but there is room for plenty more. Job seekers are reminded to come dressed for interviews and bring resumes and a pen. For information on this free service, to both employees and employers, call (936) 258 6630.


Burn Ban Lifted: Liberty Co. Judge Craig McNair said rainfall has reduced the wildfire danger enough to lift the ban against outdoor burning in the unincorporated areas of the county.


Chamber 500 Tickets: There are still tickets available for the annual Liberty Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce 500 Friday August 9that the DaytonCommunity Center. The $100 ticket price includes entry in the 500 drawing and a steak dinner. Tickets are available at the Liberty-Dayton Chamber, at BJ Ford in Liberty, or from any chamber board member. For information call the Liberty Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce office at (936) 336 5736.


TexasFootball: According to the well-known magazine, Dave Campbell’s Texas Football, both the 4-A Dayton Broncos and 3-A Liberty Panthers football teams are predicted to reach the playoffs from their respective districts. Published since 1960, those gridiron experts also pick the 4-A Barbers Hill Eagles and 1-A Hull-Daisetta Bobcats to advance to post-season action out of their districts.


Obituaries: Lee Cormier, 62 of Anahuac. Services today at 10 Sterling Funeral Home in Anahuac.


*LakeRelease: 1,250 CFSLibertyBridge: 6.60 ASL



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