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Wednesday October 2, 2013

Wednesday, October 02, 2013, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 28, No. 190 Wednesday October 2, 2013

Arrest: An arrest has been made in last Thursday’s assault that was originally reported as a carjacking. Liberty County Sheriffs Captain Ken DeFoor said Saturday evening, sheriffs deputies arrested Klynt Alan Robertson, 24 of Raywood for the assault on 22-year-old Michael Denvy.  Originally Denvy reported he was assaulted during an attempted carjacking; investigators quickly determined it was a case of a drug deal.  Robertson, who has several previous drug related felony arrests, was placed in the Liberty County jail on the aggravated assault charge and a $25,000 bond. He remains in jail at this report.

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Federal Closings: Because of the failure to reach an agreement in Washington, federal funding has lapsed. As a result, many local federal offices and facilities are closed, have reduced services and many employees have been furloughed. The Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge, the National Resource Conservations Services on the bypass in Liberty, have both closed their offices. Social Security reports it has reduced its operations; however the office in Beaumontremains open for normal hours. The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Beaumontis closed but trials and other court proceedings will continue as scheduled.

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Flu: Medical experts say those who are concerned about family health should get flu shots early this year. The Texas Department of State Health Services says that influenza activity usually peaks in January or February, although the worst of flu cases has happened as early as October. Locally pharmacists have already confirmed at least one case of the flu virus in south LibertyCounty.  This may mean an early start of the virus. Most people generally recover from the illness in 1-2 weeks, but some develop complications and some cases are even fatal.  Health experts are recommending Texans get a vaccination early, while vaccine supplies are plentiful. They are available at most local pharmacies and from your personal physician.

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Broncos: The Dayton Broncos are in District 19-4A action for a rare Thursday night game. Daytonis in Humble to take on KingwoodPark. Kick off is 7 p.m.Listen on 99.9 fm or online at www.kshn.com.

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Obituaries: Peggy Geraldine “Jerry” Wiggins, 85 of Liberty. Service today 2 p.m.at HeightsBaptistChurchin Liberty.

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*LakeRelease: 1,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 7.11 ASL

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