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Monday, October 21, 2013

Monday, October 21, 2013, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 28, No. 203 Monday October 21, 2013


Early Voting: Texans will head to the polls on November 5 to decide the fate of nine proposed amendments to the state’s constitution. Additionally, registered voters in the City of Liberty will vote “yes” or “no” on a local issue that would allow the sale of all alcoholic beverages within the city limits. Early voting begins today and continues through November 1 at two locations. That’s from 8 5 p.m. at the Liberty County Courthouse in Liberty and the Courthouse Annex in Cleveland.


TVE Auction: TVE Youth Livestock Auction sales were way up from last year. Auction totals are a new record at $333,927 – more than $42,000 over last year. That is without add-ons, and those could mean much more in the final auction sales numbers. For the record-setting third year in a row, the Grand Champion Market Steer belonged to Garrett Villemez of the Anahuac FFA. The champion steer sold to Summerville Acres for $10,000. The Reserve Champion Market Steer was shown by Rayne Hobbs of Barbers Hill FFA. Community Toyota paid $6,500.


Morrison Arrested: A former candidate for Liberty County judge is free on bond for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. The charge stems from an incident back in 2011. The Liberty County Sheriff’s Department confirmed Kenneth Morrison was arrested at his Dayton area home last Wednesday on a warrant issued by the Dickinson Police Department. The charge alleges Morrison assaulted a man with a firearm, but Morrison claims he used his licensed handgun to stop an assault on him by the other individual. He also claims these recent charges are politically motivated. 


Football: The Dayton Broncos are now 4-3 overall after shutting out the New Caney Porter Spartans 38-0. Turning to Class 3-A, the 6-1 Cleveland Indians downed the 1-5 Liberty Panthers 20-12. In other Friday night action, it was Woodville over Hardin 37-18. Anahuac topped Warren 43-13 while Kirbyville beat East Chambers 27-17. As for the Hull-Daisetta Bobcats, they played Thursday night, downing the Lovelady Lions 24-6. Barbers Hill and Tarkington both had an open week.


Obituaries: Joseph E. Rainey Jr., 78, of Dayton. Service is 5 p.m. Friday in St. Stephen Episcopal Church of Liberty.


*LakeRelease: 1,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 6.43 ASL*


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