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Wednesdday November 6, 2013

Wednesday, November 06, 2013, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 28, No. 215 Wednesday, November 6, 2013

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Feasibility Study: During their Monday night, monthly meeting, the Liberty County Hospital District voted to approve a needs based feasibility study for the hospital. Hospital District President Bruce Stratton said the plan is for a joint effort with the hospital district, the Liberty Community Development Corporation and the Dayton Community Development Corporation. He said this is not a facility feasibility study, but rather to determine what services the local hospital could add that would best fit the community.

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PTAHonors Otto: Last week, the Texas Parent Teachers Association named State Representative John Otto to the PTA’s Legislative Honor Roll for his work during the 83rdTexas Legislative session. Texas PTASecond Vice President Lisa Holbrook said the local representative was honored this year for his tireless efforts for the students in Texas. In addition to other actions affecting education in Texas, Representative John Otto was co-author of HB 5, the education reform legislation that lowered the number of state-mandated tests for high schoolers from 15 to 5.

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Team 4-H Recruiting: The state champion LibertyCounty4-H Mounted Drill Team is recruiting new members. This renowned horseback riding organization is open to boys and girls between the ages of 9 and 18 as of September 1, 2013. There are positions available for novice horse enthusiasts as well as experienced riders. For information, call Drill Master Tommy Small 936 402 3902.

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DaytonCityCouncil: Monday night, the Dayton City Council approved a proactive network service agreement with Computer Solutions to cover some 80 computers in the city’s network. The annual cost of the agreement is $18,000.

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Clarification: In yesterdays Radiogram we incorrectly identified where Tad Jeremy Costin was living at the time of his arrest on a charge of “sexual assault of a child”. He was arrested in Pearland. He recently lived, for 2 months, in LibertyCounty.

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Obituaries: Kristopher Kiptyn Sparks, 3 of Hardin. Graveside service tomorrow at 2 p.m.at HardinChapelCemetery.

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*LakeRelease: 19,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 19.96 ASL*

 

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