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Friday December 6, 2013

Friday, December 06, 2013 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 28, No. 234 Friday, December 6, 2013


15 Years: 36-year-old Adrian Deshawn Patton was convicted Tuesday of possession with intent to deliver cocaine within the city of Cleveland. After hearing testimony in the one-day trial, the jury in the 75thDistrict Court of Mark Morefield found Adrian Patton guilty of drug possession. Later that evening, that same jury sentenced Patton to 15 years in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.


More Republicans: The remaining Liberty County Republican officeholders have filed to run for new terms in the March 4thparty primary election. Liberty County Republican Party Chair Ken Coleman said both incumbent County Clerk Paulette Williams and County Judge Craig McNair have signed up for new terms in the March primary. So far, they have no opposition. The filing period ends this Monday December 9th. Those interested in running for office on the Republican primary ticket can call (713) 304 7406. Democrat candidates filing to run on that party primary ballot can call (936) 336 6330.


McDonald Reception: This Sunday, just after the church service at First United Methodist Church in Liberty, they will host a “cake and punch” reception to bid farewell to well known community members, R.B. McDonald and his wife, Mary. They are moving to Bryan to be closer to family. A member of the Liberty Lions Club for decades, R.B. McDonald has been involved in various community projects including the Spirit of Sharing, Hunger Busters and Life Share Blood Drives. He was instrumental in starting the popular Lions “Flags across Liberty” and in 2011 was the Liberty Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce, Liberty’s Citizen of the Year. The public is encouraged to stop by and bid R.B. and his wife well.


Christmas Tree Contest: Entries are being accepted through December 17thfor the Fourth Annual Christmas Tree Contest at the Dayton Community Center. Community Center Director Amanda Wilson said they have plenty of room for more participants to provide a fully decorated tree for display at the community center. The $100 entry fee goes to support Liberty County Bikes for Christmas. Trees can be real or artificial but not taller than seven feet. If you’d like to enter call Facility Director Amanda Wilson at (936) 258 6630.


*Lake Release: 3,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 13.57 ASL*



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