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Tuesday March 18, 2014

Tuesday, March 18, 2014, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 29, No. 53 Tuesday, March 18, 2014


Vehicle Theft: Cleveland police arrested a 33-year-old Shepherd man, Jeremy Wade Wilson, after he was found driving a van stolen from Community Children’s Impact Center. Cleveland Police Chief Darrell Broussard said the van was reported stolen last Thursday to the San Jacinto Co. Sheriffs Department. It was stopped in Cleveland on Sunday. Chief Broussard said Jeremy Wilson was uncooperative, refused to be handcuffed and shoved officers. After a brief struggle the Shepherd man was arrested, charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and misdemeanor resisting arrest. At last report, Jeremy Wilson remains in jail with bail set at $19,000.


Candlelight Vigil: Begun nearly a decade ago, the annual Candlelight Vigil honoring victims of crime and child abuse is Tuesday, April 8, at 6:30 p.m. in the Liberty Center at City Hall. The event honors the victims, their families and those who serve them. Liberty County District Attorney Logan Pickett said the special event also alerts the public to the realities of such crime while expressing hope for a less violent future. For information, call Victim Assistance Coordinator Cathy McClusky, with the Liberty County District Attorney’s Office at (936) 336 4611.


Chamber Luncheon: The Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce’s monthly noon luncheon is tomorrow at the Liberty Center. This month’s guest speaker is Chuck Douglas. He is a senior consultant, trainer and speaker with Business Success Training. The $10 luncheon is being catered by Subway of Liberty and Dayton. For reservations, call the Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber during business hours at (936) 336 5736.


Jubilee: The 29thAnnual Liberty Jubilee is less than two weeks away with music, food, arts and crafts, carnival rides, white tigers and more. Jubilee Organizer April Gilliland said the festival is famous for having something for everyone and this year will be no different. Admission to the Liberty Jubilee is free. There is also off site parking with free shuttle rides. Shuttle buses will pick up visitors at the Jefferson Square Shopping Center parking lot near Tractor Supply and drop them off at Prosperity Bank on Main Street. For information call Liberty City Hall at (936) 336 3684 or go to the city’s website. You can link there from


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