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Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Tuesday, June 03, 2014, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 29, No. 106 Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Burnham Foundation: The J.C. Burnham Foundation has awarded nine graduating seniors and two local college students with a total of $32,000 in scholarships. There were a lot of reports last year when local business woman Rachel Odell headed an effort to establish that foundation honoring the late auto dealer and local philanthropist. At that time, the organization made a commitment to award at least one $10,000 scholarship. Ms. Odell said the J.C. Burnham Foundation board was pleased to be able to exceed that initial pledge. The largest single scholarship was for $10,000. It went to Keith Klimitchek, a graduating senior from Dayton High School.

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Game RoomRaid: Liberty Police Chief Billy Tidwell said, early Sunday morning, officers from the Liberty Police Department executed a search warrant at the Good Times game roomon Highway 90 following a lengthy investigation. Denise Austin of Kenefick was arrested for Keeping a Game Room, a Class B Misdemeanor. Two customers were at the game room, playing the gaming machines. Onewas issued a citation for gambling. The other, Laura Satterwhite of Liberty, was arrested for Possession of Marijuana. Bennie Logue, age67, of Hardin, the owner of the business, was also arrested Sunday morning for Keeping a Game Room. Officers seized the mother boards from all 62 gaming machines as well as approximately $22,000 cash. The investigation is continuing, andit is possible there will be more arrests resulting from this investigation.

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Wreck: According to Police Chief Billy Tidwell, Rolando Aguilar was working a "Click it or Ticket"  Program, that is designed to specifically look for, and stop, motorists who are not wearing their seatbelts. According to the police chief, Corporal Aguilar stopped an 18-wheel tractor-trailer rig and issued a ticket to the driver Saturday afternoon. In less then 15 minutes, a wreck occurred, where the truck overturned in a ditch. The driver, Ryan Avery Riley, age 20 of Liberty, was taken to the Liberty-Dayton Regional Medical Center with some cuts, scrapes, bumps and bruises, but no life threatening injuries. While in the ambulance, Ryan Riley thanked Liberty Police Corporal Rolando Aguilar for saving his life.

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Obituaries: Nancy Marie Laub Scroggins, 60. Interment will be Thursday noon at Scrogginsfamily cemetery.

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*LakeRelease: 4,000 CFS LibertyBridge: 12.94 ASL*

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