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Thursday, January 26, 2017

Thursday, January 26, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 17 Thursday, January 26, 2017
Remains: Liberty Police are awaiting the results of forensic testing to identify human remains found Tuesday. Liberty Police Investigator Lieutenant Chip Fairchild said the city police investigation into a shooting three weeks ago led them to human skeletal remains in a field off FM 563 near U. S. 90. Lt. Fairchild said the human remains were found above ground and intact. Investigators feel the remains are probably connected to the search for shooting suspect John Anthony Murton but said they must wait for a positive identification before they can be certain, adding there is no evidence of foul play in this death.
Elections: In the City of Liberty three council positions are up for election and now all three incumbents Libby Simonson, Diane Huddleston and Dennis Beasley, have filed for new terms. To date, they have no opposition. The City of Daisetta has two city council positions up for election on the May 6th ballot. They are currently held by Daisetta Council Members Lori Tidwell at Position #2 and Kim Rutherford Position #4. So far, no one has filed for the Daisetta City Council. There are also two Hull Daisetta School Trustees with expiring terms, Mike Fregia in Position #1 and David McClusky in Position #2. Mr. McClusky has filed for a new term.
LHS Choir: Four Liberty High School choral students have been selected to perform with the Texas All-State Choir. The four LHS Choir students advancing to state are seniors Natalie Forames, Bethany Burris and Miles Hortman plus sophomore Hayden Groover. These four Liberty students will be joined next month by an additional 108 singers from across Texas in San Antonio. After three full days of rehearsals, they will perform at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio.
Biddy Retires: A retirement celebration is this Sunday for Danny Biddy, longtime pastor of Old River Baptist Church. Pastor Biddy’s sermons are heard each Sunday morning here on KSHN Radio. Danny and his wife, Dana, came to Old River 40 years go. Danny Biddy invited the community to help celebrate his time at Old River Baptist Church this Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on FM 1409 south of Dayton. For more information on Sunday’s festivities as well as the church’s new pastor, Wes Hinote, visit the church’s website at Old River
*Lake Release: 17,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 23.55 ASL*


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