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Daily Radiogram

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Tuesday, February 21, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 32 Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Johnston Update: The family of Liberty County Pct. #1 Constable Justin Johnston, who was critically injured last week when he was struck by a vehicle while working a traffic control assignment, tells us that he is awake and alert but he does require a great deal of rest and sleep. We learned from Liberty County Sheriff Bobby Rader that Johnston’s doctors wanted him up as soon as possible. So when he reached a higher level of alertness physical therapists were sent to his room at Memorial Hermann in Houston. They got Constable Johnston on his feet and with their help he was able to take a few steps around his room. He is no longer in intensive care.
Prayer Service: Several local pastors, law enforcement officers, family members and friends of Precinct #1 Constable Justin Johnston gathered at Liberty’s St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church on Sunday for a prayer service for the critically injured elected official. Liberty County Sheriff Bobby Rader’s prayer offered thanks for everyone involved in responding to an officer down.
Tiny Houses: The Liberty City Council spent a long time Tuesday night in a workshop session, discussing possible new or expanded city ordinances. One of those was a proposed ordinance that would regulate what are widely known as “tiny houses”. The average tiny home is between 100 and 400 square feet. Liberty City Attorney Brandon Davis told Liberty Council members the ordinance he drew up as a rough draft for council to review gave the option of using the city’s current RV or Mobile Home ordinances to regulate any tiny homes.
Antarctica: Katie Westmoreland, from Dayton, is a senior at Texas A&M University at Galveston where she is double majoring in marine fisheries and marine biology. In late December, she went to Antarctica through an internship connected with both the Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences and Colombia University. As part of her internship, Katie Westmoreland spent time aboard the 230 foot ship - Laurence M. Gould. That icebreaker research vessel was named after a well-respected American scientist who died back in 1995.
Obituaries: Billy Frank Kelley, 68 of Sour Lake. Service today at 10 a.m. at Apostolic Lighthouse of Sour Lake (F&FFS).
*Lake Release: 8,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 10.89 ASL*


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