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Daily Radiogram

Friday, February 24, 2017

Friday, February 24, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 35 Friday, February 24, 2017
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Dayton Enhancement Funding: At their meeting Tuesday night the Dayton City Council approved funding for a project by the Dayton Enhancement Committee to beautify the area between the current Dayton Police Department and U.S. 90. Dayton Enhancement Committee Chair Caroline Wadzeck said the area will be called the Crossroads. The committee will add benches, historic maps, landscaping, a flag retirement box and other amenities to make the spot attractive. Dayton Council voted to transfer the estimated $45,000 for the project from the city’s Hotel/Motel Tax Fund.
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Constable Update: Here is the latest information on the medical condition of Liberty County Constable Justin Johnston, who continues to recover at Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston. Liberty County Sheriff’s Captain DeFoor said family members report that the injured county official did not have a good day Wed. or Thur. Constable Johnston is mostly unresponsive and only awakens for brief moments. According to Captain DeFoor, Justin Johnston was showing good progress but family members say they have learned that his condition can change very quickly.
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Cleveland Election: In the City of Cleveland, the office of mayor and two city council positions will be on the May 6th Election Ballot. Incumbent Mayor Nikki Coats decided not to run again. The sole candidate for Cleveland Mayor is Council Member Otis Cohn. There will be two candidates vying for Position #2 on Cleveland City Council. They are Marilyn Clay and Joe Robinson.
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Life in Prison: A child pornography investigation that began in Liberty County resulted in a life sentence for a former Dayton resident. We first reported in November 2013 that 42-year-old Tad Jermey Costin was arrested in Harris County and charged with Sexual Assault of a Child. It was on March 3rd 2016 228th District Judge Marc Carter sentenced Tad Costin to life in prison on a single charge of Sexual Performance by a Child under 14. The case is on appeal. Tad Costin remains in a prison unit in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
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Obituaries: Bennie Jo Hatfield, 76 of Anahuac. Service today at 10 a.m. at Sterling Funeral Home in Anahuac.
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*Lake Release: 18,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 19.47 ASL*
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