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Thursday, March 9, 2017

Thursday, March 09, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 44 Thursday, March 9, 2017
Dayton Temporary Manager: We reported the Dayton city council recently hired Texas First Group to provide a temporary city manager while they search for a replacement for David Douglas. Yesterday, Dayton City Council announced that next week Texas First Group will send Kerry Lacy to serve as the interim city manager for the City of Dayton. Mr. Lacy has more than 25 years of experience as a city manager. He most recently served as the City Manager for Elgin, Texas. Prior to working in Elgin he served as the City Manager for several other cities in Texas, including Liberty. Mr. Lacy will serve as the interim City Manager while the City Council searches for the best candidate to fill the position of City Manager.
IRS Scam: The latest scams by crooks pretending to be Internal Revenue Service officials have been showing up in the mail. Since the postal service is traditionally the method the IRS actually uses to contact taxpayers, extra caution is needed if you receive an official looking IRS letter. Liberty Certified Public Accountant Byron Swaim said these phony IRS letters always want money and very often, they ask for a relatively small amount because they think you are more likely to pay that without asking questions. Always confirm any IRS contact is legitimate before paying even a small amount of money.
AED: Quick actions of Barbers Hill coaches and trainers helped save an eleventh-grader’s life Monday afternoon, according to district officials. Barbers Hill ISD Director of Communications Carla Rabalais said thanks to the training and quick actions of Barbers Hill ISD coaches and staff, who administered both CPR and an automatic external defibrillator, that athlete is recovering in a Houston hospital.
Chrysalis: New Work Family Worship Center on Grand Ave. in Liberty plans to open a new school for those in grades K-12. The goal is to open Chrysalis School this August. New Work Pastor Chris Contreras said plans are for the new private school to open in August for the 2017-18 school year. There is an informational meeting for the public tomorrow at 7 p.m. at the church
Obituaries: Timothy Bryan Majors, 25 of Daisetta. Service is Sunday at 2 p.m. at Faith & Family Funeral Service in Batson.
*Lake Release: 3,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 12.37 ASL*





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