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Daily Radiogram

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Tuesday, March 14, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 47 Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Johnston: Evidence in the wreck that sent Liberty County Constable Justin Johnston to Memorial Hermann Hospital in critical condition has been turned over to Liberty County District Attorney Logan Pickett without charges. We reported, Samuel Leyva, 39 of Cleveland is said to have disregarded traffic cones and law enforcement officers directing traffic. He plowed into Constable Johnston causing severe injuries. The Texas Department of Public Safety investigated the wreck and turned their information over to the district attorney.
Traffic Study: The Dayton City Council seems poised to undertake a traffic study of the city’s most troublesome areas of vehicle traffic with a special focus on the heavily traveled intersection of State Highway 146 South and U. S. 90. An item on the agenda at a Dayton City Council meeting earlier this month, called for consideration of a mobility traffic plan proposal by the engineering firm Jones & Carter. That agenda item was tabled because more information was needed but on a recent visit to the KSHN Party Line Program Dayton Mayor Jeff Lambright said the traffic situation in Dayton is getting to the point where something will have to be done soon.
Business Expo: The Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Business Expo on Wednesday, April 5, in the Liberty Center. The Expo is a good way for area businesses to showcase their products and services. There is only room at the Liberty Center for 32 vendor spaces. Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber President Mary Anne Campbell said most spaces are taken but there are still a few vendor spots available. For the exhibitors, booths are $200 for Chamber members or $250 for non-members. She encourages businesses to call the Chamber as soon as possible to reserve a space. To find out more, call the Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber at 936-336-5736.
Photo Contest: A very popular part of the Annual Liberty Jubilee Fun Fest is the Liberty Jubilee Photo Contest. The photos entered are judged and displayed at the Humphreys Cultural Center during the Jubilee. Event Organizer April Gilliland said the deadline for Photo Contest entries is this Friday. For Jubilee Photo entry forms go to the City of Liberty’s web site through the link at or call 936-336-3684.
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