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Daily Radiogram

Monday, March 20, 2017

Monday, March 20, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 51 Monday, March 20, 2017
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Tarver Sold: One of Liberty County’s oldest continuously operated businesses Tarver Abstract has been sold. Established in 1903, and owned for the past 32 years by Charles McGuire, the business has been sold to Hall Henderson and Jeff Chance of Lufkin. Charles McGuire said he is pleased that Hall and Jeff will be carrying forward the great legacy of this long time Liberty County company.
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Johnston Home: Liberty County Constable Justin Johnston has returned home. We reported, Samuel Leyva, 39 of Cleveland is said to have allegedly disregarded traffic cones and law enforcement officers directing traffic. Leyva’s vehicle then struck Constable Johnston causing severe injuries. That incident occurred on Hwy 146 South near Dayton on February 15th. On Saturday, a full law enforcement escort brought the first term constable home to continue his recuperation.
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Lacy: Last Monday March 13th was the first day on the job for Dayton’s new Interim City Manager Kerry Lacy. As reported Dayton contracted with the Texas First Group to supply them with a temporary city manager, while they search for a permanent replacement for the now retired David Douglas. Kerry Lacy brings more than 25 years of experience in city administration to the job. That includes a two year stint as Liberty City Manager. Mr. Lacy said he had a great time as Liberty’s City Manager and is looking forward to his time on the job in the city of Dayton.
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Jubilee: The 32nd Annual Liberty Jubilee is now just days away this Friday March 24th and Saturday March 25th in downtown Liberty. The yearly family fun festival provides lots of food, live entertainment, children’s activities and rides, arts and crafts galore plus a very special white tiger exhibit, helicopter rides and more. Jubilee organizer April Gilliland said the live musical entertainment begins Friday night with the free Jubilee Street Dance. Call Liberty City Hall for more information at 936-336-3684 or link to the City of Liberty web site from ours kshn.com.
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Obituaries: Lorene Marie Lewis, 80, of Dayton. Service today 2 p.m. at Sterling Funeral Home in Dayton. Micheal K. Cooley, 62, of Anahuac. Service was held Sunday.
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*Lake Release: 4,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 9.22 ASL*
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