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Daily Radiogram

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 71 Tuesday, April 18, 2017
McCarty Trial: Testimony continues today in the trial of Liberty County Pct. 1 Commissioner Mike McCarty. He is charged with two counts of Abuse of Official Capacity. Jury selection began yesterday morning in the 75th District Courtroom with visiting Judge Joe Ned Dean of Groveton presiding. The special prosecutor in this case William Lee Hohn with the Polk County District Attorney’s Office. McCarty’s defense attorneys are William Stradley and Neal Davis. The 12-member jury and one alternate include eight women and five men. After a short break, the trial began at 3:30 yesterday with opening statements.
Dayton Ole Tyme: The Dayton Ole Tyme Days is Friday through Sunday April 21st - April 23rd now back in downtown Dayton. The festival raises money to fund scholarships for Dayton High School students and provides family fun for all ages. Dayton Ole Tyme Days Organizer Wendy Bode said unlimited ride armbands will be available again this year. Another event for the younger Dayton Ole Tyme Days visitors is the very popular Junior Chili Cook Off. Junior Chili Cook Off registration forms are available on line at the Dayton Ole Tyme Days web site. Link there from our web site front page at For more information call 832-814-8950.
Local Option: Voters for all of the area that makes up Justice of the Peace Precinct #3 are being asked to cast ballots in a Local Option Election on the sale of liquor and all alcoholic beverages. That’s on Saturday May 6th. This measure asks voters to approve the sale of all alcoholic beverages including mixed drinks. This local option election allows voters who live in the City of Hardin, Moss Hill, Romayor, Rye and all surrounding area of JP Precinct #3 to vote but does not change Hardin’s city ordinance. It does establish new laws on the sale of alcohol across the rest of JP Precinct #3 if it passes.
Lady Hornets: Last week was a bit of a wild week for the Hardin Lady Hornets softball team +with rain forcing date changes but all said and done the Lady Hornets still racked up two more district wins, his time over Kirbyville winning 12-0, and Kountze a 5-0 win. Those two wins move Hardin to an overall record of 20-3. The Hardin Lady Hornets have their last district game versus Buna in Hardin coming this Friday.
*Lake Release: 17,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 19.63 ASL*


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