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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Thursday, April 20, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 73 Thursday, April 20, 2017
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McCarty: Testimony continues today with defense witnesses taking the stand in the trial of Liberty County Pct. 1 Commissioner Mike McCarty. He is charged with two counts of Abuse of Official Capacity. Yesterday, the prosecution called eight witnesses, including Texas Ranger Ryan Clendennen and former Liberty County Auditor Harold Seay. He’s now a purchasing agent for the county. Four current or former employees in Pct. 1 were also among those called to testify. Defense attorneys say they will call Mike McCarty to the stand to testify in his own defense.
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LMS: The Flippin Group has named Liberty Middle School a Capturing Kids Hearts National Showcase Campus for the 2016-17 school year. LMS Principal Rhonda Smith made that announcement at Tuesday night’s Liberty school board meeting. Schools across the country are nominated for the Capturing Kids Hearts’ national award based on in-person observations plus the level of implementation of the program by all staff.
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Car Show: Entries are still being accepted for this Saturday’s Dayton Ole Tyme Days Festival Car Show. Ole Tyme Days is an old style street festival this Friday through Sunday, April 21st through April 23rd, that raises money for Dayton student scholarships. Car Show Chair Charlie Whitehead said, in addition to car entries, they also in need of car show judges. For more information, contact Charlie Whitehead at 281-450-9656 or email daytonotdcarshow@yahoo.com.
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Douglas to County: Former Dayton City Manager David Douglas has gone to work for Liberty County as a grant administrator. When the Texas General Land Office suggested that Liberty County officials add a full-time administrator to write and track the county’s grants to that agency, the decision was made to advertise for the position. Liberty County Judge Jay Knight said the applicants for the post were all qualified, but one, David Douglas, brought a wealth of experience in all aspects of city and county governmental administration.
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Obituaries: Jeff E. Maxwell, Sr., 86, of Dayton. Memorial service 1 p.m. Saturday at Calvary Baptist Church in Dayton (PSFH).
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*Lake Release: 14,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 19.42 ASL*
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