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Daily Radiogram

Monday, June 12, 2017

Monday, June 12, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 108 Monday, June 12, 2017
Dayton City Manager: We reported that Dayton City Council has hired Theo Melancon as their new city manager. The 32-year-old Louisiana native is coming to Dayton from Gladewater, Texas, where he has served as city manager for the past 15 months. An article in that city’s newspaper reports Dayton’s gain is Gladewater’s loss. Gladewater City Council members are quoted by that paper as saying, while there, Theo Melancon spearheaded improvements to the city’s water system, fixed roads and cleaned up blighted areas through community volunteer efforts. The article said with Mr. Melancon leaving, so goes the fresh leadership he brought to that city. As we have reported, that “fresh leadership” referred to by Gladewater officials will be coming to Dayton when Theo Melancon takes the reigns as Dayton city manager the first week of July.
College Classes: Lee College’s second summer session starts July 10, giving students a chance to take core classes needed for any degree program. Students, especially those who are in high school but becoming college ready, can take those core classes two days a week through the summer. For information, call the Lee College Liberty County Education Center at 832-556-5660.
All-State Softball: Two Liberty County girls and one from Chambers County have been named to the Texas Girls Coaches Association’s All-State Softball Team. Those selected include Meagan King, Class 5A from Barbers Hill High School; Madisyn Frazier, Class 4A from Liberty; and McKenna Fryar, Class 3A from Hardin. Each of the local girls chosen for that prestigious statewide team is a recent high school graduate.
Hardin VFD: Hardin Volunteer Fire Department’s Annual Flag Day Celebration and Fundraiser is this Saturday in the Hardin High School cafeteria. Normally held close to Flag Day, which is June 14th each year, the Hardin firefighters scheduled this year’s activities for this coming Saturday. Those great volunteers will be serving $8 fried catfish plates with all the trimmings, prepared by the award-winning Chevy Cookers. Serving begins Saturday at 11:30 a.m. There will also be a live auction.
Obituaries: Donald Eugene Johnson, 60, of Baytown. Service is 11 a.m. Saturday at Day Spring Church of Liberty (AFS).
*Lake Release: 16,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 17.27 ASL*


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