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Daily Radiogram

Friday, July 14, 2017

Friday, July 14, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 131 Friday, July 14, 2017
Branch Cemetery: Liberty City Council met in executive session Tuesday with Liberty County Historical Commission Chair Linda Jamison. After returning to open session, Liberty council directed their city attorney to propose a course of legal action aimed at providing the historical commission access to the Branch Cemetery. In March 2016, the Liberty council approved the commission’s planned restoration of the Branch Cemetery on Cypress Street. The commission plans to restore the cemetery, which was originally the property of E. T. Branch’s heirs who agreed to donating the one-acre graveyard to the city. Council agreed last year to accept that gift and maintain the cemetery once the historical commission finished restoration. The problem now, according to City Attorney Brandon Davis, is that a neighboring property owner has blocked access to the cemetery. He said while the city does own the cemetery, they do not own the 35-foot strip of land bordering it. Mr. Davis said the next step is to send a demand letter to the uncooperative property owners who will then have a chance to respond. Then, legal action may proceed based on their response.
Wardens Seek Info: Texas game wardens are looking into the decomposing remains of a bull shark that was reportedly found Tuesday in the Twin Lakes area of Kenefick. Jared Moser, 25, said he spotted the shark while riding his 4-wheeler. He posted pictures on social media, and the story has since been picked up by a number of media outlets. Based on a hook mark and the Trinity River levels in recent months, the local Texas game wardens believe the shark was caught elsewhere and dumped near Kenefick. Anyone with info is asked to call Game Warden Jake Noxon at 346-1045 or Randy Button at 936-707-1474.
Dayton Football: Dave Campbell’s 2017 Texas Football magazine predicts the Dayton Broncos will make the playoffs. According to those predictions, the Crosby Cougars are expected to claim the District 21-5A title while New Caney and Barbers Hill are slated to finish second and third respectively. As for Dayton, led by second-year Athletic Director and Head Coach, Jeff Nations, the Broncos are projected to finish fourth in district and also advance to the state playoffs.
Obituaries: Joyce Fae Rubash, 86, of Liberty. Service is 10 a.m. Saturday at Allison Funeral Service.
*Lake Release: 9,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 13.95 ASL*


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