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Daily Radiogram

Friday, July 28, 2017

Friday, July 28, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 141 Friday, July 28, 2017
Crime Lab Budget Cuts: The Department of Public Safety has announced that state budget cuts to their crime lab system will mean an $11.5 million shortfall in legislative appropriations for 2018-19 fiscal budget to fund crime lab tests. According to local prosecutors, Liberty County will now be required to pay for tests done to obtain evidence to prosecute criminal cases. Liberty County DA Logan Pickett said his office only found out last week that the new law that will be in effect starting Sept. 1 of this year. County Attorney Matthew Poston said a large majority of the cases his office prosecutes require some form of lab testing. DA Pickett said, between testing blood alcohol levels, testing to confirm the chemical make up of a controlled substance and the most costly, DNA testing, the lab costs will add up. Both prosecutors said, so far, there is no money in their respective budgets to pay for those lab costs and they are concerned about how state lawmakers intend for Texas counties to absorb the costs of criminal prosecutions under the new law.
Bikes for Christmas Fundraiser: Liberty County Bikes for Christmas is holding a fund-raising dance on Saturday, Aug. 19, at 6 p.m. in the Dayton Community Center. The dance will feature both the Southern Breeze Band and Josh Brown. There will also be live and silent auctions. A reserved table for 8 people for $350 or a VIP table is $500. Tickets at the door will be $35 each. For information or to reserve a table, call Amanda Wilson at 936-402-6651.
Liberty Football: Dave Campbell’s 2017 Texas Football magazine predicts the Liberty Panthers will make the state playoffs again this season. The prognosticators at Texas Football expect West Orange-Stark to win the District 12-4A championship. The Liberty Panthers, led by fifth-year Athletic Director and Head Coach Chad Taylor, are projected to finish second. The magazine’s writers expect Hardin-Jefferson and Orangefield to finish third and fourth respectively, with only Hamshire-Fannett missing out on the playoffs from District 12-4A. Players to watch include Liberty offensive lineman John Ryder Moorman. He is one of the magazine’s pre-season All-State selections. For the 41st season in a row, all Liberty Panthers and Dayton Broncos football games will be heard on KSHN Radio with for several seasons now also online at
*Lake Release: 1,500 CFS – Liberty Bridge 7.19 ASL*


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