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Daily Radiogram

Monday, September 4, 2017

Monday, September 04, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 167 Monday, September 4, 2017
County Worker Dies: A member of the Liberty County Pct. 2 Road and Bridge Department died after having a heart attack Saturday while working in a flood damaged area. 58-year-old Jerry Rives was the Pct 2 foreman for the Tarkington area. Liberty County Pct. 2 Commissioner Greg Arthur said Mr. Rives was working in the New River Lake Estates – that’s on the west side of the Trinity River near FM 787. Mr. Arthur said a road in that area had been damaged by flood waters. Jerry Rives was working with a county crew to cut a trail so an area could be accessed by four-wheelers if the need arose to handle any kind of emergency in that area. He reportedly suffered a heart attack and was transported by Liberty County EMS to Kingwood Hospital where he died. Funeral services for Jerry Rives are pending with Pace-Stancil in Dayton.
Trash Service: Residential and commercial trash pickup has resumed in both Liberty and Dayton. While there is no schedule for debris pickup in either city, leaders from both towns are asking residents to separate debris into four different piles in preparation. One is for things like carpets and building materials. Create another area for appliances, and a third group for furniture. Then, make a fourth pile for yard debris.
School: Nine of the 10 school districts in Liberty and Chambers counties will resume classes this week. Six local school districts begin classes tomorrow. Those are Cleveland, Hardin, Tarkington, Devers, Barbers Hill and East Chambers. Superintendents from three other local districts – Dayton, Liberty and Anahuac – say their staff is reporting tomorrow with students set for a Wednesday start up. Hull-Daisetta ISD kids return to school a week from today – that’s Monday, September 11. We understand from reliable sources that the Hull-Daisetta elementary school was impacted by flooding, and work continues at that facility. So, this important message for families in the Hull-Daisetta school district, when classes resume next Monday, the Hull-Daisetta elementary students – pre-k through sixth - will be bused to Hardin’s old elementary school building.
Labor Day Closings: The Liberty County Courthouse and all city offices in Liberty, Dayton and Cleveland are closed today for Labor Day. All banks and post offices are also closed for the national holiday.
*Lake Release: 13,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 30.34 ASL*


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