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Daily Radiogram

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Tuesday, September 05, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 168 Tuesday, September 5, 2017
Babin on FEMA: Congressman Brian Babin told KSHN Radio News that his thoughts and prayers are with everyone impacted by the catastrophic flooding across Southeast Texas. His office has been in contact with federal, state and local partners to ensure his constituents’ needs are meet. All of the nine counties of Babin’s 36th Congressional District are declared federal disaster areas. Rep. Babin urges impacted residents to apply for assistance online at You may also call 1-800-621-3362, but filing online can be done without the wait that may be experienced on the phone.
Gatorfest Canceled: This year’s Texas Gatorfest has been canceled due to the devastating flooding across Chambers County and Southeast Texas. Gatorfest Chair Sarah Cerrone said the decision to cancel was made after much consideration. Gatorfest extends its thoughts and prayers to all those who have been impacted by this widespread disaster. Organizers promise it will return next year better and stronger.
Football: With opening weekend of the high school football season flooded out across much of Southeast Texas by Hurricane Harvey, area teams are ready to take the field this week. Dayton is home Friday facing Nederland at 7 p.m. Liberty is on the road at Cleveland beginning at 7:30. Hardin travels to Huntington for a 7:30 p.m. start. Hull-Daisetta is in Saratoga facing West Hardin with a 7:30 kickoff. Barbers Hill will host Friendswood at 7 p.m. Friday. Remember, is your home for all this year’s Dayton, Liberty, Hardin, Hull-Daisetta and Barbers Hill games. On, just look for your team’s logo under Teamline at the bottom of our homepage. For those listening to Liberty and Dayton on KSHN FM 99.9 – Panther fans should turn your stereo balance control to the left while Dayton supporters can listen to the Broncos on the right side.
Clarification: We reported 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. His name is 58-year-old Jerry Rives. We misspelled it.
Obituaries: Larry Charles Jordan Sr., 61, of Mont Belvieu. Service 3 p.m. Wednesday in Sterling Funeral Home –Dayton.
*Lake Release: 13,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 28.32 ASL*


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