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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Thursday, September 21, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 180 Thursday, September 21, 2017
TVE Improvements: The Trinity Valley Exposition board continues to make improvements to the facilities at the fairgrounds. This year, those enhancements include a second expansion to the community room plus enlargement of the office area. The popular community room was originally built in 2011. At that time, it was 2,000 square feet. When the current expansion project is complete, it will be about 3,800 square feet overall. In the past few years, the TVE board has also expanded the covered pavilion and improved the livestock area. During the last several years, the rodeo arena added two air-conditioned skyboxes and then giant fans to help move air in that facility. Mark your calendars - this year’s TVE begins with kickoff weekend on Friday, Oct. 13. Opening Day Parade is Wednesday, Oct. 18. The Tally Amusement Carnival attracts thousands and starts Tuesday, Oct. 17, and runs through Saturday, Oct. 21.
Burning Restrictions: Be aware – there are specific state laws banning the burning of certain items. That is an important message for those wanting to dispose of damaged property in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. Chambers County PIO Ryan Holzaepfel said, generally speaking, it is illegal to burn substances other than vegetative materials generated on your own property. Examples of prohibited burning include tires, plastics, synthetics, insulation, carpet, shingles and tar paper. Regardless, burning must be conducted safely. Also, be aware, burning inside most city limits is prohibited by local ordinances. When in doubt, call the county or city where you want to burn.
LISD: During Tuesday’s Liberty school board meeting, trustees approved a Missed School Days Waiver for the seven days students were out of classes as a result of Hurricane Harvey. With the waiver, the Liberty school district will be able utilize the previously adopted school calendar without changes. In other words, students will not have to make up those class days.
Obituaries: Brian Lee Sumrall, 39 of Batson. Service 11 a.m. Friday at North Main Baptist (F&F). Doyle Tanton Sr., 75 of Liberty. Service 2 p.m. Friday at Bible Way Pentecostal in Liberty (PSFH). Mary Arceneaux, 81 of Raywood. Service 11 a.m. Friday at Sacred Heart in Raywood (WFS). Diane Lofton, 67, of Liberty. Service 11 a.m. Saturday at Mt. Rose Missionary Baptist in Liberty (PM).
*Lake Release: 1,500 CFS – Liberty Bridge 8.25 ASL*


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