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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Thursday, September 28, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 185 Thursday, September 28, 2017
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Dayton Debris Pickup: Storm debris pick up will soon be under way in the City of Dayton. The first debris removal sweep will occur this coming Monday, Oct. 2. A second and final sweep will occur the following Monday, Oct. 9. These pickups are for storm debris only, not normal household trash, which should continue to be part of your standard garbage removal schedule. City of Dayton officials say storm debris should be separated into three different piles for pickup. The first pile is for vegetative items. Then make another pile with construction and demolition debris. A third pile of storm debris for City of Dayton pick up should include appliances and white goods. For more information, call the City of Dayton at 936-258-2642.
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Burnham Foundation Donation: As we reported earlier, the recent 28th Annual Burnham Classic Golf Tournament was once again a huge success. On Wednesday, the J.C. Burnham Foundation presented a check to Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare for $19,000. With this year’s gift, the Burnham family has now raised $511,000 for Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare, or its predecessor, during the past 27 years. That organization serves Liberty, Montgomery and Walker counties. However, Patti Atkins, board chair for Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare, said all the money raised from the Burnham Classic stays here in south Liberty County to help special-needs clients.
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Panther Fans: Liberty Panther football fans will want to make note of an important change in the Panthers schedule. We have reported hurricane damage to the Hardin-Jefferson football field initially prompted a location change for the Liberty vs. Hardin-Jefferson game slated for Friday, Oct. 27. The plan was to move that game from Sour Lake to Liberty. However, now Liberty ISD officials say the Hardin-Jefferson field is expected to back in top playing condition by that game date. So, the Panthers vs. Hawks game on Oct. 27 is moving back to the original site of Hawk Stadium in Sour Lake. Since Liberty missed its season-opener home game against Anahuac, Panther season ticket-holders can contact the LISD admin office about a refund for the cost of one home game. That number is 936-336-7213. This Fri. is Liberty Homecoming at Memorial Stadium versus Shepherd.
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Obituaries: Sammie Weatherly Huffman, 84, of Old River. Service 2 p.m. today in Sterling Funeral Home of Dayton.
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*Lake Release: 1,500 CFS – Liberty Bridge 7.72 ASL*
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