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Daily Radiogram

Monday, October 23, 2017

Monday, October 23, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 202 Monday, October 23, 2017
Auction: The 2017 TVE Youth Livestock Auction brought another nice payday for kids in Liberty and Chambers Counties Friday afternoon. Final total, not including add-ons, came to $289,376. That is roughly $18,000 below last year. One young competitor has been showing livestock since the 3rd grade. LHS Senior Mattie Beasley of the Liberty FFA showed this year’s Grand Champion Market Steer. That steer brought $15,000 from the Watts-Eastman Buyers Group or the WE Group as they are known. The owner of this year’s Reserve Champion Market Steer -2nd place -is Layton Lewis with Barbers Hill Jr. FFA. Community Toyota paid $6,500 for Layton’s steer. A solid payday for some very hardworking youth, especially considering the financial hardships experienced by many in this area due to the storms of Hurricane Harvey.
LISD Bond Work: Liberty school trustees hired a construction manager at risk Tuesday night to direct phase two of the district’s bond projects. The Liberty ISD board also approved schematic drawings from Architect Rayce Boyter of Stantec. Part of phase two is a new STEM addition to Liberty Elementary School. That building will include science labs, a computer lab, a media center or library and classrooms. The Liberty school board voted 6-0 to hire Pepper Lawson Construction to serve as the construction manager at risk for those projects. That means the company will be responsible for construction, rehabilitation, alteration or repair of the facilities as general contractor. They will also provide consultation to the school district regarding construction during and after the design of the facilities.
Football: Four south Liberty County high school football teams were in action Friday night, while the Barbers Hill Eagles took to the gridiron on Saturday. Friday night the Crosby Cougars came to Dayton and took home a win with a 69 -27 defeat of the Broncos. Also at home Friday were the Liberty Panthers hosting the Hamshire Fannett Longhorns. The Panthers won that game 31 to 6. The Hardin Hornets hosted East Chambers Friday night. That ended with East Chamber Buccaneers 31, Hornets 12. Hull-Daisetta went on the road to Colmesneil and brought home a big win with a 38-8 score over the Colmesneil Bulldogs. On Saturday, the Barbers Hill Eagles traveled to Humble to face the Wildcats bringing home a win of 45-13 over the Wildcats.
*Lake Release: 1,500 CFS – Liberty Bridge 7.88 ASL*


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