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Daily Radiogram

Monday, November 27, 2017

Monday, November 27, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 225 Monday, November 27, 2017
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Country Christmas: The annual Country Christmas celebration in Liberty is tomorrow. A free holiday celebration for the entire family, festivities start with the lighted parade at 6 p.m. Then it’s an evening filled with holiday cheer on the grounds at Liberty City Hall and inside the Liberty Center. There will be pictures with Santa Claus, moonwalks, train rides, wagon rides, cookies, entertainment, holiday music and face painting. The Liberty High School senior class food booth is the only place where you can spend money if you so desire. For more information, call the Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber during business hours at 936-336-5736. The Country Christmas celebration in Dayton is Saturday from 4 to 8:30 p.m. in the Dayton Community Center.
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Sam Center: We’ve reported on the long planned renovation of the Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center museum. Located on FM 1011 in Liberty, it serves a ten county area of Southeast Texas. The center’s manager, Alana Inman, said the design phase of the museum facelift is complete and construction will hopefully wrap up early next year. The museum gallery will include many recent donations of historical documents and artifacts added to exhibit outlining the history of what was the Atascocito District, from the original inhabitants to the modern era. The renovated section of the museum should be opened to the public in the first few months of 2018.
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Hospital Updates: The Liberty Dayton Regional Medical Center continues to update and expand services, including new personnel, nearly 150 trained staff members, new state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment, and according to hospital Administrator Matt Thornton, a new attitude as well. He said there is currently a big project under way that will change the way medical records are stored and updated. Mr. Thornton said topnotch hospital care combined with a compassionate approach is mandatory at the local hospital going into the future.
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Playoff Football: Liberty and East Chambers were both knocked out of the state football playoffs over the weekend. The Class 4A Liberty Panthers ended their season 8-3 after falling to the Salado Eagles. Final in that Area round matchup was Salado 63, Liberty 14. In Class 3A playoff action from Friday, Teague downed East Chambers 44-28.
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*Lake Release: 1,500 CFS – Liberty Bridge 7.48 ASL*
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