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Daily Radiogram

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Wednesday, December 06, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 232 Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Shopping Safety: During the holiday season, criminals like to shop the easy way by stealing – that includes gifts, purses, wallets, packages, electronics and any other valuables left in plain sight. In light of this, the Liberty Police Department will be proactively helping vehicle owners to prevent burglaries and thefts from their homes and vehicles. Liberty Police Lt. Chip Fairchild said the department is once again using its vehicle burglary report cards. While on patrol, officers will randomly inspect vehicles for potential problems. Then the driver will get a report card left on the vehicle’s windshield describing what - if anything - can be done to further protect your vehicle and belongings from criminals. Those report cards suggest locking doors, shutting windows, removing keys, stowing valuables out of sight, and where possible, placing packages in the trunk. Also, be sure to secure your home, garage and outbuildings. Lt. Fairchild suggests not leaving empty boxes curbside. He said that tells criminals what’s inside your home.
Spirit of Christmas Parade: Organizers are still accepting entries for the Spirit of Christmas parade this Saturday in Dayton. That parade will travel north on South Cleveland Street, turning east on West Houston and then south of Main Street. The parade will continue to Entzminger where it will head back west to South Cleveland and then north again. Dayton Chamber Executive Director Paula Moorhaj said those along the parade route are encouraged to decorate their yards for the holidays. It’s all part of Saturday’s Spirit of Christmas sponsored by the Dayton Chamber and the City of Dayton. To signup as a parade participant, call the Dayton Police Department at 258-7621.
Open House: First Liberty National Bank invites the community to a Christmas Open House Thursday from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the Liberty location on the corner of Sam Houston and Travis streets. It will be an evening filled with holiday cheer and musical entertainment. Santa Claus will also be there for free pictures. For those who would like, you can bring an unwrapped toy for the Liberty County Child Welfare Board to help the fostered youth of our county.
Obituaries: Travis “Randy” Randall Reed, 67, of Hardin. Service is 2 p.m. today at New Life UPC in Liberty (AFS).
*Lake Release: 1,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 6.88 ASL*


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