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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, March 22, 2018

Thursday, March 22, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 55 Thursday, March 22, 2018
Local GOP Conventions: The Liberty County Republican Party precinct and county conventions will be held this Saturday. Registration begins at 9 a.m. in the Jack Hartel Community Center, 318 San Jacinto Street in Liberty. Anyone who voted in the March 6 Republican Primary Election is welcome. In addition to discussing platform issues, those present will elect delegates to the Republican Party of Texas Convention. For more information, call 281-433-5205.
Jubilee Public Awareness Booths: There are still a few spaces available in the Public Awareness section at the 33rd Annual Liberty Jubilee tomorrow and Saturday. The public awareness area is for some businesses, non-profit groups, churches and other entities there to provide information about themselves to Jubilee visitors. Misty Delaney is chair of the Jubilee Public Awareness booths. She points out that, unlike other booths at the annual festival, there is no charge for a public awareness space. For information, call Misty Delaney at 936-336-3922.
DISD School Board: Dayton Independent School District trustees met Tuesday for a regularly scheduled meeting where the board nominated Superintendent Dr. Jessica Johnson for the Texas Association of School Boards’ Superintendent of the Year award. Each year the association recognizes a select group of superintendents for exemplary and visionary leadership. One of those administrators will then be named the 2018 Superintendent of the Year at the state convention in Austin next fall.
Historical Society: Dayton Historical Society will meet this coming Monday at 6 p.m. in Parker Hall. This month’s speaker is Darlene Mott, an avid historian who is knowledgeable about the life of William B. Duncan. He served in the Civil War with the company of men from Liberty and Chambers counties formed by Captain Ashley Spaight. Duncan kept records and letters during his time in service. At Monday’s meeting, Darlene Mott will share those letters exchanged between Duncan and his wife. Parker Hall is located behind the Old School Museum at 111 West Houston Street in Dayton. The public is welcome.
Obituaries: Prestina Moore, 36, of Port Arthur. Service 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Miles Missionary Baptist in Ames (AFS).
*Lake Release: 12,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 17.42 ASL*


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