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Daily Radiogram

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Wednesday, March 28, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 59 Wednesday, March 28, 2018
Social Security Scam Warning: Here’s another scam warning. This one involves thieves calling Houston area residents claiming their Social Security number has been stolen. The caller then instructs the residents to call a specified number to correct the problem. When that number is called, the scammers pretend to be with the Social Security office in Houston. However, it is a scam. Be aware, the number even mimics a local Houston phone number. Officials say if someone contacts you claiming to be with Social Security, it’s best to hang up. Then call Social Security directly. The nationwide toll-free number is 1-800-772-1213, or contact the Beaumont office toll-free at 866-613-2864. Officials with Social Security also encourage people to utilize the administration’s online services at
Commissioners: Liberty County Commissioners met less than 30 minutes yesterday with a short agenda. During that meeting, commissioners heard from Liberty County Sheriff’s Captain Ken Defoor about a vehicle being presented to the sheriff’s office by the Crime Stoppers organization. The three-county organization - Montgomery, San Jacinto and Liberty - will provide the Liberty County Crime Stoppers Coordinator, Capt. Defoor, a vehicle with a value of up to $33,000 at no charge to the county. He said that is especially generous since Liberty County is the only one of the three member counties that provides no financial support to the organization. Funding to the group is generally provided through a fee charged to probationers; however, despite the importance of crime stoppers, Liberty County has not implemented that fee on local probationers here.
Easter Sunrise: The public is invited to Sterling Funeral Home’s annual community Easter Sunrise Service this Sunday at Palms Memorial Park. It’s a tradition dating back decades. Led by the Dayton Ministerial Alliance, it begins Sunday morning at 7 in Palms Memorial Park cemetery on S.H. 146 south. The public is invited to stay after the service for fellowship. Refreshments will be served by Sterling Funeral Home. You’re encouraged to dress casual and bring a lawn chair.
Obituaries: Berna Deane Anderson, 96, formerly of Liberty. Service 2 p.m. Friday in Liberty City Cemetery (AFS).
*Lake Release: 14,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 17.73 ASL*


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