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Daily Radiogram

Monday, April 2, 2018

Monday, April 02, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 61 Monday, April 2, 2018
Charges Dismissed Against LMS Students: The Liberty County Attorney’s Office has declined to accept charges against three Liberty Middle School students accused of making a terroristic threat. In other words, the charges have been dismissed. Back in early March, we reported the Liberty Independent School District filed a complaint with the Liberty Police Department and charges were filed against the three juveniles. Concerning his decision to drop charges, Liberty County Attorney Matthew Poston said there is a legal difference between a terroristic threat and an improper or poorly timed joke. With the legal charges dropped, it’s now up to the school district to revaluate the internal disciplinary actions it has taken and determine what - if any - punishment the three students will continue to face at school.
Hospital Upgrade: We have reported on the Liberty Dayton Regional Medical Center’s plan to transition to a mammoth new electronic medical record storage and updating system. Hospital Administrator Matt Thornton said that new state-of-the-art medical record equipment has been in operation for a few weeks now. He says the system has eliminated the hours of work hospital staff have devoted each week to storing and retrieving information on patient records, required medical reporting and more. Mr. Thornton said their company – Cerner – is considered one of the top electronic health record companies in the world.
Easter Egg Hunt: It was a beautiful, sunny Saturday morning as a large crowd gathered for the 35th annual KSHN Easter Egg Hunt in Liberty Municipal Park. Kids 9 and under scrambled for nearly 5,000 candy-filled plastic eggs plus the 90 prize eggs scattered about the large hunt area. Then, there were those three grand prize eggs. Junior Vega of Hamshire-Fannett received an electric scooter while Brennan Nunan of Hardin walked away with a stuffed Easter bunny and a $75 gift card to Game Stop. The third large prize egg was found by Miguel Moreno of Devers who got the red State Farm wagon provided by local agent Victor Barranco. Of course, none of this would be possible without our sponsors who pick up the cost for this annual hunt.
Obituaries: David Joseph Mainor, 37, of Liberty. Service is 1 p.m. Tuesday at Sterling Funeral Home in Dayton.
*Lake Release: 53,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 29.26 ASL*


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