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Daily Radiogram

Friday, May 18, 2018

Friday, May 18, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 93 Friday, May 18, 2018
Hurricane Season Prep: Hurricane season begins two weeks from today on Friday, June 1. That means the time to prepare for the possibility of a hurricane making landfall along the upper Texas Gulf Coast is now. For those who might need help evacuating should a hurricane make landfall in our area, preparation means registering with the state for any help you or your loved ones might need. Registration is easy, and it’s free. Even if you registered in past years, you still need to re-signup again this year. Register by calling 2-1-1 or going online to what’s called the State of Texas Emergency Assistance Registry. You can access that online site from
Driverless Cars: They are called driverless cars, self-driving cars and robotic cars, but these are all different types of autonomous vehicles. Depending on who you talk with, autonomous vehicles could be sharing the road with drivers in the near future. During the last session of the Texas Legislature, a law was passed that paves the way for driverless vehicles on Texas roads. District 3 State Senator Robert Nichols, as chair of the Senate Transportation Committee, has been very involved in the process that led to that new law. He said Senate Bill 2205 requires every driverless vehicle operating on Texas roads to comply with all traffic laws, be equipped with video recording devices and be insured just like other vehicles. The law also makes the manufacturer of the vehicles responsible for all broken traffic laws and car wrecks, as long as the vehicle’s self-operating system has not been modified by anyone else.
Academic Competition: Liberty High School’s Literary Criticism Team won the state title this year and the LHS Academic Decathlon Team finished sixth in the state finals and seventh at a national online competition. One of the decathlon team’s members, Kaleb Zick, placed second nationally in mathematics. LHS Academic and Lit Crit Coach Randy Gunter said Liberty school officials believe that student competition is an important part of challenging the district’s top academic students to compete with the best students from other schools to hone their academic skills.
Obituaries: Patricia “Patti” Mae Guedry, 77, of Batson. Service 10 a.m. today at Batson Prairie Baptist Church (F&F).
*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge 10.45 ASL*


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