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Daily Radiogram

Friday, June 22, 2018

Friday, June 22, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 117 Friday, June 22, 2018
Dayton Rail Crossing: For years, efforts have been ongoing to get state agencies and railroad companies to address the traffic problem caused by the railroad crossing at U.S. 90 in Dayton. Most of those efforts focus on construction of an overpass or some other form of detour around the busy rail crossing. At a recent meeting of the area Municipal League in Liberty, an announcement was made that could be the early sign that a construction project is in the works to improve the traffic situation there. Dayton City Manager Theo Melancon attended that meeting where word came from the Houston Galveston Area Council that a grade separation project for Dayton was under discussion. He said no further details are available but the fact that HGAC is aware of the issue is a good sign something positive will happen soon on the Hwy 90 rail crossing problem.
Go Topless for Frank: There is a fundraiser tomorrow for a longtime local law enforcement officer. Liberty Police Sgt. Frank Longoria has served the community for more than 25 years. He has been suffering some health issues recently that prevent him from returning to work, and now he needs the community’s help. The benefit is a jeep show and barbecue cook-off called Go Topless for Frank. There will also be live and silent auctions, live music, and jumpers for the kids. It’s tomorrow from 2 to 9 p.m. at Liberty Dayton Chrysler on the Highway 146 Bypass at U.S. 90 in Liberty.
Master Naturalist Deadline Change: The deadline has once again been extended to submit an application for the course to become a certified Texas Master Naturalist through the Lower Trinity Basin Chapter of Liberty and Chambers Counties. The new deadline is now Tuesday, July 3, and the group’s first training session will be Thursday, July 19. To become a certified Texas Master Naturalist, individuals must complete 40 hours of specialized training related to nature and natural resources. They also complete an additional eight hours of advanced training and volunteer at least 40 hours of their time each year. Those interested in the course should call Karen Morris at 713-854-4482 or email her at
Obituaries: Willis Lee Votaw, 88, of Dayton. Graveside service was yesterday at French Cemetery (Pace-Stancil).
*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge 6.87 ASL*


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