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Daily Radiogram

Friday, August 17, 2018

Friday, August 17, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 155 Friday, August 17, 2018
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School Safety: Ways to protect schools from mass shootings are being proposed frequently. One that seems to be taking hold is the lockdown door blocker. These types of locking devices secure a classroom door - or any door for that matter - against intrusion by locking it from the bottom of the inside. Deputy Sergeant Steve Squire is coordinator for the Multi-County Crime Stoppers, serving Liberty, San Jacinto and Montgomery counties. They are endorsing the Bearacade Lockdown Device. For information on how to help Crime Stoppers make these door blocking devices available to all Liberty County schools, contact Deputy Steve Squire at 936-539-7867 or Liberty County Sheriff’s Captain Ken DeFoor at 936-336-4500.
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Dayton Council: Dayton City Council met Wednesday to approve the sale of surplus city property in an online auction. Dayton’s Public Works Director Roy Rodriguez said the auction held on Aug. 10 was successful. The city used - for the first time - Rene Bates Auctioneers’ online services. Of the 22 items put up for auction, 21 were sold. Dayton City Manager Theo Melancon said the $32,000 received for those items will be split up among the city’s departments for which they were originally purchased. If not purchased with a specific department’s budget, the money goes into the city of Dayton’s General Fund.
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Liberty Golf Course: Since the city of Liberty purchased the former Magnolia Ridge Country club back in June, the renamed Liberty Municipal Golf Course has continued to operate, despite problems both indoors and out on the course. The list of things to be done at the facility involves repairs to several potentially hazardous electrical problems as well as possible fire safety issues in the kitchen. Liberty’s Interim City Manager Larry Shaw said progress is being made on addressing these problems. He said the golf course itself has poor irrigation and needs water to survive the hot summer temps. That will also need to be fixed soon. The good news is player numbers are already increasing.
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Obituaries: Glenn Edward Sumrall Sr, 67, of Dayton. Service is 10 a.m. Saturday at PSFH - Dayton. Isabel Gagne Lemond, 86, of Raywood. Service is 11 a.m. Saturday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church (WFS). Edwina Lorene Campbell, 86, of Baytown. Service is 3 p.m. Saturday at PSFH – Dayton.
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*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge 6.72 ASL*
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