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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Thursday, September 06, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 169 Thursday, September 6, 2018
School Enrollment: Student enrollment numbers are up in Liberty County. Starting with the stunning news from the largest district in the county, the Cleveland Independent School District now has 6,457 students. That’s up 1,006 kids over the same time period last year. Since this same time in 2014, Cleveland ISD has experienced a whopping increase of 2,655 students. Moving on to Dayton ISD, officials there report a growth of 30 students over last year. Dayton now has 5,408 students, making it the second largest school district in Liberty County. In Liberty ISD, Tuesday’s student count was 2,195, an increase of 75 students from last year. School districts with a small rise in student numbers include Hardin and Hull-Daisetta while both Tarkington and Devers saw a small drop in student count.
Mail Dumped: The Liberty County Sheriff’s Office is assisting U. S. Postal Service inspectors in an investigation of two large piles of undelivered mail found dumped in the woods south of Dayton along CR 4701. Sheriff’s Deputy Chance Maddox said it appears the two large piles of mail were dumped on two different days. The postmarks range from as far back as August 22 to as recent as this past Monday, September 3. Deputy Maddox said the mail was all unopened incoming mail - bills, checks, bank statements - no outgoing mail. All the undelivered mail appears to be from a Dayton area postal route. While an illegal dumping charge is a misdemeanor state offense, federal charges for mail theft or tampering carry more severe penalties. The Dayton Post Office will be sending out notices with info to all those who may be affected by this incident. If you have questions, call the Dayton Post Office at 936-258-5301.
Lee College Course: The Lee College Education Center South Liberty County will be offering two electrical courses that will prepare students for a career in the petrochemical industry. Those interested in this work-grant opportunity should apply immediately because classes start next Monday, September 10. The electrical courses are for those who have been underemployed or unemployed for the past six months. To get an application to take these NCCER Level I and II electrical courses, go by the Lee College Education Center South Liberty County on the Highway 146 Bypass in Liberty. You can also call Meia Taylor at 281-425-6311.
*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge 7.13 ASL*


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