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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Thursday, November 15, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 218 Thursday, November 15, 2018
Glazener Resigns, Applications Sought: Liberty City Council met Tuesday night and accepted a letter of resignation from council member Paul Glazener. We reported the recent passing of Mr. Glazener’s father, Mike Glazener, pastor at Cornerstone Church in Liberty. Mayor Carl Pickett said it is his understanding that Paul Glazener would succeed his late father as Cornerstone Church pastor and it was primarily those added responsibilities that prompted his resignation from Liberty City Council. Mayor Pickett said Paul Glazener has made an enormous contribution to the city as a member of council and he would be missed. As laid out in the Liberty City Charter, council voted to begin the process of accepting applications for someone to fill the remaining time on Paul Glazener’s council term. Deadline to apply is 5 p.m. Wednesday, November 28. The selection process is expected to be finished in time for Liberty Council to name a replacement council member at their meeting scheduled for Tuesday, December 11. Anyone interested in applying should call Liberty City Hall at 936-336-3684.
H-DISD Superintendent Finalist: The Hull-Daisetta school board named Tim Bartram as the sole finalist for superintendent during Tuesday’s regular meeting. We reported some time ago that Mary Huckabay is retiring as the district’s top administrator after 11 years on the job. By state law, trustees must now wait 21 days before officially hiring Tim Bartram as superintendent. He will be coming from Aspermont ISD, which is north of Abilene. Following the required waiting period, Hull-Daisetta school trustees are scheduled to vote to offer a superintendent contract to Tim Bartram at a specially called meeting on December 5.
Castle Retirement: David Castle has been a familiar face at Liberty County’s largest locally owned banking institution – First Liberty National Bank – for the past 35 years. Now, he is retiring and moving with his wife, Laura, to El Paso. A reception will be held in his honor tomorrow from 9 a.m. to noon. Everyone is encouraged to stop by the reception.
Obituaries: Alfred George Anderson, 79, of Conroe. Service is 2 p.m. today in Cornerstone Church of Cleveland (Metcalf FD – Conroe). Dr. Claxton Reginald Wilson, 98, of Dayton. Service is 2 p.m. Saturday at in FUMC - Dayton (PFSH).
*Lake Release: 48,200 CFS – Liberty Bridge 28.93 ASL*


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