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Daily Radiogram

Friday, November 30, 2018

Friday, November 30, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 227 Friday, November 30, 2018
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Cattle Deaths: The responsibilities of the Texas AgriLife Extension Service are many and varied. Locally, when a cattle owner reports almost a dozen dead cattle with no obvious cause, County Extension Agent Roy Flora investigates. That is exactly what happened on Monday of this week. Mr. Flora said a cattle rancher in the Romayor area reported 11 head of their 100 cattle herd had sickened and died mysteriously. In this case, Mr. Flora said it appears to be an isolated incident and not some sort of livestock health emergency. Mr. Flora said all evidence points to a normally harmless plant called a coffee senna that can become toxic under bad circumstances. To report any suspicious looking plant life or similar symptoms in cattle to the extension office, call 936-334-3230 or email roy.flora@ag.tamu.edu.
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State Qualifiers: The Dayton FFA Ag Advocacy Team members are state qualifiers and will compete in the FFA Leadership Development Competition at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville this weekend. The Advocacy Team category is part of several public speaking programs sponsored by the Future Farmers of America. Team members are Hunter Alley, Layne Bode, Hannah Dodson and Tyler Werner. Their 6 ½ minute presentation is called the “Story of Agriculture” and offers a brief but informative history of agriculture in Texas.
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Local Author: Cleveland native Paula Fuller Enloe has published her first book titled “Lessons From My Mirror – Change Begins with Me”. Mrs. Fuller said her book encourages readers who are struggling with life issues to make a positive change. A 1979 graduate of Cleveland High School, she has worked as a legal assistant for several attorneys and is a certified family law mediator. Paula and her husband of 40 years, Noble, live in Plum Grove. She is a member of The Sanctuary church in Cleveland. Paula Enloe will be signing copies of her book at the city of Cleveland’s Hometown Christmas tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Cleveland Civic Center, 210 Peach Avenue.
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Playoff Football: The Class 3A East Chambers football team plays tonight in the Regional round of the state playoffs. The 11-1 East Chambers Buccaneers are taking on the Cameron Yoe Yoeman, also at 11-1. Kickoff is 7 o’clock tonight at Woodforest Bank Stadium in Shenandoah.
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*Lake Release: 25,100 CFS – Liberty Bridge 26.16 ASL*
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