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Daily Radiogram

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Tuesday, December 11, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 234 Tuesday, December 11, 2018
House Fire: A fire in the 1700 block of Webster Street in Liberty Monday caused heavy damage to the kitchen, nearby rooms and attic. There was also heavy smoke, heat and water damage throughout. The home belongs to Neal and Jana Sams. Nobody was there at the time of the blaze, and no injuries were reported. The family dog scurried away when firefighters arrived to fight the fire, but returned home later in the day.
Trinity River Rising: The Trinity River has once again topped flood stage, and it continues to rise. The Trinity River Authority currently projects the river will crest tomorrow near 29½ feet above sea level at the Highway 90 bridge in Liberty. Tune in to KSHN FM 99.9 for the latest information on the river and dam releases. We always report the latest dam release number on an hourly basis on FM 99.9 and also do on-air reports that reflect the latest info within minutes of when each change is made.
Reception for Huckabay: The Hull-Daisetta Independent School District will hold a reception for retiring Superintendent Mary Huckabay tomorrow from 2 to 4 p.m. in the high school library. We reported Mary Huckabay is retiring as Hull-Daisetta’s top administrator after 11 years on the job. Officially, her last day is December 20. The Hull-Daisetta school board has named Tim Bartram as the district’s new superintendent. He has held the top post at Aspermont ISD for the last three years. Mr. Bartram officially takes the helm in Hull-Daisetta on January 7.
Find Santa Starts Today: It’s that time of year again to Find Santa. One of the fun things KSHN Radio does each year is to play the “Find Santa” game. It gives our listeners a chance to win cash prizes. When all is done, we give away $1,000 in Christmas cash. Ten times each weekday we ask our listeners to call KSHN. When the correct number caller is identified, they have a chance to guess where Santa is shopping that hour. If the person guesses correctly, they win the jackpot. Those jackpots start at $10 and then $10 more is put in the jackpot for each game. Find Santa begins today on FM 99.9 and continues weekdays until Monday, December 24.
Obituaries: Austin “Terry” Wilcher, 70, of Houston, formerly of Dayton. Service is 2 p.m. today at Pace-Stancil in Dayton. Patsy Mullins, 92, of Liberty. Pending with Allison FS.
*Lake Release: 64,700 CFS – Liberty Bridge 27.69 ASL*


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