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Daily Radiogram

Friday, December 28, 2018

Friday, December 28, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 245 Friday, December 28, 2018
Don’t Panic: The recent stock market plunge then sudden rise may look scary to those new to the market and its fluctuations. However falling stock prices signal what Certified Public Accountant Byron Swaim calls a market correction. That term refers to a decline that follows recent highs. Mr. Swaim said not only is the stock drop just temporary, experts have been expecting it for some time. Financial expert Byron Swaim said when stocks go high enough the market predictably corrects itself with a sometimes steep fall. Mr. Swaim said he tells his clients not to panic. He said a correction is not a crash. In time, the stock market will weather whatever concerns have prompted the correction. Mr. Swaim said this is a good time to invest with stock prices still on the low side.
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Spirit Horse: Spirit Horse Therapeutic Riding Center South of Liberty is designed to help kids and adults with cognitive, emotional, physical and behavioral disabilities. Additionally, Spirit Horse offers programs even for those without special needs. Spirit Horse is funded mostly by tax deductible donations. Spirit Horse Director and founder, Donna Wiebelhaus said the biggest expense for the program is the care and feeding of the horses. Donations can be made for Spirit Horse at Chachere’s Feed at 311 Crockett Street in Liberty where they get much of their horse feed. Monetary donations can also be made on line at spirithorseliberty.org or call 936 641 0165.
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Stop the Bleed: We have reported on the nationwide Stop the Bleed campaign. That effort aims to spread the message about how to respond to bleeding emergencies. City of Liberty Fire Chief Bryan Hurst said his department is involved in providing Stop the Bleed training and information to the public. Chief Hurst said, first of all, be aware that using a tourniquet to stop bleeding in either yourself or someone else is not a painless procedure. Liberty Fire Chief Bryan Hurst said a tourniquet- once it is in place – has to stay in place until the person bleeding gets to the hospital. To find out more about Stop the Bleed, contact Misty Delaney at the city of Liberty EMS at 936 336 3922 or visit stopthebleed. com.
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Obituaries: Gytha Newell Rusk McNair, 88 of Dayton. Memorial service this Saturday at 11 a.m. at First United Methodist Church in Dayton (PSFH-D).
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*Lake Release: 48,200 CFS – Liberty Bridge 24.00 ASL*
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