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Daily Radiogram

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Tuesday, January 15, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 10 Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Elections: The candidate filing period for the May 4th city and school elections begins tomorrow and continues through Friday, February 15. The city of Liberty is also holding a special election to fill the unexpired council term of Paul Glazener. Filing period for special election candidates is longer – now through March 4. Candidates can file weekdays at their local municipal and school district administration offices. Dayton City Mayor Jeff Lambright will not seek another term.
School Funding: It is being reported widely that Texas lawmakers see school funding as a major issue for the 86th Legislative Session. District 18 State Rep. Ernest Bailes agrees with many in the state house and senate that the current system of public school funding, which the Texas Supreme Court has found to be “in need of reform”, is not equitable. Rep. Bailes said one big problem is that state school funding is weighted heavily in favor of charter schools over public schools. For those who may not be familiar, charter schools receive government funding but operate independently of the established state school system. There is an ongoing public debate over whether charter schools are private schools or are they state schools. Rep. Bailes said he and fellow lawmakers must find a way to make school funding fair and stop setting up public schools to fail.
Book Signing: There is a book signing this Sunday for Dr. Sheri L. Dark’s new book “Hidden With God”. The event is from 12:30 to 2 p.m. at Berean Tabernacle Baptist Church on the bypass at the corner of Beaumont Avenue in Liberty. Dr. Dark of Liberty said her book explores and offers explanations for some of life’s difficult times. Copies of the book will be available for $12 each. The book is also available from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and online at
Dayton Chamber: Tickets are on sale for the Dayton Chamber of Commerce’s 8th Annual Banquet on Saturday, February 2, at 6 p.m. in the Dayton Community Center, 801 South Cleveland Street. This year’s theme is “Havana Nights”. Dayton Chamber of Commerce Director Paula Moorhaj said it is going to be a fun evening of music, dancing, great food and recognition of some outstanding members of the community. Tickets are $40 each for the Cuban style themed banquet. A table for 10 is $350. For tickets or information, call the Dayton Chamber 936-257-2393.
*Lake Release: 62,100 CFS – Liberty Bridge 29.21 ASL*


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