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Daily Radiogram

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Tuesday, May 14, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 90 Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Assistant City Manager: We have reported the city of Liberty has a new assistant city manager, focusing on economic development. Chris Jarman a graduate of Lamar University with a Masters from A & M. He has worked in city government his entire working carrier. As far as his position focusing on economic development, Chris Jarman said economic development is relationship building. New Assistant Liberty City Manager Chris Jarman, on the job here for just over a month, is a native of Beaumont. He is married with one son.
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Suing for Asylum: Recently, when Houston Immigration Attorney Angel Rivera spoke to the Liberty Rotary Club, he outlined the process by which an immigrant can apply for asylum in the U.S. If asylum is granted, the immigrant can then apply to become a naturalized citizen. Attorney Angel Rivera said if immigrants seeking asylum in the United States can demonstrate a fear of persecution if they return to their home country, then the next legal step in the process begins. There are local attorneys who are experts in immigration law.
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Eric Latz Blood Drive: We have reported about the critical illness of our KSHN Radio Production Manager Eric Latz. For 23 years he has been one of the most familiar names and voices on KSHN Radio. Due to the nature of his illness, blood transfusions have become necessary. A blood drive is now set for Friday, May 24th. The City of Liberty has made their Liberty Center available at city hall. The hours are noon until 5:30 p.m. LifeShare Blood Center of Beaumont is supplying their blood drive team and equipment. Our appeal is, if you are a regular donor, make plans now to give during this blood drive. If you are not, then think about becoming a donor. You’ll be helping replace the blood used for Eric Latz in his fight for life.
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Annie Jr: Coming up this Saturday evening, the fine arts departments of both the Liberty High School and the Liberty Middle school will combine their considerable talents for an end of the year show. The event will give all the various departments of fine arts a chance to showcase the talent of those students. Liberty High School Theater Teacher Joe Roberts said all the departments will be represented. The production of Annie Jr. will be Saturday at 7 p.m. at the LISD Auditorium behind San Jacinto Elementary School on Grand in Liberty. Tickets are $10.
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