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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Thursday, August 15, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 133 Thursday, August 15, 2019

Horse Causes Wreck: A horse loose on Hwy 321 in Dayton caused a multi-car accident yesterday morning. Dayton Police Sgt. Eric Ibarra said just before 6 a.m. on Wednesday, a horse ran into the path of an 18-wheel tractor trailer rig driven by Darryl Ross, 55 of Houston. From that point a chain reaction of events caused two more vehicles to become involved. A southbound driver, Gus Pappas, age 67 of Splendora, swerved to avoid the now deceased horse in the roadway. His attempt to avoid the animal put him directly into the path of a north bound vehicle driven by Shannon Busby of Houston. The two vehicles crashed nearly head on. Sgt. Ibarra said the drivers both slowed considerably and were traveling at about 45 miles per hour. None of the drivers were injured in yesterdays pile-up on Hwy 321 just north of the Dayton High School. Sgt. Ibarra said the Dayton Police Department continues to investigate to see if charges will be filed on the owner of the horse. It took over an hour to clear the roadway.

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County Tax Rate: Tuesday morning, Liberty County Commissioners voted to hold the county property tax rate unchanged at .05788 cents per $100 assessed value. The county’s projects revenue for the new fiscal year at $37.8 million. Liberty County Judge Jay Knight said the count income will raise more revenue from property taxes than it did last year, up by $3.78 million dollars. That’s increased revenue. Of that, $1.355 million comes is new properties added to the tax roll. The new budget will be in a future report.

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Education: Educating students with special educational requirements has changed over the past few decades. Now, school districts offer services to parents of children who may not yet be in school, but may show signs of a learning disability. LaJeania Hicks, Educational Co-Op Supervisor at Tarkington ISD, who has taught in special education over 17 years, said there are programs in place to help these young Texans even before they start school. For parents who live in the Liberty school district who may need extra services for their child, call Mandy Campbell at 936 336 8701. Hull Daisetta, Hardin and Devers parents call 936 298 2054. The number for Tarkington parents is 281 592 7739.

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Obituaries: Ryan Chadwick Tenney, 25, of Dayton. Funeral Service is Saturday at 10 a.m. at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton. Jared Lee Snell, 35, of Tarkington. Funeral Service is Friday at 11 a.m. at Cornerstone Church in Cleveland (PSFH). Charles Henry Gau, 60, of Anahuac. Funeral Service is Friday at 2 p.m. at Oak Island Baptist Church in Anahuac (SFH).

*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 7.07 ASL*


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