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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, August 22, 2019

Thursday, August 22, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 138 Thursday, August 22, 2019
Guilty: A convicted felon has been sentenced to 35 years in prison. That happened last week in the 253rd District Court of Chap B. Cain III in the Liberty County Courthouse. 50-year old David Joel Davis Jr, a resident of Liberty County, first entered a not guilty plea in 253rd District Court. That came on Monday, August 12. The case proceeded to trial by jury for several felony charges in a high speed chase. The accused almost struck a Montgomery County Sheriff’s deputy who was on foot attempting to lay down a spike strip to end the chase. When an attempt to throw out evidence failed, David Davis Jr. changed his plea to guilty in exchange for a recommendation of a 35 year sentence. Judge Chap Cain III accepted the guilty pleas and the sentencing recommendations. The final disposition ensures David Davis Jr. serves at least 17.5 years in prison before any possibility of parole.
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Stilson Road Upgrade: With the number of industrial developments that have already located in Dayton and even more expected, there are a number of expansions that are expected. Dayton Community Development Corporation Board President Wendell Null said they have applied for a grant to rebuild Stilson road into what is called a heavy haul road to accommodate the big trucks. The DCDC has applied for a grant to help fund this project. Wendell Null, board president for the DCDC, said the city has already obtained the right of way for the project to rebuild Stilson road.
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Lower Bills: Those whose home gets electrical power from Entergy Power Company residents can now expect a drop in the monthly electric bill beginning in September. Lower costs for fuel to Entergy Texas, Inc. to generate that electricity will translate into lower power bills for customers this fall and winter. They will see that decrease in the fuel portion of their bill starting in September due those lower fuel costs. This savings will remain the same until March 2020. The average customer using 1,000 kilowatt-hour at their residence for Entergy Customers should see a decrease of a bit over $3.50 per month. For information on other ways to save on your utility bill visit entergytexas.com/summer.
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Obituaries: Pamela Ann Monroe, 67, of Liberty. Services are pending with Proctor’s Mortuary.**** Ethel Mae Cooke, 89, of Hull. Funeral service is Friday at 10 am at Faith & Family Funeral Service.
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*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 7.17 ASL*


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