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Daily Radiogram

Monday, September 9, 2019

Monday, September 09, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 149 Monday, September 9, 2019
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River Ranch Ground Breaking: Tuesday morning, there will be a ground breaking held at the River Ranch location starting at 11 a.m. The development is on SH 146 south. Landev Engineers has recently completed a general development plan for 671 acres, the first phase of development for River Ranch. The first phase consists of approximately 230 large estate lots and 1,070 standard residential lots — a total of 1,300 homes. The plans also call for a 12-acre school site, 5 acres for a wastewater treatment plant, 1 acre for a water treatment plant and roughly 135 acres for commercial real estate. The master planned community will also include a trail system throughout the development. Liberty County projects its population to increase from about 78,000 in 2014 to over 118,000 by 2035, according to its strategic plan.
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Panthers: Liberty Panthers got off to bad start in week one of the high school football season but obviously they found answers in week 2. Friday night the Panthers of Coach Chad Taylor slammed cross-county rival Cleveland 69-13. Liberty was at home in Memorial Stadium for the second week but this time the Panthers scored on their first 6 possessions, 5 times in the 1st quarter. They amassed a whopping 631 yards of total offense. This Friday Liberty travels north to face the Livingston Lions. That game time has an early kickoff at 7 PM. Hear all Liberty games live on KSHN.com.
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Hardin: Hardin City Attorney Wes Hinch said information indicates Hardin City Council member Harvey Finley may not live in the city of Hardin. A search for other information found that Mr. Finley’s home is actually split by the city limits line. The garage is in fact in the city of Hardin, but the residential portion of the home is not. City Attorney Wes Hinch said if it is determined Mr. Finley in fact does not live in the city of Hardin, he would have to resign.
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Obituaries: Marta Carol Kerr -91, Liberty died Thurs. Service Sunday Sept. 8 at First United Methodist –Liberty (PSFH).
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*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 7.21 ASL*

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