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Daily Radiogram

Monday, October 28, 2019

Monday, October 28, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 181 Monday, October 28, 2019
Constitutional Amendment #1: We wanted to do a presentation of those ten constitutional amendments to be found in the November 5th election. We realized it would take a long report so we created instead a ten-part series covering one proposition on each day’s newscast. Then we needed a source that we trusted to be non-partisan and that sent us to the much honored on–line newspaper, Texas Tribune. Now let’s begin our series with proposition #1. Here’s How it will read on the ballot: “The constitutional amendment permitting a person to hold more than one office as a municipal judge at the same time.” What Proposition #1 means: Municipal court judges adjudicate city ordinance violations and certain misdemeanor criminal cases. The proposition would permit elected municipal court judges to serve multiple municipalities at the same time. Currently, only appointed municipal court judges — who make up more than 95 percent of the state's municipal court judges, according the House Research Organization — can serve multiple jurisdictions at the same time, some argue that makes it more challenging for small and rural cities to find qualified candidates.
Panthers: The Liberty Panthers football team fell to an 0-2 District Record in 10-4A. Friday nights loss 38-14 was on the road in Silsbee. Liberty didn't seem to have an answer for the Tigers' explosive offense. Silsbee advanced to the State 4-A Quarterfinals last year. Liberty finished the night last Friday night with just 169 yards of total offense while Silsbee racked up 392 yards. Liberty fumbled twice, losing both and Silsbee tuned both recoveries into scoring drives. Silsbee never fumbled in the district win over Liberty. Liberty trailed by just 3 points well into the 3rd period Friday but that was as close as they got in the second half. Panther miscues and unsuccessful on-sides kicks did them in. The final score again, Silsbee 38 - Liberty 14. Next week, Liberty draws perennial power-house and district rival, West Orange-Stark at Liberty's Memorial Stadium. If you can’t be there, join us at KSHN.COM for a live broadcast. An archived video of most Liberty games can be seen on our website. It’s all free.
Time Change: This is not the last time you will get a reminder on this but Central Standard Time returns this coming Sunday morning at 2. So, for most old clocks that must be done manually. For the more modern digital clocks, like those found on computers, cell phones and most of the modern technology will make that change automatically. Remember the adage that says fall back in the fall, spring forward in the spring. The simple way for those is if you go to bed at 10 Saturday night set your clock back an hour to 9 and that way when you wake up Sunday you will be right on time for church.
Obituaries: Ross Edward Minter, 66 of Liberty. Graveside service 10 a.m. today Cooke Memorial Cemetery. Kenneth Howard Inman, 68 of Dayton. Allison Funeral Service will handle cremation. Connie Muriel Hicks, 70 of Hull. Services pending with Faith and Family Funeral Service.
*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 8.33 ASL*


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