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Friday, November 8, 2019

Friday, November 08, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 189 Friday, November 8, 2019
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Escaped Cattle: In the early morning hours of Wednesday 190 head of cattle escaped their pen on a ranch in Stowell in Chambers County. Sheriff Brian Hawthorne said 8 accidents were caused by the escaped bovine but no injuries to humans were reported. Sheriff Hawthorne said the process of rounding the cattle up is complicated because these cattle are feisty. Helping the rancher and the Chambers County Sheriff’s Office are over 50 Cowboys from Liberty County, Chambers County, and Jefferson County. So far the Cowboys have rounded up 160 of the 190 head. Sheriff Hawthorne said, loose cattle are an enormous risk to drivers. He added if you see loose cattle around a roadway in that area, for safety’s sake, call 911.
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DRC: All disaster recovery centers are now closed on Sundays. The new hours Monday through Saturday are 8-6. DRC’s are offering in-person support for individuals and busineses in counties included in the Texas federal disaster declaration for victims of Tropical Storm Imelda. There are 2 DRC’s in Liberty county. One in Cleveland at the Cleveland Senior Citizens Organization, 220 Peach Ave. and the other at the Jack Hartel Building on San Jacinto St. in Liberty.
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Country Christmas: The South Liberty County Country Christmas sponsored by the City of Liberty and The Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce will be held Tuesday Dec 3, 2019. The parade lines up about 5 p.m. and then begins at 6 p.m. . All entries should be well lighted. As in past years, the Christmas Parade is on Travis Street, not Main Street. To make reservations Liberty City Manager Tom Warner said call city hall. Following the parade, the activities coordinated by the Chamber will be held at the City of Liberty Municipal Complex. Activities include the lighting of the official Christmas tree, pictures with Santa, hot chocolate and cookies, entertainment, face-painting, balloon art, trackless train, moonwalks, pony rides, dancing horses, hay rides, mule drawn wagon rides, and still more! The Liberty ISD Senior Class will operate a food booth to raise funds for Senior Activities. For more parade info or to make reservations, contact April Gilliland at 936-336-3684. For info on activities contact the Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce at 936-257-8926 or 936-336-5736.
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Branch Cemetery: An effort by the Liberty County Historical Commission to gain access to the historical Branch Cemetery on Cypress Street in Liberty continues. It was in March 2016 when the Liberty City Council first gave approval to accept the gift of the E. T. Branch Cemetery. That was after a plan for a restoration project by the Liberty County Historic Commission was presented to council. Since that time, the restoration has been on hold as legal battles play out in court. Liberty County Historical Commission Chair Linda Jamison said at issue is access to the historical cemetery. The property surrounding the Branch Cemetery now belongs to Chance Ingram of Liberty. The cemetery is final resting place of E.T. Branch and his family. As best we know, Mr. Branch was the first paid school teacher in the county and one of Liberty’s early leaders. The land around this historical cemetery belongs to Chance Ingram and as of this date, he has not allowed access to the cemetery through his property for that restoration to begin.
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*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 7.91 ASL*
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