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Daily Radiogram

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Tuesday, November 26, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 197 Tuesday, November 26, 2019
Feral Hog Death: Stunning news on the Liberty woman’s death that we reported on yesterday. Here’s more, there is more to report on how the Liberty woman died this past weekend. Here body was found in Chambers County. Sheriff Brian Hawthorne of Chambers County, said in a press conference held yesterday afternoon that Dr. Selly Rivers of the Jefferson County Medical Examiners office has ruled the cause of death of Christine Rollins, 59, of Liberty, to be accidental. Now comes the stunning part. The medical examiner’s office said the woman bled to death after being attacked by feral hogs in the yard of her employer. According to Sheriff Hawthorne, the Liberty woman was attacked by several hogs,. The medical examiner noted a number of different size bite marks. The Chambers County Sheriff said, in their research, they could find fewer than 6 deaths caused by feral hogs in the history of reporting wild hog’s attacks. Sheriff Hawthorne said Ms. Rollins arrived at her caretaker’s job at her normal time, around 6 am. Investigators believe she got out of car Sunday, locked the door behind her, when she was attacked and killed by the powerful beasts. Texas Game Warden Jake Noxon was not aware of any such fatal attacks but he is checking Parks and Wildlife records.
Pickett Statement: Monday, a statement from Liberty County District Attorney Logan Pickett was released by his attorney. Here is that statement in its entirety. Quote: “Megan and Logan want to thank everyone for all of the prayers and heartfelt support. They will not make any further comment regarding the matter pending in Harris County. They will rely on their strong faith in God and confidence in our justice system to carry their family through this most difficult time. They trust the process will afford them the same dignity, respect and equality as others who encounter our judicial process. Logan will continue to serve the fine folks of Liberty County in the discharge of his duties as their elected District Attorney.” end Quote. DA Pickett is facing charges in Houston for a misdemeanor charge of assault on a family member already reported on extensively.
RSV: Cold and flu season is here and there is one virus going around that can be scary. The Respiratory Syncytial Virus, or RSV, is a viral infection infecting lungs and breathing passages. Heather Reed, a Physicians Assistant at Liberty Dayton Regional Hospital Clinic, said because it’s a virus, doctors are limited on treatment for RSV. Most at risk are children under the age of one, and adults over the age of 65. Also at risk are people with a lowered immune system. Ms. Reed said for healthy individuals RSV will present itself much like a common cold. To help protect ones self from RSV, experts say to use simple hygiene habits like frequent hand washing, not touching your face, and not sharing food or drinks with anyone.
************************************************ LMS: Liberty Middle School Principal Rhonda Smith recently started a Unified Sports Program for Life Skill students at the middle school. Liberty Independent School District Assistant Superintendent Dusty McGee on a recent Party Line Program, said students in the Life Skills class have already learned botchy ball and were taken on a bowling field trip.
Obituaries: Sheral Ann McKinney, 70. Funeral service will be 11am on Saturday, at Sterling Funeral Home.
*Lake Release: 2,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 7.47 ASL*


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