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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, January 16, 2020

Thursday, January 16, 2020 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 35, No. 11 Thursday, January 16, 2020
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Personal Safety: At Wednesday’s monthly luncheon of the Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce, Deputy Josh Cummins with the Liberty County Sheriff’s office presented a program on Personal Safety. Deputy Cummins said not paying attention to your surroundings makes you an easy target for criminals. He said when out in public you should always know your surroundings. Deputy Cummins said if you notice someone who looks out of place for the situation you are in, you should remove yourself from that situation. In today’s world, Deputy Cummins said a cell phone is the number one distraction for those out in public. Again, Sheriff’s department Deputy Josh Cummins presented a program on personal safety at this month’s Liberty Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce. The full presentation, Wednesday, was video recorded and is now on KSHN.com website.
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Men’s Health Fair: A reminder this Saturday - the Liberty-Dayton Regional Medical Center and KSHN.COM are hosting the long running men’s prostate screening clinic and men’s health fair. It’s all free and set for this Saturday, January 18, from 8 till noon at the Liberty Dayton Regional Medical Center, 1353 N. Travis in Liberty. The free men’s health fair includes both the D.R.E, or Digital Rectal Exam, and the blood test, or Prostate Specific Antigen. The prostate exam will be coupled with several other blood tests important to men’s health. Organizers of the free health fair say men over 45 years of age should get a prostate screening each year. However, the age recommendation is lowered to 40 for men who have a blood relative who has experienced prostate cancer. Experts also agree all African-American men begin getting screenings at age 40 because of a measurable higher incidence of prostate cancer for them. Results will be mailed to participants within a few days of the health fair.
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Freedom Ride: A reminder, the 5th annual Liberty ISD Educational Foundation Freedom Bike Ride, is set for Saturday February 15th. That is earlier than previous year’s events. This 2020 bike ride will feature 3 routes. They are your choice of 18, 38, or 75 miles. You can sign up by linking from our website on the front page of kshn.com. All riders receive a T-shirt, BBQ lunch and drinks. The cost is $40. Registration for this year LISD Freedom Bike Ride on February 15th is open now at a Cost of $40. You can link to the sign-up page from the front page of kshn.com.
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Bronco Soccer: For the Dayton Bronco varsity soccer team it was a super 1-0 team-win on the road over CE King Tuesday. King is a perennial 6A playoff team. According to Dayton Bronco Head soccer coach, Jed Garner, blood and sweat were literally left on the field. He said it was a special performance by Alfredo Mendoza. He scored the only goal with his relentless pressure. So with that the Bronco Varsity moves to a season’s record of 6-1-3. Next Dayton play’s in the Vidor Pirate Classic this weekend against Hamshire-Fannett, Hardin-Jefferson and La Porte.
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Obits: Joseph Preston (J.P.) Williams, Jr., 86 of Liberty, passed away on January 13, at home. J.P. was born in Huntsville and may be best known for his decades as a Liberty Volunteer firefighter. He is one of four generations of firefighters in his family. Visitation for J.P. Williams is today from 5-8 pm (Thursday), at Allison Funeral Service, 1101 N. Travis, Liberty, Graveside service is Friday at 11 at the Sweeney Cemetery in Sweeney, Texas.
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*Lake Release: 4,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 10.44 ASL*
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