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Daily Radiogram

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Tuesday, February 04, 2020 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 35, No. 22 Tuesday, February 4, 2020
UIL Realignments: Yesterday, Monday Morning, The University Interscholastic League- or UIL - announced football realignments for year 2020-thru-2022 in school districts across Texas. We will report only Liberty County and Chambers County High Schools. The Cleveland Indians are still 5A but have moved to the larger Class 5-A Division 1. This year Cleveland is in a big nine team district – it’s District 8- 5A including Cleveland along with College Station, Conroe Caney Creek, Lufkin, and Magnolia plus Magnolia West, New Caney, New Caney Porter, and Waller. Let’s look now at District 12-5A, Division 2. That’s an eight-team district with Dayton and Barbers Hill also with Crosby, Nederland, Port-Neches Groves, and Santa Fe from last year, and then add Humble Kingwood Park, and Texas City to make up the total of 8 teams. Turning to UIL Class 4A, District 11 Division 2. is a new seven-team district with Liberty, Hardin-Jefferson, Hamshire-Fannett, West Orange-Stark and Silsbee from last year along with newly added Bridge City and Orangefield. Now for the Class 3A District 10-Division 1 that includes Hardin, Anahuac, East Chambers, Buna, Kirbyville, and Woodville from last year and then add Tarkington. As for the Hull-Daisetta Bobcats, changes to their new UIL classification system Class 2A District 12 Division 2 that’s now a six-team district and includes Hull-Daisetta, Deweyville, Evadale, Sabine Pass, Burkeville, and High Island.
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Exterior Improvements: In October, of last year, the Liberty Community Development Corporation began a program to improve the overall appearance of downtown starting with commercial building exterior improvements. On a recent kshn.com Party Line program Liberty City Manager Tom Warner said there have been businesses who want to be a part of this improvement program. According to City Manager Warner the LCDC will match half the project cost for a maximum of $20,000 of the amount the downtown commercial building owner spends for exterior improvements. So it could equate to $40,000 in improvements to the exterior of the building. For more information on this LCDC improvement project contact Assistant City Manager Chris Jarman at (936) 334-7118.
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Liberty Soccer: Word from Liberty head soccer coach Joe Roberts indicates that the Panthers finished their non-district soccer season with a resounding victory. That was last Friday as Liberty pounded New Waverly 8-0. Scoring went like this- Panther Jaime Lopez led scoring with a whopping four goals. As the Panthers close the first chapter of the 2020 season, here are a few non-district stats: Liberty has 10 wins versus 5 losses. So far Liberty has scored 50 goals versus 9 goals allowed. 8 of those 10 victories have been shut out wins. Liberty is off today, then open district in 21-4A Soccer action at home versus Huffman on Friday. The JV play at 5, varsity at 7 pm. Lady Panthers begin district 21-4A action on the road in Huffman at 6 Friday.
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SRTS: In October of last year we reported on a $2.7 million grant approved for Dayton from the Safe Routes to School Program for sidewalks. SRTS is a federal program managed by the Texas Department of Transportation. In the past 12 days the City of Dayton has received two additional grants for sidewalks. The first grant for $350,000 from the Texas Department of Agriculture for sidewalks in downtown Dayton. The second is $448,000, from the Texas Department of Transportation for phase two of the Safe Routes to School project.
*Lake Release: 7,000 CFS–Liberty Bridge: 13.16 ASL*
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