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April 2011

VOLUME 26, NO. 80 FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 2011

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Redistricting: The Texas House passed its version of a redistricting plan around 3 a.m. Thursday. State Rep. John Otto of Dayton said the Texas House plan now goes to the state senate for approval and then moves to Governor Rick Perry’s desk for his signature. Rep. Otto said the house approved redistricting map combines Liberty County with all of San Jacinto and Walker counties. That change means the local lawmaker would represent about 169,000 residents. Once a final plan is in place, State Representative John Otto said he expects legal challenges to follow.

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Early Voting: Early voting for the May 14th city and school board elections starts on Monday and continues weekdays through Tuesday May 10th.  The Liberty school district is holding a $5.9 million bond election. Early Voting is at the LISD Administration offices next Mon. – Fri. from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with extended hours May 9th and 10th from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.

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MRCC Tourney: The 58th annual Magnolia Ridge Country Club Invitational Golf Tournament is in Liberty May 12th through 15th.  Most who attend may not be playing golf, but are what is called sponsors.  That allows the attendee to watch the golf while enjoying food and drinks for four days. That’s $75 per sponsor or $25 for kids 12 and under.  That one ticket gets the sponsor into everything except for golf play itself. For more information call Magnolia Ridge Country Club at 936-336-3551.

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Methodist Church Service Time: Beginning this Sunday, services at the First United Methodist Church in Liberty will move to one time, at 10 a.m. Methodist Church Pastor Jay Barnes said this Sunday they will have a special breakfast at 8:30 in the fellowship hall. Sunday school had to be moved to 9 a.m. because of the other changes, and then the one worship service will be at its new time of 10 a.m. with the radio broadcast at 11 a.m.

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Obituaries: Johnnie Faye Morgan Thomas, 59 of Silsbee. Services tomorrow at 10 a.m. in the Faith Christian Center of Silsbee. Alandra Yvonne Arceneaux Freeman, 43 of Ames. Services tomorrow at 11 a.m. in Mt. Rose Missionary Baptist Church in Liberty.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.72 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26, NO. 79 THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 2011

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Suspected Bank Robber in Custody: Dayton Police report David Glenn Manuel, 38 of Dayton, and the suspect in the robbery of Security State Bank in Dayton in early April, is in police custody in Panama City Florida. According to police, he was arrested in Florida early Wednesday morning by the US Marshals Service in connection with the robbery of a credit union in Florida.  In addition to the bank robbery in Florida and in Dayton, David Glenn Manuel is suspected in the robbery of two Houston area banks as well. Dayton Police say with the many charges he faces, there is no way to determine when David Manuel would be returned to Texas to faces charges.

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ClevelandPD: Cleveland police have recovered stolen property estimated to be worth several thousand dollars.  Assistant Police Chief Darrel Broussard said police located the property in a storage building off FM 1010. The items had been reported stolen from a number of mini storage buildings in the Cleveland and Splendora area. The stolen property recovered included antique home furniture, appliances, tool boxes, lawn equipment, commercial plumbing equipment and a car-hauler trailer reportedly stolen from the Tarkington area. Cleveland Assistant Police Chief Darrel Broussard said no charges have been filed, but subjects of interest have been identified. The case is ongoing, and anyone with information is asked to call the Cleveland Police Department at 281-592-2622 or 281-592-0800.

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LibertyCity Council: Liberty City Council met Tuesday night and handled a few items of routine business as well as held a workshop session.  Council approved extending their group life insurance with Mutual of Omaha for an additional year, and agreed to stay with their self funded group dental and medical insurance program through the Texas Municipal League. In the workshop, council heard a proposal from K & K Towing of Liberty to allow them to do all the towing for the Liberty Police Department.  Council could take no action on the proposal but instructed management to gather additional information.

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KidfishReminder: This Saturday from 9 to noon, the annual Kidfish, sponsored locally by BJ Ford and Wal-Mart, will be held at the Liberty Municipal Park.  Everyone age 16 and under is welcome. For information call 336-2215.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.76 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26, NO. 78 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 2011

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DaytonCity Council: Dayton City Council held a rare Monday morning meeting, and approved two items relating to the Dayton Community Development Corporation. One was a contract with The Retail Coach regarding the development of a detailed trade area analysis study.  Cost of the study is $24,000.  In other action, Dayton City Council approved an economic development training session that would involve City Manager David Douglas, the new mayor and council, and the full DCDC board.  The session will be after the May 14th elections.

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Commissioners Court: At their Tuesday meeting, Liberty County Commissioners again, on the advice of County Fire Marshall Jim Wilson, extended the ban against outdoor burning in the unincorporated areas of Liberty County.  Currently the Keetch-Byram drought index indicates the county remains in the 600-700 range, which is a drought measurement.  That is not far off the very highest level of 700-800. In other action, commissioners heard from County Auditor Harold Seay that currently the county is on track to be some $400 - $500,000 dollars above the budget for the year for housing prisoners in the county owned but privately run Liberty County Jail.

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Lady Bronco’s Softball: It took Baytown Lee 14 innings, but they finally defeated the Dayton Lady Bronco’s 5-4 on Monday night. That puts the Dayton girls’ softball team in third place in the district. The Lady Bronco’s will play the Nederland Lady Bulldogs Friday night at 7. in Nederland in the first of a best of three series. The second of that series will be played in Dayton Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. with the third if needed immediately following that Saturday afternoon game.  KSHN radio will broadcast the games live starting this Friday night in Nederland.  Pre-game takes to the air just before 7 p.m.

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DaytonBirthday: The City of Dayton is hosting its own 100th birthday party this Saturday afternoon on the grounds of the Dayton Community Center. There will be hot dogs, drinks, cake and ice cream. Add in a mix of live music and historical displays presented by the Dayton Old School and the Rosenwald School Museums. It’s a relaxed picnic type event, open to all.  Bring a lawn chair, blanket and your family and friends. That’s this Saturday from 2 – 6 p.m. There is no charge.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.72 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26, NO. 77 TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 2011

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Most Wanted: Liberty County Sheriff’s Department has nabbed another of its Ten Most Wanted – this time it’s Rionel Semien who was taken into custody Easter Sunday in Dayton following an anonymous tip. Sheriffs Captain Rex Evans said Rionel Semien was wanted for parole violation and revocation of community supervision related to possession of a controlled substance. Captain Evans reminded area residents that the sheriff’s department updates its 10 Most Wanted every Monday.  You can view that list on the sheriff’s website. Go to www.kshn.com and click next to the sheriff’s patch.

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Library Kids Programs: The Liberty Municipal Library has a little something for virtually everyone. Library cards for full access to the services are free for any resident of the state of Texas.  There are public access computers, movies to check out and over 45,000 books.  In addition to what you may expect, the Liberty library has two very popular children’s reading programs. Wednesday morning it’s “Story Time” and on Thursdays, “Babies and Books”. For information on the children’s programs or any of the other services they offer at the Liberty library, call 336-8901.

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P.A.D.: Peripheral Arterial Disease, according to cardiovascular medicine specialist Dr. Charlie Gnaim, is one of the most under-diagnosed diseases in the country. The Houston doctor said P.A.D. or blockages in the arteries, specifically in the legs, often causes symptoms that folks blame on the aging process such as fatigue, heaviness, and cramping in the legs.  He says, often Restless Leg Syndrome is a result of blockages in the arteries of the legs. According to the specialist, a simple sonogram is all it takes to check for P.A.D. Dr. Gnaim and his team have begun seeing patients in Dayton at the Marshall Family Health Clinic. For information on scheduling an appointment, call 257-1102.

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Elks Lodge Cook-Off: Get out your cooking pits, the Liberty Elks Lodge is hosting its Rick Humber Memorial Steak and Fajita Cook-Off this Saturday. All funds will benefit the physically and mentally challenged in our area.  Organizers say entry for the steak cook-off is $50 with all meat provided by Elks Lodge.  The fajita entry is $15, with teams providing their own meat. For information, call 281-381-2381 or 936-298-1721.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.68 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26, NO. 76 MONDAY, APRIL 25, 2011

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Wildfire Danger: Wildfires continue to rage across Texas as more than 1.8 million acres have burned statewide. Texas Forest Service reports the fire danger in Liberty County is very high. With that in mind, officials are reminding residents of the burn bans in place for both Liberty and Chambers counties. A violation is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine up to $500.

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Animal Cruelty: Two Daisetta residents have been charged with animal cruelty and neglect. The Houston office of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was in Liberty County on Friday. Sheriff’s Captain Rex Evans said SPCA investigators asked for assistance from the sheriff’s department and Daisetta police. Officials reportedly found three horses with injuries and dogs in need of care. Those charged with that Class A misdemeanor are William Cook, 34, and Jennifer Cook, 57.

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Theft Ring: The investigation into what is described as a major local crime ring continues. Sheriff’s Captain Rex Evans said they have uncovered evidence of organized criminal activity involving the theft of vehicles and copper at a home on C.R. 3431 in the Plum Grove Area. Seven suspects are now in custody with more arrests possible. Anyone with information is asked to call the sheriff’s office at 936-336-4500.

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Easter Egg Hunt: There was a large crowd gathered Saturday for the 28th Annual KSHN Easter Egg Hunt in Liberty Municipal Park. Kids, 9 and under, enjoyed picking up the nearly 5,000 candy-filled plastic eggs plus the more than 90 prize eggs. Then, there were three grand prize eggs. Brittney Landrum, age 6 of Tarkington, was the first grand prize winner in line. She picked a new ride bike and helmet. The next big winner was Angelica Jimenez, also 6. That San Jacinto Elementary student chose the big red State Farm wagon provided by Victor Barranco. The third grand prize went to Michael McCartney, 9, of Hardin who also rode away with a new bike and helmet. A special thanks to Boys Scouts from Troop 64 in Dayton and city staff that helped get the hunt area ready. Also, a big tip of the hat to all the sponsors who make this annual Easter Egg hunt possible.

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Obituaries: Earnest O. Stringer, 81, of Hull. Service is 10 a.m. Tuesday at Allison Funeral Service in Liberty.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.57 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26, NO. 75 FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 2011

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Bellamy Scholarships: Four south Liberty County graduating seniors have been awarded Bellamy Scholarships totaling $40,000 while a former Dayton High student will receive another $4,000 from the trust fund. FLNB, as trustee of the Dr. Richard C. and Esther Bellamy Education Trust, made that announcement yesterday.  A Bellamy Scholarship totaling $10,000 was awarded to Hardin Senior Ashley Renee Barham. Dayton’s recipient is Kaylan Rene Cooper. Hull-Daisetta senior Katelyn Ciera McCreight also received at $10,000 scholarship the fourth Bellamy Scholar is Alyson Francoise Semien of Liberty High School. Then the Bellamy Scholarship committee awarded $4,000 to Randi Kay Riley, who will graduate from Texas A&M University in May. She has been accepted to the University of Texas Medical School at Galveston.

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LHS: Of 144 Houston area high schools, Liberty High school was ranked 62.  That according to a report printed in the Houston Chronicle newspaper last weekend, and picked up on by the Liberty High online newspaper called Fire Wire.

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Dayton Easter Celebration: Tomorrow, starting at 10 a.m. the Dayton Senior Center along with First Baptist Church of Dayton, Eastgate and Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, will host an all day Easter Celebration on the grounds of the Dayton Community Center.  The event will include outside Christian concert with local talent, singers, and praise dancers.  The Easter Bunny will be there for pictures. There will be face painting, Easter train, horse shoes and ring toss, and food for sale by the Hwy 321 Volunteer Fire Department. At 11 a.m. there will be an Easter egg hunt with over 5000 Easter eggs.  Organizers are urging the community to bring law chairs or blankets and have a wonderful day.

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Closed: The Liberty County Courthouse and all city offices in Liberty, Dayton and Cleveland are closed today for the Good Friday Holiday. Waste Management garbage service will run as scheduled.  All banks and post offices will be open regular hours today.

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Obituaries: Milburn Campbell, 73 of Liberty. Services Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Sterling Funeral Home in Dayton.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.57 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26, NO. 74 THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 2011

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Drought Conditions Worsen: As wildfire rage across most of Texas, locally a burn ban remains in effect for both Liberty and Chambers Counties.  In addition to the high fire risk, the ongoing drought conditions, now thought to be the worst since the early 1900’s, risk the health of trees.  Local Agricultural Agent Ron Holcomb said home owners should water trees with a soaker hose, for several hours early in the mornings.  He said using a water timer system will do the job without you having to get up at 3 a.m.  Timer systems for watering are available locally at many of the building centers in both Liberty and Dayton. 

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LISD: The Liberty School Board of Trustees Tuesday night approved a resolution calling on Texas lawmakers to make education a priority when setting the state’s biennial budget. The resolution is part of a broader Texas Association of School Boards campaign designed to persuade state legislators to protect current funding levels for the coming two years. Board President Lloyd Pierce concluded by saying LISD Trustees applaud and join efforts statewide calling on lawmakers to protect the pursuit of quality education for all children.

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Chop Shop Busted: A major crime ring may have been taken down. Seven suspects are in custody, suspected of being part of an organized auto/copper theft ring. Liberty County Sheriff’s Public Information Officer Rex Evans said it was Tuesday evening, when Liberty County Sheriffs Office Investigators, County Constables from pct. #5 and #6, the Department of Public Safety and the Montgomery Co. Constable Pct. #4 were involved in a raid in the Plum Grove area. Captain Evans said located were two recently stolen trucks, numerous stolen auto parts, stolen wheels and tires along with a copper melting operation.

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DISD: Tuesday night, Dayton School Trustees announced there would be no layoffs in the Dayton School District for the new school year.

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Obituaries: Dorothy Jean Webb, 75 of Liberty. Services tomorrow at 10 a.m. at Mount Rose Missionary Baptist Church in Liberty. Ethel Mae Ozan. Services Saturday 1:30 p.m. at Berean Tabernacle Baptist Church in Liberty.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.56 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26, NO. 73 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 2011

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Swimmers Found: The search for two Liberty men, missing in the Trinity River since Saturday evening, has ended. Liberty Fire Chief Fred Collins said searchers located the body of 43-year-old Ruben Rivera shortly after 8 a.m. Tuesday. Rivera was found about ¾ of a mile south of the Trinity River Bridge. The other drowning victim, Manual De Jesus Aguilar, 29, was recovered Monday afternoon. The two men disappeared while swimming near the river bridge in Liberty. JP #1 Bobby Rader has ordered autopsies performed.     

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Dayton City Council: The Dayton City Council voted Monday night to reject all bids received on the planned redo of Winfree Street from FM 1008 to Lawrence St. City Manager David Douglas said all the bids were thousands of dollars higher than the amount budgeted for the project, possibly due to rising fuel costs. At their city manager’s urging, council voted to go back and try to find ways to trim costs on the work. As reported, the plan is to completely tear up Winfree, replace all storm sewers and water lines then resurface the street.  

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Kidfish: The always-popular annual Kidfish is coming up Saturday, April 30th, 9 to noon at the Liberty Municipal Park. Sponsored locally by B. J. Ford and Wal-mart, Kidfish is free to all kids 16 and younger. Those who wish can raise money for the Kidfish Program, but there is no cost to come and fish. For more information, call B. J. Ford at 936-336-2215.  

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Administrative Professionals: The Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce Administrative Professional’s Luncheon is next Wednesday at noon in Liberty Center at Liberty City Hall.Lunch is provided by Linda’s Catering for $13 per person and a drawing will be held for lots of great prizes donated by local merchants and individuals. Call 936-336-5736 to make reservations. ****************************************************

Obituaries: Charli Rae Gore, 15, of Dayton, Services at 2 p.m. Thursday at Faith and Family Funeral Services in Batson. Renee Davis Reisch, 44, formerly of Liberty, Services at 11 a.m. Thursday at Chaddick Funeral Home, Deridder, LA. Helen Rhoads Carouthers, 88 of Daisetta, Services at 2 p.m. today at Faith and Family Funeral Services.    

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.51 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26 NO. 72 TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 2011

Liberty County Employment: The U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics reports the average wage across America is $870 per week. That is as of the latest reporting period in the third quarter of 2010. Texas faired a little better, earning an average weekly paycheck of $876, however, in Liberty County, the average weekly wage is 23.85 percent below the statewide figure, at $667. Comparing average weekly wages in Liberty County to the seven counties that border it, local numbers are still among the worst. The lowest in that group is San Jacinto County with an average of $564. Others in the bottom half are Hardin County at $645, Polk County at $641. At the top is Montgomery County at $808 average weekly pay.

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Search Continues: The body of one the two Liberty men missing after trying to swim across the Trinity River Saturday afternoon was recovered around 3:30 yesterday afternoon. The body of Manuel De Jesus Aguilar was identified by some jewelry he was wearing. The City of Liberty Fire Department as well as Texas Equusearch from Houston, Texas Game Wardens and a Montgomery County Constables office continue to search for Ruben Rivera.

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KSHN Easter Egg Hunt: The 28th Annual Shine All Nine Easter Egg Hunt at the Liberty City Park is this Saturday starting at 10 a.m., but get there early to get a good parking spot. There will be over 5,000 candy Easter eggs, 90 prize eggs and 3 grand prize eggs. Keep your radio tuned to KSHN 99.9 fm for instructions.

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Federal Drought Loans: Farmers should be aware that the Farm Service Agency is accepting farm loan applications due to damage and losses caused by drought from March 1st to December of this year. USDA Farm Loan Manager Tim Respondek asks farmers who might need these emergency loans, from Liberty, Chambers and Hardin Counties, submit applications as soon as possible. For information call the USDA Farm Service Agency at 979-865-3138 ext. 2.

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Obituaries: Ben Lamar “Buddy” Bean, 80of Dayton. Services today 2 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Dayton. Dora Frances Rogers Barrow, 81. Services Thursday at 2 p.m. at Allison Funeral Service of Liberty.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.42 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26 NO. 71 MONDAY, APRIL 18, 2011

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DaytonTeen Killed: A DHS sophomore was rundown with a vehicle and killed early Saturday. Two people have been arrested in connection with her death. Liberty County Sheriff’s Captain Rex Evans identified the young victim as Charli Gore who lived south of Dayton in the area known as Indiana Ridge. She is the daughter of Charles and Candy Gore. Captain Evans said Michael Shane Linkinholker has been charged with criminally negligent homicide. Investigators indicate he left the roadway to strike Charlie Gore. Also charged in connection with the teen’s death is Cindy Nelton. She is accused of interfering with a police investigation and filing a false report. Both Linkinholker and Nelton remain in Liberty County Jail. 

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Fire Danger: Wildfires raged over the weekend in Southeast Texas and across the Lone Star State as more than half a million acres burned in the past week. Texas Forest Service officials report the fire danger forecast for Liberty and Chambers counties is in the very high range with a portion of southwest Liberty County in extreme danger of wildfires. As a result, burn bans are in place in 195 of Texas’ 254 counties. That includes both Liberty and Chambers counties. Local volunteer firefighters were kept busy over the weekend responding to illegal burns and wildfires. Local officials remind folks that burn ban violations are a Class C misdemeanor punishable by a fine up to $500.

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MuhsSentenced: Convicted murderer Shelia Gaye Muhs, 47, has been sentenced to life in prison for the May 2009 felony murder of 7-year-old Donald Coffey IV in the Westlake Subdivision, south of Dayton. That sentencing verdict was read in Judge Chap Cain’s 253rd District Courtroom shortly before 1:15 Friday afternoon. She must serve 30 years before becoming eligible for parole. Shelia Muhs already has spent two of those in Liberty County Jail awaiting trial

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Drowning Search: A search continued Sunday for two men who reportedly drowned in the Trinity River near the Hwy. 90 bridge in Liberty. The missing men are said to be Ruben Rivera, 43, and Manuel De Jesus Aguilar, 29, both of Liberty. ****************************************************

Obituaries: Buddy Bean, of Dayton. Services pending with Pace-Stancil, Dayton.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.33 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26 NO. 70 FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 2011

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Muhs Fate: Before noon yesterday, closing arguments in the murder trial of Shelia Muhs were given, and the case went to the jury. The jury deliberated around four hours before finding Shelia Muhs guiltyof felony murder in the shooting death of 7 year old Donald Coffey in May 2009.

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Appraisals Sent: The Liberty County Central Appraisal District has sent out that all important notice of appraised values to property owners in Liberty County. Carl Keller, Assistant Administrator with the C.A.D. said not everyone will get an appraisal. If the appraised value of your property goes up, or down, the owner will get an updated appraisal. If the value remains unchanged from last year, in that case no appraisal notice is sent.

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Daniel Scholarships: The largest local scholarship trust in Liberty County, the Paul Daniel Scholarship Trust, has chosen four outstanding south Liberty County graduating seniors to receive $18,500 each. This year, from Liberty High School Haili Beam. At Dayton High School the honoree is Regan Semien. At Hardin High School the honoree is Tara Jordan.  The Hull Daisetta recipient is their valedictorian, Tyler Godwin.

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Shred It: One more reminder! The City of Liberty is sponsoring another free document shredding event tomorrow starting at 9 a.m. in the Liberty City Hall parking lot. The event continues until noon, or until the truck fills up. Again it’s free and not limited to Liberty citizens.

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Obituaries: Douglas Ray Hayes, 73 of Liberty. Services tomorrow 11 a.m. at Allison Funeral Home. Robert Dalton Cannady, 61.  Services tomorrow 2 p.m. at Faith and Family Funeral Service in Batson. Vallie Marie Davis, 75 of Votaw. Memorial service will be held at a later date. Goldie Marie Abshier Murphy, 89 of Hardin. Services tomorrow at noon at Pace Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton. William Arthur Moorman Jr, 90. Services today at 10 a.m. at Allison Funeral Service in Liberty. Victor Bernard Mathis, 50 of Dayton. Services today at 1 p.m. at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church of Dayton. Francis Marion Shanks, 59 of Dayton. Graveside services Sunday 2 p.m. at Linney Cemetery in Dayton.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.53 ASL*

 

 

VOLUME 26 NO. 70 FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 2011

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Muhs Fate: Before noon yesterday, closing arguments in the murder trial of Shelia Muhs were given, and the case went to the jury. As of 4:30 p.m. yesterday, the jury had not yet reached a verdict. Shelia Muhs is accused of shooting and killing 7 year old Donald Coffey in May 2009.

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Appraisals Sent: The Liberty County Central Appraisal District has sent out that all important notice of appraised values to property owners in Liberty County. Carl Keller, Assistant Administrator with the C.A.D. said not everyone will get an appraisal. If the appraised value of your property goes up, or down, the owner will get an updated appraisal. If the value remains unchanged from last year, in that case no appraisal notice is sent.

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Daniel Scholarships: The largest local scholarship trust in Liberty County, the Paul Daniel Scholarship Trust, has chosen four outstanding south Liberty County graduating seniors to receive $18,500 each. This year, from Liberty High School Haili Beam. At Dayton High School the honoree is Regan Semien. At Hardin High School the honoree is Tara Jordan.  The Hull Daisetta recipient is their valedictorian, Tyler Godwin.

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Shred It: One more reminder! The City of Liberty is sponsoring another free document shredding event tomorrow starting at 9 a.m. in the Liberty City Hall parking lot. The event continues until noon, or until the truck fills up. Again it’s free and not limited to Liberty citizens.

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Obituaries: Douglas Ray Hayes, 73 of Liberty. Services tomorrow 11 a.m. at Allison Funeral Home. Robert Dalton Cannady, 61.  Services tomorrow 2 p.m. at Faith and Family Funeral Service in Batson. Vallie Marie Davis, 75 of Votaw. Memorial service will be held at a later date. Goldie Marie Abshier Murphy, 89 of Hardin. Services tomorrow at noon at Pace Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton. William Arthur Moorman Jr, 90. Services today at 10 a.m. at Allison Funeral Service in Liberty. Victor Bernard Mathis, 50 of Dayton. Services today at 1 p.m. at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church of Dayton. Francis Marion Shanks, 59 of Dayton. Graveside services Sunday 2 p.m. at Linney Cemetery in Dayton.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.53 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26 NO. 69 THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 2011

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Boomerang Workforce: KSHN reported a few days ago that Boomerang Tubular LLC continues to grow in employees and investment with more than 450 now on the job in the giant facility in South Liberty. A survey of employee residences based on zip code show, at the time of the survey, 49 % or 204 live in Liberty County.  Another 18 live in Hardin County, 9 in Polk County, 30 more from Chambers County, 53 travel here from Montgomery County.  10 employees come all the way from Fort Bend County, 8 fromSanJacinto County and then second only to Liberty County there are 79 driving here from Harris County. Other Texas counties with Boomerang staff include Brazoria, Cass, Galveston, Jefferson, Tarrant, Trinity and Walker. The information was secured by Liberty City Manager Gary Broz.

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LISD Staff Cuts: You’ve heard a lot about school staff reductions.  Liberty ISD Trustees eliminated four staff positions Tuesday after not enough school employees resigned or retired on their own accord.  LISD Administrators said these decisions are required because of an expected decrease in state funding to LISD of at least $1.4 million. With these four, the total number of staff reductions through retirements, resignations and forced cuts stand at 20 for the next 2011-2012 school year.

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Social Security Contact Stations: Very soon the popular Social Security contact stations here in Liberty and in Anahuac will be cut back on their frequency and then in a few months, be terminated permanently. This is all about national budget reductions by the federal government. There will not be a visit to Liberty in May. Then the Social Security staff will be here at the Liberty Center June and then no visit in July.  The final contact station visit in Liberty before permanent termination is August 10. In Anahuac, they will have only one more visit before the contact stations end.  The final visit there will be June 13.

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Obituaries: Howard A. Ash, 75 ofDayton. Services tomorrow at 10 a.m. at Sterling Funeral Home in Dayton. Emily Mills, 94 of Rockport. Graveside services Saturday 2 p.m. in Anahuac Cemetery. Emma Jean Pittman Lockhart, 76 of Dayton. Services tomorrow 10 a.m. at Praise Tabernacle of Dayton. Katie “Sandi” Walker, 50 of Anahuac. Services today 3 p.m. at Sterling Funeral Home of Anahuac.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.56 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26 NO. 68 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 2011

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Burn Ban: Liberty County Commissioners extended the countywide burn ban Tuesday morning with a unanimous vote. That came after Liberty County Fire Marshal Jim Wilson recommended a continuation of the months-long ban because of local drought conditions. County Judge Craig McNair said the county has received a letter from Texas Gov. Rick Perry reporting conditions across the Lone Star State are getting worse, not better. As of yesterday, 188 out of 254 Texas counties had burn bans in effect. That includes Liberty, Chambers, Hardin, San Jacinto and Tyler counties here in Southeast Texas.

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DaytonOle Tyme Days: The 19th Annual Dayton Ole Tyme Days festival is this Friday through Sunday at the Dayton Community Center on South Cleveland Street. There will be a carnival plus arts and crafts booths Friday through Sunday. There is a dance featuring Cody Kouba Friday from 8 p.m. to midnight and another dance Saturday night with the Jonathan Mitchell Band. Saturday is filled with a Junior Chili Cookoff, a BBQ Cookoff, a car show and much more. Discount carnival armbands are available Friday from 6 to 10 a.m. and Saturday and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.

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MuhsTrial: Testimony began yesterday in the murder trial of Shelia Gaye Muhs. The 47-year-old Liberty County woman is being tried before 253rd District Judge Chap Cain for the murder of 7-year-old Donald Coffee IV and the attempted murder of seven others. Prosecution began their case Tuesday by calling Liberty County Sheriff’s Deputy James Hopson. He was the first to arrive at the location south of Dayton where the young boy died. His fellow deputy, Chris Ungles, took the stand next. Then, the dead boys’ father – Donald Coffee III – testified. Testimony is set to continue today in Judge Cain’s first floor courtroom.

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Shred It: The next opportunity to have your sensitive records and documents professionally shredded for free is this Saturday. The City of Liberty is sponsoring its “Shred It” event for Earth Day in the city hall parking lot from 9 a.m. to noon, or until the truck fills up. For information, call the city at 936-336-3684.

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Obituaries: Billy Jack Dinsmore, 77, of Crosby, formerly of Dayton. Service 10 a.m. Thursday at Pace-Stancil in Dayton.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.65 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26 NO. 67 TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2011

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Bank Robbery Suspect: Dayton Police have issued an arrest warrant for David Glen Manuel, 38, of Kenefick as the only suspect in last Tuesday’s Dayton State Bank robbery.  Manuel is currently on parole for several other bank robberies. He is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call Dayton Police at 936-258-7621.  

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Muhs Trial Begins: Jury selection ended yesterday in the trial of Sheila Gaye Muhs. The 47-year-old is charged - along with her husband - with murder and seven separate counts of attempted murder. The Moss Bluff woman is accused of opening fire with a shotgun on two vehicles on the night of May 7, 2009.  Donald R. Coffey IV, age seven, was killed by shotgun blasts and three others were wounded. Testimony is expected to begin today before 253rd District Judge Chap Cain and a jury made up of seven women and five men.  

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How Dry It Is: A few showers here and there, every week or so, has not been enough to alleviate dry conditions in Liberty County and in most other parts of Texas. The rain gauge in Liberty has recorded 5.76 inches of rain so far in 2011. That is less than half the amount of rain received in 2009 during the same period and only slightly more than half the amount received January through mid-April 2010. 

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Theft Arrest: Two Daisetta brothers, - Anson T. Trahan, 25, and John R. Trahan, 26 - were both arrested and charged with theft Friday.  Liberty police say they were confronted by an employee of the company that owns an oil well on Texaco Road in Liberty as they were in the process of taking scrap metal and copper wire. The pair fled but ran their vehicle into a tree. Then, they ran into the woods toward the Trinity River. Police say they were quickly taken into custody.

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Boomerang Correction: In yesterday’s Radiogram, we incorrectly reported the amount of money Boomerang Tube has invested into its 500,000-square-foot facility. That correct amount is $250 million. We regret the error.

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Obituaries: Marietta Willis, 103, of Liberty. Service is 2 p.m. Wednesday at Brookside Funeral Home in Houston.

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VOLUME 26 NO.66 MONDAY, APRIL 11, 2011

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Boomerang Tube: Boomerang Tube of Liberty is up and running after investing more than $250 million in a 500,000- square-foot facility on FM 3361 in Liberty. Now, the economic impact of that state-of-the-art oilfield pipe production company is beginning to be felt. Liberty City Manager Gary Broz said the company paid more than $140,000 in just its local share of sales taxes for March. Boomerang Tube also is employing about 450 people here locally. That is 100 more workers than company officials originally projected.

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Voter Registration: The deadline for registering to vote in the upcoming May 14 city and school elections is this Thursday. Liberty County Voter Registrar Mark McClelland reminds those, who are not already registered to vote, that voter registration applications must be postmarked by Thursday or turned into his office at the Liberty Courthouse or Cleveland Annex by 5 p.m. Thursday. For information, call 936-336-8683.

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Apartments for Seniors: The new Trinity Garden Apartment Homes on Panther Lane in Liberty will be ready for occupancy in early May. Trinity Garden is only for seniors, age 55 plus, with income restrictions. The annual income guideline for one person is $22,800 or less. For two, their total income can not exceed $26,000 per year. Trinity Garden offers both one and two bedroom units for $580 and $700 a month, respectivley. Pre-applications at the Senior Center on Panther Lane. Fax or mail the completed form. For information, call 1-888-790-8871.  

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Candlelight Vigil: The annual Candlelight Vigil honoring victims of crime and child abuse is tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. in the Liberty Center at City Hall. Liberty County District Attorney Mike Little said the purpose of the vigil is to honor victims of crime, their families and those who serve them. It also commemorates April’s Child Abuse Prevention Month. For information, call Kathy Lowe at 936-336-4611.

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Obituaries: Lawrence B. McMurtry, 58, of Hardin. Service is 2 p.m. today at Pace-Stancil - Dayton. WildaMarie Chambliss Jett, 92, of Liberty. Service 2 p.m. today at First Baptist Church of Liberty (AFS). Larry Joe Griffith, 64, of Navasota. Service is 10 a.m. tomorrow at Pace-Stancil - Dayton.

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VOLUME 26 NO. 65 FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 2011

Hurricane Predictions: The start of the Atlantic hurricane season is about two months away, but forecasters already are issuing predictions for an above average season. Researchers at Colorado State University released their annual report for 2011 on Wednesday. It predicts 16 named storms. Of those, 9 are expected to become hurricanes with five reaching Category 3 or higher on the Saffir-Simpson Scale. The 50-year average is lower at 9.6 named storms and 2.3 major hurricanes a year. Hurricane season begins June 1 and runs through November 30. It’s never too early to prepare. For helpful tips, supply lists and emergency information, go to our website at www.kshn.com and click on the tab for disaster preparation and survival.

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City of Dayton Phones: Dayton City Council has approved a major telephone system upgrade for both Dayton City Hall and the nearby police station. City Manager David Douglas says the police department’s phones are 12 to 15 years old while phones at City Hall are nearly that old. Dayton council approved a proposal from Datavox, a Houston-based communications company, to install the new phone system plus complete all necessary upgrades and networking. Their proposal was for $35,654. The entire project should be completed in 30 days.

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Missing Woman: Cleveland police are asking for the public’s help to locate a missing woman, 26-year-old Veronica Anne Rodriguez. Cleveland Assistant Chief Darrel Broussard says they have no reason to suspect foul play, but family members are concerned. Ms. Rodriguez is described as a Native American, 5’6”, 130 pounds with brown hair and eyes. She was last seen in the city of Cleveland on March 25 wearing blue jeans, a purple spaghetti strap shirt and white tennis shoes. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Veronica Rodriguez, 26, is asked to call Cleveland PD at 281-592-2622.

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Dayton Ole Tyme Days: The 19th Annual Dayton Ole Tyme Days festival is Friday, Saturday and Sunday April 15th through the 17th. The event is held on the grounds of the Dayton Civic Center. The event has something for everyone, with proceeds to benefit the youth scholarship fund. Enjoy a carnival, arts and crafts booths, photo contest, and more.  There will also be entertainment and an antique tractor show. To find out more, go to www.kshn.com and click on the Ole Tyme Days Link.  

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VOLUME 26 NO. 64 THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 2011

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Bank Robbery: Dayton Police report they are continuing to run down leads in the Tuesday afternoon bank robbery of Security State Bank, however, there is little more information to report. KSHN radio has learned there may have been an attempt to divert police to another location. An unknown person placed a 9-1-1 call from a payphone outside a convenience store several blocks away, keeping the line open long enough for police to respond. While at that location, police learned of the bank robbery at Security State Bank. While not confirmed by police that it was a decoy, it seems as if it may be a possibility.

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Muhs Trial: Jury selection is scheduled to begin Monday in the trial of Shelia Muhs. Sheila Gaye Muhs, age 47 is accused, along with her husband Gayle Euegene Muhs, of the shooting death of 7 year old Donald Coffey IV, in May 2009. Investigators say she opened fire with a shotgun on a group of people inside two vehicles in the Westlake area, killing the 7 year old boy. Sheila Muhs will be tried on one count of murder and seven separate counts of attempted murder. The trial will be in Judge Chap Cain’s 253rd District Court.

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Sexual Assault Arrest: A Liberty County man, Edmundo Garcia, is in jail for aggravated sexual assault of a child. Records show the 40 year old man was indicted in March for that charge. Liberty County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer Captain Rex Evans said Garcia and several other adults were charged in connection with providing alcohol and drugs to minors for sex. The sheriff’s spokesman said Mr. Garcia would then video record those acts involving minors.

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Extension to Pay: Most know that extensions are available for filing federal income tax returns. However, the rule has always been that while you can get an extension to file, you could not get an extension to pay.  Liberty Certified Public Accountant Byron Swaim said for some, you can now do both. A form is available to request a temporary six-month extension to pay your federal income tax. That is, if you can show good cause as to why you are unable to pay by the April 15 deadline. Also, an extension to pay does not automatically include an extension to file. If you want both, you have to file separate paperwork for each extension.

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VOLUME 26 NO. 63 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 2011

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Bank Robbery: It was just after 12:30 yesterday afternoon when Security State Bank in Dayton was robbed. According to Dayton police, the suspect claimed to have a gun. He is said to be a clean-cut, white male in his 30’s or 40’s. He was driving an Impala-style, four-door sedan, silver in color. The suspect was wearing a dark-colored shirt, baseball cap and jeans. Anyone with information is asked to call Dayton police at 936-258-7621.

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Stabbing: A stabbing victim found in Liberty was taken by air ambulance to a Houston hospital early Tuesday. Liberty County Sheriff’s Public Information Officer Captain Rex Evans said the victim, 27-year-old Kevin Morgan, was uncooperative with law enforcement and appeared to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Captain Evans said they believe the stabbing incident itself occurred in an Ames area night club known as the C C Club. The victim somehow made his way to the Park Place Apartments in Liberty where police and an ambulance were called. Anyone with information is asked to the Liberty County Sheriffs Department at 936-336-4500.

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Manslaughter: A Cleveland man, 27-year-old Robert Benjamin Foxworth, is charged with manslaughter in connection with a hit-and-run accident that claimed the life of 26-year-old Katie Moore. That auto-pedestrian collision happened on S.H. 105 in July 2010. At the time, Cleveland Police Chief Mark Bradshaw confirmed the individual who was apparently driving the vehicle, Robert Foxworth, is the son of a Cleveland PD civilian employee. According to court records, Robert Foxworth was indicted on March 2 and arrested on March 14. 75th District Court Judge Mark Morefield set bail at $25,000. At this time Foxworth is free on bond. A civil case filed by the victim’s survivors back in August 2010 is ongoing.

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Business Expo: The Liberty-Dayton Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Business Expo is this Thursday from noon to 4 p.m. at Liberty Center. Admission is free. For info, call 936-336-5736.

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Obituaries: Laura Nell Blanchard, 68 of Batson. Services tomorrow 2 p.m. at Faith and Family Funeral Home in Batson. Glenn F. Teller, 77 of Dayton. Services Friday 11 a.m. at Pace Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton.

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VOLUME 26 NO. 62 TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 2011

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Cleveland Group Court Date: All fourteen adult men charged in the gang rape of an 11 year old Cleveland girl were in court yesterday in Liberty.  Of those who appeared before 75th District Judge Mark Morefield, they range in age 17 to 27 years old. The juveniles are handled through the juvenile court system. 75th District Court Judge Mark Morefield scheduled most of the accused adults to appear on his court docket again on July 6.  Their lawyers were told to file any pre-trial motions before that date. Judge Morefield told the defendants and their lawyers that he wants to handle this matter expeditiously, with trials to begin as early as July 25.

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Relay for Life: The 11th Annual Cancer Society Relay for Life is history and according to event Treasurer Sandra Sterling, the dollars were slightly off this year. Mrs. Sterling said more money is still coming in, the silent auction has yet to be totaled, and still $69,486 is in hand. Sandra Sterling said the silent auction will be about $2500 and that will be added on and some more team money is expected. Last year the numbers reached nearly $80,000. To date, the money raised by the South Liberty County Relay for Life has reached better than $800,000.

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New Industry?: Commissioner Precinct 4 Norman Brown recently spoke to the Dayton Rotary Club giving a tid bit of interesting information about a possible new industry coming to Liberty County. Further checking by KSHN Radio indicates the company is likely to be British Petroleum, better known as BP. While nothing is finalized, the company is said to have invested a lot of time and money into learning more about Liberty County, plant sites and dealing with farmers that might grow and sell the raw materials the biofuel production effort might require.

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Houston Leaders Speak Out: Racially charged comments by the Houston Activist Quanell X at a town hall meeting held in Cleveland last month made it clear he and others laid the responsibility for the alleged assault of an 11 year old girl at the hands of some 19 men and juveniles on the parents of the child victim and on the child herself. Deric Muhammad, of the Church of Islam was critical of the comments made by Quanell X.  On KTRK in Houston the Houston activist said no 11 year old child is responsible for the suffering such an assault has caused.

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VOLUME 26 NO. 61 MONDAY, APRIL 4, 2011

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Local Man Dead After Shooting Officer: A Dolen man was shot and killed by Conroe police Saturday afternoon. That came after the Liberty County man reportedly wounded a Conroe policeman with a .410 shotgun. Conroe Police Sgt. James Kelemen is recovering from a gunshot pellet to the face after responding to a disturbance at a bakery Saturday. The shooter – James Richard Hill of Dolen, believed to be in his 50s – died after several other responding Conroe officers returned fire. His body was sent to the Dallas County Medical Examiner’s Office for autopsy. Conroe Police Sgt. James Kelemen, recovering at Memorial Hermann Hospital, is expected to lose his right eye.

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Fatality Accident: A Friday afternoon wreck claimed the life of a Baytown man and sent three Dayton residents to the hospital. The nearly head-on wreck occurred around 3:30 p.m. Friday on S.H. 146, about two miles south of FM 1413. JP Pct. 4 Barry Graves pronounced Jose Irizaree, 71, of Baytown dead at the scene and ordered an autopsy. Dayton Police Sgt. John Coleman said it appears that man’s vehicle drifted across the center line and struck another vehicle. That driver, Chad Fregia, 37, of Dayton along with his wife, Melissa Fregia, 42, and their two-year-old son, Bradley, were all taken by air ambulance to Memorial Hermann Hospital. Driver of a third vehicle involved in that accident was not hurt.

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Pneumonia Shots: An unusually high count of pneumonia cases here in Liberty County has prompted the State Health Department to call for pneumonia vaccinations. In conjunction with local officials, the state health department is offering 16 pneumonia clinics across Liberty County today through June. Officials say everyone needs one shot after they turn 65. Those from 19 to 64 years old with health risks need a shot every five years. There is no cost for those who qualify. Others pay $25. The first pneumonia shot clinic is today from 2 to 6 p.m. at Plum Grove City Hall. Then, tomorrow, they will be offering pneumonia vaccines from 9 a.m. to noon at Liberty City Hall. For information, call 281-592-6714.

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Obituaries: Beatrice Clements, 88, of Hardin. Service is 11 a.m. Tuesday at Allison Funeral Service.  Montie “Taysie” Krebs, 80, of Hamshire. Service 10 a.m. today at First Baptist Church of Hamshire (Broussard’s Funeral Home of Winnie).

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VOLUME 26 NO. 60 FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 2011

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Bail for Murder Suspects: 356th District Judge Britt Plunk of Hardin County has set bail at $2 million for all four suspects charged with last week’s murder in Hull. Hardin County Sheriff Ed Cain said those charged are confessed triggerman Kenney Don Stanley of Vidor, Vickie Starks Fitts of Hull, Kristopher Leigh Guidry of Humble and Tanner Lynn Bourque of Bridge City. All four remain in the Hardin County Jail.

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School Funding: Hull-Daisetta ISD Superintendent Mary Huckabay echoes the calls of other superintendents throughout Liberty County in urging citizens to let their state lawmakers know that proposed state funding cuts to education are unacceptable. The top Hull-Daisetta school administrator says her district has been making regular cuts since 2005 when the Texas Legislature changed the state’s school funding system the last time. Now, she says if the state budget must be cut to meet revenue projections, lawmakers don’t need to do that on the backs of school kids. Anyone wanting to contact state Rep. John Otto or Sen. Tommy Williams can find that contact information under the government tap at out website – www.kshn.com.

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Drive a Car for LHS: Tomorrow, the Liberty High School senior class of 2011 is teaming up with BJ Ford for the “Drive One for Liberty High School” event. It is from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the high school on Jefferson Drive. For every test drive of one of the new Ford model cars or trucks, Ford Motor Company will donate $20 to the Class of 2011 Project Graduation, up to $6,000 total. Drivers are encouraged to stop by Liberty High School and pick out the new Ford you’d like to take for a spin.  Fill out a short questionnaire, and you’re ready to go. You must be at least 18 years old and have a valid driver’s license to participate. That “Drive One for LHS” is tomorrow at Liberty High from 9-5.

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Broom and Mop Sale: The Liberty Lions Club will hold their annual Broom and Mop Sale Monday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the parking lot of Thrif-tee Food Center in Liberty. Lions Club members will be selling brooms, mops, brushes, cleaning aids and many other items for cleaning homes and businesses. These products are made by the blind and are fully guaranteed. To place an advance order, call Lion Paul Newton at 936-336-5688 or any Liberty Lions Club member.

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