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October 2011

VOLUME 26, NO. 208 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2011

Another Pot Bust: The Liberty County Sheriff’s Department is crediting a tipster with helping them locate another large marijuana growing operation in a heavily wooded area in northwest Liberty County. Captain Rex Evans said the latest find, Saturday afternoon, was off State Highway 105 and FM 1725 just outside the Cleveland city limits. On Sunday, Tarkington Volunteer Fire Department was called to destroy the more than 1,000 marijuana plants. Sheriff’s Captain Evans said authorities estimated the street value at more than $2 million.

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Traveling Memorial Wall: The Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall is coming to Crosby this weekend. The wall is a 3/5 replica of the Vietnam Memorial in Washington DC. The traveling wall arrives Thursday morning around 10. Saturday, there will be a corresponding parade starting at 10 a.m. going up FM 2100 from Crosby High School to the nearby park. There is an official opening day ceremony for the traveling wall at noon Saturday at the American Legion Post. Visitors can see the Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall 24 hours a day, but there will be people there to assist visitors from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. each day. That Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall will be set up this Thursday through Sunday at the American Legion Post on FM 2100 in Crosby.

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Fall Back: Daylight savings time comes to an end this Sunday morning at 2. So, set clocks back one hour for the return to standard time before you go to bed Saturday. Experts agree it is also a good time to check batteries in smoke detectors as well.

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Branding Iron: Dayton Police Sgt. Doug O’Quinn said  36 year old Sione Niko of Spring was traveling northbound on State Highway 146 shortly before 6 Saturday morning when he apparently fell asleep at the wheel.  Dayton police say his vehicle continued across Hwy 90 and crashed into the Branding Iron restaurant in Dayton. Co-Owner Phyllis Pierce said that collision caused enough damage to force the restaurant to close for now. She emphasizes they will re-open at some point. That date will be determined by the extent of damage and insurance.

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Obituaries: Sandra Lee Merghetti Hanes, 77 of Dayton. Memorial service Thursday at 7 p.m. at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,200 CFS - LIBERTY BRIDGE: 6.65 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26, NO. 207 MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2011

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Apartment Fire: Dayton Volunteer Fire Department battled a blaze at Cedar Ridge Apartments on North Winfree Street late Saturday morning. Dayton Fire Chief Terry Boyett said the fire started in the kitchen area of one of the apartments when the unit’s resident reportedly left French fries cooking unattended while she went to the bathroom. No injuries were reported, but one unit was heavily damaged. Dayton volunteer fireman spent more than two hours at Cedar Ridge Apartments dowsing the flames and clearing smoke from several nearby apartment units.

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Early Voting: The first week of early voting ended last Friday with 147 Liberty County voters casting an early ballot on 10 proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution. As of Friday afternoon, 52 Dayton residents had cast early ballots in that city’s special election for one spot on Dayton City Council and a non-binding resolution to place red-light cameras around that city. Early voting in both elections continues today through Friday. Election Day is Tuesday, November 8. 

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Gridiron Scores: The Dayton Broncos, under the direction of first-year Coach Jowell Hancock, punched their ticket to the playoffs for the 16th straight year Friday night with a 31-24 victory over Crosby. As for the Liberty Panthers, they most likely are out of the playoff hunt after falling to Cleveland 41-36. In other action, it was Hardin over Warren 24-18. Lovelady topped Hull-Daisetta 42-21. Splendora pounded Tarkington 49-8. Barbers Hill remains undefeated after a 42-6 win over Goose Creek Memorial.

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Correction: We recently made an error when reporting the price Liberty County paid for the old Wal-Mart building. That building was recently appraised at $1.3 million in preparation to sell it after abandoning a plan to consolidate numerous county offices and services into that one location. The county actually paid $1.8 million two years ago, but it has been badly vandalized since then that time.

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Obituaries: John Edward Gardzina, 62, of Liberty. Service is 2 p.m. Tuesday in Immaculate Conception Church. Perry Lelouis Grant, 47, of Dayton. Graveside service 10:30 a.m. today in Houston National Cemetery.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,200 CFS - LIBERTY BRIDGE: 6.75 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26, NO. 206 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011

Tax Statements: Property tax statements were mailed out earlier this week. Interim Liberty County Tax Assessor/Collector Ricky Brown said his office mailed out more than 100,000 statements on behalf of 26 taxing entities here in Liberty County.  Ricky Brown reminds taxpayers that it is in their best interest to pay property taxes on time, even if they didn’t receive a statement. Taxes are due no later than January 31, 2012. After that date, penalties, fees and interest will be incurred. If you didn’t receive your tax statement, call (936)336-4633.

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Treat Street: The City of Cleveland is again offering an alternative to trick or treating Halloween night. The annual “Treat Street” event is Monday August 31st from 6 to 8 p.m. on Crockett Street in Cleveland. It’s a free event and Cleveland City Hall’s Kim Shelton said kids can do their trick or treating in secure area. The street will be completely blocked off behind Cleveland Methodist Church from William Barnett to Roosevelt Street. There will be plenty of free treats, spooky music and live entertainment, too. Anyone who wants to set up a table or booth for trick or treaters needs to pre-register at Cleveland City Hall. You can also call (281) 592-2667.

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Bus Drivers: Last week we reported Dayton ISD has openings for bus drivers, and now, a similar report from Liberty ISD. According to Transportation Director Robert Ward Liberty School District needs school bus drivers. Call 336-7230.

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Football Week 10: It’s a key night for several local teams who have playoff hopes. Liberty, Dayton and Hull-Daisetta all need another victory to reach post season play. KSHN and www.kshn.com will broadcast both the Panthers against the Cleveland Indians at 7:30 p.m. and the Broncos against the Crosby Cougars at 7 p.m.. Online broadcasts will include the Bobcats vs. Lovelady Lions kick off 7:30, the Hardin Hornets vs. Warren Warriors kick off at 7 p.m., and the Barbers Hill Eagles vs. Goose Creek Memorial Patriots kick off at 7 p.m..

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Obituaries: Charles Thomas Soliday, 49 of Dayton. Services Saturday at 10 a.m. at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton. Robert Hobaugh Gaines, 90 of Liberty.  At his request, no services are planned. Karen Lynn Holt Lewis, 55 of Dayton. Graveside services are tomorrow at 2 p.m. in Linney Cemetery.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,200 CFS - LIBERTY BRIDGE: 6.95 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26, NO. 205 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2011

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Fatality Accident: The husband of a well known Dayton city official was killed yesterday morning in an accident on U.S. 90. We learned from Dayton City Police Sgt. Doug O’Quinn that accident was reported at 7:25 yesterday morning. A Dayton man, Charles Soliday, age 49, husband of Dayton’s City Secretary Melinda Soliday, was east bound on U.S. 90 when according to police, a pickup truck pulled from FM 1413 onto U.S. 90 and into the path of the east bound motorycycle. Charles Soliday was pronounced dead by JP #4 Barry Graves, who ordered an autopsy. The pickup was operated by Rudolfo Arce – age 35. Police Sgt. O’Quinn said any charges are pending the completion of the police investigation.

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Denim and Diamonds: Plans for a big evening are now set by the Liberty ISD Education Foundation. It is their annual foundation drive dinner and dancing as the foundation raises money to fund creative ideas for local educators to teach kids above what is funded by the annual school budget. Foundation board members ask the public to join them November 5th at 7 p.m. in Marian Hall at Immaculate Conception Church. Tickets are $50 per person or $350 for a table of eight. Tickets in advance are available at the Vindicator Newspaper on the courthouse square, FLNB also on the courthouse square, or from and Liberty ISD Foundation Director.

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Murder Trial Over: The trial of a Raywood man being tried in the shooting death of a neighbor allegedly over a land dispute has ended. District Attorney Mike Little said jurors in Judge Mark Morefield’s 75th District Court deliberated for roughly an hour Tuesday before finding Willie Stewart 61, guilty of murder. It was October last year when All Nine News reported Stewart had allegedly shot and killed 56 year old Larry Dwight Hardy on FM 2830. Information indicates the two men had been at odds over property Mr. Hardy owned that was adjacent to Stewart’s house. DA Mike Little said Willie Stewart was sentenced to life in prison, and must serve 30 years before becoming eligible for parole consideration.

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Obituaries: Karen Fern Williams, 52, of Liberty. Memorial service 7:30 p.m. today at AFH Liberty. Frank Dark, 84, of Liberty. Service 11 a.m. Friday at Liberty Church of Christ.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,200 CFS - LIBERTY BRIDGE: 6.91 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26, NO. 204 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2011

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Fatality Accident: A 47-year-old Dayton man was killed Tuesday morning when his motorcycle was struck head-on by a truck on FM 1409 at C.R. 460. Investigators said Don Goulder, also of Dayton turned his truck into the path of Perry Grant’s motorcycle. Mr. Grant was not wearing a safety helmet. He was pronounced dead by JP Pct. 4 Barry Graves. 

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Commissioners Court: Liberty County Commissioners yesterday approved payment of $3,500 to Whitestone Realty of Willis for their work in appraising the old Wal-Mart building.  The appraisal came in at just over $1.3 million. That building will now be placed for sale through a broker listing on a multiple listing service. Local government code says counties have the option on the sale of a tract of real property to sell either through a broker or at public auction. Both Liberty County Attorney Wes Hinch and County Judge Craig McNair said the property can now be marketed to a much wider area.

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Stay Away: Liberty County Sheriff’s Department is urging curious sightseers to stay away from the piece of property where a large marijuana field was discovered last week. Local, state and federal officials located a big marijuana growing and cultivating operation early last week on about 250 acres off FM 834 near Hardin. Sheriff’s Captain Rex Evans said while all of that marijuana has since been destroyed or removed, there have been a number of people who want to see it for themselves. However, according to Capt. Evans, there is nothing left to see and folks are being told to stay off that property.

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Dayton Election: Early voting is under way in the City of Dayton’s Special Election. That city’s ballot has two items – election of a council member and a non-binding resolution on red light cameras. Those running for Dayton City Council are Danny Jones and Anita Brown. Early voting is now through November 4 at Dayton City Hall.

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Obituaries: John Damek Jr, 87, formerly of Dayton. Service 11 a.m. Wednesday at PSFH Dayton. Karen Fern Williams, 52, of Liberty. Memorial service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at AFH Liberty. Tristen Javier Patton, infant. Service is 2 p.m. today at Pace-Stancil Memorial Rest Gardens.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,500 CFS - LIBERTY BRIDGE: 6.82 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26, NO. 203 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2011

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Fatality Accident: A two vehicle accident on FM 1960 Saturday morning left one man dead and set the driver to the Liberty County Jail with several charges having to do with his alleged intoxication that may have caused the wreck. The fatal wreck was on FM 1960 near the rail crossing construction site. DPS Trooper Boyd Lamb told All Nine News that Miguel Garcia-Mendez, who goes by the last name Garcia, was the driver of a pickup with three passengers. That truck was on CR 623 when, according to Trooper Lamb, it failed to yield the right of way and drove onto FM 1960 and into the path of an SUV operated by Don Durio, 53 of Dayton. Pronounced dead, by Justice of the Peace Barry Graves, was a passenger in the pickup truck, Alejandro Mendez, said to be in his 20’s.  Mr. Mendez also had a Dayton address.

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Register for Tax Breaks: For those in agriculture who traditionally get an exemption on paying sales tax on some products used in their Ag production, there are new requirements to continue claiming that sales tax exemption.  Liberty County Ag-Agent Ron Holcomb said starting January 1 2012 those Ag producers must provide a registration number issued by the Texas Comptrollers office. For the form, or more information, contact the Liberty County Agri-Life Extension Office at 334-3230.

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Sales Tax: It’s a mixed bag of local economic news, October sales tax payments to cities across Liberty County are up 10.71 percent as compared to the same month last year. However, while five of the county’s cities posted increases in sales tax revenues, the other five incorporated towns in Liberty County went down.

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L-D Chamber Lunch: The Liberty Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon is tomorrow at noon at the Liberty Center. Speakers are Bob Jamison of Dayton and Gino Venitucci, who comes to this area from Italy.  They will discuss Mr. Venitucci’s introduction of olive trees to this region. For reservation call (936)336-5736.

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Obituaries: Giannina McAllister, 83 of Liberty. Services 11 a.m. tomorrow at Allison Funeral Service in Liberty.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,500 CFS - LIBERTY BRIDGE: 6.76 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26, NO. 202 MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2011

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TVE Auction: This year’s TVE auction sales were up from last year, and it was a solid pay day for the hardworking kids from Liberty and Chambers counties. The Grand Champion Market Steer, shown by Garrett Villemez of Anahuac FFA, brought $10,000 from Campbell Fishing Tools. When Friday’s TVE Youth Livestock Auction ended, sales totaled $217,390. That is $28,000 above last year’s total. That is without add-ons, which could mean a big increase in the final auction numbers.

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Local Murder Suspect: A former Liberty resident has been charged in Harris County with two murders, and authorities there believe he may be responsible for many others. Steven Hobbs, 40, of Crosby is in Harris County Jail facing charges of capital murder, aggravated sexual assault, aggravated assault and kidnapping of women in the eastern part of Harris County. Investigators say Steven Hobbs, a private security guard, is accused of attacking at least six women – most, or all, of them prostitutes – during the last nine years. Hobbs is a former resident of Liberty and attended Liberty High School in the late 1980s. Anyone with information about these or similar attacks is asked to call Harris County sheriff’s investigators at 713-967-5810 or Crime Stoppers of Houston at 713-222-TIPS.

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Fire: A small unoccupied home on Cypress Street in Liberty was destroyed by fire Saturday, and officials believe it is most likely a case of arson. Witnesses reported seeing a white male leaving the house shortly before that blaze. The home, which was being remodeled, is owned by Richardo Perez, handyman and owner of My Little Kitchen on U.S. 90

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Football Scores: The Dayton Broncos defeated the North Forest Bulldogs 23-6 on Friday night. In other action, it was the Liberty Panthers over the Splendora Wildcats 35-21. Newton shut out Hardin 45-0. West Hardin rolled over Hull-Daisetta 57-20. Shepherd topped Tarkington 34-14. Huffman-Hargraves pounded Cleveland 49-3. Barbers Hill blasted Galena Park 47-7.

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Obituaries: Evelyn Hartzell, 82, of Liberty. Service 10 a.m. today at Pace-Stancil in Dayton. Barbara McFarland, 68, of Dayton. Service 2 p.m. today at Pace-Stancil. Shaun Edward Deloach, 46. Service 2 p.m. today at Allison Funeral Service.  

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,500 CFS - LIBERTY BRIDGE: 6.69 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26, NO. 201 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2011

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Market Steer: The animal that traditionally brings the highest price at today’s TVE Youth Livestock Auction, the Grand Champion Market Steer, was shown by Garret Villemez of Anahuac FFA. Last year’s Market Steer brought $10,500. Reserve Champion went to the steer of Cullen Sonnier of East Chambers FFA. In the Commercial Heifer category, Grand Champion honors were awarded to the heifer belonging to Rhett Wilson, Barbers Hill FFA, and the Reserve Champion was shown by Emily Neuman, East Chambers FFA. Last year’s Grand Champion commercial heifer brought $5,000. The Trinity Valley Exposition Livestock Auction gets under way this afternoon at 12:30 with auctioneer Ed Phillips.

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Fitzgerald: While it is not final until a sentencing hearing, if agreements reached Wednesday before Federal Magistrate Keith F. Giblin do hold up, all 28 charges against former Commissioner Lee Groce will be dismissed. All charges in the matters of debris cleanup against Mark Miksch, Phil Fitzgerald’s brother in law, will be dropped and then, the some 25 charges against then Liberty County Judge Phil Fitzgerald will also be dismissed, except for one. Wednesday, in open court Phil Fitzgerald pled guilty to that one remaining charge, a felony. If the plea deal is upheld, he will be required to pay a fine of $75,000 and serve 3 years federal probation. Other charges alleging fraud, theft, bribery, and kickbacks in the hurricane cleanup would be dropped. The one charge involved the use of fuel to operate a generator at the Kenefick Fire Department.

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Home Economics: Going up for sale at today’s TVE Youth Livestock Auction are some of the winners in the Home Economics Division. Darrel Noack had the Grand Champion Senior Decorated Cake. Molly Barnett earned Grand Champion honors for her Junior Decorated Cake. Grand Champion Sr. Food award goes to Ryan Lloyd, Grand Champion Junior Foods was won by Fallon Hanks. Other home economics winners making today’s sale are Mikayla Mayes with her Grand Champion Pie. The Grand Champion Bread belongs to Jonathan Duty. These items make it into today’s big sale.

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Obituaries: SistersNila Fay Webb Simmons, 82 and Shirley Ann Sowell, 79,both of Dayton. Services today 10 a.m. at First Baptist Church in Dayton.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,500 CFS - LIBERTY BRIDGE: 6.82 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26, NO. 200 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2011

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Marijuana Bust: A large marijuana farming operation has been discovered in Liberty County. On Tuesday, deputies with the Liberty County Sheriff’s Crime Suppression Unit along with state and federal law enforcement agents located a large marijuana growing and cultivating operation on County Road 2058 near FM 834 in Hardin. Sheriff’s Captain Rex Evans said it’s the largest marijuana operation ever located and seized in Liberty County. Officials estimate the street value for collected marijuana in excess of $4.5 million. More than 6,000 stalks have been located. Federal and state agents, working with the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office, have located evidence that suggests to them this operation has ties to a drug cartel.  

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Chambers County Sheriff Responds: We reported on the recent indictments of Chambers County Sheriff’s Deputy Sgt. Gabriel Davila for aggravated sexual assault of a child and indecency with a child. A complaint was made to the Chambers County Sheriff’s Office back in 2009 alleging Davila had sexual contact with an elementary-age child. Later, Chambers County D.A. Cheryl Leick said her office received a call alleging a cover-up by the Chambers County Sheriff’s Office because no charges had been filed. That’s when the district attorney’s office and the Texas Rangers got involved and investigated the report. On Wednesday, Chambers County Sheriff Joe Larive issued a statement saying Gabriel Davila is no longer with his department. Sheriff Larive also said the original Chambers County investigating deputy has been suspended 5 days without pay and re-assigned for mishandling the case. The investigator’s supervisor also got a 5-day suspension without pay.

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TVE Market Lamb Results: Judging is under way at the 103rd Trinity Valley Exposition Fair and Rodeo. The Grand Champion Market Lamb was shown by River Lott of Dayton FFA. The Reserve Champion lamb belongs to Steely Burk of Anahuac FFA.  Market Broiler Results: Grand Champion with her pen of three Market Broilers is Paige Lott of Dayton 4-H. Reserve Champion honors went to Jessica MacNaughton of Barbers Hill FFA.  Market Rabbits: In the Market Rabbit division, the Grand Champion pen of three rabbits was shown by Wyatt Rakestraw of Mid-Chambers 4-H while the Reserve Champion rabbits belong to Mattie Beasley of Liberty FFA.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 1,500 CFS - LIBERTY BRIDGE: 6.64 ASL*

 

VOLUME 26, NO. 199 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2011

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Bull Riding: Tonight’s opening rodeo performance of the 103rd Trinity Valley Exposition is a bit different this year. It’s Championship Bull Riding in the TVE Arena, featuring the top bull riders and the top bulls in the country in competition. It begins at 7 p.m. The Fairgrounds are on FM 563 one mile south of hwy 90.  Tickets are $8 for adults, $5 for students and seniors.  You can get them at the fairgrounds office, at Cowboy Cleaners and at First Liberty National Bank – Liberty.

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Dayton City Council: Monday night,Dayton City Council members approved spending $28,000 to add new fencing and improve the parking lot at the Sawmill Road Park. Assistant City Manager Chris Contreras said the funds are left over from the city’s match with grant funds for improvements at the Henderson Day Park.  Since that project came in well under estimates, council had the option of returning the money to the general fund or to apply it to another park project.

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Avon Walk: Last weekend, Avon held an Avon Breast Cancer Walk in New York to raise money for cancer research and early detection.  Hull resident and local activist Patti Atkins was one of the 4,400 women that walked, and also one of the 444 breast cancer survivors that took part in the event. The money is turned in for the fund raiser prior to the walk so checks can be handed out during the event. $8.4 million was handed out for research, but Patti’s real excitement comes from the $5.8 million of it that pays for mammograms for the uninsured, underinsured and indigent across America. Obviously still more lives will be saved by this latest effort by women like Patti Atkins of Hull.

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100 Club: Here’s one way to take part in the annual Trinity Valley Exposition Youth Livestock Auction.  Members of the TVE 100 club pool their resources each year to support the kids exhibiting animals in the Livestock show. The club is involved in the big auction Friday afternoon as well as in the Saturday morning freezer sale. The 100 Club’s Tina Blackburn said a tax deductible donation of $100 is enough to join the group.  Each 100 Club member’s name is also entered in a drawing for the animals purchased. Those names drawn have the option of keeping the animal or donating it back. Call 936-334-4825 for more information.

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VOLUME 26, NO. 198 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2011

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Opening Day: The 103rd Trinity Valley Exposition Fair and Rodeo continues tomorrow morning with the Opening Day Parade down Main Street in Liberty. Then, it’s over to the fairgrounds for all of the other great T.V.E. activities, including the youth livestock show, carnival, with $30 arm bands, and bull riding action.

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School Bus Safety: This is National School Bus Safety Week, and Texas Highway Patrol Troopers will be riding on or following school buses to catch motorists who break the law.  Texas law prohibits vehicles from passing any school bus that is stopped with its red lights flashing. That law is meant to protect children getting onto and off of a school bus. This week, when a vehicle illegally passes a stopped school bus with the red lights activated, troopers riding the bus will radio ahead to other troopers who will then pull over the motorist and issue a ticket that could cost up to $1,000.

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Burn Ban: A reminder – despite moderating temperatures and small amounts of rain recently, burn bans remain in effect for both Liberty and Chambers Counties. That burn ban for Liberty County has been in place since February. As of yesterday, 230 out of 254 Texas Counties still have burn bans in place.

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Federal Hearing:  Pamela Leggett, accused of having taken part in the events that led up to the shooting death of Chambers County Deputy Shane DetWiler, is scheduled for a federal detention hearing on Wednesday to determine if bond will be set. She was indicted earlier this month on multiple federal weapons violations for explosives, silencers and a machine gun found in the home she shared with Gilbert Ortez Jr. back in July 2009. Investigators say Ortez took his own life following a stand off with police after he allegedly shot and killed Chambers County Sheriff’s Deputy Shane DetWiler. Pamela Legget was jailed in Chambers County since her arrest in 2009 until her recent transfer to a federal lock up in Houston.

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Obituaries: Darrell Wayne Brown, 76 of Dayton. Services today 10 a.m. in the First Baptist Church in Dayton. Davis Louis Sellers, 60 of Saratoga. Services are tomorrow at 10 a.m. at Faith and Family Funeral Services in Batson.

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VOLUME 26, NO. 197 MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2011

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Deputy Constable Injured: Precinct 2 Deputy Constable Greg Beaves was taken by air ambulance to a Houston hospital Friday afternoon following an on-duty motorcycle accident. He reportedly was pulling over a motorist when another vehicle pulled out in front of his motorcycle. The law officer reportedly swerved to miss that vehicle, went of the roadway and struck a culvert. Deputy Constable Beaves suffered a compound fracture to one leg, a fracture to his other leg plus other injuries but was alert and responsive at the scene. He was airlifted from Devers to Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston by Lifeflight.

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C.C. Deputy Indicted: Chambers County Sheriff’s Deputy Sgt. Gabriel Davila has been indicted for aggravated sexual assault of a child and indecency with a child. Those indictments follow an investigation by the Chambers County D.A.’s Office and the Texas Rangers. A complaint was made to the Chambers County Sheriff’s Office back in 2009 alleging Davila had sexual contact with an elementary-age child. Later, Chambers County D.A. Cheryl Leick said her office received a call alleging a cover-up by the Chambers County Sheriff’s Office because no charges had been filed. That’s when the district attorney’s office and the Texas Rangers got involved. A $60,000 bond has been set. Information indicates Chambers County Sheriff’s Deputy Sgt. Gabriel Davila is free on bail.

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TVE Baby Parade: Superheroes and villains filled Main Street Saturday morning for the annual TVE Baby Parade. Best Overall honors went to the large float “Heroes of the World”. Elizabeth Wilson, dressed as Poison Ivy, received Best Costume. Best Performance went to Sidney Beth Butcher as Wonder Woman.

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Football Scores: The Liberty Panthers got a nice Homecoming victory Friday night, dominating the Shepherd Pirates 42-15. LHS Homecoming Queen is Brittnie Rakestraw, daughter of Darrin and Sherry Rakestraw. As for Dayton, they lost to Goose Creek Memorial 34-14. Barbers Hill remains undefeated after topping C.E. King 38-10. Hull-Dasietta rolled over Colmesneil 70-14. Woodville topped Hardin 41-14.

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Obituaries: Darrell Brown, 77, of Dayton, Service10 a.m. Tuesday at First Baptist of Dayton. Shirley Ann Nugent, 62, of Hardin. Service today at 10 a.m. at Faith and Family in Batson.

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VOLUME 26, NO. 196 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2011

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T.V.E.: One of the longest running traditions of the Trinity Valley Exposition Fair and Rodeo is the Baby Parade.  Jennifer Strawn, who heads the parade committee for tomorrow morning’s Baby Parade and next Wednesday’s TVE Opening Day Parade, said the Baby Parade is the longest continuously held event of its kind across the country. The baby parade for kids ages kindergarten and younger is tomorrow morning at 10.  Anyone still interested in entering tomorrow morning’s baby parade should call Jennifer before 3 p.m. today on her cell at (713) 540-3708.

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LHS Homecoming: Liberty High School homecoming activities culminate in tonight’s Liberty Panthers vs. Shepherd Pirates football game at 7:30 p.m. The homecoming queen will be crowned during half-time at tonight’s game. The Liberty Homecoming Queen’s candidates are Sydney Givens, Kadijas Holmes, Caroline Montez, Jericho Presley, Brittnie Rakestraw and Nikki Sackett. Other members of the homecoming court are Freshman Duchess Kristin Ozan, Sophomore Duchess Madison Regan and Junior Duchess Alison Meche.

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Football: The Hull Daisetta Bobcats are on the road tonight against Colmesneil and the Hardin Hornets are also on the road, in Woodville. The Barbers Hill Eagles at taking on C.E. King at Crenshaw Stadium in Houston. You can listen to any of those games online at www.kshn.com just click on the team logo of your choice. The Dayton Bronco’s travel to Stallworth Stadium in Baytown to take on Goose Creek Memorial, while Liberty is at home for homecoming against Shepherd. Both Liberty and Dayton will be aired live on KSHN 99.9 via our split channel sports, and online at kshn.com. Again, click on the logo of the team you want to hear.

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Biker Rally: You’re invited to a biker rally tomorrow at New Life Church in Kenefick. One of the organizers, James Johnson said there will be a prayer ride, music, BBQ and special guest Eddie B. will sing and speak. He is the founder of a ministry named “Mission of Conviction for Christ”. It all starts tomorrow at 9 a.m. with the prayer ride around Liberty County.  The church is on FM 1008 in Kenefick. For information call the church at (936) 258-7792.

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VOLUME 26, NO. 195 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2011

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T.V.E. Rodeo: Listen up rodeo fans; there have been a few changes for the 103rd Trinity Valley Exposition Fair and Rodeo. TVE Board Member James Bricker said the ranch rodeo with local cowboys has been moved to this Sunday afternoon at 2, while Tuesday will be Frontier Night.  Mr. Bricker said it includes a night of mutton bustin with a lot more contestants than past years.  In addition, Frontier Night will include the popular stick horse competition. Then next Wednesday night, they have added a Championship Bull Riding event.  The traditional PRCA rodeo action will run Thursday though Saturday. For information go to the TVE website linked on our front page at www.kshn.com.

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Constitutional Amendments:  On November 8th, Texas voters will decide ten proposed amendments to the state constitution. State Representative John Otto said Proposition 2 asks voters to extend the state’s ability to issue low interest water development loans. In addition, Prop. #3 is similar to #2, but it would allow the state to increase the number of low interest loans to Texas students. Representative John Otto said both of these loans are drawn from and repaid to self-sustaining funds and neither would involve any sort of tax money.

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Hoses for Hero’s: The fund raiser held September 10, to raise money for the volunteers of the Liberty Fire Department called “Hoses for Hero’s” was a huge success. Not long ago, the local fire department under the leadership of Chief Fred Collins accepted a check from the Hoses for Hero’s committee for more than $15,000. Assistant Chief Bryan Hurst said some of the most important and highest priority equipment for the Liberty volunteers has already been ordered thanks to that donation.

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Liberty City Council: The Liberty City Council met Tuesday night and approved removal of two abandoned houses. A third structure was scheduled for s similar public hearing but the property owner had the home demolished on his own and removed all debris from the site. Code Enforcement Officer Robbie Hood said all three buildings were public nuisances and dangers. Council also approved final change orders closing out the project to renovate and upgrade the Monta Street water tower. Final cost figures on the extensive project were $810,000.

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VOLUME 26, NO. 194 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2011

Water Line Break: The City of Liberty is under a boil water order until further notice. City Manager Gary Broz said it was around 1 p.m. yesterday when the contractor laying new sewer pipe on Hwy. 146 ruptured one of the city’s main water lines. The break left most of the northern portion of Liberty without water and most of the rest of the city with low water pressure. It was around 3 p.m. when the repairs to the water line were finished. The water must now be tested to confirm no contamination occurred. City Manager Gary Broz said it should take from 24 to 48 hours for water testing to be completed.

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Commissioners Court: As expected, Liberty County Commissioners again extended the ban against outdoor burning for the unincorporated areas of Liberty County.  Commissioners also approved an amendment that will require subdivision plans and plats approved through the cities of the county also be approved by the county engineer before being recorded in the county clerk’s office. Also, commissioners approved a new health insurance plan for county employees that will continue to offer the same coverage as the current plan, but at nearly double the cost for county employees - $48 per month. The county will also offer a plan that increases the deductible from $400 to $1,000 but the cost per month will remain.

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Country Weekend: The 103rd T.V.E. Country Weekend culminates with the concert dance Saturday night featuring Gary P. Nunn and Roger Creager. Tickets for the concert dance are $20 in advance and $25 at the gate. Advance tickets are available at all Security State and First Liberty National bank locations as well as all three Cowboy Cleaners and the TVE Fairgrounds.

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New O’Reilly’s: A new O’Reilly’s Auto Parts store will open in January, occupying a new building on Hwy. 90 in Dayton. According to Dayton Community Development Corporation Executive Director Chris Potter, the building is being constructed by a Tennessee company and O’Reilly’s will be the only tenant with a long term lease.

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Obituaries: Paul Eugene Cross, 62 of Houston. Services Saturday at 2 p.m. at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church. Marshall M. McCreight, 78 of Batson. Graveside services tomorrow 4 p.m. Moss Hill Cemetery.

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VOLUME 26, NO. 193 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2011

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T.V.E.: The 103rd T.V.E. is now just days away with the Country Weekend this weekend. Now is also the time kids are making final preparations with the livestock or Ag projects to compete in this years fair and rodeo. Robin Land, volunteer livestock superintendent for T.V.E. said the competition gets started this coming Saturday with the new Ag Mechanics show. She added things step up a notch next Monday as check in begins for Home Economics as well as animal check in.  For more information on the 103rd Trinity Valley Exposition, go to our website, www.kshn.com and click on the TVE link.

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ID For Drivers License:  A new law in Texas requires those renewing their Texas drivers license, or applying for a first time license, to present documents to verify they are a U.S. citizen or have a lawful presence. The types if identification needed to renew or receive a first time Texas DL would be either a birth certificate, certificate of U.S. citizenship, valid permanent resident card or passport. These new requirements are in place now, as of September 1st.

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Tarkington Vol FD: The Tarkington Volunteer Fire Department’s annual fall barbecue and auction is this Saturday at the fire station on Hwy. 321. BBQ Brisket, chicken and sausage plates will be served starting at 10:30 a.m. until the food runs out. The auction stats at noon and features a variety of cakes plus a Remington model 700 rifle with scope.  All proceeds benefit the Tarkington Volunteer Fire Department. For more information call (281) 592-7800.

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Dayton TAKS Make Up: Any current or former Dayton High or Dayton night school student who needs to pass the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills test to get their diploma can re-take the tests next week, not including October 21. Those who want to take the tests should come to the front office at Dayton High at 7 a.m. the scheduled day. Call 258-2510 ext. 4107 for info.

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Obituaries: Patricia Ann Baldwin 56 of Dayton. Services tomorrow at 11 a.m. in Pleasant Hill Baptist Church of Dayton. Vivian G. Gray Noack, 74 of Taylor. Services Thursday at 2 p. m. at Pace Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton.

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VOLUME 26, NO. 192 MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2011

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Leggett Indicted:  A federal grand jury in Houston has charged a Baytown woman with aiding her dead husband in making more than 100 homemade explosive devices plus possession of other illegal weapons. Back in June 2009, Pamela Legget, now 32, is alleged to have fired a shotgun at two water company employees. That set off a chain of events that resulted in her common-law husband, Gilbert Ortez Jr., murdering Chambers County Sheriff’s Deputy Shane Detwiler before killing himself. The six-count indictment charges Pamela Legget assisted her deceased husband with accumulating a supply of chemicals they then used to assemble 122 destructive devices. She also is accused of possession of a machine gun, a short barreled rifle and three illegal silencers. Pamela Legget has remained in jail on bonds totaling $1.158 million since her arrest back in July 2009.

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TVE Queen’s Candidates: Four hopefuls are vying for the coveted rodeo queen’s crown at the 103rd Trinity Valley Exposition. This year’s four contestants are Kylie Turner of Anahuac, Annabelle Halgas of Magnolia, Marissa Jones of Hardin and Casey Anderson of Dayton. The winner will be crowned Thursday, October 20, during the PRCA Rodeo.

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Job Fair: The Dayton Community Center and Workforce Solutions are hosting a job fair today from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Community Center, 801 South Cleveland. Job-seekers should come dressed for an interview and bring plenty of resumes.

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Pep Rally: It’s homecoming week for the Liberty Panthers who play the Shepherd Pirates Friday night. To celebrate, the Liberty Athletic Booster Club is sponsoring a Homecoming Pep Rally event Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in Liberty Memorial Stadium. ****************************************************

Football Scores: The now 5-1 Liberty Panthers dominated the winless Tarkington Longhorns 63-8 up on the Prairie Friday night. The Dayton Broncos toppled the Baytown Lee Ganders 30-23 to get a Homecoming win. Dayton Homecoming Queen is Emily Waddell. King is Gamal Fowler. Barbers Hill also won their Homecoming match-up shutting out North Forest 27-0. Hull-Daisetta also got a Homecoming victory, pounding High Island 48-14. In other action, it was East Chambers 56 – Hardin 0, and Anahuac 42 – Buna 21.  

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VOLUME 26, NO. 191 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2011

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New Liberty Electric Statements:  In the near future, the City of Liberty with change the way they send out electric statements.  Up to now, electric bills have been sent out on post card bills, City Manager Gary Broz said shortly they will soon go to a letter size paper statement.  In addition, once the new statements are in use, there will no longer be a past due notice sent.  The new electric bills will have printed on them the cut off date for non payment in red. Also, the statements will include two graphs that show both electric and water usage for the past twelve months. ****************************************************

Retro Power: The Retro Power Hot Rod gathering is in Liberty tomorrow.  The car show is open to hot rods, customs, classics, trucks and muscle cars from the year 1900 through today.  It starts at 9 a.m. and runs until 3 p.m. at the new Retro Power Hot Rod Shop, 4003 Beaumont Ave. in Liberty. Vehicle registration is $20 and general admission is free. For information call Michael Riley at (281) 389-5687.

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Football Week 7: It’s homecoming for the Dayton Broncos, Hull Daisetta Bobcats, and Barbers Hill eagles. Also in action tonight are Liberty and Hardin.  The Broncos host Baytown Lee, the Bobcats are at home against High Island, and the Eagles are hosting North Forest.  The Liberty Panthers are on the road to Tarkington to take on the Longhorns, while the Hardin Hornets are at home against East Chambers. All five games can be heard on www.kshn.com and the Dayton and Liberty games are also available on 99.9 fm.

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Dayton Homecoming: Candidates for this year's Dayton Homecoming queen are Jasmine Jordan, Scarlet Stephenson and Emily Waddell. This year’s homecoming king candidates are Layne Bethea, Gamal Fowler, and Logan Sullivan. The homecoming king will be named during today’s big Bronco pep rally. Homecoming queen will be crowned during the halftime activities at tonight’s game. A reminder, the Dayton Chamber of Commerce is hosting a community pep rally and tailgate party today from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Woodrow Wilson Jr High parking lot. The event free to the public, however, the chamber suggests you bring your own lawn chair. Commemorative T-shirts and concessions will be available for purchase.  For information contact the Dayton Chamber at (936) 257-2393.

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VOLUME 26, NO. 190 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2011

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Voting Box Changes: By the time the March 2012 party primary election arrives, the number of voting boxes in Liberty County should be reduced by six. County Clerk Paulette Williams said the new county redistricting map allows some small voting boxes to be combined with larger ones and those voting precincts without any voters can be eliminated altogether.  The county clerk said none of this will effect the upcoming November 8th constitutional amendment election.

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New Services: The Liberty Dayton Regional Medical Center has again added back some of the services offered at the hospital facility.  In fact, many of the pre-screenings offered prior to the local hospital’s reorganization are back including endoscopic procedures.  Hospital Administrator Vickie Gates said they are again offering both colonoscopy and upper endoscope E.G.D. Procedure. While most are familiar with the colonoscopy, Administrator Vickie Gates explained the E.G.D. is a similar scan of the esophagus and gastric area.  She said both procedures require a doctor’s referral.

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“The 39 Steps”: The Liberty High School theater department is putting on four performances of “The 39 Steps” today and Saturday at 7 p.m. and again Sunday at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. The play is an early London mystery, and cast member Lauren Iler said folks should come for both the drama and the laughs.  Tickets are $5 at the door at the LISD Auditorium behind San Jacinto Elementary School on Grand Ave. next to the football stadium in Liberty.

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Blessing of the Animals: St. Stephens Episcopal Church in Liberty will hold a “Blessing of the Animal’s” day this Sunday afternoon at 5 p.m. In celebration of St. Francis of Assisi day; folks are invited to bring their pets to the church parking lot for a special blessing.  Among some Christian faiths, St. Francis of Assisi is the patron saint of animals and the environment.  The church is at 2041 Trinity Ave in Liberty. The congregation also asks those who attend to bring a can or bag of pet food that will be donated to the local animal shelter.

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Obituaries: Edna Henderson, 91 of Ames. Services 11 am Saturday at St. Miles Missionary Baptist Church.

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VOLUME 26, NO. 189 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2011

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T.V.E.: The time has come, it’s October and that means its time for the 103rd Trinity Valley Exposition. This weekend the annual T.V.E. Trail Ride begins Friday afternoon with signups at 4 p.m. on the John Brett ranch on PR 2045 in Hull.  The trail ride will leave from there Saturday and go to Dan Johnston’s ranch on FM 1011 in Hardin. After camping overnight, the trail ride heads south to the T.V.E. fairgrounds Sunday morning. All horses must have a negative Coggins test. Cost is $15 for adults, $5 for those ages 7 to 12 and free for kids 6 and under. For more information call (936) 334-2821.

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Memorial Plans: Plans are under way to make improvements to the memorial at the Liberty football stadium that honors those Liberty County residents who have died in foreign wars. The estimated $25,000 project will include adding two additional flag poles, lighting and landscaping. KSHN will have more details on the project and fund raising as the local efforts take shape and progress.

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New G.O.P. County Chair: KenColeman of Dayton was elected as interim Liberty County Chairman for the Republican Party.  Mr. Coleman will hold the interim appointment made by the G.O.P. executive committee until next year’s primary election when a county party chair will be elected by republican voters. Ken Coleman said he wants to see local Republicans working together and urged that whatever the local party does in its efforts to share its platform and to campaign for any office locally or nationally be done in a positive manner.

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Kenefick Country Weekend: The fourth annual Kenefick County Weekend is this Friday and Saturday.  All proceeds from the two-day event will support building renovations at the Kenefick Civic Center.  It all starts this Friday afternoon when cook-off teams move in and start firing up their pits. Then Friday at 9 p.m. there will be karaoke.  Saturday activities begin at 10 a.m. and conclude Saturday night with a dance featuring the popular Philip Griffin Band.  Tickets to the dance are $8 each, $15 for a couple. For information call (936) 258-0455 or (936) 258-3787.

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Concert Dance: The T.V.E. concert dance is Sat. Oct 15th.

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VOLUME 26, NO. 188 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2011

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Cleveland Rape Suspects: The 14 adult suspects charged in the shocking Cleveland gang rape of an 11 year old girl, were in court for a docket call yesterday. Twelve of those defendants appeared before 75th District Judge Mark Morefield while two others failed to appear.  All 14 of the accused are to appear back in Judge Morefield’s courtroom December 5th. Lawyers from the District Attorney’s office told Judge Morefield they were still awaiting the results of D.N.A. testing in the sexual assault case. Six juveniles are also charged in the rape case. Their cases are under the jurisdiction of Liberty County Court at Law Judge Tommy Chambers.

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Burnham Classic: The recent 22nd Annual Burnham Classic Golf tournament was once again a huge success, raising $22,000 for Tri County Services. That brings the Burnham family’s contributions from the annual event to $421,600.  This year’s tournament was held in the memory of Donnie Darbonne, a longtime volunteer for the Burnham Classic.

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Ricochet Progress: Ricochet Pipe opened just after Boomerang Tube in Liberty as a separately owned company.  They acquire pipe rejects from Boomerang and market it for other uses than oilfield tubular goods. While much smaller than Boomerang, Ricochet has also enjoyed growth. Ricochet occupies 5 acres of land fenced off but adjacent to Boomerang.  Ricochet President Jeff Babb said his company’s growth is on track or maybe ahead of the pace expected.  The company employ’s 23. 

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Rotary Exchange: If you have an outstanding high school student in your family between the ages of 15 and 18 ½ years of age who might like to study abroad in Germany for one year, the Liberty and Dayton Rotary Clubs are seeking applicants for the Rotary Youth Exchange. These clubs are looking for top candidates between now and the November 15th application deadline. Dayton High school applicants should apply with a Dayton Rotarian. Liberty applicants may apply with a Liberty Rotary Club member for the necessary application forms.

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Obituaries: John Vincent Campbell, 86 of Dayton. A memorial service will beheld at 6 p.m. tonight at New Life Church in Kenefick.

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VOLUME 26, NO. 187 MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2011

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Woods Fire: Hull-Daisetta Fire Department, along with firefighters from Liberty and the Texas Forest Service, battled a woods fire for about 4 ½ hours Saturday evening. Hull-Daisetta Chief Alan Gartner said the blaze was on a remote, wooded property off FM 770, three miles north of FM 824 near the Hardin County line. Because of the property’s terrain, firefighters couldn’t get tankers to that location, so they needed specialized equipment to fight the fire. That included a backhoe provide by C&L Vacuum to clear stumps and move downed trees. Chief Gartner said the fire was started by loggers. Two hunters – a 50-year-old man and 11-year-old girl – were injured.

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Rape Suspects: The adult suspects charged in the shocking Cleveland rape case are scheduled to appear today in the 75th District Court of Judge Mark Morefield. All 14 of the Cleveland residents are being tried as adults in the alleged sexual assault of a then 11-year-old girl over a two-month period.

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Tailgate Party: All Dayton Bronco fans are invited to this Friday night’s community pep rally and tailgate event. The Dayton Chamber of Commerce is hosting the homecoming celebration from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday at Bronco Stadium right before Dayton’s football game against Baytown Lee. The event is free to the public. Commemorative T-shirts and concessions will be on sale. Sponsors are still needed. To find out more, call the Dayton Chamber at 936-257-2393.

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Football Recap: The Dayton Broncos are now 3-2 after downing the Galena Park Yellow Jackets 37-13 on Friday night. Barbers Hill remains undefeated at 5-0 after blowing out Baytown Lee 49-7. Huffman shutout Tarkington 56-0. Buna toppled Hardin 49-13. Cleveland beat Splendora 27-21. It was Anahuac over Kountze 49-6. East Chambers edged out Newtown 39-34 in a shootout. As for the 4-1 Liberty Panthers and the 2-3 Hull-Daisetta Bobcats, they both had an open week on their schedule.

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Obituaries: Eric Jason Cordova, 35, of Liberty. Reception today from 4 to 7 p.m. at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church. Jerry “Jeri” Eyvonne Pyron Farmer, 69, of Point Place. Service is 11 a.m. today in the Sacred Hearth Catholic Church of Crosby.    

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