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June 2005

-VOLUME 20 NO. 125, THURSDAY JUNE 30TH, 2005-

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The burn ban ordered by Liberty County Judge Lloyd Kirkham on Monday applies only to open burning it does not prohibit the sale and use of fireworks in the unincorporated areas of the County. A separate order is required to ban fireworks and that has not been issued. However, the cities of Liberty, Dayton and Cleveland do have ordinances prohibiting even the possession of fireworks within those cities’ limits.

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Entergy Officials have confirmed the power company will not pay for any damages to equipment resulting from the power outage and related “brown out” on June 15th. Entergy Customer Service Manager Susan Gilley said there are ways to get relief under hardship policies, but that applies specifically to Entergy customers only. It is also recommended that those with equipment damages check their homeowner insurance policies.

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U.S. Congressman Ted Poe said allegations of prisoner abuse at the military prison facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba are unfounded. The Houston Republican, who represents most of Liberty County in Washington, was part of a 14-member Congressional Delegation sent to investigate such accusations at the facility holding terror suspects this past weekend. Congressman Poe said he was impressed with the clean and safe conditions under which prisoners there are housed.

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The City of Cleveland’s Annual July 4th Celebration is Monday at 7 p.m. This year the location has been changed to the Cleveland Airport on FM 787. Sponsored by the Greater Cleveland Chamber of Commerce, the event features music, games, guest speakers, food, drinks and a fireworks display as the finale. For more information, call 281-592-8786.

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FUNERALS: Margueriete B. Herring Barnes, 88, of Dayton, Services at 10 a.m. Saturday at Pace Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton. ** Alfreda K. Dever, 46, of Liberty, Services at 11 a.m. Saturday at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church of Dayton. ** Rosalie Jones, 70, of Liberty, Services at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Liberty. ** Myrtle Lee Smith, 90, of Anahuac, Services at 10 a.m. tomorrow at 1st Assembly of God Church in Bradford, Arkansas. ** Lloyd Henry Votaw, 64, of Hull, Private Services at a later date. **

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***LAKE RELEASE: 1,500 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.63 ASL***

-VOLUME 20 NO. 124, WEDNESDAY JUNE 29TH, 2005-

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With Liberty and Chambers Counties now under outdoor burning bans, extreme caution is being urged for those who use fireworks in the unincorporated areas of the counties over the upcoming July 4th Weekend. The Texas Forest Service’s Mahlon Hammeter said Liberty County is at 580 on a drought index scale of 0 to 800. Chambers County is even higher on the scale at 628. Hammeter said once the index level goes over 575, counties are notified the risk of fire is high enough to warrant the issuance of a ban on outdoor burning.

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Liberty County Commissioners heard yesterday from TxDot’s Philip Lujan about the county possibly becoming a Regional Mobility Authority. Were the County to become an RMA, officials would have the power to raise money to speed up roadway construction by issuing bonds and setting fees on any toll roads built through the program. Commissioners plan to hold a workshop session on the subject at some future date.

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The Dayton City Council met Monday and approved an inter-local agreement with the Dayton ISD to allow the City to temporarily use the Ag Building at Wilson Jr. High as a maintenance building, since fire heavily damaged the City’s longtime maintenance facility on June 14th.

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The City of Liberty’s Annual Independence Day Celebration is Sunday night beginning at 7:30 in the Liberty Municipal Park. City Manager Allen Barnes said the free event would feature patriotic music by the Invincible Eagle Band, remarks from U.S. Congressmen Ted Poe and Kevin Brady, as well as State Representative John Otto. The spectacular fireworks display provided by the nationally famous Zambelli Brothers starts at 8:30 p.m. You can hear it all live on KSHN Radio Sunday night.

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FUNERALS: Charles Don “Donnie” Smith, Jr., 46, of Dayton, Services at 4 p.m. tomorrow at Navarre Funeral Home in Baytown. ** Dorothy Lee Norsworthy Montgomery, 78, of Liberty, Services at 10 a.m. today at Pace Stancil Funeral Home of Dayton. ** Robbie Lee Mansfield, 89, of Dayton, Services at 2 p.m. today at Pace Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton. ** Olga Beatrice Murphy, 94, of Liberty, Services at 10:30 today at Allison Funeral Service in Liberty. **

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***LAKE RELEASE: 1,500 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.61ASL***

-VOLUME 20 NO. 123, TUESDAY JUNE 28TH, 2005-

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Liberty Police responded to a disturbance involving up to 15 people around 10 p.m. Sunday in the 2600 block of Cornell Street. Chief Bill Griffin said a long-running family feud might have erupted into a street fight, resulting in 19-year-old Jose Cesar Rangel being taken to Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston suffering stab wounds. He is believed to be in stable condition. The suspected attacker, Moises Garcia, also 19, was jailed for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. A second man, Carlos Marquez, 24, was also arrested. In his case the charge is Public Intoxication. The investigation is ongoing.

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Last Tuesday, Dayton School Trustees approved the job description for the newly created position of Facilitator for the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills or “TAKS” Test. The position is intended to help struggling students in math and reading- areas where TAKS scores were off on some Dayton Campuses last year. Superintendent Greg Hayman said the new TAKS Facilitator job is just one part of the District’s programs to address the problem of low TAKS scores.

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Last Thursday’s “A Taste of Dayton” sponsored by the Dayton Chamber of Commerce is being hailed as a huge success. Businesses and service organizations from across South Liberty County were represented at Woodrow Wilson Jr. High School, giving visitors a chance to learn more about what this area has to offer. Dayton Chamber President Lester Ray Wisegerber said they couldn’t be happier with the turnout for the event and they’re looking forward to the next one.

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If you have questions or concerns about social security, representatives are available the 2nd Wednesday of each month in Liberty and Anahuac. Starting Wednesday July 13th, they will be at the Texas Department of Human Services in Anahuac from 8 to 10:30 a.m. and at the Liberty Municipal Library from noon until 3 p.m. For more information, call the Social Security Administration at 1-800-772-1213.

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FUNERALS: Helen Ruth Stengler, 75, formerly of Anahuac, Services at 1 p.m. today at Sterling Funeral Home in Anahuac. ** Alfreda Dever, 46, of Liberty, Services pending at Wells Mortuary in Liberty. **

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***LAKE RELEASE: 1,500 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.61ASL***

-VOLUME 20 NO. 122, MONDAY JUNE 27TH, 2005-

Liberty County Judge Lloyd Kirkham says he will sign a burn ban order countywide today. Chambers Co. Judge Jimmy Sylvia did likewise last Friday. Burning outside an enclosed area designed to contain fire is illegal for now because of dry conditions. Burning inside city limits is already against the law.

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A family lost their home and contents in a fire early Sunday morning. L.V. Grove awoke before 3 smelling smoke. He got three teenagers out of the house. Cynthia Grove was working overnight at a local nursing home. Also destroyed was a sedan in a carport. A late model pick up truck was spared when Constable Chip Fairchild drove the pickup away just in time. He suffered a minor hand burn gaining entry but declined treatment. Ames, Liberty, Raywood, and Devers fire departments fought the fire.

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DPS Trooper Nathan Pierce said Mary Simien was eastbound on Hwy 90 in Raywood Friday when a wrecker driven by James LaBrant turned in her path. LaBrant said he spilled coffee in his lap as he was turning off 90 That’s when investigators say Ms. Simien’s vehicle hit the truck. Mary Simien and Edna Colmesero were airlifted to Hermann Hospital-Houston with leg injuries. James La Brant was not hurt but he was cited.

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Last Tuesday, Dayton School Trustees approved the expenditure side of the district’s 2005-2006 School Year Budget. The $31.8 million plan is based on a projected tax rate of $1.6785 per $100 of assessed property value. That would be nearly 8 cents below the current rate of $1.7568. The vote on the new budget was unanimous and Dayton Trustees are expected to take a formal vote on making the tax rate official later this summer.

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Dayton City Council will meet tonight at 5pm. They hope to reach agreement on an inter-local contract with the Dayton School District. This would allow the city to use a school ag shop building at the Junior High as a city maintenance warehouse while building a new one. Arsonists were blamed last week for destroying the old shop.

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FUNERALS: Rosa Lee Jones – 70 pending at Wells F.H.**

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***LAKE RELEASE: 1,500 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.59ASL***

-VOLUME 20 NO. 121, FRIDAY JUNE 24TH, 2005-

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TxDot’s Marc Shepherd said work on the intersection of Hwy 146 and Hwy 90 in Dayton has been delayed a few weeks. We reported earlier that work to redo the intersection by removing the sweeping right turn lane from 146 onto 90 and installing a signal light was set to start this coming week. Shepherd said plans to start work have been set back a few weeks, so the job can be tied into some other signal installation projects on TxDot’s schedule. The entire project is estimated to take two months to finish once it does get started.

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The City of Liberty’s Annual Independence Day Celebration is Sunday July 3rd at the City Park. The event features a spectacular fireworks display and a performance by the Invincible Eagle Band. The City will also allow a limited number of service organizations to be vendors at the event this year. Booth spaces are $50 each. For more information, call 936-336-3684.

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Texas Monthly Magazine as part of its biennial feature “The 10 Best and 10 Worst Legislators” has named District 18 State Representative John Otto as “Rookie of the Year”, singling out the Dayton Republican for his leadership role over a major tax bill during the regular legislative session. The magazine’s July issue praises John Otto for his “lucid explanation and calm demeanor”, remarking “no rookie in recent years has had such an impact on a session. “

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The Trumpet Quartet of Ann Marie Araujo, Laura Brady, Kathryn Bryant and Corey Robinson from Liberty High School scored a 2nd Division Rating recently at the UIL State Solo and Ensemble Contest in Austin. 3rd Division Ratings went to the LHS Saxophone Quartet of Brandy Lee, Sara Hutcheson, Will Daniel and Caleb Brown, as well as to Liberty’s Jonathan Milburn for a solo of Mozart’s Sonata #9.

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FUNERALS: Mona Lee Wagner, 73, of Dayton, Services at 10 a.m. today at St. Anne’s Catholic Church in Eastgate. ** Mariah Rita and Miranda Elizabeth Murphy, 9 months and William Albert Murphy V, 19 months, all of Baytown, Services at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Earthman Funeral Home in Baytown. ** Franklin Holloway, 68, of Cleveland, Services at 10 a.m. tomorrow at North Cleveland Baptist Church. **

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***LAKE RELEASE: 1,500 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.66 ASL***

-VOLUME 20 NO. 120, THURSDAY JUNE 23RD, 2005-

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The passage of SB 1017 allows for a public vote on creating the Lower Trinity Valley Water Conservation District to protect water rights in Liberty, Polk and San Jacinto Counties. Precinct #1 Liberty County Commissioner Todd Fontenot said the district, if voters approve it would be supported by production fees, not taxes and private water wells producing less than 25,000 gallons per day would be exempt from any fees. The issue is set to go before the voters in an election on November 6th. A temporary board is being established to manage the start up in anticipation of voter approval. Anyone interested in serving should call Commissioner Fontenot at 936-336-4667.

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A third charge of Intoxication Manslaughter has been leveled against 38-year-old George Douglas Richardson of Hull. The death of 9-month-old Miranda Lewis Murphy Saturday added a third fatality to the wreck on Hwy 146 last Friday morning that had already claimed the lives of the child’s twin sister, Mariah and 19-month-old brother William. Precinct #1 JP Bobby Rader said an additional $100,000 has been added for the latest charge, bringing Richardson total bond to $300,000.

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The Dayton School Board approved an agreement Tuesday allowing the City of Dayton to use the Ag Facilities at Woodrow Wilson Jr. High as a temporary location for a maintenance and repair facility. Fire destroyed the City’s Maintenance Shop on June 14th. Once the Dayton City Council approves the agreement as well, the City would be able to use the Ag Facilities through December 21st. City Manager Andy Helms said it would take about four months to repair the city barn.

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The Dayton Volunteer Fire Department’s Annual BBQ and Auction is Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Fire Station on North Winfree Street in Dayton. The auction starts at noon. Call 936-258-5352 to pre-order barbecue.

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FUNERALS: Elmer Jasper Darneille, 75, of Dayton, Services at noon tomorrow at the L. A. Crespo Funeral Home in Baytown. ** Linda Mae Myrick, 49, of Hull, Services at 10 a.m. Saturday at Wilderness Church of God. ** Judy Henry of Liberty, Services at 2 p.m. Saturday at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Liberty. **

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***LAKE RELEASE: 1,500 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.68 ASL***

 

-VOLUME 20 NO. 119, WEDNESDAY JUNE 22ND, 2005-

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State Senator Tommy Williams said rumors that Texas Schools would be unable to open in the fall if lawmakers fail to come up with a school funding plan during the current special session are not true. No matter what happens with school finance over the next 30-days, Senator Williams said funds for schools can be provided through the Legislative Budget Board. However, he believes legislators are committed to reach an agreement on how to replace the current “Robin Hood” funding plan. Governor Rick Perry has put forward a proposal that would raise state sales taxes and lower property taxes. Senator Williams said he has not yet seen the details of the Governor’s plan.

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The Dayton City Council met Monday night and voted down a proposal from Mayor Steve Stephens to establish a charter review committee. Stephens said he wanted studies done on areas of the city charter involving authority of the mayor and council, establishing term limits for mayor and council and also setting up council seats by position. Council Member Barbara Zaruba said she felt the charter had been thoroughly studied by the previous charter review committee with a large number of amendments approved in the last two elections. The request was shot down 4 to 1 with Councilman Bill Gay the lone “no” vote. ****************************************************

TxDot Resident Engineer Charlotte Warner said work should begin sometime next week to redo the intersection of Hwy 146 and Hwy 90 in Dayton. The project, budgeted at between $4,000 and $5,000 will remove the sweeping right turn off 146 to 90 and replace it with a continuous right turning lane and a traffic light. The work should be finished in about two months.

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Many services of the U.S. Postal Service are now available on line at the Postal Service Web Site. That includes finding zip codes, calculating postage, setting up package pick up, buying stamps and ordering shipping supplies. Go to www.usps.com

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FUNERALS: Elaine Black, 83,of Liberty, Services at 10 a.m. today at Allison Funeral Service in Liberty. ** William Lee Stephenson, 73, of Cleveland, Services at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Morgan Cemetery in Cleveland. ** William Howard Pipkins, 61, of Liberty, Services at 10 a.m. the Life Fellowship Church in Liberty. **

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***LAKE RELEASE: 1,500 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.64 ASL***

-VOLUME 20 NO. 118, TUESDAY JUNE 21ST, 2005-

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Police say 38-year-old George Douglas Richardson of Hull is now charged with two counts of Intoxicated Manslaughter in the deaths of two small children last Friday. Richardson was arrested at the scene of an accident on Hwy 146 South that claimed the lives of Mariah Lewis Murphy, age 9 months and her 19-month-old brother William. Memorial Hermann Hospital Officials said the third child 9 month old Miranda Lewis Murphy died Saturday of injuries received in that wreck. A third charge could be filed soon. Precinct #1 JP Bobby Rader said the Hull man remains jailed on a $100,000 bond for each charge.

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Local businesses are asked to be on the alert for a scam that uses stolen credit cards to purchase merchandise over the phone, to be shipped to Nigeria. One Liberty business, “Just for You” Gifts almost fell victim to it, when two phone orders totaling $1,600 were received through Sprint Relay from Nigeria. Owner Linda Paulsen became suspicious and informed the U.S. Secret Service, who told her the scam is originating from that African Nation. Sprint Relay is not involved, but anyone who receives an order to be shipped to Nigeria is advised not to take the order.

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Precinct #2 Constable Jimmy Belt said a what is called a “Knock and Talk” investigation of 14 residences resulted in three drug arrests in the Hull-Daisetta Area last Thursday. Officers from three different police agencies arrested Rebecca Lara Martin, 42, for Possession of Meth-amphetamine, Don Mathews, 45, for Possession of Hydrocodone and Marijuana and Jimmy Fregia, 38, for Possession of Crack Cocaine. Bond for Martin and Fregia is $15,000. Mathews bond is set at $16,000.

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Bert Vandiver, Director of Auxiliary Services for the Liberty ISD has been selected as the sole finalist to become Superintendent of the Cumby School District near Dallas. A former Hull-Daisetta Principal and Hardin Coach, Vandiver has 31 years experience in public school education and was selected from 35 applicants for the position.

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FUNERALS: Mary Elizabeth Clark, 49, of Dayton, Services at 10 a.m. today at Pace Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton. ** Hurley Lewis, 75, of Hankamer, Services at noon Thursday at Bright Light Baptist Church in Anahuac. **

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***LAKE RELEASE: 1,500 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 5.70 ASL***

-VOLUME 20 NO. 117, MONDAY JUNE 20TH, 2005-

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Miranda Lewis Murphy, age 9 mo., died at Hermann Memorial Hospital in Houston after 2 days on life-support. Her mother, Amanda Lewis, age 20, is now listed in fair condition at the Houston hospital. The wreck that also claimed the lives of Miranda’s twin sister, Mariah and 19-month-old brother, William, happened on Hwy 146 South early Friday morning. Police reports indicate the family’s car stalled, and was sitting off the road with lights and flashers on, when a pick up truck driven by George Douglas Richardson, 38, of Hull, plowed into it from the rear. Richardson is jailed for Driving While Intoxicated with more charges pending. A fund has been established to help the family at Prosperity Banks in Liberty, Dayton and Cleveland as well as all Woodforest Banks.

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According to Mark Shepherd of TxDOT, a roughly $2 million project to improve Hwy 146 in Hardin and Liberty is set to begin in August. Included in the agenda for three-phase project is the resurfacing of the roadway from the 146 Bypass to MLK Drive in Liberty to improve drainage in that area. Shepherd said the work in Liberty would be done at night, from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. Sunday through Friday to reduce traffic delays. In all, the project is expected to take five months to complete.

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Entergy Officials say they will look at any claims for damages to equipment caused by last Wednesday’s widespread power outage. Call 1-800-ENTERGY, that’s 800-368-3749 or use the easy to fill out form at their web site, www.entergy.com. Go from the main page to “Texas” then click on Customer Service.

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The Dayton Chamber of Commerce will host “A Taste of Dayton” Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Woodrow Wilson Jr. High on Hwy 146 in Dayton. Dayton Chamber Board Chair Arlene Langham said businesses from South Liberty County are invited to serve samples of food and showcase the business. Booth spaces are still available for $40 each. Guest tickets are $6. For information or for a booth space, call 936-257-2393.

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FUNERALS: Elva E. Yeager, 86, of Cleveland, Services at 11 a.m. today at Christian Life Center in Cleveland. ** David James Roberts, 24, of Point Blank, Services held Sunday. ** Blanche Wooding, 83, of Anahuac, Services held Saturday. **

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***LAKE RELEASE: 1,500 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 6.01 ASL***

-VOLUME 20 NO. 116, FRIDAY JUNE 17TH, 2005-

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Dayton Police say two juvenile boys arrested in connection with the break-in and fire at Dayton City Maintenance and Repair Facility on North Winfree earlier this week now face multiple criminal charges. The boys – ages 13 and 15- are from Liberty County and Deer Park. The charges against them are two counts of Arson, Burglary of A Motor Vehicle, Burglary of a Coin-Operated Machine and Burglary of a Building plus one count of Theft of a Firearm- in all 9 charges each.

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Testing by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has identified the foreign substance recently found in the City of Liberty Sewer System as being mostly gasoline. City Manager Allen Barnes said TCEQ investigators have been in town this week to inspect several gas stations since a leaking gasoline storage tank is believed to be the cause. Barnes said problems are now being experienced at the City’s wastewater treatment plant, but so far, they are not serious and haven’t cost the City any money. TCEQ engineers are working with city crews to remove the substance from the wastewater plant.

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Entergy Officials announced yesterday afternoon that the transmission of electricity to the Liberty County Area had been stabilized and emergency conservation was no longer necessary. It was early Wednesday evening when high thunderstorm winds damaged transmission lines and sent three generating stations off line. During the outage’s peak an estimated 140,000 customers across several counties were without power.

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The Liberty City Council met Tuesday and agreed to accept an offer from 1st Liberty National Bank President Paul Henry to hold council meetings in the bank’s community room while the new city hall complex is under construction. Demolition of the current Council Chambers and City Hall Auditorium is scheduled within the next month.

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FUNERALS: Eva Mae Trahan, 57, of Raywood, Services at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Raywood. ** Vlasta “Mrs. Frank” Gajdosik, 80, of Dayton, Services at 10 a.m. today at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Dayton. ** Iris “Elaine” Bowker, 52, of Anahuac, Services at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery. **

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***LAKE RELEASE: 2,000 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 7.81 ASL***

-VOLUME 20 NO. 115, THURSDAY JUNE 16TH, 2005-

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In addition to the planned 10-unit shopping center the Spectra Group of Memphis, Tennessee wants built adjacent to the Wal-Mart Super Center on the Hwy 146 Bypass in Liberty, is the proposed development of another 3-acre tract across the Bypass from the Super Center location. Houston Developer Scot Luther has the contract option to buy the land and said he has several serious prospects for the land, but nothing that could yet be called a “done deal”. Luther had high praise for Liberty as a location for development. Construction for the Wal-Mart Super Center is still set to begin in August.

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DPS Trooper Randy Peck said 46-year-old Joel Woodridge of Cleveland was westbound on Hwy 105 in Tarkington on Tuesday June 7th, when the pick up truck in front of him slowed to turn. Woodridge said he swerved on to the shoulder to avoid collision but still clipped the pick up. That impact forced the truck, driven by Edwin Clark into oncoming traffic. Clark’s truck collided head-on with another pick up. The driver of that vehicle, James “Ace” Moorehouse, died en route to Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston. Edwin Clark was treated at Cleveland Regional Hospital and Joel Woodridge was not injured.

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The Liberty City Council passed an ordinance Tuesday night requiring all dogs brought into any of the City’s parks be leashed and muzzled. The law refers not only to the big Municipal Park at the end of Cook Road, but also to the small “pocket parks” at various locations in the city limits. The new ordinance, which takes effect immediately, also prohibits animals of any kind in the children’s playground areas, the splash park or the baseball fields. Council’s action stems from an incident last month in which a two-year-old girl was bitten on the face by a dog brought in the City Park’s fenced in playground area. As required by the existing city ordinance, that dog was on a leash.

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According to Liberty County Hospital District Board President C. Bruce Stratton, the property tax rate for the district will not be set until property valuations are finalized by the Liberty County Central Appraisal District in August. The maximum tax rate the District can set is nine cents per $100 of property valuation. Mr. Stratton said there has been no discussion as yet about what the Hospital District tax rate should be.

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***LAKE RELEASE: 2,000 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 7.81 ASL***

-VOLUME 20 NO. 114, WEDNESDAY JUNE 15TH, 2005-

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Dayton Police say two juvenile boys – ages 13 and 15- have been arrested in connection with the fire that heavily damaged the City Maintenance and Repair Shop on North Winfree Street yesterday morning. Dayton City Manager Andy Helms said the fire was discovered around 6 a.m. and investigators suspected arson when a gate was found bent to gain entrance, a lock was knocked off and an unfamiliar gasoline container was left at the scene. Estimated damages over $500,000 included the destruction of a late model Dayton Police car in the shop for repairs. No word yet on what changes may be filed against the two teens. Dayton City Officials have begun a search for a temporary home for their repair shop.

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Liberty County Commissioners met yesterday and approved a $4,600 payment to Sprint for some 101 hours long-distance phone service, That amount was negotiated down from an initial bill of $9,200. Commissioners – with the exception of Precinct #3 Commissioner Melvin Hunt- voted to pay Sprint even though the company that installed the County’s high-speed Internet lines –Verizon Wireless- said there would be no long distance charges.

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Liberty County Hospital District Board President C. Bruce Stratton said he and his fellow board members have been meeting on at least a weekly basis since the May 7th Election to work on getting the district up and running. Right now, board members are working with the Montgomery County Hospital District to learn as much as possible before beginning operation.

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The first of two “Quality Counts” Classes for youth exhibiting market animals at the 2005 TVE is Friday at 6 p.m. at the American Legion Hall in Anahuac. The second class is August 2nd at Hardin Elementary School, also at 6 p.m. It is required that anyone showing an animal must attend one of these classes. For more information, call the Liberty County Extension Office at 936-336-4558, Ext. 221 or 281-593-0405, Ext. 221.

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FUNERALS: Paul Forest Granier, 70, of Dayton, Services at 3 p.m. today at Pace Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton. ** Sybil Joyce Cooper, 71, of Daisetta, Services at 2 p.m. today at Central Baptist Church in Daisetta. **

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***LAKE RELEASE: 3,000 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 7.72 ASL***

 

-VOLUME 20 NO. 113, TUESDAY JUNE 14TH, 2005-

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Precinct #4 JP Glenn Pruitt said it was around 2:21 Sunday afternoon when Liberty County EMS was called to the Dayton Park Apartments on Hwy 321 to treat a child-drowning victim. Nine-month-old Destiny Armstrong was in the apartment complex’s swimming pool. In spite of prolonged resuscitation efforts on the scene, and after she was rushed to Liberty-Dayton Community Hospital, the little girl could not be revived. The child’s mother is Lisa Armstrong. It is not known if she is a resident at the Dayton Park Apartments or if she was visiting there Sunday afternoon when the drowning incident occurred. Dayton Police are continuing to investigate the child’s death.

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TVE Facilities Manager James Bricker said one major change to the 2005 Fair and Rodeo is that visitors this year will pay one price for admission. That price - $7 for adults- will cover parking, admission to the fairgrounds, as well as to the nightly rodeo performances in the TVE Arena. Also, small animal tag-in for the TVE is from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the fairgrounds.

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The 4th Annual Free Hurricane Seminars sponsored by the Liberty County Emergency Management Office are 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on June 22nd at Woodrow Wilson Jr. High on Hwy 146 in Dayton. The National Weather Service, the Liberty and Cleveland Emergency Management Offices and the American Red Cross will provide hurricane awareness information.

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When callers to Saturday’s “What’s Your Bid?” program showed they were serious about paying hard cash to sit in Bill Buchanan’s empty chair while he is out of town this coming Saturday, we decided to auction it for charity. Kleve Kirby paid $150 to fill in for Bill on the show. The money has been donated to the CPS “Rainbow Room” to help abused children.

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The correct number of the House Bill affecting the Teacher Retirement System is H. B. 1579. Yesterday’s Shine All Nine Radiogram contained an incorrect number.

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FUNERALS: Zechariah Loren Hector, Infant son of Justin Hector and Tracey Alldredge of Dayton, Services held Sunday. ** Destiney Elizabeth Armstrong, 9 months, Services at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Norris Cemetery in Moss Bluff. **

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***LAKE RELEASE: 3,000 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 7.78 ASL***

 

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-VOLUME 20 NO. 112, MONDAY JUNE 13TH, 2005-

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According to Brit Featherstone, a federal prosecutor with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Beaumont, two men charged with luring a pair of Dayton girls to a residence in Georgia for sexual purposes last September are in federal custody awaiting sentencing. Richard Wallace Mason, 22, and Brandon Keith Self, 25, each pled guilty in federal court earlier this year to a charge of Transporting a Minor Across State Lines with Intent to Engage in Illicit Sexual Conduct. Both men face from 15 to 30 years in federal prison, a maximum $250,000 fine and supervised release of from 5 years to Life. No sentencing dates have been set. Mason and Self also face multiple felony charges in Georgia and Enticing a Child Charges in Liberty County.

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DPS Trooper Ryan Foley said it was around 7 a.m. Friday when Rose Broussard of Highlands turned off FM 160 onto FM 770 and into the path of an 18-wheel tractor-trailer rig driven by James Bean of Call, TX. The truck’s trailer flipped onto its side and skidded down the road. Some 100 gallons of diesel fuel was spilled into a roadside ditch. No serious injuries were reported but clean up of the spill lasted more than 8 hours.

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Former Interim Liberty Superintendent Dr. Hugh Hayes said H.B.1539 is awaiting Governor Rick Perry’s signature to become law and eliminates all incentives for educators to retire early. The bill is intended to shore up the overextended Teacher Retirement System. It also targets the practice of rehiring retired teachers, by making it too expensive for districts to do so.

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A two vehicle wreck yesterday afternoon on Hwy. 90 east of Raywood sent 81-year-old John Henry Able of Daisetta to St. Elizabeth’s hospital in Beaumont. According to DPS Trooper Mary Phillips, just before 3 PM yesterday, Able was traveling west on 90 when his vehicle went across the center lane and struck Katherine Doyle, 89 of Beaumont. Mrs. Doyle was also taken to the Beaumont hospital by private vehicle. Trooper Nathan Pierce is investigating the accident.

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FUNERALS: Pauline Park Weimar, 101, of Anahuac, Services held Saturday. ** Sam Houston Davis, 90, of Raywood, Services at 2 p.m. today at Hardin United Pentecostal Church. **

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***LAKE RELEASE: 3,000 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 7.75 ASL***

-VOLUME 20 NO. 114, FRIDAY JUNE 10TH, 2005-

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According to information from the Office of the Floyd County, Georgia, DA, the men charged with luring two underage Dayton girls to Georgia last September have been transferred to federal custody. A nationwide “Amber Alert” in September of last year, resulted in the two missing girls being found at a residence in Rome, GA, and the arrest of 22-year-old Richard Wallace Mason and Brandon Keith Self, age 25. Multiple offenses including child molestation and statutory rape are pending against the pair in Georgia. Child enticement charges are pending against both men in Liberty County as well. No information has been available on what federal charges Mason and Self are facing. Brandon Self is listed as being in federal custody in the Liberty County Jail. To date attempts to confirm Richard Mason’s whereabouts have been unsuccessful.

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The fire truck recently purchased by the City of Liberty for $90,000 from the Needville Fire Department is now in Liberty and should be in service this weekend. A nationwide search for a good, used fire truck was launched when the Liberty Fire Department’s oldest unit suffered damage in last year’s Moss Bluff Gas Storage explosions and fire. City Manager Allen Barnes said the truck has a one thousand gallon water capacity and the most modern foam system equipment.

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The Liberty Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce Monthly Luncheon is Wednesday at noon at 1st United Methodist Church in Liberty. Guest speaker is Elias Olvera of the U.S. Postal Service and tickets are $8 each. Call the Chamber Office for reservations. The number is 936-336-5736.

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Liberty County EMS offers a community CPR course each month. The cost is $30 for health care providers and $20 for everyone else. The classes are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 5 p.m. at the old Hardin Lions Club Building on Hwy 146. Call Liberty County EMS at 936-536-3080.

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FUNERALS: Edward J. White, 85, of Ames, Services at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Our Mother of Mercy Catholic Church in Ames. ** Gary Brazier, 55, of Liberty, Services at 11 a.m. Monday at Wells Mortuary in Liberty. ** Jan Bel, 70, of Oak Island, Services at 10 a.m. today at Oak Island Baptist Church.

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***LAKE RELEASE: 3,000 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 7.82 ASL***

-VOLUME 20 NO. 113, THURSDAY JUNE 9TH, 2005-

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All Nine News has learned that a small shopping center is negotiating for tenants on 2.75 acres adjacent to the site of the Wal-Mart Super Center at North Main and the Hwy 146 Bypass in Liberty. No actual start date is set for the 18,900 square foot “strip center’s” construction, but information from the owners- Spectra Group Inc. of Memphis, TN, is they want to get going as quickly as possible. The partnership owns 22 shopping centers already in operation, with 13 more under construction and still another 13 under development in 20 different states. A general design for the Liberty Shopping Center is available at the company’s web site, www.spectragroupinc.com

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Interim Liberty School Superintendent Dr. Hugh Hayes said he has to give the 79th Texas Legislature a “failing grade” for their inability to come up with a school finance reform plan. Dr. Hayes said it is “incredible” that lawmakers began the legislative session with school funding as an emergency issue…and still have nothing to show 120 days later. Dr. Hayes said he does not believe a special session to finish the work on school funding will be called until after the Texas Supreme Court hears arguments to overturn a lower court ruling that the present state public school funding system is unconstitutional.

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U.S. Congressman Ted Poe will hold a town hall meeting this Saturday from 9 to 10 a.m. at the Austin Memorial Library in Cleveland. Congressman Poe, who represents most of Liberty County in Washington, will discuss the 109th Congress and other issues important to his district.

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The 9th Annual “Cowboy Classic” Golf Tournament is set for Saturday June 25th at Magnolia Ridge Country Club in Liberty. Tee times are at 7:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Cost to enter is $100 per player. All proceeds benefit the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Educational Fund that provides thousands of dollars annually to local graduates. For more information, call Sherry Beasley at 936-298-2406 or Bruce Burnham at 936-336-2215.

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FUNERALS: W.C. Weaver, 87, of Moss Hill, Services at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Moss Hill Community Cemetery. ** John “Jay” Keeler, 63, of Dickinson, Services at 4 p.m. Sunday at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Baytown. **

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***LAKE RELEASE: 3,000 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 7.89 ASL***

-VOLUME 20 NO. 112, WEDNESDAY JUNE 8TH, 2005-

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Monday night’s Dayton City Council meeting saw a confrontation between newly elected Mayor Steve Stephens and Councilman John Simmons when Simmons suggested his proposed Transportation Committee be joined with the Mayor’s proposed committee to study the need for a bypass around Dayton. Mayor Stephens said he would not be a part of what he called Simmons’ “power play” and after some debate the two motions were separated. In other action, another motion by John Simmons, in this case, the removal of DCDC Board President Ricky Brown prompted considerable argument among council and those in attendance at the meeting. The motion ultimately failed on a 3 to 2 vote. Councilman Jay Tadlock joined Simmons in voting for Brown’s removal.

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Liberty Police Officer Janie Villatoro said Juan Rivas was riding his bike north on the southbound shoulder of Main Street around 1:30 yesterday afternoon, when Ronald Avra of Beaumont turned his vehicle from Marshall on to Main and hit the bicyclist. Juan Rivas received only minor injuries. Under Texas Law, the bicyclist was at fault, for riding against the flow of traffic.

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Liberty County Law Enforcement Agencies report that there are still plenty of free gun locking devices available to the public. The “gun locks” have been provided by Project Child Safe, an outreach program sponsored by the National Shooting Sports Foundation to promote safe firearm handling and storage. The locking devices are available at the Liberty County Sheriff’s Department, the Liberty, Dayton, Cleveland and Daisetta Police Departments and at the Liberty County District Attorney’s Office. We are told that while several of the “gun locks” have been picked up, each agency still has a large supply in stock.

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The Liberty-Dayton Chapter of Ducks Unlimited’s 22nd Annual Banquet is Friday at the Liberty Elks Lodge on FM 563 in Liberty. The “Quacking Hour” begins at 6 p.m. with a barbecue dinner at 7, followed by live and silent auctions and a raffle. Tickets are $35 each or $50 per couple. For tickets or more information, call 936-258-4686.

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FUNERALS: Robert Quentin Farris, 86, of Daisetta, Services at 2 p.m. Friday at 1st United Methodist Church in Daisetta. **

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***LAKE RELEASE: 3,000 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 7.98 ASL***

-VOLUME 20 NO. 111, TUESDAY JUNE 7TH, 2005-

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The City of Liberty and Texas Commission on Environmental Quality are investigating a foreign substance recently found in the City’s Wastewater Treatment System. City Manager Allen Barnes said the substance is still being analyzed, but it is being dumped in the sewer somewhere within an eight-block area of Myrtle Street, between Main and Travis Streets. Barnes said the substance poses a threat to Liberty’s Treatment System that, if left unchecked, could result in thousands of dollars in repairs. It is illegal to dump foreign material into the city sewers and the City Manager said when those responsible are found they will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.

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The driver of one of the vehicles involved in last Thursday’s fatal wreck in Mont Belvieu has been identified as Gina Tims, sister of former City of Liberty Fire Chief/EMS Director Jamie Galloway. Ms. Tims was driving an SUV that was hit from behind by another vehicle and propelled into oncoming traffic, where it collided with two others. Haley Jean Litt, age 6, the daughter of Ms. Tims fiancée was killed in that wreck, as was Arthur Ash of Liberty. Gina Tims was airlifted to Memorial Hermann Hospital with internal injuries and fractures. Jamie Galloway -now EMS Chief in Webster -said his sister underwent surgery and her condition has improved.

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The Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce’s first “Casino 500” is Saturday August 27th at the TVE Fairgrounds on FM 563 in Liberty. The event combines the Chamber’s Annual BBQ and Auction Fundraiser and their Annual Teacher’s Reception with a “casino night” The Liberty-Dayton 500 remains unchanged. The 500 tickets are $20 each with 12 winners drawn. There’s blackjack, craps tables, two auctions and a dance. Also teachers and school employees get a free meal that night. For more information, call the Chamber at 936-336-5736.

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The Liberty County A&M Club’s Annual Golf Tournament is Friday at Magnolia Ridge Country Club in Liberty. Cost to enter is $60 per player with sponsorships available for $100. Call 936-346-4792 to sign up. All proceeds benefit the scholarship fund.

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FUNERALS: Eula Barneycastle Neel, 77, of Utah, Services at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Votaw Cemetery in Votaw. **

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***LAKE RELEASE: 3,000 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 7.93 ASL***

-VOLUME 20 NO. 110, MONDAY JUNE 6TH, 2005-

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Two people with connections to South Liberty County were killed Thursday in a wreck in Mont Belvieu. 6-year-old Hailey Jean Litt, who’s father is John F. Litt, Sr. of Liberty, and Arthur Vernon Ash Jr., 57 most recently of Liberty died as a result of a four vehicle accident on State Highway 146 in Mont Belvieu. Police reports indicated two of the four vehicles were north bound when one hit the rear of another, and prop0elled the lead car into the southbound lane where it collided with two other vehicles. ****************************************************

While Texas lawmakers face the prospect of a special session to finish addressing property tax relief and school finance reform, State Senator Tommy Williams said a lot was accomplished during the 79th Legislature. Liberty County’s State Senator cited the passage of one bill on property tax accountability. SB 18 requires taxing entities to give public notice if they raise property tax by any amount, instead of the present three cents. Senator Williams also said the massive overhaul of Children’s Protective Services would bring more caseworkers to the system.

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Liberty-Dayton Community Hospital will host a blood drive tomorrow from 1 to 7 p.m. in the hospital’s Community Room. The hospital and local volunteers recently changed blood providers from the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center to Life Share Blood Center in Beaumont. Administrator Sean Stricker said part of the reason for the switch is that their Lab Director is on the Life Share Board of Directors. Community Blood Drives will remain basically the same. To make an appointment, call Liberty-Dayton Community Hospital at 936-336-7316, Ext. 174.

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There’s still time to sign up for Liberty County YMCA Summer Day Camp from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily at Liberty Elementary School’s Gym. Camp features field trips, sports, swimming, hiking, arts and crafts and more. Call the “Y” at 936-257-2888.

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FUNERALS: Annie Bell Keener, 85, Liberty, Services 11 a.m. today at Mount Rose Baptist Church - Liberty .** Russell Allen Terrell, 37, Liberty, Services were Sunday. ** Clarence Ray Satsky, Sr., 69, Liberty, Services 10 a.m. today at Norris Cemetery - Moss Bluff ** Arthur Vernon Ash, 57 Liberty. Funeral tomorrow 10 am at Pace Stancil Funeral Home.

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***LAKE RELEASE: 3,000 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 7.99 ASL***

-VOLUME 20 NO. 109, FRIDAY JUNE 3RD, 2005-

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A well-known Liberty businessman has died unexpectedly. Precinct #1 JP Bobby Rader said Russell Terrell, owner/operator of 1st Choice Wrecker and other related services died at his home Wednesday night of an apparent heart attack at the age of 37. Judge Rader has ordered an autopsy. Funeral arrangements are pending at Liberty’s Allison Funeral Service.

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District 18 State Representative John Otto said a bill to reform worker’s compensation in Texas and another that overhauls statutes involving asbestos lawsuits are among the major accomplishments of the 79th Legislature. The Dayton Republican also said lawmakers approved a bill allowing Liberty and surrounding counties to create a Ground Water Conservation District to maintain local control of water resources. Governor Rick Perry said he intends to call a special session next month to address property tax relief and school finance reform.

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The $6 million project to expand and improve the Union Tank Car Repair Facility in Cleveland is continuing to move ahead. Cleveland Economic Development Corporation Chair Kenneth Riggs said the City of Cleveland has received a $750,000 state grant to provide permanent sewer service to the facility. A cooperative effort by Union Tank Car, the City of Cleveland, and Liberty County Commissioners, it is estimated the entire project will be finished by March 2006.

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The Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge will host the Annual Free Family Fishing Day tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event features lessons in fly fishing, crabbing for the kids, target casting demonstrations, information on fish identification, fish printing and more. For more information, call 409-267-3337.

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FUNERALS: Joellen Hastings Bell Ray, 80, of Liberty, Services at 10 a.m. today at the Whittington Cemetery in Devers. ** Annie D. Rountree, 79, of Hull, Services at 10 a.m. today at Guedry Cemetery in Batson. ** Frank Marshall Harding, 92, of Liberty, Services at 3 p.m. Sunday at 1st Baptist Church in Liberty. ** Eddie McAdams, 43, of Cleveland, Services at noon tomorrow at the Heritage Pentecostal Church in Cleveland. ** Octavia C. Smith, 86, of Ames, Services at 11 a.m. tomorrow Cornerstone Church in Liberty.

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***LAKE RELEASE: 3,000 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 8.26 ASL***

-VOLUME 20 NO. 108, THURSDAY JUNE 2ND, 2005-

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In spite of the Legislature’s failure to pass a school reform bill during the regular session, Texas Senator Tommy Williams points out lawmakers did pass a budget and related bills that provides for roughly $2.2 billion in new money for public school funding. Texas Governor Rick Perry has publicly said he will call a special session if legislators can agree on a property tax relief package. Senator Williams said he believes the chance of that happening is about “50/50”.

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A new federal law – in effect in Texas as of Wednesday - requires the three major credit reporting companies to provide each person one free credit report per year. The credit companies have funded a single web site through which the free credit reports are available, www.annualcreditreport.com.

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Dayton Police are investigating an armed robbery at the Sonic Drive-In late last Saturday night. A 16-year-old Sonic Car Hop reportedly delivered an order to a dark colored car only to have the driver, described as a black male, pull a gun and demand money. The suspect got away with only a small amount of cash.

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Donations are needed to help maintain the “Rainbow Room” at the Childrens’ Protective Services Offices in Liberty. CPS Board President Ivan Pearce said the reality is that most youngsters removed from parental custody enter the system with very little. “The Rainbow Room” is kept stocked with items such as diapers, bottles, toys, clothing and personal hygiene items for kids coming into CPS custody. Tax deductible donations of such items can be dropped off at the CPS Offices at 1405 Monta Street in Liberty or call 936-336-7283 for more information.

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The 19th Annual Batson Oil Patch Festival is this Friday, Saturday and Sunday with carnival rides, live entertainment, historic exhibits from the days of the Texas Oil Boom, food, arts and crafts, a parade, contests, a poker run, an auction, street dance and more. The festival grounds are in Downtown Batson, at the intersection of hwy 105 and FM 770.

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FUNERALS: Jean Prescott, 89, of Liberty, Services held Wednesday. ** Michael Rance Davis, 42, of Cleveland, Services at 10 a.m. Saturday at 1st Baptist Church of Cleveland.

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***LAKE RELEASE: 3,000 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 8.27 ASL***

-VOLUME 20 NO. 107, WEDNESDAY JUNE 1ST, 2005-

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The 79th Texas Legislature has ended and District 18 State Representative John Otto said it was lawmakers’ failure to agree on a funding method that leaves the state still with no replacement for the current “Robin Hood” school funding system. The Dayton Republican said legislators were close to agreement on HB 2, the School Finance Reform Bill. However, Senate additions to HB 3, the Tax Bill, included such points of contention as a “gross receipts tax” that too many legislators felt would be too hard on many Texas businesses. John Otto said time ran out on the session before those points could be ironed out among lawmakers and a consensus could be reached. No word yet on whether or not Governor Rick Perry will call a special session to address school finance and property tax relief.

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The 2005 Hurricane Season is here and experts recommend having an evacuation plan ready in the event a major storm threatens. Make arrangements to stay with relatives or friends and make plans for pets, since emergency shelters and most hotels don’t allow them in. As reported, a new bill awaiting the Governor’s signature to become law, allows County Judges and City Mayors to order an area evacuated in an emergency rather than requesting voluntary evacuations as has been the case.

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The Liberty County YMCA Summer Day Camps start Monday June 6th at Liberty Elementary School’s Gym. The camps include swimming, field trips, sports, arts and crafts and more. The YMCA’s Kay Zieschang said each week would feature a different fun theme such as “International Week”, “Wild, Wild West” and “ Animal Kingdom”. Cost is $80 per week. Call the Liberty County “Y” at 936-257-2888 for more information.

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A new season of KSHN’s popular radio auction “What’s Your Bid?” begins this Saturday morning at 9. Listeners are invited to call in and bid on a variety of merchandise and services provided by area businesses. The high bidder gets the item, which is always sold at well below retail price. Tune in to “What’s Your Bid?” every Saturday from 9 to noon all summer long.

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FUNERALS: Ruby Jones, 81, of Dayton, Services at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Concord Cemetery in Rye. ** Octavia Smith, 86, of Ames, Services pending at Wells Mortuary in Liberty.

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***LAKE RELEASE: 3,000 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 8.03 ASL***

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