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Tuesday November 20, 2012

Tuesday, November 20, 2012, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 27, No. 218 Tuesday, November 20, 2012

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No Charges: According to information from the Texas Department of Public Safety, no charges will be filed against the driver of a vehicle that struck Nottingham Elementary student, 11-year-old Payge Davie while she was walking to the school bus stop early Monday November 12. Payge Davie remains in critical but stable condition at Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston. DPS Trooper Eric Burse said the investigation into the accident has determined the driver, whose name has still not been released, was unable to see the girl, who was dressed in mostly dark clothing as she walked on county road #6052 west of Dayton.

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Country Christmas: There is still time to put together a float for next week’s Liberty Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce Parade. The big County Christmas Parade will be the Tuesday after Thanksgiving in Liberty and then again on that Thursday in Dayton. A reminder, all entries must have lights. The parades begin at 6 p.m. in each community and both towns have wonderful entertainment for kids and adults alike following the lighted parades. To learn more, call (936) 336-5736.

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All District Volleyball: Nine Tarkington Lady Longhorns and their coach have been named to the All District 22-3A Volleyball team. As have six Liberty Lady Panthers and two Cleveland Lady Indians. Longhorns Coach Denise Johnson was selected by her peers as District 22-3A Coach of the Year.

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Keystone Pipeline Jobs: We have reported construction is under way in Liberty County for the Gulf Coast Section of Transcanada’s massive Keystone Oil pipeline project. Jim Prescott, a Consultant for Transcanada’s Gulf Coast operations was in Liberty County last week to answer questions about the pipeline construction locally. He said information on employment opportunities were available on their website, as well as information for local businesses interested in providing goods and services in connection with the pipeline construction. Go to www.transcanada.com. That’s where you’ll find links for vendor registration and job opportunities.

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Obituaries: Faye Marie Barringer, 85 of Batson. Graveside services today at 10 a.m. in Gudery Cemetery in Batson.

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*LakeRelease: 1,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 6.07 ASL

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