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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Wednesday, December 26, 2012, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 27, No. 239 Wednesday, December 26, 2012

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Good Samaritan: A concealed handgun license holder used his weapon to stop an aggravated assault Sunday morning. Liberty County Sheriff’s Captain Steve Green said deputies responded to a report of a woman being stabbed at FM 1010 and S.H. 105 around 8:30Sunday morning. When Dep. James Sprayberry arrived, he reports a man with a concealed handgun license had a weapon pointed at another man on the ground. A woman was lying nearby bleeding from stab wounds. The victim was taken to an area hospital by LifeFlightair ambulance. Her husband, Jose Miguel Ponce-Garcia, 20, was jailed on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, family violence.

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Sales Tax Payments: Sales tax payments to cities across LibertyCounty are up 4.81 percent for the month of December. For all of 2012, payments countywide are up a total of 6.95 percent with six of the 10 incorporated cities here in LibertyCounty posting gains. Cities in LibertyCounty with a yearly rise in sales tax payments include Dayton, Cleveland, Daisetta, Devers, Hardin and Kenefick. The cities of Liberty,Ames, North Clevelandand Plum Grove all experienced a drop in sales tax payments this year.

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Volunteers Needed: The need for volunteers to help in the senior citizen activity program continues. Volunteers are needed to serve meals to senior citizens at the HeightsBaptist Churchon Jefferson Dr. in Liberty. Local residents who would like to help are needed whether it’s for 30 minutes or an hour, one day a week or more. To find out more, call (936) 336 3685.

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School Security Check: School Risk Management specialist Robert Bookout said in addition to looking at threats of someone coming into a school, he also looks at schools with the thought in mind of the more common threats, such as fires or tornados. He said in addition to the fire drills we are all familiar with, he encourages fire drills where the primary exit is blocked, so the secondary exit must be used.He said drills that include both primary and secondary escape routes, helps everyone to know what to do in an emergency situation.

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Obituaries: Kay Brown Beckof Hankamer. Local visitation tonight 5-8 p.m.at Sterling Funeral Home Anahuac.

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*LakeRelease: 1,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 6.35 ASL

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