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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Tuesday, February 12, 2013, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 28, No. 29 Tuesday, February 12, 2013

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John Allison Indicted: Information from several reliable sources indicates a Liberty man, John Allison, has been indicted in connection with the train/truck crash that claimed the life of William Hotaling, a Liberty High Junior in January last year. Department of Public Safety reports said William Hotaling was a passenger in a truck driven by then 20-year-old John Allison. Investigators said John Allison disregarded down crossing arms with flashing lights at the FM 1909 railroad crossing. The truck was hit by a train on the passenger side. William Hotaling was pronounced dead on the scene. John Allison was airlifted in critical condition. We are told; a Liberty County Grand Jury indicted John Allison on the charge of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon last week.

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LISD AD Search: Liberty Independent School District may hire a new athletic director this Thursday. That’s when Liberty trustees meet in a specially called meeting to consider hiring a new athletic director and head football coach or continuing with the hiring process. The posted agenda calls for a closed-door session followed by an action item to consider hiring a new athletic director.

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Brotherhood Banquet: The 87thMen’s Brotherhood Banquet is coming up on Thursday February 21, at First United Methodist Church of Liberty. It’s the longest running event of its kind in the U.S. It starts at 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Tickets for the traditional turkey and dressing banquet are $10 and available from the church office or any member of the Methodist Men’s Bible Class.

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Unclaimed Property: The State of Texas is holding more than $2.6 billion in unclaimed money and property. State officials say it’s never too late to claim your forgotten property. If you are wondering if you have any unclaimed property being held by the State of Texas, you can do a search by name on the comptroller’s website. Just go to www.kshn.comand click on the government tab under local information. Once there, click on the “Claim it Texas” link.

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Obituaries: Alice Faye Young Fregia, 72 of Daisetta. Services 2 p.m. tomorrow at United Pentecostal Church in Daisetta.

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*LakeRelease: 4,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 7.08 ASL*

 

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