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Thursday, February 14, 2013

Thursday, February 14, 2013, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 28, No. 31 Thursday, February 14, 2013

Driver found Dead: Wednesday afternoon, the Liberty County Sheriff's Department responded to a call at the Fitzpak store parking lot at Hwy 105 and Hwy 146 in mid-Liberty County. The report that came into County Sheriff’s department dispatchers was regarding a truck driver found slumped over the steering wheel of the rental “box truck" he was driving. Justice of the Peace for Pct. #3 Cody Parrish held a roadside inquest.  With evidence of a natural causes death he did not order an autopsy. The driver was Walter Williams III, 49 of Houston.


Relay: The date is quickly approaching for the Annual fundraiser for cancer research and support for cancer patients, Relay for Life. Held for 12 hours each year, the event combines fundraising with walking and lots of it. The Relay for Life is April 5th, starting at 7 p.m. and ending the next morning April 6th7 a.m.  The event always starts the 12 hour walk around the track at Liberty’s Memorial Stadium with a survivors walk. Those that have battled cancer and their caregivers take the first lap, to the applause of family, friends and people who care. If you or someone you know has battled and won, or are still fighting the dreaded disease, you’re invited to participate.To sign up for the survivors lap, call Geraline Daniel at 936 336 6105, Sandra Sterling at 336-3716 or Candy Rucka at 936 346 1286.


Jubilee: The 28thAnnual Liberty Jubilee is set for March 22ndand 23rdin downtown Liberty. This free festival includes lots of fun activities for the whole family. One of the big events at Liberty Jubilee is the street dance Friday night, March 22. This year’s concert dance features Doug Stone and special guests, West of the Trinity Band. The very popular Liberty Lions Club Fish Fry will also be that Friday, March 22, in First United Methodist Church’s Fellowship Hall.


LibertyCityCouncil: At Tuesday’s meeting, Liberty City Council members approved a deposit of $565,000 from the Sam Rayburn Municipal Power Agency to the city’s recently created Fixed Asset Replacement Fund. Liberty Mayor Carl Pickett –who is one of the city’s representatives on the SRMPA board - said the second payment was more funds from the bond refinancing, putting the city’s windfall from that SRMPA transaction at just over $1 million. Council members decided to spend some of that money on new equipment.


*LakeRelease: 6,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 8.86 ASL


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