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Daily Radiogram

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Tuesday, February 26, 2013 08:00 - 17:00


Volume 28, No. 38 Tuesday, February 26, 2013


Hospital District Budget: Since its inception in 2005 through September 2012, the Liberty County Hospital District #1 has paid out more than $4.3 million in support of the local hospital, first as Liberty Dayton Community Hospital and then Liberty Dayton Regional Medical Center. An additional $3 million was paid to hospitals outside the district, providers, physicians, and pharmacies for additional healthcare for indigent clients that live within the district boundaries.


LHS Science Wing: Liberty High School students will soon be using their newly renovated science classrooms and laboratories. Liberty ISD trustees toured the nearly completed science wing last Tuesday.  LISD Board President Brandon Smith, himself a medical professional, said he was pleased with both what he saw on the tour and what it means for Liberty students. The construction company Collier Construction of Brenham has been renovating existing space into six new science rooms and five lab areas. Their bid came in at $1.369 million. LISD Director of Maintenance and Operations Robert Ward said LHS teachers and students will be in their new science classrooms and labs in a matter of days.


Cleveland Regional Not Closing: Chuck Fulner, administrator of Cleveland Regional Medical Center said the North Liberty County Hospital is not closing, despite rumors to the contrary. Mr. Fulner said the North Liberty County medical facility is suffering from the same cash flow problems experienced by other small town hospitals across the country, but he said the ownership has no intention of closing the hospital.


Direct Deposit: Friday March 1st, is the deadline for Social Security benefit recipients to make the switch from receiving paper checks in the mail to an electronic delivery system such as direct deposit. According to Kim Richard of the Beaumont Office of Social Security, the U.S. Department of the Treasurer is allowing some exceptions to that change. Ms. Richard said those interested in continuing to receive paper check social security benefits, can apply for an exemption. To find out more about the exemptions or the options available for switching to electronic deposit of benefits, call 1-800-333-1795 or visit


*Lake Release: 2,000 CFSLiberty Bridge: 7.12 ASL*



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