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Friday, March 8, 2013

Friday, March 08, 2013, 08:00 - 17:00


Volume 28, No. 46 Friday, March 8, 2013


Teacher Arrested: A Harris County woman has been charged with improper relationships with a student while working at Humble ISD. Dayton Superintendent Mike Kuhrt said the teacher – Amanda Michelle Feenstra - worked in Dayton schools from August 2011 through December 2012. She submitted her resignation effective December 21, 2012. According to Superintendent Kuhrt, they had no problems or complaints with her as an employee. Several Houston area media sources report a female student claims Amanda Feenstra, age 30, began a sexual relationship with her in November 2010.


Cleveland Council Elections: Candidate filing for the May 11 city council and school district elections ended March 1 countywide. In the City of Cleveland, there are no contested races, but there will be a new mayor there. In Cleveland, unlike other Liberty County cities, there is a three-term limit on elected officials. Cleveland Mayor Jill Kirkonis has reached that term limit and cannot seek reelection. One council member, Mayor Pro-tem Niki Coates, was the only candidate to file for mayor. He is expected to become Cleveland mayor by acclamation.  


Health Fair: St. Miles Baptist Church in Ames will host a free Community Health Fair tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will be health educators and vendors along with county and state agencies providing services and educational materials. They will be offering free blood pressure checks and health screenings. There will also be free pneumonia vaccinations, information on Medicare and Medicaid, plus nutritional info. That free health is at St. Miles Baptist Church on Highway 90 in Ames.


Jubilee Spaces: There are still some spaces available in the public awareness section at the 2013 Liberty Jubilee for Friday and Saturday, March 22-23. The public awareness area is for some businesses, non-profit groups, churches and other entities to provide information about themselves to Jubilee visitors. Unlike other booths at the annual festival, there is no charge for public awareness space. Applications are available at the City of Liberty web site. You can link there from our homepage at You can also call Misty Delaney at 936-336-3922. The deadline to reserve a public awareness booth is Thursday, March 14.


*Lake Release: 1,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 5.95 ASL*



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