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Daily Radiogram

Friday, March 29, 2013

Friday, March 29, 2013 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 28, No. 61 Friday, March 29, 2013

Wreck: A Liberty woman, 75-year-old Glenda Wiggins, was airlifted to Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston following a wreck yesterday morning. City of Liberty Police Officer Jennifer Boles said a passing train prompted the traffic signal at the intersection of U.S. 90 and FM 563 to begin flashing. At that point, according to police, Mrs. Wiggins attempted to turn, from the westbound land of Highway 90, onto FM 563, reportedly turning into the path of an eastbound pickup truck driven by David Strahan of Batson. Mrs. Wiggins is believed to have leg and rib injuries but was in stable condition. The accident remains under investigation and no citations have been issued pending the outcome of the police investigation.


DaytonChamber: Dayton Chamber of Commerce’s monthly noon luncheon is this coming Tuesday in the Dayton Community Center. This month’s guest speakers are Rachell Caudill and Meagan Mitchell with Bridgehaven Children’s Advocacy Center. The $10 meal will be catered by the Branding Iron Grill. For information or reservations, call the Dayton Chamber during business hours at (936) 257 2393.


Lion Award: Local Businessman John Hebert was nominated and has now been chosen to receive the cherished Lions Lifetime Achievement award. Local Lions Club President Craig Wiggins said Mr. Hebert will be presented the high honor in April at the Lions assembly in Houston. Craig Wiggins said Hebert is actually the second Liberty member to get the Lifetime Achievement recognition. R.B. McDonald was named to the same high honor several years ago.


Sales Tax: Sales tax payments are up for the first quarter of 2013 for most incorporated cities in Liberty County. Collections increased by 3.77 percent countywide for that three-month period.  Nine of the 10 incorporated towns in Liberty County with retail businesses posted an increase in sales tax revenue for the first quarter.


DISD: The Dayton Independent School District continues to grow. Superintendent Mike Kurht said when the economy slowed, so did the projected growth of the district. However, when the rapid growth cranks up again, he said, there will be a need for a new campus.


*LakeRelease: 1,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 5.81 ASL



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