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Thursday, June 6, 2013

Thursday, June 06, 2013, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 28, No. 108 Thursday, June 6, 2013

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Four Sentences: Thefour men charged in connection with the Dec. 17, 2012 burglary at Cleveland Jewelers have now entered guilty pleas and been sentenced to prison in the 75thDistrict Court of Judge Mark Morefield. Larry Wayne Brown, of Houston was first to plead and was sentenced to 7 years. Alfred James Godine, Humble got 17 years as part of his plea deal. Nathaniel Ross also pled guilty and Judge Morefield sentenced him to 10 years, and Lamonte Haskett got 45 years.  Prior to Haskett’s sentencing DA prosecutors presented evidence of his lengthy criminal history and asked for a sentence consistent with that résumé.

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DaytonTeacher Raises: It’s been three years since teachers in the Dayton ISD have had a significant pay raise. That will change if the new budget is approved. Dayton School Superintendent Mike Kuhrt applauded the Dayton school board for what he called investing in staff. He said the minimum pay increase will be $3,000 for first time teachers and substantially greater pay increases for more experienced teachers.

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ChambersCounty: A Chambers County Sheriff’s Deputy, Jim Croley, was injured in a crash while responding to a call last Friday. Reports say Deputy Croley’s emergency lights and siren were in operation when his patrol vehicle was struck by a pick up truck that pulled out of a private drive. Deputy Croley and the other driver did not suffer life threatening injuries.

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Summer Reading: A reminder, the Liberty and Dayton Summer Reading Programs both begin on Monday.  There is no cost to participate in the Liberty Summer Reading program. An up-to-date library card is required and there is no cost for those at the Liberty Library. The Dayton program is a lot like summer reading at the Liberty Library. The Dayton Library Summer Reading Program is for all ages, including adults. Library cards in Dayton are free for Dayton city residents and $10 for non-residents. For more on the Dayton Program, call the Jones Library at (936) 258 7060. For details on the Liberty program, call the Liberty Municipal Library at (936) 336 8901.

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Obituaries: Willis Kelley, Jr., 74 of Dayton. Services Monday at 11 a.m. at Wells Funeral Service in Liberty.

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   *Lake Release: 4,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 13.02 ASL*

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