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Thursday June 27, 2013

Thursday, June 27, 2013, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 28, No. 123 Thursday June 27, 2013

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DaytonCityCouncil: The Dayton City Council Monday night set the stage for the eventual selection of a new police chief.  Following an executive session, they formally accepted the retirement of longtime Chief Pete Douzat and set the general outlines of the selection process they will follow over the next few weeks. City Manager David Douglas said council will accept resumes from qualified candidates for some thirty days.

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July 3rdCelebration: The very popular Liberty July 3rdCelebration at city park is set and as always, it’s free.  City Secretary Dianne Tidwell said the highlight before the fireworks will be to honor four local veterans for their service. The local community band, the Invincible Eagle Band, will open the program with about 30 minutes of patriotic music beginning at 8:15 p.m. July 3rd. Then the program begins at 8:45 with the fireworks to start when it’s good and dark, probably shortly before 9:30. Keep your radio tuned to KSHN for the music, program and then more music which is coordinated with the fireworks. Remember, it’s all free.

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Last Identified Rape Suspect Pleads: The last suspect still awaiting trial in the Cleveland gang rape case has been given deferred adjudication probation in exchange for pleading guilty. On Monday, Carlos Ligons, now 25, plead guilty to Indecency with a Child by Exposure. 75thDistrict Judge Mark Morefield sentenced Ligons to 7 years deferred adjudication for his part in the sexual assault of a then 11-year-old Cleveland girl. That sentence allows the criminal conviction to be stricken from his record if he successfully completes the term of the probation. In this case, seven years. We have reported DNA samples could result in a 21stsuspect being charged, but no word from prosecutors in over a year on the status of that investigation.

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SS On Line: Kim Richard of the Beaumont Social Security office said as the Social Security Administration continues to expand the services and information available on line, the number of people signing up to use those services has also been growing. Ms. Richard said since the first of this year, 6 million people have registered for “my social security” accounts. You can safely link to the Social Security website from www.kshn.com. Click on the government tab.

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*LakeRelease: 1,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 6.45 ASL

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