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Tuesday October 1, 2013

Tuesday, October 01, 2013, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 28, No. 189 Tuesday October 1, 2013

Drug Bust: The Liberty Police department arrested four individuals following two separate traffic stops for drug violations. According to police, the first was around 9 p.m.Thursday when officers discovered what is believed to be crystal meth during a traffic stop.  Arrested were Brandon Sones of Hull and Christopher Coker of Liberty.  Then in the early morning hours of Sunday, another traffic stop netted police more narcotics, again believed to be crystal meth along with a quantity of marijuana. Included in the Sunday traffic stop was scales, a stun gun, and drug paraphernalia. Arrested and charged following the Sunday morning traffic stop was Brian Goins of Mont Belvieu and Shonda Tullous of Hardin.

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National Night Out: Tonight from 6-8 p.m.the City of Liberty Police Department is hosting a community wide “National Night Out” event at the LibertyMunicipalPark.  There will be food, information, bike rides – bring your own bike – nature hikes and much more. It’s all free to the public.

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Trapping v Shooting: We have reported on the massive property damage done by feral hogs here in LibertyCounty. Mark Tyson, Texas Extension Service Feral Hog Management Specialist said preventing that damage is no easy task. He recommends trapping over shooting, but reminds homeowners -   catching the hogs is a process, not an event. Trapping takes time. The local county Agri-Life extension office has a series of full color brochures showing some of the best tactics for dealing with these mean and sometimes aggressive wild hogs.

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Refuge Clean-Up: About 30 volunteers showed up Saturday to lend a hand at the Trinity River Refuge’s annual trash cleanup day at the Hwy 105 Trinity River Bridge. Refuge Manager Stuart Marcus said those volunteers, picked up approximately one ton of trash and discarded debris. The next volunteer opportunity is this Saturday, called the Champion Lake Butterfly Garden Weed-N-Feed. That event takes place from 9 a.m.to noonat the refuge’s butterfly garden off 1409, look for signs.

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Obituaries: Bertha LuJuene “Bert” Chaumont, 85 of Liberty. Service tomorrow at 10 a.m.at Allison Funeral Service in Liberty. Linda Jean Parrish, 67 of Moss Hill. Graveside service noontoday MossHillCemetery.

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*LakeRelease: 1,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 6.55 SAL

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