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Monday, November 4, 2013

Monday, November 04, 2013, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 28, No. 213 Monday, November 4, 2013

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Election Day: Tomorrow is Election Day as voters across the state head to the polls to determine the fate of nine proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution. In the City of Liberty, registered voters are also being asked to cast a ballot on an ordinance that, if approved, would allow the sale of all alcoholic beverages. Polls will be open tomorrow from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Voting locations across the county have been consolidated to five locations based on your voting precinct. Those polling places are Liberty City Hall, Dayton Community Center, Cleveland Civic Center, Rural Shade Baptist Church in Tarkington and Hardin City Hall. If you have questions about voting, call the Liberty County Clerk’s Office at 936-336-4670.

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Dayton Sewer System: KSHN reported a few weeks ago that illegal chemical dumping had created a potentially disastrous situation in the City of Dayton’s sewer system. Since that time, city workers have taken corrective actions and the system has been gradually recovering from contamination caused by hundreds of gallons of acidic chemicals. Dayton City Manager David Douglas said, as of last Tuesday, the system had returned to about 85 percent of its normal operation.

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Football: It’s crunch time for area football teams trying to make the playoffs. Dayton had this past weekend off but returns to action this Friday against Summer Creek. A win guarantees Dayton a playoff spot. If they lose, the Broncos need help from other teams to advance. This past Friday, the Liberty Panthers downed the Shepherd Pirates 28-16. A win this week over Tarkington also guarantees Liberty a playoff berth. In other action from over the weekend, it was Hull-Daisetta over West Hardin 40-8 while Newton blasted Hardin 63-3. Huffman topped Tarkington 31-24 in double overtime. It was East Chambers 17 and Anahuac 7. Summer Creek beat Barbers Hill 41-10.

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Volleyball Playoffs: The girls’ volleyball teams from Liberty, Dayton, Hardin and Tarkington have all advanced to the state playoffs. Liberty faces Hardin-Jefferson tomorrow at 7 p.m. at neutral site East Chambers. Dayton plays Little Cypress-Mauriceville tomorrow at 7 p.m. at Beaumont Ozen. Hardin faces Van Vleck Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Terry in Rosenberg. Tarkington plays Bridge City tomorrow at 7 p.m. at Kountze.

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*Lake Release: 17,000 CFSLiberty Bridge: 15.91 ASL*

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