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Friday December 13, 2013

Friday, December 13, 2013 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 28, No. 239 Friday, December 13, 2013

Rollover: There were no injuries in a one vehicle rollover accident on FM 1011 Thursday morning. Department of Public Safety reports say the driver of the northbound car, Martinez Salazar, lost control of his car in a curve.  The vehicle landed upside down. The driver was buckled in and suffered no injuries. He was driving without a license.


Power Outage: During the coming power outage on Saturday night, experts we spoke with say Liberty city residents should unplug computers and all electronic devices and appliances before the outage. Then wait to plug them back in until after the power has been restored Sunday morning. In addition, City Manager Gary Broz reminds those driving on the streets of Liberty that all traffic lights will be out. That means those intersections with lights should be treated like a four-way stop.  Lighted warning signs have already been placed along Highway 90 on both east and west sides of town. During the planned power outage, the Liberty Center at City Hall will be open, powered by a generator, for those with special needs. KSHN Radio will remain on the air throughout. We suggest stocking up on radio and flashlight batteries.


CARE ATC: The new Liberty County Health Clinic in the Dayton Shopping Center began seeing patients last week. The clinic is part of the county’s effort to lower health care costs by offering county employees access to primary and preventative care through a contract with the Care ATC Clinic. Care ATC’s Bill Lindsay said his company manages health clinics in several states for employees facing rising health insurance deductibles. The county pays $65 per month, per employee for coverage and their covered dependents. That allows the county’s 353 employees to use the clinic for free.


Correction: Yesterday we incorrectly reported the times related to the City of Liberty’s amended alcoholic beverage ordinance. Tuesday’s council action allows restaurants and bars with the required permits to serve liquor until 2 a.m. daily.


Obituaries: Robert Earl Humphries, 73, of Dayton. No public service planned. Cremation under direction of Sterling Funeral Home – Dayton. Donald Duncan Selman Sr., 82, of Anahuac. Service is 1 p.m. Saturday at Sterling Funeral Home – Anahuac.


*Lake Release: 1,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 5.60 ASL* 



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