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Wednesday February 12, 2014

Wednesday, February 12, 2014, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 29, No. 29 Wednesday, February 12, 2014

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Commissioners: Liberty County Commissioners met yesterday and approved the rental rate structure for the Liberty County Community Center. The facility can be rented from $350 to $700 depending on how much of the facility is used and for how long. Commissioners also approved a suggestion from the county judge to limit the number and size of political signs that can be placed at poling places on county property. The new restrictions allow only yard type political signs, sometimes called bandit signs, and only one per candidate per corner.

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Political Forums: KSHN Radio’s series of political candidate forums featuring contested races in the March 4thprimary election continues tomorrow with the Republican candidates for Liberty County Judge. Incumbent Craig McNair and challengers Todd Fontenot and Jay Knight have confirmed they will appear. On Friday, the final program with GOP candidates for the U.S. Congressional District #36. Candidates Kim Morrell, Chuck Meyer, Robin Riley, and Jim Engstrand, have all indicated they will be here for Friday’s candidate forum. Those programs start at 8:30 a.m. on the Partyline Program.

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Dayton Area Development: Dayton Community Development Corporation Executive Director Cortland Holman said currently there are several housing development companies looking at Dayton.  The economic development director for the DCDC said even if they don’t get them in Dayton, he’s pledged to do his best to get any economic development to locate somewhere in Liberty County.

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“Ragamuffin”: Heights Baptist Church in Liberty is hosting a special showing of the feature film “Ragamuffin – The True Story of Rich Mullins” this Friday evening at the Liberty Opry on Sam Houston St. in Liberty. The late Rich Mullins was a Christian singer, musician and songwriter. Church Pastor Tim Gruver said, in context of Mullins’ use of the word, a ragamuffin is someone who knows they’re a beggar at the door of God’s mercy. For tickets to this Friday night’s 7 p.m. showing, call Heights Baptist Church at (936) 336 3877.

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Obituaries: Judy Ann Creech, 67 of Liberty. No public service is planned.

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*LakeRelease: 2,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 6.41 ASL

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