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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Wednesday, February 19, 2014, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 29, No. 33 Wednesday, February 19, 2014


LMSUILAwards: Liberty ISD hosted the middle school UIL One-Act Play competition over the weekend. LISD Theatre Arts Director Jerre’ Delaney said the Liberty Middle School Panther Players earned second place in that contest. Several Liberty students also won individual awards. Liberty’s Zachary Jackson was Best Actor while Riley Mayo was named to the All-Star Cast. Addie David and Nolan Myers were recognized as Honorable Mention All-Star Cast. Best Sound Technician went to Jessica Moreno while Taylor Arceneaux claimed the award for Best Lights Operator.


ClevelandInterim Superintendent: We recently reported on the sudden resignation of Cleveland School Superintendent Kerry Cowart. While no more details about that have been forthcoming, we have learned Cleveland trustees have hired an interim superintendent. Jacob Sherman is a retired school superintendent who has served in an interim capacity for area school districts. Cleveland ISD Spokesperson Stacy Gatlin said school trustees have also reached an agreement to buy out the remainder of Kerry Cowart’s contract. No details of that agreement are available.


Coffee with Candidates: The Dayton Chamber of Commerce will host its 4thAnnual Coffee with the Candidates next Wednesday, February 26, in the Dayton Community Center. The event offers an informal setting to meet and greet some of the candidates running for local offices. It’s a come-and-go event, and light refreshments will be served. For information call the Dayton Chamber at (936) 257 2393.


Edwards Benefit: In November, Cleveland Police Officer Justin Edwards was injured in a traffic accident while on the way to work. Cleveland PD Captain Scott Felts said because Officer Edwards was on the way to work and not officially on duty, the officer is not receiving worker’s compensation, and has a long road to recovery. The Cleveland Police Department along with a number of community members are rallying together to hold a benefit on Saturday, March 1, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Stancil Park in Cleveland. There will be BBQ plates for sale, a live auction, raffle, and more. For raffle tickets or to donate an auction item, call the Cleveland PD at (281) 592 2621.


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