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Daily Radiogram

Monday, March 3, 2014

Monday, March 03, 2014 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 29, No. 42 Monday, March 3, 2014


Election Day: Tomorrow is Election Day, and registered voters will be casting ballots from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the Republican and Democrat primary races. On the Democrat ballot in Liberty County, there is only one contested local race – that’s for party chair. However, there are a number of contested Republican races. Liberty County Clerk Paulette Williams reminds voters that they will need a photo ID to cast a ballot. If you have questions about where to vote, call the county clerk’s office at 936-336-4670. KSHN will have election returns live from the courthouse starting shortly after polls close tomorrow night.


Chamber Banquet: There was a great turnout Friday night for the 38thAnnual Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet. Highlight was presentation of the Citizen of the Year award for both Liberty and Dayton. This year’s Dayton honoree is Animal Control Officer Mary Cook, recognized for the countless hours she spends after work to help stray animals. Liberty Citizen of the Year is former Liberty County District Attorney Mike Little, who currently serves as Liberty municipal judge. He was honored for his many hours of volunteer service to his church, community and civic organizations.


McDuffie Ineligible: A Democrat candidate for Justice of the Peace in the Cleveland area has been declared ineligible to run in the November General Election. Democrat Party Chair Nancy Archer has been notified by Liberty County Clerk Paulette Williams that Democrat JP Pct 6 candidate Monique McDuffie Brooks voted early in the Republican Primary. Therefore, Brooks is now ineligible to run for that position as a Democrat.


Fatality Wreck: A one-vehicle accident Friday morning claimed the life of a Coldspring man who is the son of a Republican candidate for District 18 state representative. DPS Trooper Chris Cain said Terry Holcomb Jr, 22, was killed in Polk County when his vehicle left the roadway and struck a tree.


LHS Band: The Liberty High School band has earned the cherished sweepstakes award. At Friday’s UIL Concert and Sight-reading Competition, the group earned Division 1 ratings from all three judges. Director Bob Smith and the band’s 60 members also earned top honors back in October in the Class 3A marching contest.


*LakeRelease: 1,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 6.58 ASL






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