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Tuesday March 25, 2014

Tuesday, March 25, 2014, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 29, No. 58 Tuesday, March 25, 2014

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Murder: Dayton Police have arrested William Cooper, 43, charged with murder and tampering with evidence following the early Monday morning death of Zaccheus Thomas age 28. Also charged with tampering with evidence was James Cole, 51, who originally called police and said Thomas had a seizure and fell on a knife.  Zaccheus Thomas was flown to Memorial Herman Hospital where he was pronounced dead. Dayton Police Sgt. John Coleman said the investigation is ongoing.

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Missing Toddler Found: A two-year old boy wandered some two miles from his home on CR 3795 in North Liberty County Sunday afternoon as darkness and rain were moving into the area. Liberty County Sheriff’s Captain Ken DeFoor said a possible tragedy was averted when an attentive passerby spotted the toddler and called authorities. Thanks to that passerby, the boy and his two puppies were returned safely to their home as rain began to fall Sunday evening.

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Roe Honored: Dayton Bronco Kevin Roe is being recognized for his prowess on the baseball field. KHOU Channel 11 is honoring Roe as their Athlete of the Week for his efforts during last week’s two Bronco baseball games. As part of being recognized by KHOU, the television station will video tape this Friday night’s contest versus Crosby. KSHN Radio will be broadcasting both of this week’s Bronco Games against the Crosby Cougars starting with tonight’s game at 6 p.m..

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D-Day Parade: The date is set for the first countywide parade saluting WWII Veterans. The Liberty County “D-Day” Parade will be held June 7thin Liberty, the day after the 70thanniversary of the June 6th, 1944Normandy invasion. Although the  parade is specifically intended to honor World War II vets, military veterans of all ages and all branches of service are urged to take part. Civic organizations, businesses or trail ride clubs who would like to enter a float, ride horses or enter a military vehicle are urged to participate in the parade as well. For information call Mark McClelland at (936) 334 2017 or Sandra Sterling at (936) 336 3716.

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Obituaries: Mamie Evelyn Cox, 90 of Dayton. Service tomorrow at 10 a.m. at First Baptist Church in Dayton.

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*LakeRelease: 1,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 9.68 ASL*

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