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Daily Radiogram

Thursday March 27, 2014

Thursday, March 27, 2014 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 29, No. 60 Thursday, March 27, 2014


Threat: The Liberty County Sheriff’s Department continues to investigate a threat made against an employee at the Liberty County Courthouse that resulted in a disruption in the workday yesterday morning all around the courthouse square. Sheriffs Capt. Ken DeFoor said a county employee told courthouse security her estranged spouse, took her car, leaving his truck which he said could explode. That brought about a call to the Beaumont Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms office and their explosives unit. They went thorough the truck with their bomb sniffing dog, and determined there were in fact, no explosives in the vehicle. Captain Ken DeFoor said no criminal charges have been filed, but may be pending. 46 year old Jesse McCollough was arrested on a mental warrant and his is under going evaluation at Tri-Co MHMR.


Jubilee: Another big attraction at the Liberty Jubilee celebration each year is the children’s play area featuring rides and games aimed at the youngest Jubilee visitors. The unlimited ride armbands are back. For $20 the armband allows unlimited carnival rides and games tomorrow from noon to midnight and again on Saturday from 9 to 6. Armbands are available now at Liberty City Hall or at the Jubilee tomorrow and Saturday. For information on this weekend’s Jubilee celebration, call Liberty City Hall (936) 336 3684.


Drive One: It’s a super way to help the seniors of both Liberty and Hardin high schools raise money for Project Graduation. BJ Ford is hosting another “Ford Drive one for Your School” event Saturday April 5thfrom 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Liberty High School. With your help, they could raise as much as $4,000 for Liberty plus another $2,000 for Hardin’s Project Graduation.


Hamshire-Fannett Classes: Regular school hours begin today for pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, second grade and Life Skills students. Tomorrow Hamshire-Fannett third-graders will return to class. Those students have been out of class since a fire on March 18 heavily damaged a section of the building. Now, district officials say all required air-quality tests are clear, the facilities have been cleaned and the school is ready for students to return. It will take months to rebuild the worst damage at the elementary building.


*LakeRelease: 1,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 6.53 ASL



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