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Daily Radiogram

Friday, August 15, 2014

Friday, August 15, 2014 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 29, No. 158 Friday, August 15, 2014


Devers Property Values: Liberty County Chief Appraiser Alan D. Conner said property values in the Devers school district are up overall, driven by a 10 percent rise in mineral values. The chief appraiser said the top taxpayers in the Devers ISD are all mineral related. Alan Conner said Devers ISD did experience a big drop in personal property values, which fell from $9.84 million last year to $2.5 million in 2014. Mr. Conner said that is related to equipment that was moved to neighboring Hardin County and is now on the tax roles there.


LISD Bus: In addition to the process technology and electrical courses provided at Liberty High School by Lee College of Baytown, LISD is sponsoring a bus to Lee College so students will have an opportunity to take some dual credit courses on the Lee campus. To learn more, call Liberty High at (936) 336 6483.


Bronco Tickets: A reminder, today is the last day Dayton Broncos' season tickets will be on sale for all Bronco fans who had season tickets last year. Starting this coming Monday, tickets for other Bronco fans interested in season seats will be available. A season ticket is for one seat at each of Dayton's home games. That four-game package costs $24. According to DISD officials, season-ticket holders get to select the location of their stadium seat based on what's available and are guaranteed that seat for each home game. All tickets purchased at the Bronco stadium gate by adults or students will be general admission only at a price of $6.


DaytonEmployees: The City of Dayton held their annual Employee Appreciation Luncheon Banquet Thursday at noon with presentation of awards recognizing those employees who have served the city the longest. City Manager David Douglass said the city employee at the top of the list has 40 years on the job is Dayton Fire Chief Terry Boyett.


Obituaries: Irene Laura Kerr, 94 of Liberty. Service tomorrow 11 a.m. at First Baptist Church of Liberty. James Robert Domain, 55 of Ames. Service 11 a.m. tomorrow at Mt. Rose Missionary Baptist Church of Liberty. John Autrey, 66 of Dayton. Memorial service will be held tomorrow from 4-6 p.m. at Dayton Community Center.


*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS Liberty Bridge: 5.99 ASL*



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