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Monday, September 15, 2014

Monday, September 15, 2014, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 29, No. 178 Monday, September 15, 2014

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Whooping Cough: A third-grade student at Liberty Elementary School has been diagnosed with what's commonly referred to as "whooping cough". LES Principal Stacy Cain sent a notice home with students Friday warning parents about that diagnosis. The notice says whooping cough is a contagious bacterial infection that can spread through the air when those infected cough. If not treated, whooping cough can easily spread to others. Health officials say it usually starts like a common cold but worsens over one to two weeks as a cough develops. Children under one year of age are most likely to get very sick if they develop whooping cough. LES students and their family members are encouraged to contact their physician about a vaccine or booster vaccine to protect against this easily transmitted bacterial infection. If you or your doctor has questions, call Dr. Lin with the state health department at 713-767-3000.

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Hurricane Season: Saturday marked the sixth anniversary since Hurricane Ike wreaked havoc along the upper Texas coast. Experts say it's a reminder that those living in hurricane zones should not let their guard down despite a surprisingly minimal amount of tropical storm activity so far this season. Remember, the historical peak of the hurricane season is mid-August to late October. You can find helpful information on planning for a hurricane, along with useful tips for survival and an evacuation kit, on our website - kshn.com. Once there, click on disaster preparedness under the local information tab.

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Conserve Water: The City of Liberty is making a special appeal to residents and businesses to conserve water until further notice. City Manager Gary Broz said a problem has developed with the water well at the Monta Street facility and left that plant unable to keep up with the current demand until repaired. For more information, call the City of Liberty at 936-336-3684.

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Football: The Class 5A Dayton Broncos are 1-2 on the season after dropping their district opener to C.E. King 62-17 Friday night. As for Class 4A Liberty, the Panthers are 0-3 following a non-district loss to Cleveland 23-14. In other Friday night action, New Waverly topped Hardin 33-6. Tarkington shut-out Anahuac 23-0. Crosby bested Barbers Hill 30-7 while East Chambers beat Hamshire-Fannett 33-14. Hull-Daisetta had the week off.

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*Lake Release: 1,000 CFS LibertyBridge: 6.28 ASL*

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