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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Thursday, June 01, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 101 Thursday, June 1, 2017
Resignation: The Hardin school board has accepted the resignation of Superintendent Brandon Peavey. That decision came during a specially called meeting Tuesday night. Hardin school board president Cody Parrish said the board has hired former superintendent Bob Parker as the district’s interim top administrator in Hardin. He is set to begin work for the district immediately. On May 24, Brandon Peavey was named the lone finalist for the superintendent’s position at the Class 4A Bridgeport school district north of Fort Worth.
Fire: As we reported, the fast-food establishment Whataburger on US 90 in Liberty, has been described by firefighters as a total loss. The City of Liberty Fire Department responded to a report of fire around 5:30 a.m. yesterday. Liberty Assistant Fire Chief Steven Grimm said firefighters arrived to heavy smoke pouring out of the building with a minimal fire coming out of the west side drive through and roof area. Fire Chief Brian Hurst said the fire started above the office area and appears to be electrical in origin. No injuries were reported, but the inside was destroyed.
Arrest: Liberty County Sheriffs Department Captain Ken Defoor reports a man riding a motorcycle with a young child has been arrested. At approximately 4:30 pm Tuesday evening, Cpl. James Hobson arrested Anthony Braddick Welsh age 30, at his Liberty County residence on CR 2224 on an outstanding traffic warrant from the Deer Park Police Department. Cpl. Hobson is presently contacting possible witnesses to this motorcycle event and developing information that could possibly lead to a more serious charge. Anthony Welsh has been turned over to the Deer Park Police Department on the outstanding traffic warrant.
Hebert: A highly respected local businessman has been honored once again, this time for his many years of business service to the community. John Hebert Sr. of Hebert Chevron Distributing was honored yesterday for his 60 years with what started as Gulf Oil and is now known as Chevron.
Obituaries: Stephen “Gene” Austin, 81 of Moss Hill. Service Friday 10 .m. at Pace Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton. Seth Humphrey, 73 of Double Bayou. Service Friday 2 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Anahuac (PM).
*Lake Release: 8,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 12.74 ASL*


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