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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Thursday, June 15, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 111 Thursday, June 15, 2017
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Shooting: The 14-year-old accidentally shot by his brother Monday has died. Information from the Liberty County Sheriff’s Department is the teen died late Tuesday evening. We reported twin boys, age 14, were using a .22 caliber rifle to shoot at a snake they spotted swimming in a drainage ditch. One brother mistakenly shot the other with the rifle. That was on CR 2342 north of Dayton. The child was airlifted to Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston where he underwent surgery, but he was pronounced dead there Tuesday. Liberty County Sheriff’s Department Captain Ken Defoor said there is an investigation; however, at this time, they do not anticipate any charges being filed. He also said the young man was an organ donor.
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Liberty City Council: At their meeting Tuesday, Liberty City Council spent about 45 minutes in executive session before returning to open session and voting to cancel Liberty’s wastewater-treatment contract with the City of Hardin. That cancellation is slated to take place on July 1 of the year 2022. Liberty City Manager Gary Broz said the five-year period was decided on by council to give Hardin a reasonable amount of time to fix their sewer system.
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Chamber Luncheon: The Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce’s monthly noon luncheon is next Wednesday, June 21, in the Liberty Center at City Hall. Chamber President Mary Anne Campbell said this month’s speaker is Rosanna Kallay - chamber board member and owner of Mont Belvieu Urgent Care. She will discuss creating success. The Subway catered meal is $10. For reservations, call the Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber during business hours at 936-336-5736.
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Babin: U.S. Rep. Brian Babin of Woodville encourages residents of District 36 to contact one of his offices if they need help with any federal-related issue. Congressman Babin’s district includes Liberty and Chambers counties. Rep. Babin said his offices includes congressional caseworkers trained to help people with government problems, such as Social Security, Medicare, veterans’ benefits, IRS, immigration and FEMA issues. His Woodville office as well as his part-time office in Cleveland can be reached by calling 844-303-8934. You can link to his official website from kshn.com.
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*Lake Release: 13,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 18.38 ASL*
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