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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Thursday, June 22, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 116 Thursday, June 22, 2017
TS Cindy: Tropical Storm Cindy is expected to dump rains on parts of Southeast Texas today. The biggest threat of heavy rain is along and east of a line from Galveston to Houston to Livingston. The Dayton and Liberty school districts have canceled student activities for today. For all the latest on weather conditions and closings, tune in to KSHN FM 99 or go online to You can also hear KSHN radio on your smart phone with the free app from Tune In Radio.
Rep. Bailes: With the regular session of the Texas legislature ended and lawmakers being called back for a special session next month, first term Dist. 18 State Representative Ernest Bailes said he has learned a lot about state government and looks forward to learning more. As for the Special Legislative Session called by Gov. Greg Abbot, Rep. Bailes said there is no way to predict what will happen when the Texas legislature takes up the governor’s charge to address 20 separate issues starting July 18. Some of the items up for consideration are a sunset bill, property tax reform, voter fraud and annexation.
LML Summer Reading: The Liberty Municipal Library’s free Young Adult Summer Reading Club is under way with five more weeks of activities, entertainment, books and fun ahead. It’s for those in seventh grade through 18 years of age. This year’s theme is “Build a Better World”. In addition to reading, the teens will meet every Wednesday afternoon at 2 for special arts and crafts projects. Teens only need an up-to-date library card to participate, but there is no charge for a card for Texas residents. For info, call the Liberty library at 936-336-8901.
FBC Rededication: The congregation at First Baptist Church of Liberty is holding a rededication service this Sunday at 10:45 a.m. to commemorate the renovation of the church’s sanctuary. First Baptist Church of Liberty was holding services in the activities building while the sanctuary was undergoing renovations. The congregation moved back into the remodeled sanctuary this past weekend. Steve Bean has served as senior pastor of Liberty’s First Baptist Church for nine years. He previously worked as youth minister at the church, also for another nine years. Pastor Bean said everyone is invited to Sunday’s rededication at the church on Main Street in Liberty.
*Lake Release: 2,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 7.58 ASL*


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