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Thursday, January 3, 2019

Thursday, January 03, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 2 Thursday, January 3, 2019
Swearing In Ceremony: It was a packed house yesterday as locally elected officials took the oath of office in the 75th District courtroom at the Liberty County Courthouse. 75th District Judge Mark Morefield was the first to take the oath of office while 253rd District Judge Chap Cain was not present and will take his oath elsewhere. Next, County Judge Jay Knight and County Court at Law Judge Tommy Chambers were both administered their oath. Then, Delia Sellers was sworn in as Liberty County district clerk, and Lee Haidusek-Chambers took her oath for Liberty County clerk. The ceremony continued with the swearing in of County Treasurer Kim Harris, Commissioner Pct. 2 Greg Arthur and Commissioner Pct. 4 Leon Wilson. They were followed by Justice of the Peace Pct 1 Stephen Hebert, JP 4 Larry Wilburn, and JP 6 Ralph Fuller. The other JPs, Ronnie Davis - Pct 2, Cody Parrish - Pct 3, and Wade Brown – Pct 5, each took their oath of office prior to the ceremony. Liberty County Surveyor John Moorman was also sworn in yesterday.
DVFD Fundraiser: The 4th Annual Boots and Bullets Cook Off, Auction and Dance Fundraiser will be held on Saturday, January 26, at the Dayton Community Center. It starts at 7 a.m. with the Gumbo and Chili Cook Off. The dance with live music from the West of the Trinity Band and Southern Breeze starts at 6 p.m. The evening also includes silent and live auctions. Money raised benefits the Dayton Volunteer Fire Department with much-needed training and equipment. For info, call 936-258-7621.
Suicidal Signs: Knowing signs a person is suicidal can prevent a tragedy that is all too common. Licensed Therapist Patti Savage said younger and older people tend to have different ways of expressing their depression. The elderly may internalize their sadness while teens tend to discuss feelings on social media. Whether young or old, Mrs. Savage said when a person begins withdrawing from family and friends and becoming increasingly isolated that is a reliable sign they are becoming suicidal.
Obituaries: Kenneth Brooks Williams, 87, of Liberty. Service 2 p.m. Saturday at North Main Baptist Church of Liberty (F&F). Edna Elizabeth Price, 92, of Daisetta. Service 1 p.m. Saturday at Life Point Church in Daisetta (F&F). Fritz Kornegay, 96, of Conroe, formerly of Dayton. Memorial at a later date (AFS).
*Lake Release: 49,300 CFS – Liberty Bridge 29.13 ASL*


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