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Daily Radiogram

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Wednesday, March 06, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 42 Wednesday, March 6, 2019
Dayton Water Rate: We reported Dayton City Council voted to make some changes to the city’s base water rate during their February 19 meeting. The change is not due to take effect until October. Dayton City Manager Theo Melancon said the change came about after a water rate study by an engineering firm showed industrial and other larger water customers in Dayton were paying the same base rate, even though their meters were far more expensive to install and maintain. He said changing the base rate for water service to reflect larger, more expensive-to-maintain water meters will actually result in lowering the city’s monthly residential water rate by almost $4 a household.
Taylor-Odum Scholarships: Seven local high school seniors have received a combined total of $112,000 in scholarships from the Taylor-Odum Foundation. A Liberty County family established the foundation as a tribute to their parents - Davey Lea Taylor Odum and Doc Odum. Receiving $20,000 four-year scholarships are Presley Blackmon of Tarkington, Devin Ewing of Dayton, Bailey Luke of Hull-Daisetta, Bryce McQueary of Hardin and Kori Tulley of Liberty. The foundation also awarded $6,000 two-year scholarships to Dylan Balch of Hardin and Hayden Cognata of Dayton.
Valley Players Auditions: The Valley Players are holding auditions for their upcoming presentation of The Little Mermaid on Sunday, March 17, at 4 p.m. and again on Monday, March 18, at 6 p.m. That’s in the Humphreys-Burson Theatre, 1710 Sam Houston Street in Liberty. Auditions are for both adults as well as students ages eighth grade and above. Those auditioning are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and be ready to sing, dance and read from a script. For information, call 936-336-5887.
All-District 21-4A: Two Liberty Panthers and two Tarkington Longhorns have been named to the All District 21-4A basketball team. First team all-district honors go to Tarkington Sophomore Blake Ellington. Named to the second team are Liberty seniors JJ Slack and Heath Brown plus Tarkington Junior Trae Deck. A tip of the hat to these four Liberty County athletes.
Obituaries: Robert Eugene Jordan, 72, of Woodville, formerly of Batson. Service 5 p.m. Thursday at Faith & Family.
*Lake Release: 7,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 17.36 ASL*


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