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Daily Radiogram

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Wednesday, January 22, 2020 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 35, No. 14 Wednesday, January 22, 2020
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City Elections: We reported yesterday about the City elections in Liberty and Dayton. Today we look at the Cities of Cleveland, Daisetta, Devers and Hardin. City council member incumbents with expiring terms and eligible challengers are welcome must file at those city halls to be on the May 2nd election ballot. Starting with the City of Cleveland, Council Members with expiring terms are Position 3 Fred Terrell, Position 4 Jennifer Bergman, and Position 5 Danny Lee. At the time of this report no one has filed for any of those spots. The City of Daisetta has Mayor Eric Thaxton, and Council Members Position 1 Cindy Burchfield, Position 3 Don Neyland, and Position 5 Quinn Goodwin with expiring terms. Also on the ballot in Daisetta is a special election to fill the Position 2 unexpired term vacated by Denise May. So far no one in the City of Daisetta has yet filed to run for positions. In Devers, Mayor Steven Horelica and Council Members Mary Clayton, and Jason Weatherford have expiring terms. At news time there have been no sign ups of incumbents nor challengers. Those with expiring terms in the City of Hardin are Position 2 Anthony Landry, Position 3 Rachel Smart, and Position 4 Morris Nelms. A special election for the unexpired term of Harvey Finley-Position 5 will also be on the ballot in Hardin. Deadline to file for a place on the May 2nd School Board or City Council Election ballot is February 14th. Tomorrow we will report on other incorporated towns in Liberty County with Mayor or City Council positions expiring.
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Prosperity Bank: If you have traveled thru Dayton on Highway 90 in the last week you may have noticed the Prosperity Bank being demolished at 106 Main. Terri Bean - Branch Manager for Prosperity Bank-Dayton said an all new building will take the place of the 66 year old building. Ms. Bean said the footprint of the new stone and glass structure will be smaller than the old banking location, Ms. Bean said all services Prosperity has offered will be offered in their new building. During construction Prosperity Bank has a temporary modular building on the West side of the property next to the Hartz’s Chicken. Ms. Bean said the new Prosperity Bank should be ready for occupancy in October of this year.
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Soccer: Get this! The Liberty boys and girls soccer teams were both crowned invitational champions in competition last week. The Liberty Panther boy’s soccer team captured the Hudson Soccer Tournament Championship! Liberty, now with an 8-4 record in the young season, opened tournament play last Thursday by shutting out Lumberton 4-0. Jaime Lopez, Alberto Diaz, Hector Del Rio and Jonathan Juarez all scored for the charges of Coach Joe Roberts. Then on Friday, the Panthers downed Van 3-0 with another great defensive performance led by goalkeeper Jaime Lopez. Liberty returned to Hudson on Saturday to defeat Carthage 2-1. Team Captain Angel Ruiz scored 2 goals in the last 10 minutes to lock down the victory and tournament championship. Panthers Angel Ruiz and Eric Espinosa were named All-Tournament in the Hudson soccer meet. Not to be outdone, the Lady Panthers, with a 5-4 record, concluded their Madisonville Tournament Invitation championship. The Lady Panthers defeated Palestine Westwood 2-0, Navasota 4-0, Madisonville 2-1 and Diboll 2-0. The Panthers Boys and the Lady Panthers both traveled to Winnie yesterday afternoon to face East Chambers. We should have those results soon.
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