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Daily Radiogram

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Tuesday, February 11, 2020 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 35, No. 27 Tuesday, February 11, 2020
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Two Fires: Not one but two, major house fires occurred Sunday night at Moss Buff about ten miles south of Liberty. The first was a mobile home at the corner of County Roads 1335 & 1333, owned by Lightning Sermons. The other was a frame structure said to be about 1200 square feet in size. That one was located on 133 South, across from the old Moss Bluff Fire Department, owner unknown. Neither home was occupied and according Moss Bluff Volunteer Fire Department Chief John Wilson, both were destroyed. Because of a limited access to water the Hull Daisetta and Liberty Fire Departments were summonsed for mutual aid. Moss Bluff Fire Chief Wilson said manpower and water tanker trucks were needed. Chief Wilson told KSHN.com that only minutes after volunteers completed their work of extinguishing the first fire the call went out regarding the second. Both fires are being investigated by County Fire Marshal Bill Hergemueller.
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Dayton Infrastructure: It is no surprise that City of Dayton officials are gearing up for what can only be described as massive growth. While most of the attention in Dayton has been on the need for new and expanded infrastructure, Dayton City Manager Theo Melancon said, on a recent Party Line, the city is not forgetting about the current infrastructure. Mr. Melancon said, at the first of the month, the city began work on current water lines. These new 6 inch water lines will allow the city to put in fire hydrants to areas that have never had hydrants. He said Dayton will continue to plan for the future, but officials promise planning will not come at the expense of current infrastructure needs.
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Candidate Meet and Greet: The Liberty County Republican Party is hosting a Meet and Greet opportunity today from 6 to 8 p.m.. This gathering is being held in the Dayton Community Center. It’s a chance for area residents to visit with GOP candidates who maybe seeking office in the March 3 Primary Election. Republican leaders say candidates for state and local office will have their own tables where the public can stop and visit with them about their priorities and motivations in running for office. Again, that Republican Meet and Greet is tonight from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Dayton Community Center, 801 South Cleveland Street in Dayton.
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LISD Trees: If you have been around one of the Liberty school campuses in the last month you may have noticed the new seedling or saplings trees, planted conspicuously on each campus. LISD Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Cody Abshier told kshn.com these campus tree planting involved many volunteers and some of those were LISD students. Cody Abshier said around 300 trees were planted at district campuses. He went on to say the school is making hundreds of plastic protectors or covers to help protect these seedlings from weed eaters and lawnmowers. Dr. Abshier said these trees will not only help beautify the city, but will also serve as new bird habitats. Dr. Abshier said of the 300 or so trees planted were various hardwoods and as they grow should offer a variety of new looks around the LISD campuses.
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*Lake Release: 6,000 CFS–Liberty Bridge: 11.56 ASL*
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