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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, February 13, 2020

Thursday, February 13, 2020 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 35, No. 29 Thursday, February 13, 2020
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Fire: The investigation intensifies by the Liberty County Fire Marshals office as house fire number three and four occurred today since Sunday night in the Lake Granada area of Moss Bluff. Around 10:30 Tuesday night dispatchers alerted the Moss Bluff Volunteer Fire Department of a house fire on County Road 133 South. According to Moss Bluff Fire Chief John Wilson, it was a mobile home thought to be 14 by 65 feet in size with a nearby 12 by 20 outbuilding. Then today another building on the same property burned not far from last nights. All were destroyed but Chief Wilson said, for the 4th time, the dwellings were unoccupied and had been empty for a longtime. Two others burned Sunday night on which we already reported. Due to a lack of fire hydrants in Moss Bluff, mutual-aid was requested again from both the Hull Daisetta and Liberty Fire Departments for manpower and water tankers. Fire Marshal Bill Herguemueller told KSHN.com all 4 are of suspicious origin. Moss Bluff Fire Chief John Wilson, obviously frustrated, said these fires have taken up a lot of volunteer manpower and lots of wear and tear on expensive equipment plus, because of the rough terrain, there is the risk of injury to courageous volunteers. These men and women, work full time jobs and then, without pay, serve their communities as volunteer firefighters. Fire Marshal Hergumueller asks if anyone knows anything that may lead to discovery of the cause of these fires please call the Sheriff’s Department.
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Michelle Mangum-Merendino: Michelle Mangum-Merendino is one of five candidates for the newly created County Court at Law #2 for Liberty County. While on a recent Party Line program Michelle Merendino said diversity and work ethic makes her the right person for this newly created County Court at Law #2. Michelle Mangum Merendino is on the ballot along with Zack Zbranek, Wesley Hinch, Farrah Harper, and Terry Bacon. Early voting begins Tuesday February 18th through Friday February 28th. That early voting is at four locations - the Jack Hartel Community Building in Liberty, the Dayton Community Center, the Hardin City Hall and the Cleveland Civic Center. On Election Day voting is 7 to 7 Tuesday, March 3rd.
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LISD Soccer: Both the Liberty Boys and Girls Varsity Soccer teams entered District Play last Friday and now, after two games, both squads are 1-1 where it counts. The guys opened district 21-4A Friday with a tough 3-0 loss to the Huffman Falcons. Also Friday the Lady Panthers dropped their district opener to the Lady Falcons, 2-1. Panther Soccer Coach Joe Roberts said both squads rallied Tuesday in a big way. The Lady Panthers started the evening with a shut out district win over Anahuac, 6-0. The Liberty guys then followed with a scoreboard show of their own in district play, and also versus Anahuac, winning - get this - 15-1. In boy’s varsity soccer, Junior Jonathan Juarez scored, what is known in Soccer, as a hat trick, scoring three goals in one game. Not to be outdone Sophomore Ricardo Garcia also racked up a hat trick - plus one. Four goals in just under 15 minutes of play for the Liberty boys. Now with a 11-6 won-loss record and 1-1 in League play the Liberty Panthers are on the road to Splendora tomorrow at 5 for JV and a 7 pm varsity start. The Lady Panthers now 7-5 overall, 1-1 in district - will be at home tomorrow hosting Splendora with a 6 pm kick.
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*Lake Release: 7,000 CFS–Liberty Bridge: 12.02 ASL*
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