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October 2007

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Sales Tax Deduction: The Sales Tax Deduction allowed for Texans since 2004 on federal income tax returns, is set to expire at the end of this year. US Congressman Kevin Brady said he is hopeful the deduction will be extended. Texas Comptroller Susan Comb’s staff and Congressman Kevin Brady are meeting with members of Congress Nov. 6th in hopes of bolstering support for the law’s extension. Brady added he is continuing to try and get the law made permanent for not only Texas, but also 6 other states that do not have a state income tax.

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Academy Grads: 13 area residents will graduate Sunday from the Liberty County Sheriff’s Department sponsored Law Enforcement Academy. The new police officers, who have all passed the state exam are Jeanne Birdwell, Jennifer Bowles, Leslie Brown, Elvin Hayes, Brian Hurst, Daniel Jackson, Steven Lunceford, Samuel Marks, Kimberly Rodden, Mark Teague, Mark Templeton, Spencer Templeton and Bobby Thurman. Academy Coordinator Captain Billy Tidwell said the state requires 618 hours of instruction, while the local academy provides 749 hours, increasing firearms training and Spanish.

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Traffic Alert: Streets across the country tonight will be filled with Pirates and Princesses, Ghosts and Goblins, scurrying from house to house in search of treats. Dayton Police Chief Pete Douzat, along with other law enforcement agencies, is urging motorists to take extra precautions this evening. Little spooks tend to get really excited about the prospect of more candy, and traffic is not always their top priority. Slow down, look twice or more and watch out for kids. Help make sure its treats for all.

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Congressional Staff: A representative from Congressman Ted Poe’s office will be at the Liberty Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce office Nov. 15th from 9 am until 10 AM. This is an opportunity for those who have questions, comments or problems related to the federal government to bring them to the attention of a representative of the Congressmen’s.

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Funerals: Pat Neff Willis, 84 of Magnolia. Graveside services 1 PM Friday at Splendora City Cemetery.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 2,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 7.30 ASL*

Volume 22 NO. 210 TUESDAY OCTOBER 30TH, 2007

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Two Kids Hurt: DPS reports indicate Virginia Nelson of Livingston and her two kids were going south on Hwy. 146 about 13 miles north of Moss Hill yesterday morning when a deer ran in front of their truck. The wreck was caused when the driver took evasive action. The children, Alexys Nelson, age 2, and Saul Estrada, 7 were both taken to Hermann Memorial Hospital in Houston by Life Flight Air Ambulance. The older child is believed to have serious injuries.

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Feel the Sting: The 8-1 Hardin Hornets have already secured a place in the state 2-A playoffs, with their last game of the season against the undefeated East Chambers Buccaneers still to come. This Friday the Hornets have the week off giving them an extra week to prepare for what is sure to be a playoff caliber contest November 9th in Winnie.

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Scammers and Seniors: The Better Business Bureau of Southeast Texas reports numerous complaints from seniors who have been the victim of scam artists targeting that demographic. Beware of “today” only offers, and high-pressure tactics. Ask for the full name, address, and phone number of the business as well as references. If the salesperson refuses to provide that information or insists on an immediate decision, close the door, hang up the phone or rip up the offer. The BBB advises get information from those who solicit and verify the business’ credentials before making any decisions.

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Medicare Part “D”: Open enrollment for Medicare Part “D” or prescription drug coverage starts November 1st and continues through December 31st. David Bauman with the Beaumont Office of Social Security, said the premiums should stay at $25 a month in 2008. Contact Medicare at 800-663-4227 or visit the web site at www.medicare.gov.

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Halloween Treats: Several local churches are offering an alternative to door to door trick or treating tomorrow night. North Main Baptist Church, Liberty - Family Fall Festival. Calvary Baptist on FM 1960 in Dayton - Fall Festival. First Baptist Dayton, Fall Festival for kids 1st – 6th grades. Trinity Baptist in Dayton, Fall Festival. Hardin Baptist Fall Festival for kids through the 6th grade. Friendly costumes only please.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 3,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 7.19 ASL*

Volume 22 NO. 209 monDAY OCTOBER 29TH, 2007

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Tax Assessor/Collector Mark McClelland said Liberty County residents will soon receive their 2007 property tax statements. Penalties and interest on any unpaid amount starts at 7% after January 31st 2008. Even if you cannot pay the full amount before that date, it is best to pay as much as possible to reduce penalties plus attorney fees. Those who have not received a tax statement in the next few weeks should call the Tax Office in Liberty at 936-336-4636 or 281-593-8415 in Cleveland.

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Residents within the Dayton City Limits will vote on a three- proposition bond issue on November 6th to fund a new library and community center. Early voting is going on now through November 2nd at Dayton City Hall weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. A ballot can be brought out to the vehicles of disabled voters. Next Thursday’s 8:30 a.m. All Nine Party Line program on KSHN will be dedicated to discussion of this issue.

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To check the State Comptroller’s Unclaimed Property List on line, go to www.kshn.com and click on the link to the Comptroller’s Office web site on our cover page.

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Local Physician Dr. Steven Ellerbe said the so-called “superbug”-MRSA- does not need to be feared as greatly as some regional and national media have portrayed. Dr. Ellerbe said the bacterial staph infection is resistant to the usual antibiotics and occurs most frequently among patients who undergo invasive medical procedures or those with weakened immune systems. It rarely causes significant problems among the general healthy population. Dr. Ellerbe said basic hand washing and sanitary conditions are the best prevention.

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Football Results: Dayton beat Beaumont Central 20 to 0. Liberty lost to Splendora with one second on the clock 24 to 21. It was Hardin over Kountze 36 to 22. Hull-Daisetta 47, Sabine Pass 6. Cleveland beat Shepherd37 to 34. Coldspring 59, Tarkington 18. Barbers Hill took down Huffman 47 to 0.

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Funerals: Dorothy Jean Young,71, of Dayton, Services held Saturday. ** William Franklin Glover, 67, of Moss Hill, Services held Saturday. Margie Nell Griffin, 77, of Liberty. Services 2 p.m. Tuesday at Allison Funeral Service.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 2,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 13.12 ASL*

Volume 22 NO. 208 FRIDAY OCTOBER 26TH, 2007

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Grave Vandalism: Late Wednesday night, an arrest was made in the desecration of Marine Lance Corporal Jeremy Burris’ grave. Liberty Police Chief Mike Cummings said two charges have been leveled against Wallace Ray DeBlanc, criminal mischief, and criminal theft, both state jail felony charges, punishable by 180 days up to 2 years in jail. Karla Burris, mother of the fallen marine said her family held no ill will toward DeBlanc, and were thankful the issue has been resolved.

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Person of Interest: Liberty Co. Sheriff Greg Arthur said their investigation of the murder case of Thomas Weigner, of the Cleveland area has developed leads, and a few persons of interest. Weigner was killed in August of last year, when he was shot at his home, bleeding to death for lack of medical attention. The intruders, who may have been looking for money, bound him and his family, leaving them with no way to call for help for several hours until one escaped their bonds. During the investigation, Weigner was connected to a large dog-fighting ring that spans the country, and even goes international.

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Safe Halloween: Next Wednesday, lots of little ghosts and goblins will be out in search of treats. The National Safety Council reminds parents to choose costumes made of fire retardant materials. They should not be so long that they create a tripping hazard. If kids will be out after dark, make sure their costumes are made of light colored materials, and use reflective strips or patches. Use care when using a mask, they can obstruct a child’s vision, experts say Halloween make up is best. Also, once again, the Liberty Dayton Community Hospital is offering to x-ray goodies, free of charge. Be on the safe side, bring the treats to the ER’s new location off Magnolia Street.

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Funerals: Donald Ray Corely, 66 of Saratoga. Services Sunday at 11 AM at First Baptist Church in Saratoga. Ethel Marie Williamson, 86. Graveside services 10 AM Saturday at Moss Hill Community Cemetery. G.A. Glenn, 80. Graveside services 2 PM today at Guedry Cemetery in Batson.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 2,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 13.12 ASL*

Volume 22 NO. 207 THURSDAY OCTOBER 25TH, 2007

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Reward Offered: A reward fund has been established for tips leading to the arrest of those who destroyed the flags, posters and flowers that adorned the grave of fallen Marine Jeremy Burris. The Liberty Police Department, KSHN Radio and others have heard from citizens across Liberty County wanting to contribute to a reward fund. Contributions may be made to the Jeremy Burris Reward Fund at FLNB, Liberty or Dayton. The reward will be paid on arrest and criminal indictment. If for any reason the reward is not paid, the money will become a part of a Lance Corporal Jeremy Burris Scholarship Fund.

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TVE Auction Record: The Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center has confirmed, this year’s TVE Youth Livestock Auction total, including the add-ons, is a new all time record at $265,330, topping last year by more than $82,0000.

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Horses Killed: Two miniature horses, wandering on FM 1960 west of Dayton early yesterday morning, were struck and killed. DPS Trooper Chad Blackburn said none of the drivers were injured, and no citations were issued.

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Humberto Loans: Low interest disaster loans through the Small Business Administration are available for people in Liberty and Chambers Counties whose property was damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Humberto. These loans are available for homeowners, renters, businesses, and private and non-profit organizations. Applications are being accepted through December 21st. For more information call 1 800 659 2955.

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Dayton RR Crossing: Work is expected to begin in Mid February to repair the railroad crossing on U.S. 90 in Dayton. Mark Shepherd, Public Information Officer for Texas Department of Transportation said the damage is the result of old culverts collapsing under the road. Those will be replaced with newer box type culverts. Once work begins it should take from 30-90 days, weather and traffic permitting.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 9,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 12.89 ASL*

Volume 22 NO. 206 WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24TH, 2007

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Fatal Collision: Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper Eric Hauck said the driver of an 18 wheel tractor trailer rig failed to stop at the train tracks crossing FM 2830. The cab of the truck was struck by a westbound freight train killing the driver. Justice of the Peace Ronnie Davis ordered an autopsy. The driver was taken to the Jefferson County Morgue. There are flashing lights at that crossing, but no crossing arms.

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Commissioners Court: For decades, Liberty County Attorney Jack Hartel has been allowed a private law practice he maintained from the office of County Attorney to supplement the income that elected office provides. Yesterday, Liberty County Commissioners voted to no longer allow that as of Dec. 31st, 2008 the end of the current term. That allows time for discussion on what compensation will be paid for that position now that the private practice income will no longer be allowed. Commissioners also approved 4 of 9 salary increases. The County Treasurers Office, Department of Public Safety Clerk, Maintenance Technicians, and Deputy Constables pay increases were all approved. Those go into effect immediately.

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Dayton Shopping Center: On Tuesday, the Dayton Chamber of Commerce held groundbreaking ceremonies at the Dayton Shopping Center where owner Arbajahn Singh is adding more than 6,000 square feet of tenant space. When the expansion is complete, Mr. Singh said four more businesses would be housed on the westside of the center where the Vineyard, Pappy’s BBQ and others are located. He said those would include office spaces and a carry out sandwich shop.

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Hardin Principal: A longtime campus principal in the Hardin School District has announced plans to retire. Richard Oakes has been the principal at Hardin Elementary for the past 15 years. He will step down at the end of the 2007-2008 school year. Hardin Superintendent Bob Parker said the district would post the vacancy early next year.

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Funerals: Lacey Boudreaux-McKnight, 18, of Huffman, Services at 2 p.m. tomorrow at 1st Baptist Church in Dayton. ** Vernon Dwight “Pee Wee” Turner, 82, of Anahuac, Services at 10 a.m. today at 1st Baptist Church in Anahuac.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 9,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 11.82 ASL*

Volume 22 NO. 205 tuesDAY OCTOBER 23rd, 2007

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Buddy Craig Hearing: Yesterday morning, round 2 in the pre-trial hearing of former Liberty County Maintenance Supervisor Buddy Craig got under way. In an interesting turn, those in the courtroom learned District Attorney Mike Little had presented the case against Craig to the grand jury this month, and they indicted him for a second time. During the first pre-trial hearing, the contention was the grand jury in the first indictment was tainted. Craig’s attorney James Evans indicated the reason had to do with former Liberty Co. Treasurer Winn Skidmore, who was on the first grand jury, however never, made the reasons clear. DA Little said this new indictment then removes the question of Winn Skidmore, what ever that may be.

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Early Voting: Early voting for the November 6th State Constitutional Amendment Election is underway now during regular business hours at the Liberty County Courthouse and the Cleveland Annex through Nov. 2nd. Voters have their choice of electronic or paper ballots. Call 936-336-3670 or 281-593-8414 for voter information.

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Dayton Band: Dayton Bronco Band Director Betty Woods said 83 members of the marching band received the highest possible score at last Saturday’s competition at Little Cypress Mauriceville High School. A top finish in the Area Marching Competition at Galena Park later this week gives them a berth in the State 4-A Marching Band Finals.

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Recycling Day: The City of Liberty is planning a recycling day on Saturday November 17th from 9 a.m. to noon in the Liberty City Hall parking lot. Residents are urged to start saving up school and office paper, newspapers, magazines, junk mail, aluminum soda and metal food cans, plastic bottles and other recyclable materials. Volunteers and sponsors are also needed. Call Liberty City Hall at 936-336-3684.

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Funerals: Hazel D. Nelson Smith, 93, of Beaumont, Services at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Pace Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton. ** Dr. Willeford Norris Taff, 81, of Cleveland, Services at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Westside Church of Christ in Cleveland. ** Rose Osbolt, 92, of Liberty, Services at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Liberty. **

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*LAKE RELEASE: 9,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 10.62 ASL*

Volume 22 NO. 204 MONDAY OCTOBER 22ND, 2007

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Fatality Accident: Lacy Sharee McKnight, 18, of Huffman died in a one-vehicle accident around 1:20 a.m. Sunday on C.R. 615 four miles west of Dayton. The driver, 22-year-old Travis Kyle Coble, was taken to a Houston hospital via air ambulance. DPS Cpl. Sean Cheshire said the department is investigating the possibility that alcohol was a contributing factor in the wreck. Neither the driver nor the passenger were wearing seatbelts, and both were ejected from the late-model pickup truck.

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TVE Auction Totals: When the hammer fell for the final time on Friday’s TVE Youth Livestock Auction, the sale total had climbed to what could be an all-time record. Including “add-on” donations the sale totaled $265,330. C and L Vacuum of Daisetta was this year’s volume buyer, spending $26,699. Joseph Mitchell’s Grand Champion Market Steer sold to a group including Chapman A/C for $15,500. Murphy Energy bought Calli Woerner’s Reserve Champion Steer for $9,500.

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Death Penalty: DA Mike Little said he doesn’t believe any local cases are likely to be affected by the U. S. Supreme Court’s decision to review lethal injection as a method of execution. The High Court has already issued two stays of execution to Texas death row inmates, which could be the start of a statewide hold on executions until the Supreme Court rules on whether lethal injection is inhumane. The DA said there is currently only one person from Liberty County on death row. Nelson Wayne Mooney was sentenced to die in 1987 for the capital murder of 63-year-old Raymond Garner of Houston.

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Football Results: Dayton beat LCM 49 to 13 Friday night. Liberty lost to Cleveland 20 to 14. Hardin suffered their first season loss to Buna, 49 to 32. Hull-Daisetta defeated Evadale 26 to 9. Tarkington lost to Splendora 49 to 21. Smiley got past Barbers Hill 49 to 46.

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Funerals: Cal Hugh Kelly, 72, of Beaumont, Services at 2 p.m. Wednesday at 1st United Methodist Church in Beaumont. ** Richard “Rick” Daniels Jr., 49, of Dayton, Services at 2 p.m. today at Pace Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton. ** Marion Middleton Crow, 90, of Batson, Services at 2 p.m. tomorrow at 1st Baptist Church in Hull. **

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*LAKE RELEASE: 7,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 9.45 ASL*

Volume 22 NO. 203 FRIDAY OCTOBER 19TH, 2007

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Vandalism: Sometime Wednesday night or Thursday morning, thugs got into the closed Cooke Memorial Cemetery and vandalized the grave site of Lance Corporal Jeremy W. Burris, killed in combat in Iraq October 8th, who was laid to rest Tuesday. Flowers, flags, and posters were torn apart and left strewn around a wide area. One lady quietly going about the work of cleaning up the damage, said, we can’t let the family see this. From time to time, they would find a single undamaged flower and laid it carefully on the grave. A poster, the apparent work of a small child, said to the fallen marine, thank you for your service. That poster lay mutilated on the ground.

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TVE Results: Market Steer: Grand Champ. Joseph Mitchell. *3rd year in a row* Res. Champ. Calli Woerner. Commercial Heifer: Grand Champ. Wesley Walker. Res. Champ. Kelly Neuman.

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Livestock Auction: Today at 12:30, the TVE Youth Livestock Auction gets underway in the TVE Arena with Auctioner Ed Philips. 20 steers, 20 commercial heifers, 40 swine, 10 pens of rabbits, 5 lambs, 15 goats, 10 pens of broilers, and 6 home economics items will all be sold at today’s auction. KSHN will broadcast the sale of the Grand and Reserve Champions.

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Dayton School Board: Tuesday night, the Dayton School board authorized the auction of what is described as miscellaneous discarded or unused items from the district. Assistant Superintendent Doug Copeland said there would be something for everyone, from tricycles to old concrete light poles from Bronco Stadium. Copeland said more details would be available as the sale date gets closer.

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Weekend Football: The University of Texas Longhorns take on the Baylor Bears tomorrow. Our pre-game show starts at 10:30 AM with kick off at 11:30 AM. Then on Sunday, the Tennessee Titans come to Houston to battle the Texans. Our broadcast starts with the noon kick off.

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Funerals: Velma Estelle Bates Freeman, 71 of Baton Rouge. Graveside services at 11 AM Saturday at Hardin Chapel Cemetery in Hardin.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 4,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 11.15 ASL*

Volume 22 NO. 202 thursday OCTOBER 18TH, 2007

****************************************************Drug Bust: Chambers County Sheriff Joe LaRive said a call from the Pearland PD tipped his department to marijuana being transported through Chambers County. A truck and 6 horse trailer was stopped on FM 563, and approximately 150 pounds of marijuana was found in the horse trailer. The Chambers Liberty County Narcotics Task Force set up what is called a controlled delivery of the narcotics to their original destination in Raywood with the driver of the truck, Sheldon Cummings, making the delivery. In Raywood, former Hull Daisetta School Board member Alfred Fontenot was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana. The amount seized makes that charge a Class 2 felony. He was released Monday from the Liberty County jail after his attorney posted bond.

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High Speed Chase: Yesterday afternoon a man with an apparent history of attempting to flee police, led Liberty Co. Deputy’s on another chase, this time through Dayton. The truck driven by Travis Crump wrecked behind the Brookshire Brothers store in Dayton. The suspect then jumped out of the vehicle, and attempted a foot chase. He was tackled by several deputies, and according to Chief Deputy Don Neyland, the struggle continued for about 2 minutes. Travis Crump is the person suspected of assaulting Liberty Police Officer Aaron Venegas last month before fleeing from officers in the woods off of FM 563.

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TVE Results: Market Lamb – Grand Champ. Misty Vidrine. Res. Champ. Brittney Boyd. Market Broilers – Grand Champ. Rachel Arnold. Res. Champ. Ashley May. Market Swine Grand Champ. Michael Dubois Res. Champ. Trace Woerner. Market Rabbits – Grand Champ. Catherine Till. Res. Champ. Blake Richardson. Market Goats – Grand Champ. Baylee Lott. Res. Champ. Stoney Burk.

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Little Cypress Mauriceville. Smiley @ Barbers Hill.

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Funerals: Floyd Speights Sr., 73 of Hankamer. Services 1 PM Saturday St. Mary’s Baptist Church – Hankamer. Carolyn Whitehead Wilson, 51 of Dayton. Services 10 AM tomorrow Pace-Stancil in Dayton.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 6,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 10.62 ASL*

Volume 22 NO. 201 WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17TH, 2007

****************************************************Murder Conviction: DA Mike Little said it took a jury in the 253rd District Court just ten minutes to find 26-year-old Victor Rosser II guilty of murdering a Baytown man- Brian Allen Blackshear- in March of this year. That same jury sentenced the Dayton man to 99 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. The DA said Victor Rosser would have to serve at least 30 years behind bars before reaching parole eligibility. Assistant DA Ann Streight prosecuted the case against Rosser.

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TVE Events: The 99th Annual Trinity Valley Exposition is officially in full swing. Today’s events include the opening day parade, swine and goat judging, the exhibition hall opens and the first night of the PRCA Rodeo. Advance rodeo tickets are available at FLNB Dayton and Liberty, Baskins and Tractor Supply both in Liberty, Thrif-Tee Food Center in Dayton and Security State Bank in Anahuac. Advance rodeo tickets include gate admission. The carnival is open from 11 AM to Midnight today. Gate admission is $ 4 for adults, $2 for students and seniors. Kids 4 and under are free. Parking is $3. For information on any TVE Event, call 336-7455.

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Dayton City Council: During their Monday night meeting, Dayton City Council rejected a bid from Cowboy Asphalt Company for paving work on Ford Avenue. City Manager David Douglas told council members that same company was responsible for the paving on Sterling St. and the results were, in his words, “much less than satisfactory”. Since that was the only bid received on the Ford Ave. paving job, Council agreed to re-bid the project in hopes of attracting bids from other companies.

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SNAP: Next Monday, the Spay and Neutering Assistance Program makes it’s 3rd trip to Liberty County. They will be at the Peoples Building Center parking lot in Dayton. The program is offered on a first come first served basis, so it’s best to arrive early. The SNAP van will arrive at 8 AM next Monday. For more information call 713 862 3869 or link to the “SNAP” web site from www.kshn.com.

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Flags: The period of mourning is officially over and it is now appropriate to raise flags that were lowered in honor of Lance Corporal Jeremy Burris back to full staff.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 6,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 9.67 ASL*

Volume 22 NO. 200 TUESDAY OCTOBER 16TH, 2007

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The case of Victor Rosser II of Dayton is expected to go before a jury in the 253rd District Court today. Rosser-26- has been on trial since Monday of last week for the murder of Brian Allen Blackshear at the home of Rosser’s mother on CR# 6474 in the West Woodland Hills Subdivison in March of this year. The state rested their case yesterday and defense testimony began. Autopsy results showed Brian Blackshear of Baytown was shot once and stabbed several times.

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The Dayton Chamber of Commerce is looking for a new organization logo and will award $500 for the best design. The contest is open to professional and non-professional designers of all ages. The contest runs through December 21st. For more information contact the Dayton Chamber at 257-2393.

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The Trinity Valley Exposition Kiddie Trail Ride, kicks off Wednesday morning with a hot breakfast for the riders at 8 AM, and pulls out at 9 AM. This year, the ride starts on Governor’s Road, FM 1011. The trail riders will meet in the pasture across from BJ Services on Hwy. 146 north of Liberty. To get into the pasture turn left onto FM 1011, take the first gate to the left. Riders can bring their own horse, which must have a negative coggins test, or ride on one of the provided hay wagons.

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Funerals: Mary Jannise King, 94 of Anahuac. Services today at 2 PM at Our Lady of Light Catholic Church in Anahuac. Lydia Bernice Bagby, 72 of Anahuac. Services 10 AM tomorrow at Our Lady of Light Catholic Church in Anahuac. ** Lela Calline “Callie” Havard, 21, of Cleveland, Services at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Pace Stancil Funeral Home in Cleveland. **

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*LAKE RELEASE: 4,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 9.51 ASL*

Volume 22 NO. 199 MONDAY OCTOBER 15TH, 2007

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Two Killed: DPS Trooper Chad Blackburn said April Bass-29, Cleveland lost control of her car Friday night on SH105.. It slid sideways and into an oncoming pick up truck. She was dead at the scene. Two women were in the truck- Latosha Hineman, 26, also of Cleveland and Lela Havard, 21 of Splendora were airlifted to Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston. Ms. Havard died there and Ms. Hineman is being treated for injuries.

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Marine Comes Home: The estimated time of arrival for the motorcade bearing the body of Lance Corporal Jeremy Burris is around 12:30pm today. Citizens in Dayton and Liberty are invited to show their respect for the Marine along the route, FM 1960, 321 & US 90 to Liberty. Following Tuesday’s 11 a.m. services at Cornerstone Church on the 146 Bypass in Liberty, the funeral procession will go south to US 90, then west to Main St., from Main to Marshall, then west to Jefferson Drive. From there the procession will pass Liberty High School and Middle School to Cooke Cemetery on Lakeland Drive for burial.

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Devers School lock down Liberty Co. Sheriff Greg Arthur said Jeremy Robinette-21 of Raywood was jailed Friday for having a weapon and ammunition near the Devers School campus. The sight of the armed man caused administrators to lock down the campus briefly. A letter was sent home with students.

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The trial of Victor Rosser II 26, of Dayton accused of the stabbing, shooting death of Brian Allen Blackshear continues today in 253rd District Court. Prosecutors say Rosser killed the Baytown man at the home of Rosser’s mother in March.

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Friday night football action saw Liberty lose in the last two seconds to Coldspring 45 to 43. Dayton crushed Vidor 30 to 0. Hardin squeaked by Anahuac 42 to 41. Hull- Daisetta over High Island 55 to 0. It was Barbers Hill topped New Caney 25 to 20.

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TVE Baby Parade judges picked the Looney Tunes Float as the best over all. Then they said the Tweety Bird portrayal on that float by one-year old Emma Stokes was the best performance. 24 separate entries was the best parade turnout in several years.

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Funerals:PaulEdward Mayo, 70-Cleveland, Services were Sat.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 4,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 9:40 ASL*

Volume 22 NO. 198 FRIDAY OCTOBER 12TH, 2007

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A child, approximately 2 years old identified as T.J. was found in the middle of FM 160 near CR. 183 in Raywood yesterday afternoon by area resident Connie Chesney. She said, at first she thought it was a dog, but quickly realized it was toddler standing in the middle of the roadway. Information is the boy was left at a nearby home while the mother was working on a community service requirement. While the caretaker slept, the child wandered into the roadway. Liberty Co. Sheriffs Sgt. Bubba Pearson said he might turn over the results from his investigation to the grand jury to consider charges.

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Funeral services for Lance Corporal Jeremy W. Burris, 22 of Liberty will be Tuesday morning. To allow members of the community to pay tribute to this fallen Marine, the procession will leave the church on the bypass, going south to US 90. Turning west to Main Street and finally north on Main to Cooke Memorial Cemetery on Lakeland drive. When we have the detail on the time of arrival to Bush Intercontinental and the procession from there through Dayton and Liberty, we will announce that for any public display the community may have. Several plans are being coordinated through Allison Funeral Home and will be announced as soon as they are complete.

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Wednesday night the Trinity Valley Exposition gathered to feed their volunteers and sponsors in the arena, and honor some very special team players. Strong TVE supporters Brady and Richelle Hanson, owners of Dayton Lease Service took on a huge job to improve the fair grounds, at their own expense. Wednesday night, the TVE Board presented the Hansons with a token of the boards gratitude, a plaque thanking them for their generosity. Brady Hanson said next year he plans on upgrading the parking area and roads, and anyone who wants to pitch in is welcome.

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A public open house for the Liberty Co. Sheriff’s Departments new evidence processing lab is set for Tuesday October 23rd.

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Funerals: Lance Corporal Jeremy W. Burris, 22 of Liberty. Services Tuesday morning at 11 AM at Cornerstone Church in Liberty. Troy Anthony Dominy, 43. Services 2 PM Saturday at Pace Stancil Cleveland. Earline Morgan Callahan, 55 of Shepherd. Services 2 PM today, Pace Stancil Cleveland.

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*LAKE RELEASE: 5,000 CFS LIBERTY BRIDGE: 10.30 ASL*

Volume 22 NO. 197 THURSDAY OCTOBER 11TH, 2007

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The 99th Annual Trinity Valley Exposition is upon us with Country Weekend starting tomorrow. Friday night is the 42 tournament, Texas Hold Um Poker Tournament. On Saturday it’s the baby parade, queens contest, TVE rodeo pageant, horseshoe and washer pitching, public speaking, BBQ judging and concert dance Saturday Night. Sunday the queens’ horsemanship contest, and team roping competition. Advance tickets for Saturday’s concert dance are available at FLNB Liberty and Dayton, Baskins and Tractor Supply both in Liberty. Tickets in advance are $10. At the gate tickets will be $12.50.

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Dan Fox, President of Frontier Health Care said for the past several weeks, they have been in negotiations with a group on the possibility of a partnership or joint effort between the two for the purpose of building a new hospital in South Liberty County. He said the idea is much closer to being a reality then ever before. If such a deal were struck, it would take the cooperation of the Liberty Co. Hospital District to make the plan come together. The price tag for such a facility ranges between $20 and $25 million.

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Tuesday, the Liberty City Council met with 3 major items on the agenda for an executive session, but tabled two until a later date. One item tabled was the resignation of Councilman Mark Beausoleil and appointment of a possible successor. Council also took no action on pending litigation with Liberty Dayton Community Hospital concerning past due utility bills. Council did formally approve a contract with the new City Manager, Ron Wood who began here on October 1st.

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vs. High Island @ Anahuac.

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Funerals: Elton Brice Kirkham, 78 of Anahuac. Services today at 10 AM at First United Methodist Church in Anahuac.

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Volume 22 NO. 196 WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10TH, 2007

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Marine Lance Corporal Jeremy Burris, 22 of Liberty was killed Sunday in Iraq when an IED exploded, damaging the vehicle he was in, and wounding two other marines. Once the young Liberty man had helped load his wounded buddies in a Medivac Helicopter, he returned to the truck. There a previously undetected IED went off, killing him. He is the oldest of 3 sons of Brent and Karla Burris, all serving in the military. The Governors Office has approved the lowering of all American and Texas Flags under the control of the City of Liberty and Liberty County to half-staff until the day after Corporal Burris’ services.

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Commissioners yesterday approved the final payment of $350,000 to Corrections Corporation of America, more than 8 months after their contract for operations of the Liberty County Jail ended. Commissioners had been with holding payment until several issues with documents, required paperwork, and jail building maintenance could be addressed. Yesterday’s approved payment should bring this issue to a close.

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Sonia Jimenez, 14 of Liberty was taken by air ambulance to Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston yesterday morning following a one-vehicle wreck. Texas DPS Trooper John Hutzler said the girls sister, Alma Jimenez, 17 was driving south on FM 563 when she lost control of the car, going into a ditch, and spinning back across the roadway striking a telephone pole broadside. The older girl was able to walk away, but her sister was not responding to emergency workers on the scene. She was taken to the Houston hospital said to be in serious condition. Trooper Hutzler said the older girl was cited for driving at an unsafe speed and no drivers’ license.

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TVE will host their first Texas Hold Um’ Tournament this weekend starting at 6 PM Friday. The tournament is limited to 50 players. Entry fee is $40. Call 336 8469 or 336 8669.

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Correction: On Friday’s Radiogram, we reported the High School only enrollment at Hull Daisetta ISD of 199, the total district enrollment is 549 students.

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Funerals: Donald R. Don Herndon, 73 of High Island. Services will be 2:30 tomorrow at Pace Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton.

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Volume 22 NO. 195 TUESDAY OCTOBER 9TH, 2007

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Established in June 2003, the Federal Do Not Call Registry, is a few months from its first big renewal. Those who registered their numbers early should be aware that registration is good for only 5 years, according to the Federal Trade Commission website. The Do Not Call Registry was created to help limit the number of what best can be described as “annoying” telemarketing phone calls. The website, www.donotcall.gov has a verify option to check when your number is due to be re-registered. The FTC says rumors of an alleged release of cell phone numbers to those same telemarketing companies are false. However it won’t hurt to register a cell phone number.

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February 2009, the government is requiring all television stations to switch over to all digital broadcasting, this will not affect cable subscribers, only those with antenna systems. Even then, a $40 to $50 converter box will allow an analog television to receive the digital broadcasts. Mark Wenglar, Vice President of Engineering with KVUE-TV in Austin said the down side of digital is there’s either is a clear picture or none at all, and in times of emergency, a fuzzy picture at least allows information to get to the public.

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Today is the last day to register to vote in the November 6th elections. Voters statewide will be casting ballots in a special constitutional amendment election and Dayton residents will be considering a bond issue to fund a new library and community center. Register today in person, or mail in registrations must be postmarked with today’s date.

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This weekend is the official kick off of the 99th Annual TVE. The Baby Parade is at 10 a.m. Saturday in Downtown Liberty. The Barbecue Contest, Horseshoe Pitching Competition, the 42 Tournament and the Concert Dance are all out at the Fairgrounds on FM 563. For more information, call 936-336-7455.

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Funerals: Henry William Vaclavik, Jr. 49 of Devers. Services 10 AM tomorrow at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Liberty Sadie Humphrey, of Hankamer. Services are 11 AM tomorrow at St. Mary’s Missionary Baptist Church – Hankamer Travis Allen Johnson, 17. Services today at 2 PM Cornerstone Church in Cleveland.

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Volume 22 NO. 194 monday OCTOBER 8TH, 2007

Preliminary details of the proposed Dayton Library and Community Center include 11,000 square feet for the library and workroom, computer room and offices. An additional 1500 square feet of library storage space is included. That is more than double the size of Dayton’s Jones Library. The main community room and stage would be 10,000 square feet with possible addition of a conference room, senior citizens center area, fully equipped kitchen and an outdoor patio. Street extensions sewer and utilities are part of the total. Dayton voters will consider the 48,350 square foot project in a Nov. 6th. bond election. Total price for this initial design is $13, 915,000. Voter approval would call for about a 10-cent city property tax hike.

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Liberty Masons will name Bruce Burnham as 2007 Community Builder for Non-Masons who are outstanding local citizens.

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In addition to moving the Liberty-Dayton Community Hospital Emergency Room to the northwest corner of the facility to reduce staffing needs, the rural care clinic is also being moved closer to the front of the hospital. Frontier Health Care President Dan Fox said the clinic is for treatment of less serious conditions. Since the ER will not treat anything less than a true emergency, that way patients who come first to the emergency room will have easier access to the clinic after the move. Dan Fox said the rural care clinic hours will be expanded later to remain open later in the evenings.

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The Liberty Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce Luncheon is Wednesday at noon at Immaculate Conception Church’s Marion Hall. This month’s featured speakers are representatives from the Trinity Valley Exposition. Lunch is Chicken and Sausage Gumbo catered by Fontenot’s Cajun/Creole Catering for $8. Call the Chamber Office for reservations at 936-336-5736.

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Dayton won their Homecoming Game against Beaumont-Ozen 33 to 0 Friday night. Morgan Lossow was crowned Dayton Homecoming Queen during half time. Hull-Daisetta lost to Danbury 28-14. Crosby over Barbers Hill 48-14. Tarkington lost to Madisonville 53-0. Liberty and Cleveland were idle..

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Funerals: Amy Yundt Kelly, 40, of Dayton, Serv.10am today at Crosby Church.David C. “Bubba” Smith, 56, Huffman, Serv. Sunday.

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Volume 22 NO. 193 friday OCTOBER 5TH, 2007

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The Liberty Dayton Community Hospital, in a cost saving measure and to better utilize staff at the facility, as of Monday will begin operating their Emergency Room Facility in the north west portion of the hospital. That area has been remodeled including a new ambulance off loading area, 2 bed trauma room, and 2 treatment / exam rooms. Dan Fox, President of Frontier Health Care said this change allows them to have a group of employees to cover both the ER and the in patient floor, decreasing staff requirements dramatically. He also said, medical screening will be strictly adhered to, and the local ER will no longer treat any illness or injury not deemed a "“true medical emergency”. Dan Fox said of the 600 to 700 patients the local ER sees each month, many of those are using the facility as their doctor, adding on average, 25% of those don’t have insurance, and simply walk, or don’t pay the resulting bill.

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During last months Liberty Dayton Chamber Luncheon, State Representative John Otto outlined changes in effect to the state’s business franchise tax. He said changes by the 80th legislature exempts small businesses with annual gross receipts less than $300,000 from the tax altogether. Deductions are also now available to businesses with annual gross receipts between $300,000 and $900,000.

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As of Monday October 1st, the largest school district in the county, Dayton ISD had 4900 students enrolled in their district. The 2nd largest district in the county is Cleveland ISD with 3498. Liberty ISD comes in third with 2276. Tarkington, on Monday had 1975 students, while Hardin listed 1243 on their rolls. An interesting note, Hull-Daisetta with 14 grades had only a few more students then Devers ISD with 10 grades, 199 as compared to 138 in Devers Pre K through 8th.

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Football: This weekend listen as Big 12 rivals, the University of Texas Longhorns take on the Oklahoma University Sooners in the Cotton Bowl. The Red River Shoot Out pre-game on KSHN starts at 1:30 PM with kick of at 2:30 PM. Sunday, the Houston Texans host the Miami Dolphins with a noon kick off.

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Funerals: Cleo Patrick Isbell McCool, 70 of Shepherd. Services will be 10 AM Saturday at Pace Stancil –Cleveland.

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Volume 22 NO. 192 THURSDAY OCTOBER 4TH, 2007

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The second pre-trial hearing in the case of former Liberty County Maintenance Supervisor Bernard “Buddy” Craig has been rescheduled for Oct. 22nd at 9 a.m. in the 75th District Court. The first hearing was rendered null and void when it was learned Craig’s defense attorney’s law license was suspended due to non-payment of Bar Association dues. Attorney James Evans III’s license to practice law has since been re-instated.

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State Representative John Otto said of the 16 proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution on the November 6th ballot, #15 could be the most controversial. That amendment, if passed, would require the creation of the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas and authorizes the state to issue up to $3 billion in bonds for cancer research. The purpose is to establish Texas as the nationwide center for developing new cancer treatments. John Otto said he supports the amendment but there is a legitimate debate over whether the state should become involved in this type of medical research.

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The Liberty Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce Monthly Luncheon is about a week early this month, next Wednesday October 10th. The TVE kicks off the weekend of Oct. 12th and the speakers for this month’s chamber luncheon are from the TVE. Tickets are $8, and reservations need to be made by 2 PM Tuesday by calling the Chamber Office at 936 336 5736.

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Football: KSHN Radio will broadcast the Dayton Broncos’ homecoming game tomorrow night against the Beaumont Ozen Panthers, kick off is at 7 PM, pre-game on “Shine All Nine” is 6:50 PM. The Tarkington Longhorns host Madisonville. Barbers Hill is at home against Crosby, and Hull-Daisetta hosts Danbury. The Cleveland Indians and Liberty Panthers have the night off.

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Reminder: The Valley Players performance of “Steel Magnolias” is tonight – Saturday at 8 PM, with a Sunday Matinee at 2 PM. Make reservations by calling 336-6699.

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Funerals: Terri Lynn Johnson, 51 of Dayton. Graveside services were yesterday at 4:30 PM yesterday. David Walton Sanders, 86 of Liberty. Services are 2 PM Saturday at Heights Baptist Church in Liberty.

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Volume 22 NO. 191 WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3RD, 2007

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A Kingwood man, Steven LeGrande was killed Monday evening in a car wreck on FM 787 in North Liberty County. DPS Trooper Jamie Neault said the man went into a curve too fast, sliding onto a grassy shoulder. He then over corrected, spinning into the path of James Sumner of Shepherd. The two vehicles hit nearly head on. LeGrande died at the scene and James Sumner was taken to a Houston Hospital by air ambulance said to be in serious condition. The accident kept the roadway closed for more than 3 hours Monday night.

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A fire seriously damaged the interior of a home belonging to Salenna Miksch on Coleman St. in Dayton yesterday afternoon. According to fire fighters, she had only recently returned home and begun mowing when she saw the flames. No one was injured except the family pet, kept indoors in a kennel, who perished in the flames. Firefighters say the fire likely started in an electrical socket.

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Liberty Police Officer Chad Johnson said at least 16 separate incidents of broken windows—shot out by a high-powered pellet or “bb” gun occurred between Wednesday night and early Tuesday morning. While most of the targets were vehicles, windows at some residences and businesses were also shot out. Call Liberty Police at 336-5666 if you have any information.

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Two major chain stores will be making new homes in Liberty. Rue 21, a clothing store for the young or young at heart, and Hibbett Sports are now advertising for help at stores in the Jefferson Square Shopping Center in the former CVS Pharmacy location. Work has been going on for sometime now renovating the space from one large storefront, to two smaller spaces. No word on when the two stores are expected to open.

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The 5-0 Hardin Hornets are on the road at Warren for a Thursday night game this week. Kick off is at 7 p.m. If you cannot make to the game, you can hear it live on All Nine Sports starting at 6:50 tomorrow night. You can also listen on line at www.kshn.com.

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Funerals: John “Jack” Sheckler, 67, of Dayton, Services pending at Pace Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton.

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Volume 22 NO. 190 TUESDAY OCTOBER 2ND, 2007

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What was thought to be a hostage situation, turned out to be much less dramatic. Liberty County Sheriffs Department Captain Chip Fairchild said they were called to a home on CR. 143 yesterday morning by a juvenile family member who claimed he had been assaulted, and another member of the family was possibly being held against their will. Capt. Fairchild said when Deputies arrived, the man, Curtis Tarver, quickly gave up to the officers. His female companion was not being held against her will, Tarver however did have a warrant out for his arrest on parole violations, and was taken to jail.

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The law requiring every person traveling to Mexico, Canada, and Bermuda by air to have a passport is now being strictly enforced. The law actually went into effect in January, but due to the huge number of passport applications, a backlog was stretching out for months. In June, the State department began allowing those with proof they had applied for a passport to travel by air to destinations in the Western Hemisphere. Liberty County District Clerk Melody Gilmore said that grace period ended on Monday. Passports are available through the Liberty and Dayton Post Offices as well as the District Clerk’s Office.

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The Valley Players production of Steel Magnolias opens this Thursday night at the Humphreys Burson Theater. Evening performances are at 8 PM Thursday, Friday and Saturday and a 2 PM matinee Sunday. Tickets are $8. Make reservations by calling Jackie Hartel at 336-6699.

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Sterling Funeral Home and Palms Memorial Park Cemetery is planning a photographic wall of tribute and memorial service Veterans Day, November 11th. To fill the wall, they are asking for photos of those that have served, or are currently serving in the military or are uniformed civil servants. Copies will be made, and the original returned. Submit photos to Sterling Funeral Home in Dayton, by Nov. 6th.

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Funerals: Cindy Kay McCoy Aman, 55 of Dayton. Services are 2 PM today at Pace Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton. James H. Clark, 32 of Batson. Services Wednesday, 2 PM at Calvary Baptist Church in Moss Hill. Thomas John Conner, 44 of Dayton. Graveside services 10 AM Wednesday Oakdale Cemetery.

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Volume 22 NO. 189 MONDAY OCTOBER 1ST, 2007

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A Saturday gambling raid near Cleveland may be the biggest in Co. history. 149 8-liner video poker games were confiscated along with $38,000 in cash when the Liberty Co. Sheriffs’ Dept,. Pct #6 Royce Wheeler’s staff, TABC with assistance from Liberty P.D.. The raid was Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Cleveland VFW Post 1839. The veterans had rented the space to a gaming company but helped lawmen when they believed illegal gaming was going on there. The three owners from Vidor each face three charges. The mgr. and another employee each face one charge. The machines taken are valued at from $120,000 to $220,000

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After four games Maxpreps.com listed two Hardin Hornet star football players among best in the U.S.. Sr. QBJordan Nolan was at 87 in the nation on the web site prior to Friday with 65 completions in 92 attempts for 984 yards, 12 TD’s.Hardin receiver Daniel Marsh, also a Sr. was listed by Maxpreps.com as 34th in the nation The Hornets racked up win #5 last Friday.

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The deadline to enter the 2007 TVE Baby Parade is Thursday October 11th. The theme for this year’s parade is “Cartoons” and the cost to enter is $10. Entries will be judged in the walking, riding, small and large float divisions. The TVE Baby Parade is on Saturday October 13th at 10 a.m. in downtown Liberty. For more information, call Jennifer Regen at 936-336-5741.

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The Dayton Broncos opened district play on the road at Lumberton Friday night, losing to the Raiders 8 to 7. Diboll defeated Liberty 52 to 19. Hardin beat Deweyville in the district opener 48 to 20 and Barbers Hill took down Forest Brook in their first district match-up of the season 49 to 18.

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The next enrollment for prescription drug coverage under Medicare Part D is November. Those eligible for coverage can also see if they qualify for extra-help to pay Part D deductibles and premiums. Call 409-924-6413 or link to the social security web site from www.kshn.com.

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The last 120 TVE Carnival Fun passes go on sale today at 9 a.m. at the Fairgrounds Ticket Office on FM 563. The passes are good for unlimited carnival rides as well as admission to the fairgrounds and rodeo. They are $60. Limit two per person.

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