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April 2004

-VOLUME 19 NO. 83, FRIDAY, APRIL 30TH, 2004-

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The winners of this year’s Bellamy Scholarships have been announced. They are Matthew Haze Conner and Amanda Leigh Kuldanek, both of Dayton, Kayla Celess Leonard of Liberty, Matthew Louis Quinn of Hardin and Bennett Bert Vandiver of Hull-Daisetta. Each graduating senior will receive $8,400 at a rate of $2100 per year for four years from the Bellamy Educational Trust established by the late Dr. Richard and wife, Esther Bellamy and administered by 1st Liberty National Bank. Over the past 23 years, the Trust has awarded more than $1 million in scholarships to students in South Liberty County.

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The Liberty County Sheriff’s Department reports a burglary at the home of Gene McDowell on FM 1008 south of Kenefick Wednesday afternoon sometime between 2:30 and 4. Sgt. Investigator Chip Fairchild said the suspects made off with items that included a big screen TV, several firearms and clothing valued at several thousand dollars. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Dept. at 936-336-4500.

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According to Event Treasurer Sandra Sterling, the 4th Annual Relay for Life held Friday April 23rd at Bronco Stadium in Dayton raised $89,600 to date with some money raised that has yet to be turned in. Both the Cleveland Relay for Life and the South Liberty County Event each topped last year’s totals by roughly $10,000, resulting in a combined total so far of $137,000 for the American Cancer Society.

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State Representative Dan Ellis said there could be a vote on a tax plan to fund state schools as early as next week. Proposals currently being debated by lawmakers in this latest Special Session, calls for sales tax to be added to magazine and newspaper subscriptions, internet access services, coin operated vending machines, car washes and travel agency services. The proposed plan also calls for a $1 per pack tax increase on cigarettes and a payroll tax for businesses.

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FUNERALS: Edith Amanda Rice, 91, of Liberty, Services at 11 a.m. Monday at Allison Funeral Service in Liberty. ** Vallie Datel Faulkner, 75, formerly of Dayton, Services at 2 p.m. Sunday at Eastgate Cemetery. ** Bill Fregia, 87, of Liberty, Services at 2 p.m. today Central Baptist Church in Daisetta. **

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* LAKE RELEASE: 14,870 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 14.84 ft ASL*

 

 

-VOLUME 19 NO. 82, THURSDAY, APRIL 29TH, 2004-

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Early voting continues today through Tuesday May 11th for the proposed South Liberty County Hospital District Election. Registered voters in the Liberty, Dayton, Hardin, Devers and Hull-Daisetta School Districts will decide on whether or not to create the taxing levy, proposed at 6.54 cents per $100 of assessed property value with a 9 cent cap on future increases. Liberty-Dayton Community Hospital Administrator Sean Stricker said the local hospital’s annual losses due to unpaid emergency care is an actual total close to $900,000. Stricker said that amount has nothing to do with any expected profits, but is the actual cost of rendering the care. If approved by voters on May 15th, the hospital district would provide a source of funding for emergency medical services to those in the community who are unable to pay for it and have no medical insurance.

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Liberty Police are investigating three separate incidents involving counterfeit money passed recently. Officer Elaine Taylor said a $20 bill and a $10 bill used at two separate local businesses have been confirmed as counterfeit and at least six suspicious $1 bills were also passed at a third local business. Officer Taylor said the case remains under investigation and police have at least two suspects.

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The Annual “Kidfish” is this Sunday starting at 1 p.m. at the Liberty Municipal Park Pond. All kids under the age of 17 are invited for an afternoon of free fishing, sponsored by the Burnham Family and BJ Ford. Fishing equipment will be provided or participants are welcome to bring their own. Prizes and awards will be given for accomplishments in various age groups. Entry forms are available at Liberty County Schools, BJ Ford on Hwy 90 in Liberty or at the event on Sunday.

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The Liberty Panthers Baseball Team is in Huffman tonight for a district match up with the Falcons. Start time is at 6 p.m. All Nine Sports’ live broadcast of Liberty Baseball will begin shortly before the first pitch at 6 this evening.

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FUNERALS: Eva Jane Watson Johnston, 65, of Anahuac, Services tomorrow at 10 a.m. at Sterling Funeral Home in Anahuac. ** Roy Leon Jackson, 70, of Liberty, Private Services held at a later date. **

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* LAKE RELEASE: 10,870 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 11.15 ft ASL*

 

 

-VOLUME 19 NO. 81, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28TH, 2004-

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Liberty Police are investigating the theft of an estimated $2800 in tools and equipment from the main office and tool shed at the Liberty Municipal Park. City employees discovered the break-in at the buildings on the park grounds off Cook Road yesterday morning. Liberty Police Officer Michael Doyle said the burglar or burglars forced their way into the buildings and made off with items that included weed eaters, saws, a push mower, gas cans and various tools. Police suspect whom ever was responsible had prior knowledge of the facility. Anyone with information about the burglary is asked to call Liberty Police at 936-336-5666.

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Liberty County Commissioners met yesterday and authorized the issuance of more than $4 million in general obligation bonds to replace existing bonds and save the county an estimated $350,000. Commissioners also approved issuing new obligation bonds at that amount for purchasing the old 1st National Bank of Dayton building on FM 1960 for renovation into a new county annex. Precinct #2 Commissioner Lee Groce said the County’s dept service stays the same, but the County gains the Dayton property. Commissioners also adopted a resolution supporting the creation of a Ground Water Conservation District that would include Polk and San Jacinto Counties and provide protection and preservation of ground water resources in the three counties.

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The Dayton Lady Broncos enter the first round of the District 21-4A Softball Play Offs tomorrow night against Reagan at the Thorne Stadium Sports Complex in Aldine. Game time has been moved up a half-hour. The new start time for the Dayton vs. Reagan Softball match up is 6 p.m.

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Tomorrow’s All Nine Party Line Program at 8:30 a.m. will feature the candidates for Position #2 on the Dayton School Board in the May 15th Election. Incumbent Trustee Dale Brown and Challenger Paul Kelly will talk about their candidacy and answer questions called in by listeners. You will not be on the air when you call in questions during the show.

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FUNERALS: Daniel Edward McBride, 69, of Liberty, Services at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Godfrey Chapel Church of God in Christ in Liberty. ** James Brice Curl, 59, of Baytown, Services were Monday. **

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* LAKE RELEASE: 10,870 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 11.15 ft ASL*

 

 

-VOLUME 19 NO. 80, TUESDAY, APRIL 27TH, 2004-

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Tomorrow is the first day for early voting in the May 15th City Council and School Board Elections. The cities of Liberty and Dayton each have five candidates vying for three at-large positions on the respective city councils. Charles McGuire, Mark Beausoleil, Incumbent Mike McCarty, Kellie Buchanan and Billy “Digger” Davis are the five candidates for Liberty City Council. The candidates for Dayton City Council are Missy Barton, Oscoe Carter, Bill Gay and Incumbents Jay Tadlock and John Simmons. There are only two candidates for Dayton School Board Position #2: Incumbent Dale Brown and Challenger Paul Kelly. Additionally, registered voters in the Liberty, Dayton, Hardin, Devers and Hull-Daisetta ISDs can vote early in the proposed South Liberty County Hospital District Election. Voters will decide whether or not to create the taxing entity to fund emergency medical services here. The hospital district is on a separate ballot from local school trustee races. Early voting continues through May 11th. Listeners are invited to call in their questions about the proposed hospital district on tomorrow’s Party Line Program at 8:30 a.m.

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Sales from Friday’s Youth Livestock Auction at the Annual Cleveland Dairy Days totaled $173,350. Erica Clements of Hardin sold her Grand Champion Steer to Mobile Mud Pump for $6500. The Reserve Champion Steer shown by Kasey Jones of Tarkington earned $5,000 from Centex.

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Dayton School Officials will have an Open House at the new Will O. Moore Administration Building on Cherry Creek from 1 to 4 p.m. this Saturday. The public is invited to come and tour the new facility located between Richter Elementary School and Hwy 321 in Dayton.

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Due to T.A.K.S. testing today, the Liberty Panthers Baseball Game against the Falcons in Huffman has been rescheduled for Thursday at 6 p.m. You can hear it live here on All Nine Sports, starting just before the first pitch Thursday evening.

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FUNERALS: Johnny Remkes, 81, of Tarkington Prairie, Services at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Pace Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton. ** Jimmie Ray Findley, 69, of Liberty, no public services will be held. **

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* LAKE RELEASE: 10,870 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 7.56 ft ASL*

 

 

-VOLUME 19 NO. 79, MONDAY, APRIL 26TH, 2004-

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Retired editor – publisher of the Vindicator newspaper Ernie Zieschang collapsed and died Saturday evening at the age of 70. He led the newspaper here for half of his life while remaining actively involved in many aspects of community leadership. He was the 1986 Citizen of the Year and served many years on the Liberty Port Authority Commission.

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Kenneth Wilfred Lewis, 42, of Dayton, was killed early Sunday morning when his motorcycle grazed the guardrail of the 321 overpass. J.D. Heard is the investigating officer for Dayton P.D.

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The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission has instituted several changes in the types of fishing licenses effective September 1st. KSHN Outdoor Guy Larry Wilburn said anglers now choose between three types of licenses: freshwater, saltwater or both. One new license created is a year-round fishing permit good 365 days after purchase. Now fishing licenses expire on August 31st, no matter when purchased. New early summer licenses for June and July plus a single day license will also be available.

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Former Liberty Panther, Tony Bua was picked in the fifth round of the NFL Draft by the Miami Dolphins. After his sophomore yr, here his parents moved to a New Orleans school famous for producing college players. There he was recruited by the Arkansas Razorbacks and finished as top tackler in Razorback history with 408. He has a degree in Communications and 3 varsity letters, being named twice to the All-SEC Team.

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Tomorrow’s Party Line Program at 8:30 a.m. features the five candidates seeking three at-large positions on the Dayton City Council in the May 15th Election. Missy Barton, Oscoe Carter, Jay Tadlock, Bill Gay and John Simmons all say they will be be here. Listeners can call in their questions for the candidates.

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* LAKE RELEASE: 4,870CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 7.01 ft ASL*

 

 

-VOLUME 19 NO. 78, FRIDAY, APRIL 23RD, 2004-

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The 4th Annual South Liberty County Relay for Life gets underway tonight at Bronco Stadium in Dayton. The Cancer Survivors Lap is at 7 p.m. and then 54 Relay Teams will have at least one member on the track until 7 tomorrow morning. Last year’s South Liberty County Relay raised more than $74,000 for the American Cancer Society. Event coordinators hope to exceed that amount this year.

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A Chambers County jury in Judge Carroll Wilborn’s 344th District Court sentenced Tracy James Robinson, 26, of Mississippi to 20 years in prison for possession of two kilos of cocaine. Robinson, a passenger in a pick up stopped for speeding on I-10 by DPS Trooper Brad Crone, was arrested after being caught reaching for a loaded gun inside the truck’s cab. The drugs, with an estimated street value of more than $1 million were found hidden behind the seat. The truck’s driver, Jontue Hosey, is still awaiting trial on drug possession charges.

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Additional weekend performances of the Valley Players’ musical “Funny Girl” are set for 8 p.m. tomorrow and 2 p.m. on Sunday, at the Humphrys-Burson Theater in Liberty. Tickets are $5. Call 936-336-6699 for reservations.

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” O Kiva Nui ”, the Cook Islands Polynesian Dance Troupe will give a two-hour performance at the Trinity Valley Exposition tomorrow night at 7. Those who enjoyed the troupe’s short performances at the Liberty Jubilee and Dayton Ole Tyme Days will want to see their full production including full native dress and a spectacular stage setting. Advance tickets are $12 for adults, $8 for children at the TVE Office, the Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce and Baskins in Liberty. Tickets at the gate tomorrow night are two dollars more each.

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The Dayton Broncos Baseball Team hosts the Galena Park Yellowjackets in district action tonight at 7. All Nine Sports will broadcast the Dayton vs. Galena Park game live beginning shortly before the first pitch at 7 p.m.

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FUNERAL: Ella Mae McBride Cormier, 60, of Ames, Services at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Trinity Valley Baptist Church in Liberty. **

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* LAKE RELEASE: 2,000 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 7.19 ft ASL*

 

 

-VOLUME 19 NO. 77, THURSDAY, APRIL 22ND, 2004-

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According to a reliable source, an effort has been underway for a year and a half to bring a Super Wal-Mart Store to South Liberty County. The latest information indicates buyers representing Wal-Mart have signed agreements to purchase 26 acres at the corner of the Hwy 146 Bypass and Lakeland Drive in Liberty from the Ensminger estate as a super center site. While Wal-Mart can still back out of the agreement, we are told that is unlikely. While no dates or time frames for construction are available, the super center would likely be at least twice the size of Liberty’s present Wal-Mart Store.

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Dayton School Trustees met Tuesday night and named Tim Hoy as the next principal of Fredda Nottingham Elementary School. Hoy served as Assistant Principal at the Richter campus for the past three years and has 7 years prior experience as a teacher in the Galena Park ISD. Hoy succeeds the retiring Mike Day.

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The 4th Annual South Liberty County Relay for Life, benefiting the American Cancer Society gets underway tomorrow at 7 p.m. at Dayton’s Bronco Stadium. The silent auction starts at 5. Team Coordinator Beverly Davis said 54 relay teams have been signed up, so far, and there’s still time to get a team registered. Last year, only 49 teams participated and the event raised $74,900 for cancer research, education and patient services.

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Tomorrow’s All Nine Partyline Program at 8:30 a.m. will feature candidates running for the Liberty City Council in the election on May 15th. Mark Beausoleil, Kellie Buchanan, Billy “Digger” Davis and Charles McGuire have said they would appear on the show. Incumbent Mike McCarty is out of town on a family matter and will not be on the program. As with all of our candidate forums, listeners are invited to call in their questions ****************************************************

Two blocks in downtown Liberty will be closed to through traffic this morning starting at 9. Liberty Police Chief Bill Griffin said one block of Sam Houston Street from Milam to Austin, and one block of Milam from Sam Houston to Trinity will be closed until around noon due to large number of police vehicles expected for Commander/Detective Don Palmer’s funeral services. Those services are at 10 a.m. at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Liberty.

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* LAKE RELEASE: 2,000 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 7.19 ft ASL*

 

 

-VOLUME 19 NO. 76, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21ST, 2004-

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Last night, Liberty School Trustees approved recommendations by the College Station firm of Goodwin-Lasiter on improving the traffic flow around the new Liberty Middle School and the High School on Jefferson Drive. The traffic study recommended building an asphalt road to link LHS parking area to Panther Drive, as well as re-striping Jefferson Dr. from San Jacinto to Main St. to provide a continuous left-turn lane. The City of Liberty has offered to provide labor and equipment for the access road with the district providing materials. Assistant Superintendent Tommy Davis said the new middle school construction is substantially complete and plans are to begin moving furniture in as early as next week. The scheduled completion date for the new campus is May 31st.

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The Dayton City Council met Monday night and approved the annexation of three more tracts of land on both the east and west sides of FM 1409. Dayton City Manager Robert Ewart said this latest annexed property begins on the western side at the south line of the Kimmie M. Brown campus and runs all the way to just past Texaco Road. That’s a total 626 acres. Council approved the annexations on three separate four-to-one split votes. John C. Otto was the lone “no” vote on each tract.

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The 6th Annual Sporting Clay Event benefiting the Liberty County Chapter of the American Red Cross, sponsored by Dr. Reese Brown and the Liberty Medical Surgical Clinic, is Saturday morning starting at 8 at the Pecan Meadows Sporting Center on FM 834 in Hardin. Registration will continue through Saturday morning. For more information, call 936-336-8088.

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After being closed for about four years, the Opry Café on the square in Liberty is set to reopen on Monday at 6 a.m. Now called “Miss Judy’s Opry Café”, the restaurant will be open 6 to 2 p.m. Mon. –Fri., then on Saturday from noon until the Opry stage performances end. New owner Judy Ray is an 18-year employee and manager of the Liberty Golden Corral Restaurant.

****************************************************FUNERALS: Leonard Glenn “L. G. “ Moss, 75, of Liberty, Services at 4 p.m. tomorrow at Bethel Assembly of God Church in Liberty. ** Nelson Patton, 85, of Moss Hill, Services at 2 p.m. today at Pace Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton. **

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* LAKE RELEASE: 2,000 CFS*LIBERTY BRIDGE: 9.86 ft ASL*

 

 

-VOLUME 19 NO. 75, TUESDAY, APRIL 20th, 2004-

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Liberty County Commissioners met in a special called session yesterday for the results of the county’s annual audit for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2003. The D. Start accounting firm in Baytown reported no deficiencies or discrepancies were found. The audit did reveal the county might have to deal with some software program issues in the future.

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Now that the Liberty City Council has decided to close the city swimming pool for the summer of 2004 due to its deteriorated condition, the idea of replacing it with a “splash park” is being evaluated. Reports indicate the cities of Beaumont, Groves, West Orange, Port Neches and Port Arthur are all either constructing or considering the same type of water attraction. According to Port Arthur City Manager Steve Fitzgibbons, his city’s new splash-type park, now under construction, will cost about one-fifth of what a swimming pool does to maintain. .

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The Annual “KidFish” sponsored by BJ Ford is set for Sunday May 2nd at the Liberty City Park. Kids 17 and under are invited for a day of free fishing, with fishing gear provided if needed. The small lake in the City Park will be restocked with plenty of fish a few days before the event. Entry forms are available in advance at South Liberty County elementary and junior high schools, as well as at BJ Ford on Hwy 90 in Liberty.

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The 4th Annual Dayton Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament, sponsored by Sempra Energy is Saturday at 1 p.m. at Red Wolf Run Golf Course in Huffman. Cost per two-player team is $200. For more information, call John C. Otto at 936-258-7575 or Bob Edward at 936-258-8051. .

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The Liberty Panthers travel to Mont Belivieu tonight for a match up with Barbers Hill at 6 p.m. All Nine Sports will air the game live starting shortly before the first pitch.

****************************************************FUNERALS: Alan Stacy, 61, formerly of Devers, Graveside services at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at Stacy Cemetery in Devers. ** Donald Glenn Palmer, 58, of Liberty, Services at 10 a.m. Thursday at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Liberty. ** Don “Eddy” Shaw, 45, of Winnie, Services at 2 p.m. today at 1st United Pentecostal Church of Winnie. **

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-VOLUME 19 NO. 74, MONDAY, APRIL 19th, 2004-

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Chambers- Liberty Narcotics Task Force Commander Donald Glen Palmer-58, was stricken with an apparent heart attack at home Sunday afternoon just after 4PM He was pronounced dead at Liberty Dayton Community Hospital. In a dual responsibility he was also a detective for the Liberty Police Dept

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According to Mike Franklin of Anahauc, plans to open the new Liberty-Dayton GM Auto World, on Main Street in Liberty, are delayed. Franklin, along with NBA legend Elvin Hayes still plan to re-open the former Bob Bomer GM location but legal issues were not overcome in time to open by May 1st , as announced. Franklin is certain the delay is temporary and arrangements should be finished in another week to 10 days. We learned a third partner, Jim Fite, will not be a part of the ownership

****************************************************Sempra Energy Officials report no start up date is set for construction of the $250 million electrical power plant to be located on FM 1960 west of Dayton. The permit process for the project known as “Cedar Power” has been completed and extended but until 50% of the power load is pre-sold, company officials say it all stays in a holding pattern.

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Hardin City Secretary Roberta Fregia, said April 26th is moving day for City Hall, but just temporarily -from the present site on CR #2010 to what was the Lions Club building on Hwy 146 next to the fire department. Then the Hardin city building will be razed to make way for an all new 2100 square foot City Hall. Volunteers, without pay, will soon complete a total remodel of the Lions Club building. It reverts back to the Fire Dept. for training classes when city hall is in their new brick home.

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The Annual Candlelight Vigil for Crime and Child Abuse Victims is Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the 75th District Courtroom of the Liberty County Courthouse. The public is invited to take part in the vigil honoring crime victims and to support their families. For more information, call 936-336-4612.

****************************************************FUNERALS: Karl “Pops” Totzer, Sr., 62, of Anahuac, Services at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Sterling Funeral Home in Anahuac. ** Kathleen Ward, 50, of Sugarland, Services were Saturday. ** Guy Roy Odom, 73, of Groveton, Memorial Service was held Saturday. **

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-VOLUME 19 NO. 73, FRIDAY, APRIL 16th, 2004-

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Two Liberty County Sheriff’s Deputies were injured while attempting to arrest a suspect during an alleged drug transaction Wednesday night in the City of Liberty. Sgt. Richard McGowan and Res. Deputy David McNeely were taken to Liberty-Dayton Community Hospital. McGowan was treated for a possible arm fracture and Pepper Spray burns to his face and body. McNeely was also treated for results of pepper spray. Arthur Lavelle Jones was jailed on 2 counts of Aggravated Assault on a Public Servant and for Failure to Appear on another matter. We are told he was recently arrested in the City of Dayton on similar charges. Jones may face other charges related to the drug transaction. Jones remains in jail in lieu of $202,000 bond. .***************************************************Officials from School Districts in Liberty County and across Texas are waiting anxiously to see what happens in Austin. Gov. Rick Perry has called another special legislative session that starts Tuesday. His plan calls for a split property tax that allows residential property to be taxed at a different rate than commercial property. The plan also proposes a $1 tax on cigarettes and a $5 tax on the admission charge to adult entertainment. He is asking that so-called loopholes in auto sales tax be closed. School leaders have been told, worst case they won’t have any less with which to educate their students.

****************************************************Liberty City Council adopted a fee schedule for the new Vara Faye Martin Daniel Pavilion at a meeting Tuesday night. The policy allows Liberty residents to rent the city hall lawn pavilion at $25 for a half day. $50 for evening rental. A $250 refundable deposit is also required. Non city residents pay more.

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,85, of Dayton. Svcs today @10am at Pace Stancil in Dayton.**

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-VOLUME 19 NO. 72, THURSDAY, APRIL 15th, 2004-

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A family disturbance near Cleveland turned violent Tuesday night. Liberty Co. Sheriff Greg Arthur said, around 11:30 p.m. Sarah Sunderland, 27 and Terry Ebard, 34, both of New Caney, were shot and wounded. The couple had gone to the home of Debra Beaty and Jack Vargas, Jr. on CR 3799 to pick up Ebard’s young daughter, who was there visiting. Jack Vargas, Jr. argued with the couple and then reportedly shot them with a 9 mm pistol. Sunderland and Ebard were flown by Lifeflight to Memorial Hermann Hospital,and are now said to be in stable condition. Sheriff’s Deputies arrested JackVargas, Jr and charged him with 2 counts of aggravated assault. . ****************************************************

According to the Dayton Police Department, an attempted armed robbery occurred at the Kwik Pantry Store on Hwy 90 in Dayton across from Brookshire Bros. around 2 a.m. yesterday. Police reports indicate no injuries when a man with a firearm attempted to rob the store. With no info and no description of the gunman we can only say the incident remains under investigation and the Dayton Police Dept. is asking for informationCall 936-258-7621

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An employee for ABC Professional Tree Service, Steven Rojo, 31, was hurt yesterday in Raywood when a large section of a tree limb fell, hitting him in the head. He was wearing a hard hat, but still was knocked unconscious. Liberty County EMS transported him to St. Elizabeth’s Hosp.-Beaumont with what was thought to be neck and head injuries. The tree service was attempting to remove a large branch caught in power lines. For Entergy . ****************************************************

As expected, the Liberty City Council decided to close their park swimming pool, at least for this summer. They tabled consideration of its final fate, while options are being considered. The 25 + year old pool is badly deteriorated. ****************************************************

FUNERALS:**Ruth M. Leisinger,92, of Dayton. Services tomorrow at 10 at Sterling Funeral Home-Dayton.** J.B.”Buddy” Jacobs-Moss Hill, Services tomorrow at 2 pm at Sterling Funeral Home-Dayton**Irene M. Brownson, 87, of Liberty. Services tomorrow at 11 am at the 1st United Methodist Church in Liberty ** JoAnn Brooks Spears, 65, of Liberty. Services Saturday at 11a.m. at Turkey Creek Baptist Church in Liberty **

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-VOLUME 19 NO,71, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14TH, 2004-

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The unofficial totals for the Chambers County Sheriff’s Republican Party nomination run-off, shows challenger Hugh Sigers with 1023 votes to incumbent Monroe Kreuzer’s 864. Upset winner Siger’s will face Joe LaRive, Democratic candidate, in the November general election.

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Tomorrow at midnight is the deadline to file the 2003 Tax Return or to ask for an extension. Most CPA’s recommend if you haven’t already filed, don’t rush and make a mistake. Request an automatic extension by filing IRS form 4868 before midnight Thursday along with a check for any money you may owe. CPA’s recommend to put the name of the taxpayer and his or her social security number, and this phrase: 2003 Form 1040, on the check. This will ensure that you IRS account is credited even if the paperwork and check become separated. Dayton Post office head, Gwen Alpha said letters to the IRS put in the outside post office mailbox, before midnight, in Dayton or Liberty will get a March 15th postmark.

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Trinity Valley Exposition has $35,000 available for scholarships to qualifying 2004 high school graduates. Applicants must attend high school in Liberty or Chambers Counties, be a member of 4H or FFA with plans to attend a Texas College or University For more info or application log onto www.kshn.com then link to the T.V.E. web site.

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TxDot says Union Pacific Railroad is closing their FM 1008 rail crossing in Kenefick. Thursday. The track by Simmons Grocery will be closed only from 9a.m. til 1p.m.that one day for repairs.

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Valley Players Community Theater opens this Friday night with “Funny Girl”–Curtain up at 8pm. Tickets are $5 by calling 336-6699. Lots of local players and great songs Friday, Saturday & a Sunday 2pm matinee. Then next week Thursday, Saturday and another Sunday matinee . . ****************************************************

FUNERALS:**Ruth M. Leisinger,92, of Dayton. Services Friday at 10 at Sterling Funeral Home in Dayton.**Carl Bartula, 77, of Crystal Beach. Services at later date, under direction of Sterling Funeral Home**Jimmy Kirkham,62,of Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Services April 24th, in Colorado. He’s Co. Judge Lloyd Kirkham’s brother.

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-VOLUME 19 NO. 70, TUESDAY APRIL 13TH, 2004-

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An early Monday morning fire destroyed a manufactured home owned by Andre and Kristina DeBlanc at 411 CR 145 off of FM 563. The homeowners no longer lived there, and the dwelling was vacant when the fire was detected. The City of Liberty Fire Department was first to arrive while the Moss Bluff Volunteer Fire Department and Devers Volunteer Fire Department with their large water tank truck, assisted .Liberty County Sheriff’s Dept. Sgt. Investigator, Todd Mauthe and Liberty County Fire Marshall, Jim Wilson are investigating the cause.

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A three car accident yesterday at noon on Hwy 90 resulted in 12 yr. old John Lamorgese, of Spring, being treated at Liberty Dayton Community Hospital after a ambulance ride with Liberty County E.M.S. Dept. Of Public Safety Trooper Klent Tipton says the chain reaction pile up occurred when the car of Eric Hill, 27, of Raywood, rammed the rear of another, driven by Roseanne Celozzi,46, of Spring. Then she hit the back of a third car. It was being operated by her brother, Joseph Celozzi, 43, also of Spring. He was stopped for traffic turning into the Raywood Auction Barn lot. Hill was cited in the accident. .

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City of Liberty Humane Officer Tammy Bishop reports that twenty “Dog Gone Dogs” and ten cats were adopted from the City Animal Shelter in the month of March. Fifty-seven dogs and cats have been adopted since early February. To adopt a pet, contact Tammy thru the Liberty Police Dept. at 336-5666.

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Representatives of some organizations have said publicly, incidents of teen pregnancy in Dayton are among the highest in Texas. Mrs. Becky Harris, heads the DHS Parent Education and Pregnancy program. She says that is a long way from true. Teen Pregnancy in Dayton, is in fact, she said, very low. Mrs. Harris said any problem is serious, but in Dayton PEP is keeping it low.

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The 12th Ann. Dayton Ole Tyme Days Festival is Friday thru Sunday, offering fun for everyone. The event features a BBQ & Chili cook-off, Carnival rides, youth night is Friday, a street Dance Saturday Night, plus a petting zoo arts & crafts & more. .

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, 51, of Tarkington, Svcs @10 today at Sterling Funeral Home in Dayton.

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-VOLUME 19 NO. 69, MONDAY APRIL 12TH, 2004-

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A Thursday night house fire claimed the lives of a Tarkington couple. Liberty County Sheriff Greg Arthur said Tarkington Volunteer Firefighters got to the home of J.L. Morse-71 and his wife, Lolita, 51, on CR# 2230 around 11:30 p.m. They were soon joined by the Cleveland Fire Department to battle the blaze. In spite of those efforts, the home was destroyed and Mr. & Mrs. Morse perished. Investigators think the fire was accidental and that the husband and wife were overcome with smoke and unable to escape. JP#5 Burl Thomas ordered an autopsy. .

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Liberty County Sheriff’s Department Sgt. Investigator Chip Fairchild said deputies investigated a reported burglary at a home in West Woodland Hills Subdivision, north of Dayton Saturday afternoon. Sheriff’s deputies recovered several items reported stolen from the home. They arrested Christie Nicole Holmes, 23, and David Ray St. Claire, 18, for Burglary of a Habitation. Sgt. Fairchild said additional charges are pending against the two suspects. It is believed these arrests will also solve some other burglaries. .

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Chambers Co. Clerk Susan Roshto reports more than 600 cast ballots during early voting in the Republican Primary Run-Off Election for Chambers County Sheriff. That’s between incumbent Monroe Kreuzer and Challenger Hugh Sigers. The run-off election day is tomorrow from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at voting boxes in Wallisville, Hankamer and Beach City Community Bldgs., plus Pine Island School Bldg., the Courthouse Annex in Mont. Belvieu and at the American Legion Hall in Anahuac.

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A traffic study will be shown to the Liberty City Council and School Trustees to consider how best to handle traffic on Jefferson Dr. when the middle school opens by the High School.

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Dr. Reese Brown & his Liberty Medical-Surgical Clinic are sponsoring the 6th Ann. Sporting Clay Shoot benefiting Liberty Co. Red Cross-Sat. April 24th at the Pecan Meadows Sporting Center on FM 834. For more: Call Daniel Pratt at 936-336-8088.

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, 51, of Tarkington, Svcs @10 tomorrow at Sterling F.H.-Dayton.

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-VOLUME 19 NO. 68, FRIDAY APRIL 9TH, 2004-

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DPS Trooper Ryan Foley said 43-year-old Donna Russell of Louisiana and was westbound on Hwy 105 west of Moss Hill Wednesday afternoon, when she lost control of her vehicle. The car crossed completely over to the opposite side of the highway and crashed into a tree. Traffic was at a standstill on 105 for more than two hours while rescue personnel worked to free Ms. Russell and her son Daniel Myers, 23,of Liberty, from the vehicle which was wedged between some trees. Both mother and son were airlifted to Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston. Donna Russell was thought to have a fractured leg. The nature of Daniel Myers injuries was not known.

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Construction starts Monday to overlay a section of Hwy 146 from the Polk County Line to about 3 and a half miles south of Rye. TxDot Resident Engineer Charlotte Warner said the $3.2 million contract was awarded to Angel Brothers Construction of Baytown. Hwy 146 will remain open with at least one lane operational during the construction, but motorists traveling that section of the highway should expect some delays. It is estimated the project will be completed around mid-July.

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According to Liberty County Sheriff’s Department Investigator Chip Fairchild, 27-year-old Palu Moeakiola is listed in critical condition in the Intensive Care Unit of Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston after a suicide attempt at her Kenefick home on Monday. The woman reportedly attempted to end her life by hanging herself from a chandelier with an extension cord.

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The Valley Players Annual Spring Musical “Funny Girl” starts next weekend with performances at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday April 16th and 17th with a 2 p.m. matinee on Sunday April 18th. Additional performances are set for Thursday April 22nd and Saturday April 24th at 8 p.m. with a second matinee at 2 p.m. Sunday April 25th. All performances are at the Humphreys-Burson Theater in Liberty. Tickets are $5 each. To make reservations, call 936-336-6699.

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FUNERALS: Arthur Lee Lindsey, 39, of Houston, Services at 11 a.m. Monday at the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Dayton. ** Willie Paul Noack, 56, formerly of Dayton, Services at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Sterling Funeral Home in Dayton

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-VOLUME 19 NO. 67, THURSDAY APRIL 8TH, 2004-

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At a hearing held last Friday, it was determined the newborn infant found left at the door of Liberty-Dayton Community Hospital last month will remain in foster care for now. Liberty Attorney Barbara Norwood, appointed legal representative for the child known as “Baby Jacob, said the parents will be given a standard paternity test. Children’s Protective Services will also perform a study of the young mother’s home environment. Depending on the outcome of the home study and paternity test, the baby may be returned to his parents.

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Liberty Police report that 46-year-old James David Smallwood was using the men’s restroom in the Liberty Wal-mart Store yesterday morning when he dropped one of the two loaded handguns he is licensed to carry. The 22-caliber weapon landed on the hammer and discharged one round into the man’s upper leg. An EMS technician and a nurse, both of whom were shopping in the store when the accident occurred managed to help stem the bleeding until Liberty EMS arrived. Smallwood was taken to Liberty-Dayton Community Hospital for treatment. Police do not anticipate any charges being filed.

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The Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Secretary-Bosses Luncheon is set for Wednesday April 21st at noon in the Liberty City Hall Auditorium. The event is for all office personnel, with lunch from Ken Owen’s Catering for $10 a plate and numerous door prizes donated by local businesses. Make your reservations by calling 936-336-5736.

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The Annual Candlelight Vigil for Crime and Child Abuse Victims is set for Thursday April 22nd at 6:30 p.m. in the 75th District Courtroom of the Liberty County Courthouse. For more information, call 936-336-4612.

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The Liberty County Courthouse and all city offices in Liberty and Dayton will be closed tomorrow in observance of Good Friday. Garbage service will run as scheduled tomorrow in both Liberty and Dayton. All banks and post offices will be open for their normal business hours on Friday.

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FUNERAL: Lisa Renee Litton, 31, of Liberty, Services at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Allison Funeral Service in Liberty. **

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-VOLUME 19 NO. 66, WEDNESDAY APRIL 7TH, 2004-

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Dayton Police report that 31-year-old Lisa Stearns Litton was northbound on Hwy 146 in Dayton near the CMC Rail Yard yesterday afternoon, when her vehicle apparently hydroplaned on the rain-slick road and crossed into oncoming traffic. The Liberty woman’s SUV hit a pick up truck driven by Brandon True, 17, of Liberty. The collision caused Lisa Litton to be ejected. She was pronounced dead at the accident scene by JP #4 Glenn Pruitt. There were no other injuries reported.

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County Clerk Delia Sellars said since her office is responsible for the May 15th Liberty County Hospital District Election, voters in the Liberty and Hull-Daisetta School Districts can vote on that issue at their school district polling places, in spite of there being no school trustee elections. The proposal to create a taxing entity to provide a source of community funding for emergency medical services to residents in South Liberty County’s five school districts is being held in conjunction with local city council and school board races. While the Dayton, Hardin and Devers ISDs are having school board elections on the 15th, Liberty and Hull-Daisetta cancelled their elections due to a lack of contested trustee races.

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Eighteen-year-old Brent Hutchins of Liberty is now listed in good condition at Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston after being airlifted Monday afternoon from the scene of a single vehicle wreck on FM 563. The driver, Melinda Ann Howard, also 18, suffered some cuts and bruises in the wreck.

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The Dayton City Council met Monday night and voted to expand the city’s limits further by completing the annexation of a 92 acre tract of land on the south side of Brown Road and another four tracts north of town on Hwy 321.

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Due to yesterday’s wet weather, the Liberty Panthers District Baseball Game was rescheduled for 4:30 this afternoon. Coach Josh Sadler’s Panthers are in Cleveland to take on the Indians. Our live broadcast of Liberty Panthers Baseball starts shortly before 4:30 p.m. today.

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FUNERAL: Annye Jones, 73, of Atascocita, Services at 1 p.m. tomorrow at Atascocita United Methodist Church. **

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-VOLUME 19 NO. 65, TUESDAY APRIL 6TH, 2004-

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Liberty Police Officer Scott Mouton said a blown out tire could have caused Melinda Ann Howard, 18, to lose control of her vehicle on FM 563 just north of the TVE Fairgrounds around 5 p.m. yesterday. The car struck a guardrail and landed in the opposite lane. The impact sent Howard’s passenger, Brent Hutchins, also 18, crashing through the windshield. Brent Hutchins was airlifted to Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston. Information on the extent of the injuries was not available. Melinda Howard suffered some cuts and bruises.

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There is still no confirmation on an exact date for the expected special session of the Texas Legislature to redo the system of funding state education. According to State Representative Dan Ellis, there are plenty of ideas being thrown around about how to generate the estimated $11.5 billion in state revenue needed, but no consensus on a single plan. Ellis said the word from the Office of House Speaker Tom Craddick is that Governor Rick Perry will call the session on either April 12th or the 19th. Dan Ellis said even if a new education funding system to replace the so-called “Robin Hood Plan” were passed today, there would not be time for school districts to learn and implement it for use in their budgets for the 2004-2005 school year.

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Liberty City Manager Allen Barnes said he expects the City Council will vote not to open the City Swimming Pool this summer. As reported, the over-25-year old pool is in need of major repairs or complete replacement. Barnes said a new, more modern splash or spray type park could be built for the same $150,000 it would cost to repair or replace the existing pool. That type of water-park could also be open for a longer season, from 8 to 9 months. City Council will make the final decision.

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The Liberty Panthers Baseball Team will continue District Play tonight night in Cleveland. Start time for the Panthers vs. the Indians is 6 p.m. Our live broadcast of Liberty Panthers baseball begins around 5:50 p.m. tonight.

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FUNERALS: Mack Barneycastle, 80, of Liberty, Graveside services at 3 p.m. today at the Holly Grove Cemetery in Rye. ** Elsie S. Raney Johnson, 79, of Kenefick, Services at 1 p.m. tomorrow at Sterling Funeral Home in Dayton. **

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-VOLUME 19 NO. 64, MONDAY APRIL 5TH, 2004-

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Free firearm safety locks at Liberty Sheriff's Dept. and Liberty P.D. part of a “Child Safe” grant. Pick ‘em up at either dept.. ****************************************************

According to Volunteer Chair Judy Glover, this past weekend’s Cleveland Area Relay for Life raised almost $10,000 more for cancer research and education than last year. Mrs. Glover said the North Liberty County event benefiting the American Cancer Society raised $48,600. Even allowing for an estimated $2500 to $3,000 in expense, that amount is a big jump over last year’s $36,826. The South Liberty County Relay for Life is still to come on April 23rd at Dayton’s Bronco Stadium. The combined total of last year’s Liberty County Relays was $111,766.

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Today is the first day for early voting in the April 13th Republican Primary run-off election for Chambers County Sheriff. The race is between incumbent Monroe Kreuzer versus Hugh Sigers. Early voting is 8 to 5 daily through Thursday at the Chambers Co. Courthouse in Anahuac and the Annexes in Winnie, Mont Belvieu and Cedar Bayou. Only registered voters in Chambers Co. who cast ballots in the Republican Primary on Mar.9th or did not vote in the primary can vote in this run-off.

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The 21st Shine-All-Nine Easter Egg Hunt is this Saturday morning at 10 in the Liberty City Park. Kids 9 and under are invited to hunt for the 5,000 candy-filled plastic eggs, 90 prize eggs and four grand prize eggs good for 3 new bikes and helmet, plus a nice wagon are provided by our sponsors. Try to arrive early since crowds are large, tune in to FM 99.9 for instructions.

Funeral Services will be Thursday at 2 in the 1st Church of the Nazarene-3610 Watters Rd, in Pasadena, for the father of Dayton Police Officer, Danny Carr. The 62 year old victim was shot to death by armed robbers. Houston Police said Dennis Carr was returning from the bank with a large sum of cash when three men apparently tried to rob him. The elder Carr reportedly returned fire forcing them to flee. He died of gunshot wounds..

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FUNERALS:Marian Joseph Zbranek, 72, of Devers, Service. at 10 am today at 1st Baptist Church in Devers.** Lloyd “Little Man” Thompson, 73, of Dayton, Private services at a later date. Elmer Nelson100, Dayton, today 1:30pm -Pace-Stancil Dayton*

Joanna Harrison-64, graveside,Wed-3 pm @ Fairlawn- Liberty.

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-VOLUME 19 NO. 63, FRIDAY APRIL 2ND, 2004-

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More information is available now on plans by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality to drop Liberty and Chambers Counties from the state’s enhanced tail pipe testing program. State Representative Dan Ellis said he cannot foresee any reason why the TCEQ would not follow through on the plan, since neither county contributes enough pollution to warrant being included. Ellis had high praise for Sandy Pickett of Liberty, whom he credited with the hardest work in fighting the local area’s inclusion in the emissions testing plan. Liberty and Chambers County residents will still have to get annual vehicle inspections, but it appears now, without the expensive enhanced testing in effect in Harris and other counties.

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The 12th Annual Dayton Ole Tyme Days Festival is Friday April 16th through Sunday April 18th in Downtown Dayton. The event features arts and crafts, food booths, a street dance, a youth night, car show, barbecue cook off, junior chili cook off, pony and train rides for the kids, a petting zoo, a carnival, the Lil’ Miss and Mr. Dayton Ole Tyme Days Pageant and more. For more information call 936-258-3567.

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Tomorrow is opening day for Liberty Youth Baseball and Softball in the Liberty City Park. Games begin at 9:30 a.m. with barbecue served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Opening Day Ceremonies at 11:45. The Liberty Municipal Park is located at the end of Cook Road, off North Main Street.

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This Sunday at 2 a.m. marks the annual start of Daylight Savings Time. Any clocks that do not do so automatically will need to be set ahead one hour or “Spring Forward” before going to bed Saturday night. It is also recommended that this is a good time change the batteries in all smoke detectors.

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All Nine Sports will broadcast the Liberty Panthers vs. Huffman Falcons Baseball game tonight from the Liberty City Park, starting shortly before 7 p.m.

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FUNERALS: Ralph Roberts, 87, of LaPorte, Graveside services at 10 a.m. today at the Hardin Chapel Cemetery in Hardin. ** Neal Preston “Shorty” Perkins, 68, Graveside services at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Johnson Cemetery in Liberty.

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-VOLUME 19 NO. 62 THURSDAY APRIL 1ST, 2004-

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A trial date of May 18th has been set for 35-year-old Mathew Whitmire of Liberty for Conspiracy to Commit Capitol Murder. Whitmire and his wife, Lisa are accused of attempting to hire someone to kill DPS Trooper Brian Nichols in June of last year, while Whitmire was incarcerated in the Liberty County Jail. The Liberty man was in jail following his arrest in connection to a high-speed chase during which he reportedly almost ran down a police officer. The “hit man” the couple allegedly hired was an informant who turned them in. Whitmire has denied the charges.

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According to Liberty Attorney Mark Morefield, who represents developer Weldon “Buddy” Alders, allegations made against his client in a lawsuit filed by 347 residents of subdivisions near the Cox Road Waste Dump are false. The suit alleges Alders misrepresented the value and safe occupancy of homes and land he sold by not telling buyers there was a toxic waste dump not far away. Morefield said Alders did not even know the dump might be a hazard until 2002, and since that time has done everything possible to make residents aware of it. Tests by the TCEQ and the EPA show no dangerous contamination of any kind in residential areas near the dumpsite.

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Memorial Hermann Hospital Officials say the condition of 49-year-old James Potts of Dayton is listed as “undetermined”. Potts was airlifted to the hospital after his pick up slammed into the back of a Dayton School Bus Tuesday morning. .

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Tomorrow’s All Nine Partyline Program at 8:30 a.m. will feature the two candidates who are in a Republican Primary Run Off Election for Chambers County Sheriff on April 13th. Neither Incumbent Monroe Kreuzer Jr. or his nearest opponent Hugh Sigers garnered more than 50% of the vote in the March 9th Primary Election as is required. Listeners are invited to call in questions for the candidates during the program.

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FUNERALS: Lee C. Edmonds, 84, of Liberty, Services at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Allison Funeral Service in Liberty. ** Leopold S. Montes, 79, of Houston, Services at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Rosewood Funeral Home in Humble. ** Weldon Arthur Sanders, Sr., 95, of Hull, Services at 2 p.m. today at 1st United Methodist Church in Daisetta. **

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