Radiogram Monday March 16, 2020

Updated: Mar 16, 2020

Volume 35, No. 50 Monday, March 16, 2020


Closures: Over the weekend we reported about school closings in our area due to the Coronavirus threat. All seven Liberty school districts and all three Chambers County school districts have cancelled classes and extracurricular activities for this week, March 16-20. In Chambers County all three school districts: Barbers Hill, Anahuac, and East Chambers cancelled traditional classes and extra curricular activities thru Friday March 20th. In addition, the University Interscholastic League has suspended ALL UIL sporting events and academic events statewide. Each school district will monitor conditions related to the COVID-19 or Corronavirus and communicate with the Media and students when conditions change. At news time there have been no confirmed cases of Coronavirus in either Liberty or Chambers Counties. We learned that at the Liberty-Dayton Regional Medical Center hospital there have been several patients tested for the virus but all have returned from testing centers with negative test results. However there have been cases of Coronavirus detected in counties surrounding Liberty and Chambers County so an abundance of caution is urged in messages from state, national, and worldwide experts.


Meals: Here is important news to the students of Dayton ISD, the Liberty ISD, and Cleveland ISD. First for Dayton students,. They can get Grab-n-Go breakfast and lunch combo starting Monday, March 16. Meals will be available daily for drive-thru and pick-up between 9:30 am-12:30 pm Dr. E. R. Richter Elementary School. Parents/Guardians are asked to use the bus loop entrance off of Cherry Creek Road. Dayton students MUST be present in the car in order to get a meal. These Grab-n-Go meals are FREE to any Dayton ISD student 18 years of age and under. Now moving on to Liberty ISD students. They can have daily meals FREE for drive-thru pick-up between 10:00 AM and 1:00 pm at Liberty Middle School via the bus drop-off lane on the west side of the school. Meals are available for any LISD students 18 years of age and under. Now as to the Cleveland ISD. They too are providing FREE drive-thru meals to all children 18 years or younger on Monday, March 16th starting at 9:00 AM and continuing until 11:00 AM. Children MUST be in the vehicle to obtain the meals provided. This drive-thru service will be at the Cleveland Middle School student drop-off/pick-up area; entering the campus on Truman Street, then exiting in front of the campus on 321. Again, all of these meals are free.


Information: A special announcement from one of our local banks. ALL locations of First Liberty National Bank have announced that due to recent events FLNB will reduce their hours just for this week of March 16th through 20th. ALL locations will open at 9 AM and close at 4 PM. Their video tellers in China, Hardin, Huffman, and the North Main Bank in Liberty will be available during normal hours, opening at 7 AM and closing at 6 PM. The announcement said they will do their best to maintain normal call center hours. For any questions please call 936-336-6471. Again, those reduced hours of operation at FLNB are only for this week of March 16th thru the 20th. So many events and meetings have been either canceled or rescheduled we thought we would report that the Dayton ISD School board meeting set for tomorrow, Tuesday March 17th WILL BE held as planned – that’s tomorrow at the Will Moore Administration. 100 Cherry Creek Road. The full agenda meeting will begin at 7 PM. Those meetings are open to the public. In addition, we double checked with Liberty City Secretary Dianne Tidwell who confirmed that the regular meeting of the Liberty Community Development Corporation, better known as the LCDC, will meet Tuesday evening at 6 PM in Liberty City Hall. Those meetings are open to the public.


Obits: Peggy Lynn Epperson Mitchell, 78, of Dayton passed away Friday, March 13, Services for Mrs. Mitchell will be 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, March 17, at First Baptist Church of Dayton. Visitation is 5:00 until 8:00 p.m. today (Monday), at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home-Dayton. Earl Lee Dean Sr., 85 died Tuesday, at home in Dayton. He was preceded in death by his wife of 63 years, Francine Dean. A memorial service for Earl Lee will be 12:30 p.m., this Saturday, March 21 at his daughter Kim’s home, 546 South Gates Street in Devers. Pace-Stancil Funeral Home-Dayton is in charge.


Lake Release: 14,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 17.70 ASL

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