Radiogram Tuesday April 7, 2020

Volume 35, No. 65, Tuesday April 7, 2020


8 Confirmed: Yesterday, Monday - Liberty County got their Sixth, Seventh and Eighth confirmed cases of Coronavirus. According to the Liberty County Office of Emergency Management, the Sixth case is a woman, 40-50 years of age. She lives in North Liberty County. The State health department report indicated she shows mild symptoms and is being isolated at home. The seventh case, a man, 40 to 50 years old also lives on the North end of Liberty County. He is currently experiencing mild symptoms and isolating at home. The Eighth confirmed COVID-19 is a female 50 to 60 year’s old living in North Liberty County. She is also experiencing mild symptoms and isolating at home. It should be noted that the OEM does not break down the cases by towns as do other jurisdictions close by. Chambers County does have a local public health department. Liberty County does not have a public health department and relies on the Department of State Health Services. The DSHS does not disclose those details in their reporting. With more than 40 years of collecting news in this area, KSHN.COM has developed sources we both know and trust, who also trust us. With that, we have been told there is a possible Ninth case in the Moss Bluff area. That’s called a presumptive positive. Of the 8 confirmed cases in the county, four are in the Cleveland area, three are in the Tarkington area, with one in the Dayton area. In addition, that one presumptive positive that has not yet made the State Health Services list, is in the Moss Bluff area. To date, despite 8 confirmed cases there has not been a single fatality in Liberty County. The same can be said for Chambers County despite their 11 confirmed cases of Coronavirus.


Neighbors: All around our nation we see wonderful people stepping up to help their neighbors during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The same is true right here in Liberty County. Dayton Mayor Caroline Wadzeck, a Monday KSHN.Com Party Line guest, recognized some in her Dayton community who have not let a Pandemic prevent them from taking care of their neighbors, by delivering meals to the elderly, and to first responders. Mayor Wadzeck said she is proud of Salvatore Herrera of Los Compadres, the Dayton Ministerial Alliance, and Dewayne and Stephine Pope of Dayton Diner. So the next time you don’t want to cook, remember the good folks at Dayton’s Los Compadres and the Dayton Diner.


Babin: This week in Liberty County is shaping up to be a rough week for COVID-19. District 36 US Congressman Brian Babin, in an interview with on Friday, said the Federal, State, and Local governments are working diligently to help us during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Congressman Babin thanked first responders and health care workers for their hard work during this tragedy. He said unlike other wars, we can’t see our enemy this time.


Church: Over the last few weeks there has been a change in how people attend worship services due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Last Sunday First United Methodist Church - Liberty Pastor Josh Hale reminded his congregation, listeners, and viewers on then internet, what really makes a church. He said it’s the people who make up a church, not the building. Pastor Hale can be heard and seen, on every Sunday morning at 11 AM. That is delayed by one hour. The actual church time is 10AM. On Sunday also see and hear the St. Miles Baptist Church, in Ames live on at 10 AM.

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