RADIOGRAM: Volume 35, No. 114 Thursday, June 11, 2020

Volume 35, No. 114 Thursday, June 11, 2020


Truck Thefts: Two truck thefts in the last week from a Liberty subdivision have investigators with the Liberty Police Department searching for those responsible. Liberty Police Department Lt. Chip Fairchild says the two trucks were stolen from homes in the Travis Park subdivision. The first theft was taken from a home last week. That truck was later recovered in Hardin by Liberty Police. Then last Sunday, a grey 2018 Dodge 3 ¼ ton truck, trailer, and a 2014 camouflage Polaris RZR ATV were stolen from another home in Travis Park. Those vehicles are still missing. The 2018 Grey Dodge truck license plate number is MGW 2226. Lt. Fairchild urges -those with any knowledge or information about these thefts in Travis Park to call the Liberty Police Department at (936) 336-5666.


New Totals: On Tuesday, we had a report about the amazing success of the 71st annual Dayton FFA Livestock Auction held last Saturday. We reported that generous mostly local buyers spent $282,219 with the youth of Dayton before add-ons. Yesterday on the Party Line program featured the Dayton High School Ag Department. Pam Huggins said the new total with ad-ons included is over $311,000. Ms. Huggins says the total spent should continue to increase over the next couple of weeks.


DISD: Dayton ISD is saying goodbye, thanks and good luck to 12 members of the staff who are retiring in the 2019-2020 school year. Student services director, and Assistant Superintendent Travis Young, is highlighting four of them to honor each week. The first four retirees are all from the Dayton ISD Child Nutrition Department. Ms. Gail Fisher has been on staff in Dayton Schools 14 years assigned to all four elementary campuses at one time or another. Next Dayton ISD retiree to be honored is Mrs. Linda Brooks. She has been employed for 20 years at Dayton High School. Carlette Jones has worked in Dayton Schools for 30 years mostly at Dr. E. R. Richter Elementary. Another staff member retiring from Dayton Schools, after 30 years, is Ms. Susan Robinson. Assistant Superintendent Travis Young extended a big thanks to all of the retirees.


Ribbon Cutting: After a brief period of being closed Dayton’s Food truck Friday is back and better than ever - Food Truck Friday at The Crossroads will reopen with a ribbon cutting this Friday at 10:30 AM then stick around and grab lunch from one of the great food trucks. That’s food truck Friday this Friday on Highway 90 next to Jack in the Box in Dayton….. and oh by the way The Farmers Market will also return this Saturday, June 13 also at the Crossroads. . ************************************************

Obits: Funeral arrangements are set for Deloris Faye “Stinky” Gothard Reynolds, age 62, most recently of Crosby died Sunday. She was a 30 year resident of Dayton but more recently lived in Crosby and Humble. Visitation is Today (Thursday) from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home Chapel in Dayton. Funeral arrangements are complete for Joshua Allen Sessions, age 30, of Tarkington Prairie who died last Sunday. A memorial service will be held at 10:00 a.m., this Saturday, at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home Chapel in Dayton. Visitation is Friday from 5:00 until 7:00 p.m. Pearly “Pearl” Mae Fontenot, 76, of Humble, Texas, passed away on Monday, June 8, after an illness. She was a member of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Raywood. Visitation is today at 9:00 a.m. in the Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, FM 160, Raywood, Service and interment follows at 10:00 a.m.


Lake Release: 10,000 CFS –Liberty Bridge: 17.60 ASL

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