RADIOGRAM: Volume 35, No.151 Monday August 10, 2020

Volume 35, No.151 Monday August 10, 2020


With Hardin and Hull Daisetta ISD both starting school this Thursday, virtually only, both districts will have computers available for students, however each will handle the delivery of those devices a little differently. Hardin ISD will be providing one Chromebook per family for student’s grades 3 through 12 to assist with the virtual learning. Families with more than three children may receive an additional Chromebook. These Chromebooks will be distributed from the Hardin Elementary on August 11th and August 12th from 7am to 9am and 5pm to 8pm. A parent will be required to sign for the device and accept the responsibility. This year no usage fee will be required, however damage fees will still apply. Hardin ISD Student and Parent Orientation is also Tuesday, August 11th from 6:30-7:00 pm for 9th and 11th grade families and Wednesday, August 12th from 6:30-7:00 pm for 10th and 12th grade families. The information covered in these orientation meetings is the same as what is posted on the Hardin ISD website. Parents of Hardin students are encouraged to go to the website first. If, after viewing them, you would still like to attend the face-to-face Student and Parent Orientation, they ask you to call the Hardin High School office to reserve seating. The Student and Parent Orientation is not mandatory. Hull Daisetta will also start with virtual instruction only on August 13, or this Thursday. Hull Daisetta ISD will be using Google Classroom and all students will be required to log in and complete their assignments daily. The district will issue one computer per family; however parents of students at Hull Daisetta ISD will first need to request one. A link is available on the Hull Daisetta website to make that request. There is a $25 fee for the computer. Device hand out for those who have already submitted their request at Hull Daisetta is today and Wednesday from 9 to 11 am at the front circle of the High School campus.


If you appreciate history you will surely enjoy this report of breaking news from Liberty County Historical Commission chair - Linda Jamison. She tells us, three historical marker applications from Liberty Co. forwarded to the Texas Historical Commission in Austin have now been approved. Some of these applications are to commemorate specific historic subjects, some are about historic buildings or people worthy of recognition for the part they played in local history. The Liberty Co. Historical Commission members and its long time chair, Linda Jamison, are appointees of the Liberty County Commissioners court. The County historical commission, all volunteers, had submitted applications for three markers to the Texas State Historical commission and now Linda Jamison has told her committees that all three all have been approved at the state level. One is a W. C. ABBOTT subject marker; another is LIBERTY COUNTY BANK - ZBRANEK BUILDING, on the courthouse square, as a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; and THE LOVETT HOUSE has received Recorded Texas Historical landmark status. Ms Jamison also revealed the Liberty County Historical Commission has also been approved for processing of a Historic Texas Cemetery designation on WELLS CEMETERY in Cleveland/Tarkington area. She said an application has also been submitted for a state historic designation for the Wright Cemetery in the Tarkington area. There are also county markers being processed for St. Anne's Catholic Church on FM 686 in Eastgate, for The Texan Theater in downtown Cleveland. and there is work going on for a historic application for "Old City Hall" on Church Street in Dayton. That building is on its way to being a Police Museum in Dayton. The Liberty County Historic Commission is recognized as one of Texas’ very best county historic commissions. This report is an example as to why they have such high state wide recognition.


Here is an important scam alert: Through our membership with the Better Business Bureau we learned from they have received numerous reports about scam websites claiming to sell face masks online. There are several phony online stores – especially when an item is in high demand. BBB Scam Tracker reports, these crooks take victims’ money and often never deliver anything. In worst cases, these sites are actually a way to steal your personal and credit card information, opening you up to identity theft. Also watch out for products claiming to offer a “miracle cure” for a range of ailments. Safest way is to stick with local stores or websites you know and trust. Scam Tracker urges people to Check to read what other experiences have been.


Obits: Dr. Ronald (Ronnie) M. Davis, 84, of Dayton passed away on August 6, Ronnie was a longtime resident of Dayton and an Eagle Scout, He got his pre-med at Stephen F. Austin and his medical degree at the California College of Medicine. Dr. Davis completed his internship at Ben Taub Hospital in Houston. Later he opened his own practice in Seabrook and practiced He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Ollie Damek Davis of Dayton; and children. Services for Dr. Ronnie Davis will be 11:00 a.m., tomorrow, August 11, at the Liberty Church of Christ 3201 North Main in Liberty, under the direction of Pace-Stancil Funeral Home-Dayton


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