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Radiogram: Volume 35, No. 37 Wednesday, February 26, 2020


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L-D Chamber Banquet: Held last night at the Dayton Community Center, the Liberty Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet was an opportunity to recognize incoming and outgoing board members, and honor the two special individuals selected as Citizen of the Year for the cities of Dayton and Liberty. The Citizen of the Year award is given to persons in the Liberty-Dayton area who unselfishly volunteer their time, over a long period, in service and kindness to others. Last night in front of 350 or so people, Diane Huddleston was named as the Liberty Area Citizen of the year, presented by Frank Jordan who was last years honoree. While Earl Randolph was given the honor of Dayton Citizen of the year presented by last year’s Dayton recipient was Julie Campbell with Star Twirling Academy. We will have more in depth details about their service to the two communities in Thursday’s news. The keynote speaker was former Harris County Judge Ed Emmett.


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Hunter Education: It is important to note that every hunter in Texas, born on or after September 2nd 1971 must have completed the state required Hunter’s Education Course in order to get a hunting license. Having said that, Brent Beamesderfer has been offering that required course for several years at the Dayton Community Center. The date is already set for March 14th. Again, its at the Dayton Community Center from 8 am until 4 pm Saturday March 14th.. Minimum age to take the course is 9 years of age. The cost for the course is only $15. For more information or to pre-register, contact Brent Beamesderfer at the following phone number. 281.757.6950 and leave a message. Again call: 281-757-6950.

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Help Day: In early February it was widely reported that Liberty Co. Deputy Sheriff Richard Whitten died with what was said to be a heart attack. At the time he was in physical therapy at a Houston Medical rehabilitation facility. He was there because in 2019 this courageous Deputy was shot in the neck while attempting to apprehend an armed murder suspect who had just shot and killed a woman and then also shot two men all at a business location in mid-Liberty County. Deputy Whitten’s injury resulted in critical injuries that left him paralyzed. This Saturday, volunteers are being asked to pitch in and help Deputy Whitten’s widow and family catch up on work that’s needed around the property and house. Mrs. Whitten had stayed by Richard’s side at the hospital throughout his fight for life. In the nine months between when he was shot and his passing lots of stuff fell by the wayside the really needed to be done. Now a volunteer workday will be held this Saturday from 8 am to 2 pm to help Deputy Sheriff Richard Whitton’s widow with yard and household chores that have been left unattended. For those who would like to volunteer, please contact Doug Taylor 832-452-3183. That number again is 832-452-3183.

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Obits: Danny Joe Basham, 74, of Saratoga, Texas, died last Friday at Harbor Hospice in Beaumont. Danny Basham was born in Liberty, He was an oilfield worker. Survivors include his wife of 51 years, Connie Basham of Saratoga. Graveside service were held on Tuesday, February, 25, at Guedry Cemetery in Batson, at 2:00 P.M. ** Funeral service is set for Philip Hugh Brady, 84, of Pasadena, who died last Saturday in Houston. Mr. Brady was born in Daisetta and was a long time resident of Dayton. Visitation at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home-Dayton from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Wednesday February 26th. Graveside service for Philip Brady is at 2:00 Wednesday at Ryan Cemetery in Tarkington Prairie.

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Lake Release: 28,400 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 24.70 ASL

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