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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Lowe’s Regional Distribution Center to bring 200 jobs to New Caney

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Lowe’s Companies, Inc. is expected to open in July 2021 a 1.5 million square-foot regional distribution center in the East Montgomery County Improvement District’s industrial park in New Caney. The facility will...

Texas State Parks, Historical Commission host self-guided events celebrating Thanksgiving, Christmas

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Although holiday celebrations look a little different this year, Texas State Parks and the Texas Historical Commission State Historic Sites are hosting more than 50 events across the state to help bring...

City of Liberty exploring downtown brick sidewalk project

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The City of Liberty has taken the first step in a proposed brick sidewalk project for the downtown district. Currently a topographic survey is underway of four city blocks from Milam St....

Montgomery County reports fourth West Nile case for 2020

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The Montgomery County Public Health District has received confirmation of the fourth probable case of West Nile Virus in Montgomery County for 2020. The woman, who is in her 40s, resides in...

Dayton ISD staff surprised by unexpected bonuses

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All Dayton ISD staff members received an incredible vote of confidence and appreciation from the Dayton ISD School Board on Wednesday. Throughout the day, various Dayton ISD administrators and school board members...

Road work ahead for Plum Grove? Maybe, if County can get the city to...

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Liberty County commissioners believe they have a plan to fix the worst stretch of Plum Grove Road at no cost to the city, but first they have to get city leaders to...

Trinity Valley Exposition livestock auction records shattered

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The final tally is in for the Trinity Valley Exposition's Youth Livestock Auction and the results are surprising even longtime organizers. Gina Worthy, a spokesperson for TVE, said that bidders paid a...

Liberty County enacts burn ban as firefighters battle blazes in north end

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A burn ban was issued Monday by Liberty County Judge Jay Knight, prohibiting all outdoor burning except when it is used for firefighter training or controlled burns for public utility, natural gas...

Liberty residents, realtors complain of city government overreach in utility ordinance

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The City of Liberty will be looking for better ways to connect electrical service to residences after complaints were made at the Nov. 10 city council meeting by several residents, including a...

Bailes pre-files private property rights legislation

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State Representative Ernest Bailes pre-filed HB 448 to address the rights of private property owners to file complaints against entities regarding alleged misconduct while exercising eminent domain authority. HB 448 is a...

Traffic alert: FM 1960 west of Dayton to shut down intermittently overnight

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Motorists traveling on FM 1960 tonight may be impacted by work on the Grand Parkway between the hours of 8 p.m. Wednesday and 5 a.m. Thursday. According to...

City of Dayton honors local military veterans

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Military veterans were treated to a free lunch in recognition of Veterans Day on Wednesday in Dayton. The luncheon was sponsored by the City of Dayton with the assistance of the Dayton...