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Mont Belvieu FD receives canned drinking water for wildfire response

The Mont Belvieu Fire Department recently received canned emergency drinking water to help provide critical hydration to its responders during this year’s wildfire season. On Thursday, June 17, 2021, M.L. Wismer Distributing Company, a local Anheuser-Busch wholesaler partner, dropped off two pallets – one more the Mont Belvieu Fire Department and one for the other Chambers County volunteer departments – to the department to help support its wildfire response needs. Maintaining firefighters’ hydration during long incidents or disasters such as wildfires is a major safety concern for many departments.
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DAR awards scholarship

Jaime Hernandez received the DAR good citizen scholarship in the amount of $1,000. He is the valedictorian of Hardin high school and will be attending the University of Texas in the fall. Pictured are Nan Headrick, Jaime Hernandez, and Shannon Gardner, DAR regent.
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Olive Bethel Homecoming set

Olive Bethel Missionary Baptist Church will have its Homecoming Service on Sunday, June 27 at 11 am at Olive Bethel, located at 5830 FM 1011 Liberty. Pastor Gregg Bellard will bring the message. Due to the recent Pandemic, traditional Homecoming Services and indeed all services have changed. Last year, there...
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Jose Jimenez wins North Shore Rotary Raffle

North Shore Rotarians gathered last Saturday afternoon at Turner Chevrolet in Crosby, to pull raffle tickets for their benefit Raffle event, and award prizes. The raffle this year was in place of their annual Catfish Fry and Crawfish Broil, which they did not hold because of the health concerns from the COVID19 pandemic.
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Texas Judge Orders Father to Get Covid Shot to See His Children

Fox 26 in Houston reports a Liberty County, Texas man says his rights were violated when divorce judge ordered him to go get a Covid vaccine in order to see his children. The order was issued by District Judge Travis Kitchens. The outlet reports Trinity County court records state the vaccine is required in order for the man who lives in Cleveland, Texas to have visitation with his children.
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Divorce Court Judge orders COVID-19 vaccine for Liberty Co. man to see his children

LIBERTY COUNTY, Texas - A Liberty County man says his rights were violated when a divorce court judge ordered him to get a COVID-19 vaccine in order to see his kids. The court-ordered COVID-19 vaccine was listed as a requirement by the judge in order for Chris Staley to have visitation with his kids, according to Trinity County court records.
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CASA Family Block Party

Fundraising Event for CASA of Liberty and Chambers Counties. Liberty, TX: CASA of Liberty and Chambers Counties is hosting a ‘CASA Family Block Party’, a fundraiser to be held on June 12, 2021 from 4:00 to 8:00pm on CASA’s front lawn, at 2015 Scout St. Liberty, TX 77575. The event will include carnival games and prizes, inflatable bounce houses, and food trucks. Tickets for games and attractions will be sold at the event for $0.25 per ticket.
Killeen Daily Herald

Ministry leaders to honor Cove grads

Copperas Cove graduating senior Isabella Dickson said she is excited to participate in the 2021 baccalaureate service at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Lea Ledger Auditorium on the campus of the high school. “I’m excited, because it’s an opportunity for my class, as a whole, to celebrate this big accomplishment...
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Cove's utility assistance donation program up and running

The city of Copperas Cove Utility Administration Department is pleased to announce the Utility Assistance Donation Program. The program is designed to provide financial assistance to requesting active residential customers of the City of Copperas Cove utility services. Donations to support the program will be accepted at Utility Administration either...
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Highlands Rotary awards 19 scholarships

Highlands Rotary Club held their annual Scholarship Banquet last Monday night, and awarded 19 scholarships totaling $32,500. In spite of heavy rains and very inclement weather, the venue of the Baytown Boat Club on Highlands Clear Lake Road was full to capacity, with scholarship recipients, family and friends, and Rotarians and their families.
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Jose Jimenez wins North Shore Rotary Raffle

North Shore Rotarians gathered last Saturday afternoon at Turner Chevrolet in Crosby, to pull raffle tickets for their benefit Raffle event, and award prizes. The raffle this year was in place of their annual Catfish Fry and Crawfish Broil, which they did not hold because of the health concerns from the COVID19 pandemic.
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Mormon missionaries offering free yard services in Cove area

For the past several weeks, Shaun Hicken and Seth Johnson, both missionaries with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, have been busy mowing, trimming and clipping as they have been offering free yard services to the Copperas Cove area. “We just want to spread true joy,” Hicken...
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Caregiving answers chronic dog dumping

CROSBY – Those of us with a heart for dogs were encouraged last Saturday to learn that a local lady is working diligently to find homes for strays and dogs being dropped off in east Harris County from that big city to the West. Most in Crosby believe there is...