The Liberty County Hospital District has formally launched a campaign in support of a referendum to build a new 51,000-square-foot Liberty Dayton Regional Medical Center, as well as a separate freestanding clinic just north of downtown Dayton.
Area residents set out on a march Sunday morning to honor the 13 military members that recently lost their lives in a tragic terrorist attack at the hands of a suicide bomber in Kabul, Afghanistan. The event saw the group walk from the Dayton Police Department on HWY 321 to the Liberty County Courthouse and back for a 13.8-mile trip, the 13 being significant to honor each of the soldiers that lost their lives.Read more
Matt graduated from Hardin High School in 2004 after graduation he attended the College of Healthcare Professionals where he received a Billing and Coding Certificate and continued on for an Associates Degree in Health Information Management. Matt has worked for Liberty Dayton Regional Medical Center since 2017, where he began his career in ER Registration. He currently serves as the Manager for Liberty Dayton Medical Clinic. Matt resides in Liberty County with his fiancé Jamie and raises their 3 children Kaylee, Kennedy, and Wyatt.Read more
Do you know of a child between the ages of 5 years old up to a Senior in high school who loves to can, bake, paint, draw, sew, woodwork, craft, or even take pictures? Does the child live in Liberty or Chambers County?Read more
The Board of Directors for the Greater Cleveland Chamber of Commerce have written an official Resolution in support of the Cleveland ISD Bond referendum that has been proposed for the Nov. 2, 2021 election to build a new high school. Raylene Atkinson, Chair-Elect, presented the resolution to members of the Chamber at their recent luncheon.Read more