The Texas Comptroller had good and bad news to announce this morning. Sales tax revenue remitted in July totaled $2.98 billion, up 4.3 percent over the amount received in July of last year.Read more
As of Saturday afternoon, Liberty County has had a total of 842 cases of COVID-19.Read more
The City of Cleveland said farewell Thursday to longtime employee Mary Hale, with the City for 14 years and now ready for a well-earned retirement.
On Thursday afternoon it was difficult to tell because of the masks but there were wide grins on the faces of all of the Liberty Elk Lodge No.Read more
Here are a few of the photos from the Dayton Enhancement Committee ribbon cutting held this evening for the city’s new public mural.Read more
In the early morning hours of Thursday at approximately 3:am, three inmates from the Liberty County Jail managed to get out of their cells and into the enclosed perimeter yard before they were apprehended by jail personnel.Read more
The Lazy H took part in a combined protest and fundraiser last Saturday and now has its TABC license suspended for 30 days, not that the suspension makes any difference with the governor having closed all of the state’s bars, anyway.Read more
As of 1:30 p.m. yesterday, according to the Texas Department of State Health Services COVID-19 online dashboard, Liberty County had reached a total of 808 COVID-19 cases, with 336 of those cases active, 440 recoveries and 25 deaths.Read more