Wednesday, January 18, 2017
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There were no injuries after a fire erupted in a mobile home off of Dogwood Street east of Lumberton on Sunday at around 1 p.m. It took crews an hour to contain the blaze with the mutual aid help of Silsbee Fire Department. Lumberton investigators are still determining the cause of the... + continue reading
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
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By Daniel Elizondo Hardin County commissioners adopted a resolution recognizing L.W. “Red” Cooper for 24 years of service as Precinct 5 constable in the county. Cooper ran for re-election in November and lost to Carlos Montalvo, ending his tenure. He continues to serve... + continue reading
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
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Hundreds gathered for the annual MLK Day Parde on Monday through Silsbee. Several marched the streets in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. in a parade that featured parade marshalls Bro. Richard and Sis. Odessa Hawkins. To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition... + continue reading
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
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By Daniel Elizondo The Kountze Lady Lions used a stifling offense to upend Kirbyville 57-27 on Tuesday, Jan. 10 in a District 23-3A game. Kountze opened up the game holding the Lady Wildcats after one quarter 18-3. By halftime, Kountze lead swelled... + continue reading
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
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By Daniel Elizondo The Kountze Lions got its first shot at redemption on Friday after disposing of East Chambers in its first District 23-3A meeting this season. Kountze got the better of East Chambers last year in its two meetings, however it was a... + continue reading

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01/18/2017
By Mary Bernard On Dec. 21, 2016, the Stover family of Silsbee finalized the transfer of a 68.4-acre parcel of land on Big Sandy Creek in Hardin County to the Big Thicket Natural Heritage Trust, a local land trust. The transfer included a charitable ... + continue reading
01/18/2017
By Daniel Elizondo It is beginning to be a regular thing for Hayden Daugherty, reaching the state level as a part of his criminal justice class he attends at Silsbee High School. The senior will be making his third appearance at the state level, this... + continue reading

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01/18/2017
There were no injuries after a fire erupted in a mobile home off of Dogwood Street east of Lumberton on Sunday at around 1 p.m. It took crews an hour to contain the blaze with the mutual aid help of Silsbee Fire Department. Lumberton investigators are still determining the cause of the... + continue reading
01/18/2017
By Daniel Elizondo Hardin County commissioners adopted a resolution recognizing L.W. “Red” Cooper for 24 years of service as Precinct 5 constable in the county. Cooper ran for re-election in November and lost to Carlos Montalvo, ending his tenure. He continues to serve... + continue reading
01/18/2017
Hundreds gathered for the annual MLK Day Parde on Monday through Silsbee. Several marched the streets in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. in a parade that featured parade marshalls Bro. Richard and Sis. Odessa Hawkins. To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition... + continue reading

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01/18/2017
By Daniel Elizondo The Kountze Lady Lions used a stifling offense to upend Kirbyville 57-27 on Tuesday, Jan. 10 in a District 23-3A game. Kountze opened up the game... + continue reading

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01/18/2017
By Mary Bernard On Dec. 21, 2016, the Stover family of Silsbee finalized the transfer of a 68.4-acre parcel of land on Big Sandy Creek in Hardin County to the Big... + continue reading

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01/18/2017
The Silsbee ISD Board of Trustees held their monthly meeting on January 10 at 7 p.m. in the board room of the administration office. The big news of the evening was that... + continue reading