Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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By Daniel Elizondo The Silsbee Downtown Revitilization group is holding its Christmas tree contest and purchased trees will be anchored on Saturday. The contest is open to individuals, groups or businesses for the contest. Each person provides a tree and decorates it downtown with a sign... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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By: Meagan Moore   Connie Carrier of Silsbee woke up one day and decided that she needed to change her life. Her story is one of success, pride, and rehabilitation. Carrier is a loving wife who took care of her ill husband for 33 years. In the process, Carrier forgot to... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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By: Meagan Moore   Elestor Pryor of Silsbee has been volunteering for different events and organizations formost of her life. Approximately six months ago she retired as a volunteer for the Sunshine Resale Shop. However, every once and awhile Pryor still goes and serves... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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By Daniel Elizondo   When David Silvernail retired in 1998, escaping and putting his mind at ease from a stressful career was the only option he was seeking. He tried several outlets to find that comforting “tranquilizer” from the years of nonstop work... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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The Silsbee Fire Department was called to a fire on Thurday at 1250 Marshall Lane in Silsbee. The fire in the residence appeared to destroy the back portion of the home that was owned by the resident Linda Ruggles. Silsbee received mutual aid assistance from Lumberton to battle the blaze... + continue reading

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The Kountze Lady Lions ran their record to 2-0 with a narrow 62-61 win over Goodrich on Nov. 18. The Lions took a big lead in the first quarter at 17-7 and then saw Goodrich whittle away at it.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition ... + continue reading
11/26/2014
An extremely young Silsbee Tiger boys basketball squad opened their season Wednesday against Lumberton and came away with a 98-38 victory. Coach Joe Sigler started three sophomores in the game and also had a freshman who made a major contribution.   To view more please... + continue reading

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11/26/2014
By Daniel Elizondo The Silsbee Downtown Revitilization group is holding its Christmas tree contest and purchased trees will be anchored on Saturday. The contest is open to individuals, groups or businesses for the contest. Each person provides a tree and decorates it downtown with a sign... + continue reading
11/26/2014
By: Meagan Moore   Connie Carrier of Silsbee woke up one day and decided that she needed to change her life. Her story is one of success, pride, and rehabilitation. Carrier is a loving wife who took care of her ill husband for 33 years. In the process, Carrier forgot to... + continue reading
11/26/2014
By: Meagan Moore   Elestor Pryor of Silsbee has been volunteering for different events and organizations formost of her life. Approximately six months ago she retired as a volunteer for the Sunshine Resale Shop. However, every once and awhile Pryor still goes and serves... + continue reading

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The Kountze Lady Lions ran their record to 2-0 with a narrow 62-61 win over Goodrich on Nov. 18. The Lions took a big lead in the first quarter at 17-7 and then saw Goodrich whittle away at it... + continue reading

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By: Meagan Moore   Elestor Pryor of Silsbee has been volunteering for different events and organizations formost of her life. Approximately six months ago she retired as... + continue reading

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By: Meagan Moore   Connie Carrier of Silsbee woke up one day and decided that she needed to change her life. Her story is one of success, pride, and rehabilitation.... + continue reading