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HARDIN COUNTY — More than 100 active cases were reported on Dec. 2 than the prior week, according to the Hardin County COVID-19 Case Data report released by County Judge Wayne McDaniel. The Nov. … more
Silsbee just celebrated another wonderful Christmas in the Big thicket and Christmas Lights Parade. I was out of town on vacation but returned on Friday evening in time to be the Grand Marshall of … more
Over the past several years our area has received an over abundance of rainfall. It’s hard to forget the massive amounts of water Hurricane Harvey dropped on us three years ago, over 50 inches in … more
Let me tell you how I really feel about some things. When I was 11 years old, my parents moved from Eastern Oklahoma to Killeen, Texas, barely 65 miles from Austin. We had never had a television … more
I have long stated that the true measure of a man is what he does when he is not getting paid to do it. Many people do a lot of great things, but they are usually receiving something for their … more
Dear Editor: Citizens of Silsbee and surrounding area. In case you haven’t heard or just forgotten, Governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order to the effect that while you are in public, you … more
On Sunday, I read online about a “human-sized” spider web recently found in Missouri. I couldn’t see what the big deal was. Last Friday, I stopped at my son’s place to shoot my gun a … more
Last week, Rev. C.W. Duplissey saw me coming out of Walmart after I dropped the newspapers off and told me that he would be preaching Sunday and asked if I’d drop by. I’ve heard him preach a … more
We are blessed. We did not get smashed by Hurricane Laura. We had a pretty good wind and a huge scare, but we were spared when the hurricane moved 20 miles to the east. I’ve never stayed at … more
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