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By Meagan Moore In a mostly male profession, Officer Kiera Linney of the Kountze Police Department is loving her job, and has no plans of leaving anytime soon. Linney is one of the only two female officers in Hardin County, the other being with the Sour Lake Police Department. June of... + continue reading
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By Daniel Elizondo Silsbee businesses and citizens were honored at the annual Silsbee Chamber of Commerce banquet held on Thursday at Silsbee High School. Joe V. Tortorice Jr., founder and owner of the sandwich chain, Jason’s Deli based out of Beaumont, was the guest speaker... + continue reading
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By Daniel Elizondo Aproperty management company owned by Steven and Brandi McBride, has begun tearing down a building purchased on the corner ofAvenue H and Fifth Street in Silsbee. Brooke Management LLC purchased the 6,300 square foot property, and also received a license to... + continue reading
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By Daniel Elizondo Kountze proved why it’s the no. 4 team in the state in class 3A on Friday evening, thanks to a strong bench presence. It took all it could to fend off a feisty Palestine Westwood team in the area round of the playoffs, and the Lions prevailed in an 82-75... + continue reading
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On Friday, the Silsbee High School Tiger basketball team traveled to Channelview where they met the squad from Houston Scarborough. The Tigers came into the game with a record of 27-5 and Scarborough had a record of 23-9. For a period of a quarter and a half, it appeared that the two teams... + continue reading

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03/04/2015
The Kountze Lions opened their 2015 baseball season at the Rockdale tournament. The Lions came out of the tourney with two wins and three losses. They opened with a game against Cameron Yoe and picked up an impressive 16-3 victory. The Lions scored 16 runs on 14 hits and did not have an... + continue reading
03/04/2015
By Meagan Moore Kountze Intermediate School has been working on developing new activities for the students. One of those was an extracurricular activity for their Sight program. Last year, KIS formed a robotics team, the Control Freaks.   To view more please log in or subscribe to... + continue reading

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03/04/2015
By Meagan Moore, reporter The Hardin County Sheriff's Office is searching for a white male suspect about 27 years of age after a robbery Monday afternoon. At about 1:50 p.m., a man, later identified as Bryant Burrell II, went into Short Stop Grocery on Hwy. 96 bypass to buy gas. After... + continue reading
03/04/2015
By Meagan Moore In a mostly male profession, Officer Kiera Linney of the Kountze Police Department is loving her job, and has no plans of leaving anytime soon. Linney is one of the only two female officers in Hardin County, the other being with the Sour Lake Police Department. June of... + continue reading
03/04/2015
By Daniel Elizondo Silsbee businesses and citizens were honored at the annual Silsbee Chamber of Commerce banquet held on Thursday at Silsbee High School. Joe V. Tortorice Jr., founder and owner of the sandwich chain, Jason’s Deli based out of Beaumont, was the guest speaker... + continue reading

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The Kountze Lions opened their 2015 baseball season at the Rockdale tournament. The Lions came out of the tourney with two wins and three losses. They opened with a game against Cameron Yoe... + continue reading

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The Lumberton Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for Green Starr Landscaping on Friday.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading

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Manual Padilla has been selected as January 2015 Employee of the Month for the Hardin County Jail. He is employed as a correctional officer and has worked for the sheriff’s office since... + continue reading