Community/Schools

Wed
20
Jul

Silsbee High School students compete in National STAR event competition

More than 8,000 Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) members, advisors, alumni, and guests from across the country gathered in San Diego, California for the 2016 National Leadership Conference. The meeting provided Silsbee High School FCCLA members with the opportunity to attend
Wed
13
Jul

Lumberton PD gets a pat on the back

By Meagan Moore

 

Wed
06
Jul

Public transportation funding helps Texans get to work, school, health care facilities

The Texas Transportation Commission today awarded more than $75 million in federal and state funds to transit providers who offer transportation services to Texas veterans, seniors, people with disabilities and others who need help getting to work, school, health care facilities and other important destinations.
 
Wed
29
Jun

Celebrating CNA’s in June

When most people hear the term “Certified Nursing Assistant” (better known as CNA), the first thing that comes to mind is a career in a nursing home. While it’s true that this is probably the industry’s biggest demand for CNAs, there are other places to use this certification.
Wed
22
Jun

Boys and Girls Club gets strong community support

Coming back from destruction that could have permanently closed the doors on the Boys and Girls Club of Hardin County has not been an easy task. When vandals struck on Memorial Day weekend, they destroyed most of the supplies and equipment that the club had used for daily operation during the scho
Wed
15
Jun

City council discusses zoning ordinances

By Meagan Moore

Wed
08
Jun

Education First presents scholarships to area high school students

Education First Federal Credit Union is proud to announce its scholarship recipients for the Class of 2016. Over the last several weeks, representatives from Education First have personally presented $1000 scholarships to five high school seniors in Hardin County.
 
Wed
01
Jun

Kountze senior awarded scholarship from SHEC

Sam Houston Electric Cooperative is proud to recognize an area graduating senior, Joshua Mehl. Mehl, of Kountze, is among the 30 Sam Houston EC 2016 scholarship recipients. The winners were selected from a pool of 140 applicants representing schools throughout the Co-op’s service territory. 
 
Wed
25
May

Children’s Summer Sign Language Classes at Lumberton Public Library

Amanda Burns will be teaching sign language classes at the Lumberton Public Library on the following dates: June 7 and 21st at 11 a.m.; July 5 and 19 at 11 a.m.; and August 2 and 16 at 11 a.m. The program is open to children ages 12 and under, but children must be accompanied by an adult.
Wed
18
May

Ernest G. Brown and his wife Sanguine, share stories of old Black Creek in a published book

By Meagan Moore

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