Community/Schools

Wed
03
Jun

Middle School students traveled

Edwards Johnson Silsbee Middle School students traveled to Washington D.C. before the end of school as a part of istory classes. The crew also remembered to take along the Bee.

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Wed
03
Jun

Kountze student council shines

By Meagan Moore
Kountze High School Student Council was awarded the ighest honor that the National Association of Student Council grants. KHS StuCo was recognized as a 2015 National Gold ouncil of Excellence.The Student Council, with help from their sponsor, Amanda Digmon, put together a thick binder to send in to the NASC. The binder and the activities listed in the binder had tomeet certain criteria and checklists to fill out.

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Wed
06
May

PACES students persevere boot camp

By Daniel Elizondo

When Brandon Morgan took a job as an instructor at the Disciplinary Alternative Education Program (DAEP) known as Positive Attitudes Create Educational Success (PACE) at Silsbee ISD, his motivation to help under-disciplined children was his top priority.

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Wed
29
Apr

Road to 4-H leads to showmanship

By Meagan Moore
 
Shawnee Simpson of Silsbee has had her extracurricular activities affect her life in the best way possible. This year, Simpson won Grand Champion Showmanship Senior Division with her swine. She became involved in 4-H during her 6th grade year mostly due to her older sister, who also showed animals.
 

 

Wed
22
Apr

The unsung heroes

By Daniel Elizondo
 
When it comes to an emergency situation, sometimes the voices of those answering the calls of 911 are the ones that get lost in the limelight. Last week, telecommunicators were recognized with National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week fromApril 13-19.
 
Wed
15
Apr

Kountze police dept. gets K9 unit

By Meagan Moore
 
Although the Kountze Police Department was almost merged into the Hardin County Sheriff's office last year, they have worked hard to get asmuch work done with the budget they have. Police Chief Brent Slaughter has sought out and applied for as many grants and free materials as he can get for his officers. The newest addition to the team is their K-9 unit.
 

 

Wed
11
Mar

Erikson named Teacher of the Year

By Meagan Moore

After teaching for over three decades, Kountze Elementary teacher, Donna Erikson, received the "Teacher of the Year" award for the very first time. Kountze Chamber of Commerce held its annual banquet on February 26 at the County Seat Music Hall in Kountze where Erikson was announced as the award recipient. The award is chosen by the Chamber board based on letters of nomination from the various school principals. 

 

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Wed
18
Feb

Hardin County Jail – Employee of theMonth

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 Oct. 2009.

 

Wed
11
Feb

Business of the year

By Meagan Moore
 
Rather than being nominated through a letter, the Business of the Year award goes to a business that is selected directly by the Silsbee Chamber of Commerce Board Members. This year, they presented the award to Southern Nurseries.
 

 

Wed
11
Feb

First Responder of the Year

By Meagan Moore
 
Every year, the Silsbee Chamber of Commerce hands out awards to those chosen for Teacher of the Year, Citizen of the Year, and Business of the Year. However, this year, the chamber decided to add a new award, one that now includes an emergency responder to the annual awards.
 

 

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