Community/Schools

Wed
21
Jan

GoTexan

The Hardin County Area Go Texan organization held its annual Chili Cookoff on Saturday. There were 19 entries as judges shown here making their decision. First place winner taking home $500 was Jared Watson.

 

Wed
14
Jan

Read-A-Thon

Laura Reeves Elementary had its first Read-A-Thon. There were 46 “selfies” of students and teachers reading during the Christmas break that were submitted.

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Wed
07
Jan

Ramos receives Junior Ranger accolades

Pedro Ramos, fourth grade student at Kountze Elementary, received his Certificate of Achievement from the Guadalupe Mountains National Park Junior Ranger Program. Pedro spent six weeks investigating and completing the special activities contained in the workbook provided by the National Park Service.

 

Tue
30
Dec

December meeting held for Garden Club

The Silsbee Garden Club met in the barn of Linda and Fred Miller. The Garden Club always looks forward to having its December Christmas meeting in the Millers barn. The club greatly appreciates the generosity.

 

Tue
23
Dec

Bass Club raises money for Angel Tree project

By Meagan Moore
 
The Twisted Fishing Bass Club uses their love for fishing to give back to the community, especially during Christmas time. For the 2014 year, the club was able to raise and donate $1,200 to the Hardin CountyAngel Tree organization. President of the club, Rusty Stephens, states that next year they plan on raising double of what they did this year.

 

Wed
17
Dec

All Faith’s Day School

Students of All Faith’s Day School at United Methodist Church in Silsbee celebrated with a “Snow Day” on Thursday. Students frolicked in the man-made snow throughout the morning.

 

Wed
10
Dec

Art Students

Ashlie Renee of Silsbee, has been teaching art in Beaumont. Here she is pictured with a few of her local students Kallirose Smith, Wyatt Smith, Zoe Womack, Tori Freeman, Kayne Taylor, Jake Smith, and Caleb McGallion
 

 

Wed
03
Dec

Stephens doubles as Mrs. Claus

By Meagan Moore
 
Gayle Stephens, also known as Mrs. Clause, will be visiting the Kountze Public Library Dec. 6, at 10 a.m. wearing the outfit of Santa's wife. This will be Stephens' third year in a row to dress up as Mrs. Clause for pictures with children.

 

Wed
26
Nov

Self determination leads to big change in life of Connie Carrier

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 take care of herself and gained a lot of weight from waiting on her husband and not really doing much else.

 

Wed
19
Nov

Shop Till You Drop

The Shop ‘Till you Drop Extravaganza held a ribbon cutting in Beaumont recently. The Lumberton Chamber of Commerce hosted the event along with several members of the chamber on hand.

 

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