Lifestyle

Thu
05
Mar

Tickets available for Kirby-Hill House

Looking to add a little mystery to your life? Want knee-slapping entertainment, elegance, and style? Throw in a little vintage, some fashion, a truly mouth-watering menu and, yes, murder.

The Kirby-Hill House Murder Mystery Dinner Theater is is in its 27th season now and shows for the newest production are selling out.

This year, the production is “Last Call At Chez Mort”.

Opening night was a sell-out, and tickets continue to sell fast for the second weekend nights this weekend on Friday and Saturday March 6-7, and on March 13-14.

For more information or tickets, call 409-246-8000, or log on to its Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kirby-Hill-House-Murder-Mystery-Dinner-Th....

Kirby-Hill House is located at 210 W. Main in Kountze.

Wed
04
Mar

Lumberton Chamber of Commerce

The Lumberton Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for Green Starr Landscaping on Friday.
 
Wed
04
Mar

Control Freaks create and compete

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.
 
Fri
27
Feb

Silsbee chamber banquet roars 20s style

The Silsbee Chamber of Commerce held its annual banquet on Thursday evening to a capacity crowd at Silsbee High School. Featured speaker was Joe V. Tortorice Jr., founder and president of Jason’s Deli in Beaumont. The chamber also honored Citizen of the Year to Charles Tarver; Teacher of the Year to Gayle McGallion; Business of the Year to Southern Nurseries, Kevin Kirkland owner; and First Responder of the Year to Sergeant Anthony Flower of the Hardin County Sheriff’s office. http://danielelizondo.smugmug.com/SilsbeeBee/Silsbee-Chamber-of-Commerce/

Wed
25
Feb

Silsbee High School band students headed to state

Silsbee HS band members competed in the Region 10 UIL Solo and Ensemble Contest. Almost all of the students made a first division rating. Silsbee earned a total of 36 first division medals through a combinantion of solo events and ensembles
 
Fri
20
Feb

“Owl Lady” returns to Ice House Museum

Doris Mager, founder of Save Our American Raptors (SOAR), returns to the Ice House Museum on Friday, Feb. 20 at 6 p.m.

Those that attend can meet ET, the owl, and other birds of prey up close. The presentation will last about an hour and would be the perfect outing for the family.

Kids of all ages always enjoy this event. The program is free.

Call the Ice House Museum at 409-385-2444 for questions.

Wed
18
Feb

Hardin County 4-H Art Show

the Hardin County 4-H had its annual 4-H photography contest on Feb. 6 at the extension office with entries from youth of all ages.

 

Wed
11
Feb

Silsbee Marine surprises family

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Coming home is a special time for anyone in the armed forces during this time. For one Silsbee family, not seeing their son for almost a year knowing he was in the Middle East, is a trying time.
 

 

Wed
04
Feb

Taste of Italy

By Meagan Moore
 
The Hardin County Courthouse employees and visitors now have a chance to fill their empty stomachs with delicious food around their busy schedules. The small cafe on the first floor of the courthouse is now run by a family wishing to share a piece of their Italian heritage.
 

 

Wed
28
Jan

Good wine, good friends

By Daniel Elizondo

Set back in the countryside of Sour Lake, a quaint winery with a wine tasting bar could be found complete with the ambience of Tony Bennett and Frank Sinatra playing in the background.

Port Arthur native Shawn Bruno is quite proud of his small metropolis found in Hardin County and he should be.

After a year of lobbying with the Texas Legislature, Bruno is happy to say the business he and his wife, Misha run, has become a jewel in  Texas by many wine lovers.

Bruno & George Winery in Sour Lake, has been in business for 15 years, and the popularity of its products are growing at a tremendous rate, thanks to the mind of Bruno.

“I didn't think it would bloom this fast,” Bruno said. “A lot of people just want a dry red or they want a dry white. My wines are for all the other people that don't want or need that. These berry wines have a charm of their own.”

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