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Wed
17
Jun

DRUG NIGHTMARES Mind altering synthetic marijuana dangers become risk for death.

Synthetic marijuana has continually increased in creating problems for law enforcement and health issues for those who smoke it. Lumberton Police Officers have been keeping an eye out for those who decide to partake in consuming the dangerous substance and they have had several cases around December where a bad batch of the synthetic marijuana made its way around to citizens.

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Wed
17
Jun

Ohhhh, nooooo

Tropical Storm Bill left a subtle mark on Silsbee on Tuesday after outer bands from the storm reached as far as Southeast Texas. Rain and wind bursts from the storm toppled two utility poles on Texas 327, with one falling on top of a vehicle parked in the Auto Zone parking lot at around 4 p.m. The other fell in the parking lot of Pine Plaza.

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Wed
10
Jun

Overcoming the loss of a brother

Two days after her birthday on Jan. 3, 2014, Arlyssa Williams’ brother died in a car wreck. However, she has done her best to overcome her grief and graduate high school. It was really hard to cope because Arlyssa and her brother had been really close, being only 18 months apart.

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Wed
10
Jun

Trial set for woman accused in beating

Jury selection is set to begin on Monday at the Hardin County courthouse for the trial of a Silsbee woman accused of beating an elderly woman and leaving her for dead. Jessica Scates, 24, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after authorities investigated the beating of the woman with her own cane in her own home on Rusty Eddings Road in Silsbee on Oct. 26, 2013.

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Wed
10
Jun

Fireworks display set for June 27

Texas Outlaw Fireworks the Silsbee Volunteer Fire Department will be presenting its annual Fourth of July Fireworks show, scheduled for June 27 at Silsbee High School.

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Wed
10
Jun

Pharmacy tech trainee arrested

A Lumberton woman was arrested by Silsbee police after an investigation lead to her arrest in a drug diversion case at a local Silsbee pharmacy. Starla Anderson Cornelison, 40, is accused of taking drugs from CVS Pharmacy in Silsbee while working as a pharmaceutical tech in training, Silsbee police said.

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Wed
10
Jun

Decade old case ends inmax sentence

A 31-year-old Lumberton man received a maximum sentence of two 10 year terms in prison after 356th District Judge Steve Thomas revoked his probation stemming from an intoxication mans laughter case over a decade ago. Garrett Joel Abbo will be serving the sentences consecutively, and handed the punishment after a recent third arrest for driving while intoxicated through Lumberton in January of this year.

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Wed
10
Jun

Permit fees set for county

Commissioners wasted no time in approving a new permit fee schedule for new home builders and developers in Hardin County that became effective immediately. In May, flood plain administrator Esther Scarborough presented to Hardin County commissioners its current fee schedule that had not been adjusted since 2009.

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Wed
03
Jun

Graduation issue is a wrap

This week, the Bee will include our annual Graduation dition. This has proven to be one of the best special editions that we put out each year. This year, for the first time, I did not write any of the stories but concentrated on helping Jan sell the advertising.I read a lot of the stories as we were putting the pages together,and I found many of them to be fascinating. Jan thought that they were some f the best stories that we have written

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Wed
03
Jun

Hardin County better prepared as hurricane season begins

By Daniel Elizondo

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