News

Wed
12
Oct

One injured in FM92 crash

By Daniel Elizondo
 
A 19-year-old Silsbee woman was transported to a Beaumont hospital as a result of a vehicle crash on FM 92 on Thursday, Oct. 6. According to DPS reports, Amy Gardner was driving a 2012 Ford Mustang northbound FM 92 when the vehicle collided with a 2016 Kentworth delivery truck at around 7:45 p.m.
 
Wed
12
Oct

DRIVE AND DETERMINATION

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Wed
12
Oct

Emergency 911 tower to be erected

By Meagan Moore
 
Wed
05
Oct

Crash

Two people were transported to a hospital in Beaumont after a 3-vehicle crash on FM 418 in Silsbee near Brookwood on Sunday at around 9 p.m. The crash occurred near a Dollar General store involving a small pickup truck. Officers on the scene said the injuries were to a small child and an elderly man.
 

 

Wed
05
Oct

WHAT THEWORLD NEEDS IS LOVE

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Baytown Pastor Mark Willhoite knew he had a calling to begin a hospital ministry along with his wife Sherry. Willhoite has just opened a new church in the area, and the agreement was to further the spread of love by helping those at the hospital.
 

 

Wed
05
Oct

Silsbee ISD

Silsbee Elementary student SylviaWorley (10), shows off the newest technology at the new Silsbee Elementary on South 7th Street during a dedication ceremony on Saturday
 

 

Thu
29
Sep

Hardin County Health Inspections for September

By ReJena Bolton, Hardin County Health Inspector

Love Fellowship Church/Daycare – 940 S. 12th Street, Silsbee - clean and organized, all specifications met – earned a perfect score of 100 

West Hardin ISD – 39227 Hwy 105, Saratoga – clean and organized, had a few boxes on the floor in two areas – earned a score of 99 

Sour Lake Elementary – 1055 Hwy 326, Sour Lake - clean and organized, all specifications met – earned a perfect score of 100 

Wed
28
Sep

State of the art

By Danny Reneau
 
Wed
28
Sep

Infrastructure topic in county economic development discussion

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Community relations official Betty Russo of Texas Governor’s office economic development and tourism visited Hardin County last week to offer round-table discussions on pursuing development. Russo covers the Gulf Coast and East Texas Region, which encompasses 42 counties of Texas.
 
Wed
28
Sep

Cooling down those hot checks

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Hardin County commissioners agreed to implement a fee in each department of the county after a large amount of returned checks have been accounted for since January. Commissioners voted unanimously to set a $25 fee to be charged by each department on all payments made by check that are returned by the bank.
 

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