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Wed
17
Feb

Board approves 2016-17 calendar with positive results amid new minutes system

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Wed
17
Feb

Candidates speak out

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Wed
17
Feb

Chamber award recipients honored

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Wed
17
Feb

Police suspect over $25,000 embezzled from Silsbee library

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Thu
11
Feb

Republican candidates forum tonight

By Daniel Elizondo

The Hardin County Republican Women will be hosting its third biennial  Republican Party Forum tonight.

It will feature the Republican candidates for sheriff, tax assessor, district attorney and district judge, as well as other ballot races.

The forum begins at 6 p.m. at Silsbee High School and it will last until 8:30 p.m.

Twitter: @dtelizondo

Wed
10
Feb

Early voting starts next week

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Early voting is upon us and begins on Tuesday in Hardin County. Democratic and Republican candidates will be soliciting votes during the next 11 days throughout the county.
 
Wed
10
Feb

One woman injured in 18-wheeler crash

By Daniel Elizondo
 
A Warren woman escaped serious injury after the vehicle she was driving crashed underneath an oil tanker trailer on US 69 in Village Mills at 10 a.m. on Thursday. Deborah Sheffield, 45, was transported to Christus St. Elizabeth Hospital in Beaumont with minor injuries.
 
Wed
10
Feb

Silsbee head coach ends tenure with resignation

By Danny Reneau
 
Wed
10
Feb

Firearms banned in county courthouse

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Wed
10
Feb

Former Silsbee library director arrested

By Daniel Elizondo

The former Silsbee library director was arrested this morning by Silsbee police after an investigation into missing funds.

Crystal Mallet Moss, 36, surrendered to police. She is accused of embezzling more than $25,000 over a two year period and redirected the funds for personal use.

Silsbee Police Chief Mark Davis said Moss was charged with theft by a public servant, a third degree felony.

Pct. 1 Justice of the Peace Chris Ingram set bond at $25,000.

According to sources, Moss was relieved of her duties as library director in January.

If convicted, Moss faces 2-10 years in prison and up to a $10,000 fine.

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