News

Wed
20
Jan

BULLRIDING BLITZ

By Meagan Moore
 
Rodeo has been in the blood of one family from Kountze for generations, and their youngest son is no exception. 16-year-old Ross Freeman has his dreams set high as he follows in the footsteps of his family and family-friend Cody Teel, the 2015 CBR World Champion.
 
Wed
20
Jan

Martin Luther King Jr.Day

Silsbee City Councilman Thomas Tyler Sr was the grand marshall of the MLK Day parade through Silsbee on Monday. Hundreds were on hand for the event.
 
Wed
20
Jan

County aiming for bond

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Wed
20
Jan

County closer to settling open carry

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Mon
18
Jan

Christian Care Center conducting survey for the homeless of Hardin County

Hardin County will be taking a survey of those who are living in uninhabitable housing.

The Homeless Survey will be for one day only at the Hardin County Christian Care Center on Thursday, Jan. 21 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

There are also ways for the general public to help in the survey.

Anyone can help:

• If you know of anyone in Hardin County who would be classified as homeless, contact the Care Center so they can be located for the survey.

• Bring anyone who may be considered homeless in Hardin County, to the Christian Care Center for free bags of food, to come and take the survey.

Hardin County Christian Care Center is located at 415 West Avenue P in Silsbee. The phone number is 409-385-2237.

This project may effect funding for Hardin County.

Wed
13
Jan

Fire

There were no injuries from a fire early Sunday morning in Silsbee that destroyed a home on East Avenue G near Red Cut Drive. Silsbee Fire Department received the call around 4 a.m. of the structure fully engulfed. According to Silsbee police, the house was condemned, however it was known to be a house used for illegal drug activity. There was no word on what caused the fire.
 

 

Wed
13
Jan

Woman found murdered

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Wed
13
Jan

In GodWeTrust

Hardin County Judge Wayne McDaniel unveiled the “In God We Trust” sign erected in the courtroom of county commissioners on Monday. Commissioners, “Nubbin” Cooper, Chris Kirkendall, Judge McDaniel, Ken Pelt, Alvin Roberts, and Angela Gore, stand up for the presentation. Commissioners voted on the new signage in 2015.

 

 

Sun
10
Jan

Woman found murdered north of Silsbee

By Daniel Elizondo

One woman was found murdered on Sunday morning north of Silsbee, Hardin County Sheriff Ed Cain said.

Authorities were called to a double-wide home on FM 92 near and across from Old Arco Road after a 44-year-old woman was found fatally wounded around 9:58 a.m.

According to Sheriff Cain, the woman was identified as Wendi Wanell Warner.

A male was taken into custody and currently being questioned by authorities. There was no word on the motive.

Cain said Warner was found with wounds that appeared to have been caused by a knife.

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Fri
08
Jan

Lumberton Chamber celebrating 40 years

The Lumberton Chamber of Commerce will be celebrating 40 years with the unveiling of a plaque at the chamber office on Tuesday, Jan. 12.

The Lumberton Chamber of Commerce board of directors voted to install a bronze plaque honoring and recognizing the nine men who had the vision and commitment to form a chamber of commerce.

The plaque will be unveiled on Jan. 12 at 5:30 p.m., which will serve as a lasting tribute to these men.

Norman Bell Jr, W.W. “Butch Cummings, Dr. Thomas Daniels, David Davidson, James W. Long, Dallas Miller, George Talbert, Tom C. Travis and Paul M. Trest are credited for their dedication to the small community of Lumberton to help it become one of the fastest growing cities in Hardin County.

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