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Wed
13
Apr

Car Fire

There were no injuries reported after a car fire on the US 96 exit south of Silsbee. According to Silsbee fire officials, a 2015 Hyundai Sonata caught fire after the driver heard rattling and noises, before a passerby noticed sparks. The male driver pulled over before the car erupted into flames around 6 p.m. The Silsbee volunteer fire department quickly extinguished the blaze.
 

 

Wed
13
Apr

Silsbee gets set to host Little Dribblers National tournament

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Wed
13
Apr

Sheriff aiming for body cameras

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Wed
06
Apr

Forensic reports does reveal heavy doses of drugs in woman’s body found in December

By Daniel Elizondo
 
An autopsy returned to the Hardin County Sheriff’s office, on a woman that was dumped on the side of Texas 326 in December, revealed heavy drug use, but no blunt force trauma leaving investigators to speculate and continue to search for answers.
 
Wed
06
Apr

IT’S TIME TO RELAY

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Spring time typically means that the cancer awareness group Relay For Life is around the corner. The Hardin/S. Jasper Counties Relay For Life has begun the registration process for its event scheduled for April 29 at Silsbee Middle School gym.
 
Wed
06
Apr

Chamber of Commerce honors citizens

The Lumberton Chamber held their banquet Monday evening and honored Andy Kelley as the Citizen of the Year. The former Air Force veteran of the Desert Storm era, was honored as the Airman of the Month on three separate occasions and Airman of the Quarter twice.
 
Wed
30
Mar

WesleyWagstaff remembered as officials dedicate FM1293 in Kountze to the fallen officer

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Wed
30
Mar

Easter Fun

A family enjoys an inflatable slide at the annual Rotary Club Easter Egg Hunt held at the Lumberton Primary school on Saturday. Hundreds of children of all ages enjoyed the morning that included several Easter egg hunts for different age categories.
 

 

Wed
30
Mar

Batson native brings wealth of knowledge to help veterans.

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Kristen White was destined to become help to veterans after a career in the Navy. Though her and her husband, Joe Bob White, enlisted in the service for what they thought would be a liftetime career, family obligations became a priority, cutting their tours shorter than expected.
 
Wed
30
Mar

Judge orders declaration of disaster in Hardin County

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Hardin County Judge Wayne Mc- Daniel issued a Declaration of Disaster on Tuesday, March 29, following an estimate of damages from floods that occurred between March 8-11. McDaniel issued the proclamation and submitted the declaration to Gov. Greg Abbott in Austin.
 

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