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Last week was filled with plenty of holiday activities including night-time parades. An unidentifed girl (top photo) throws candy to parade patrons during Silsbee’s Lighted Christmas Parade on Dec. 2. There were more than 45 entries in Saturday’s annual parade.   To read more... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
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By Dannie Oliveaux KOUNTZE — Hardin County Judge Wayne Mc- Daniel announced that Aaron Tupper is the new emergency management coordinator. Tupper is a 2001 graduate of Silsbee High School. He officially began his new position on Dec. 4. He replaces Theresa Wigley, who spent... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
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BEAUMONT — The Silsbee Lady Tigers defeated Laundry Walker of New Orleans, 61-51, for the girls’ consolation championship at the annual YMBL/Beaumont ISD South Texas Shootout on Dec. 2 at the McDonald Gymnasium on the Lamar University campus. Emily Maze led... + continue reading
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By Danny Reneau LUFKIN — The Silsbee Tigers saw their season come to an end as the defending state champions and No. 1 team, Carthage Bulldogs, with a 64- 36 loss in the UIL Class 4A Division 1 Region 3 semi-finals on Dec. 1 at Abe Martin Stadium... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 29, 2017
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By Dannie Oliveaux   The weather forecast calls for sunny skies with high temperature around 78 degrees during the day and a low about 46 for this Saturday’s “Christmas in the Big Thicket” event and the “Silsbee Lighted Christmas Parade.” The festival is... + continue reading

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Pelt says priorities set by Congress for flood control, not recreation control By Dannie Oliveaux KOUNTZE — Hardin County commissioners heard from a representative from U.S. Rep. Brian Babin’s office regarding recent legislation to examine and reform local Federal Energy... + continue reading
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First place winner of the 2017 Silsbee Christmas Lighted Parade Wendy McIntyre and her daughter, Piper (age 9), receives as trophy from Silsbee Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kayla Bishop (left) and Volunteer Fire Captain Bill Wright (right).   To read more please log in or... + continue reading

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12/06/2017
Last week was filled with plenty of holiday activities including night-time parades. An unidentifed girl (top photo) throws candy to parade patrons during Silsbee’s Lighted Christmas Parade on Dec. 2. There were more than 45 entries in Saturday’s annual parade.   To read more... + continue reading
12/06/2017
By Dannie Oliveaux KOUNTZE — Hardin County Judge Wayne Mc- Daniel announced that Aaron Tupper is the new emergency management coordinator. Tupper is a 2001 graduate of Silsbee High School. He officially began his new position on Dec. 4. He replaces Theresa Wigley, who spent... + continue reading
12/06/2017
BEAUMONT — The Silsbee Lady Tigers defeated Laundry Walker of New Orleans, 61-51, for the girls’ consolation championship at the annual YMBL/Beaumont ISD South Texas Shootout on Dec. 2 at the McDonald Gymnasium on the Lamar University campus. Emily Maze led... + continue reading

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BEAUMONT — The Silsbee Lady Tigers defeated Laundry Walker of New Orleans, 61-51, for the girls’ consolation championship at the annual YMBL/Beaumont ISD South Texas Shootout on... + continue reading

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First place winner of the 2017 Silsbee Christmas Lighted Parade Wendy McIntyre and her daughter, Piper (age 9), receives as trophy from Silsbee Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kayla Bishop (... + continue reading

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12/06/2017
AUSTIN — Texas libraries recovering from Hurricane Harvey are about to receive 100 new books to help them rebuild their collections. Thanks to the generosity of the Brownstone Book... + continue reading