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Former Silsbee High School players honor former coach

By Danny Reneau

Former Silsbee High School coach Kim Albers was honored by her former basketball players with a reception to celebrate her retirement on May 11.

Albers was a demanding coach who led her team into the playoffs many times. She coached the Lady Tigers to the state tournament twice and reached the state finals in 1995.

 

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Wed
09
May
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Kountze ISD recognizes several staff members

By Dannie Oliveaux

KOUNTZE — The Kountze ISD recognized several employees for their efforts during the 2017-18 school year on May 3, announced Superintendent John Ferguson.

Food Service

Aslea Jordan was named as the KISD Food Service Employee of the Year. Jordan has worked at KISD for two years and is presently the cafeteria manager at Kountze Intermediate School.

 

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Wed
09
May
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SHS Winter Guard shines at Kountze meet

KOUNTZE — The Silsbee Winter Guard captured two first place medals for shows during the Kountze SETX Winter Guard Invitational competition held on April 14.

The group earned a first place in the Large Show division featuring its production of “Moana: How Far I’ll Go.”

 

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Wed
02
May
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Plant exchange

Hostesses Barbi Martinez (left) and Sandra Allison served as hostesses at the April 24 meeting of the Silsbee Garden Club at the St. John's Episcopal Church.

 

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Wed
02
May
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Silsbee Woman’s Club presents checks

The Silsbee Woman’s Club present checks to their community projects. Pictured are (left to right); Bridget Gilder, Boys and Girls Club of Hardin County; Sue Johnson, Christian Care Center; Joy Martindale, Christian Woman’s Job Corp; Sharita Matthews

 

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Wed
25
Apr
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SHS students test entrepreneurship skills at first-ever Economic Fair

By Dannie Oliveaux

Silsbee High School students got a chance to check out their entrepreneurship skills at the first-ever Economic Fair on April 19 in the high school cafeteria.

Shawni Roby and Brittany Hollyfield made formal displays from light bulbs called the “Life Light.”

 

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Wed
18
Apr
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First responders, HCSO recognized

Members of the Silsbee Chapter No. 298, Order of the Eastern Star, held a fundraiser with proceeds to honor our Silsbee first responders and the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office.

 

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Wed
18
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Ribbon cutting at Boys & Girls Club

The Silsbee Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the renovations of the Boys and Girls Club of Hardin County on April 16. Representatives from the Chamber, City of Silsbee, Silsbee ISD,

 

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Wed
11
Apr
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Fun at Silsbee Oaks

Excitement filled the air at Silsbee Oaks while residents awaited the arrival of the Easter Bunny. Although the rain hindered our outdoor egg hunt, it didn't stop us from having our festivities indoor. We began with residents choosing eggs from a huge basket that contained candy, money tickets and golden ticket prizes of money and stuffed bunnies. Residents enjoyed cupcakes and punch while the Easter Bunny made her way around bringing smiles to everyone.

 

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11
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Plays opens for 48th annual production at SLT

By Danny Reneau

Silsbee Little Theatre introduced its 48th annual production on April 6 with the first of eight dinner theatre performances of “Four Weddings and an Elvis,” a play written by Many Frick. It was directed by Tessy L. Cryer and Duke Youmans.

“Four Weddings and an Elvis” is set at a wedding chapel in Las Vegas.

The chapel is run by an airheaded lady, Sandy (played by Ruthanne Cassidy). Sandy is ardent about reading and is a true romantic at heart. She attempts to study each couple that comes to the clinic; encouraging some to go forward with their weddings and trying to discourage others. She has been married numerous times and has a goal to truly find love for herself.

 

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