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Wed
16
Nov
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Hardin County Retired Teachers

Members who attended the Big Thicket Outing were: front row: Sue Johnson, Karen Williams, Imogene Nelson, Barbara Wager, and Cathy Smith.
 
Wed
16
Nov
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Hardin County Camera Club

The Hardin County Camera Club met on November 1 at the First Baptist Church in Silsbee. The club decided on next years contest subjects. The monthly contest was "uniforms”. The winners were (from left), Gayle Stephens, first place and third place; and Paula Smith, second place and honorable mention.
 
Wed
09
Nov
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Celebrating November “Yard of the Month”

Wed
09
Nov
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Garden Club visits Neches River

The Silsbee Garden Club met at St. John's Episcopal Church parking lot for a trip to Beaumont. There were 18 members and six guests. The club was met by Captain Gerald Langham and had a trip down the Neches River. Langham pointed out all kinds of birds, alligators, and animals.
 
Wed
02
Nov
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Kiwanis of Silsbee

Kiwanis Club of Silsbee member Sharon Jacobs hand the first place award to Silsbee Toyota for winning the Judges Pick of the first annual Kiwanis Club of Silsbee Gumbo Cook-Off. Cooks for Silsbee Toyota were Tracy Poland and Jason Elmore
 
Wed
02
Nov
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Volunteering pays off

By Meagan Moore
 
For the past 10 years, Friends of Kountze Public Libraryorganization has received  ExxonMobil grants due to the volunteer work of one individual. This year, the Friends of KPL received four grants totaling $2,000 on behalf of Marilyn Cox for her tenacity and dedication to the library.
 
Wed
26
Oct
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BECOMING A HUMANITARIAN

By Meagan Moore

Wed
26
Oct
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Village Creek Festival this weekend

By Daniel Elizondo

Thu
20
Oct
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Corvette Show

Corvette Clubs showed off their sporty vehicles at Cowboy Chevrolet in Silsbee during the Cruise’n Silsbee event on Sept. 24.

 

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Thu
20
Oct
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Lumberton PD gets donation

By Meagan Moore

 

The Lumberton Police Department recently applied for a government grant to allow them to purchase on-body cameras for all of the officers to wear while patrolling and responding to calls. They awarded a grant that paid for 75 percent of the total cost, and on Friday, October 7 they had a pleasant surprise from a Lumberton resident. Lumberton Police Chief Danny Sullins received a phone call from Randy Graffagnino of Lumberton who wanted to know if the officers had body cameras. Mullins told Graffagnino that they had received a grant that covered most but not all of the cost, and the department was waiting for the cameras to be built. 

 

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