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Mar
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“Murder is in the Air”

By AndreaWhitney
 
The actors and actresses of the Kirby-Hill HouseMystery Dinner Theater once again lived up to their reputation with this year's spring play entitled, "Murder is in the Air". The play is a witty, creative plot twister that allows each character to shine. Set on New Year's Eve of 1928, the play takes place in the dining and gaming room aboard the largest and most luxurious dirigible ever built, the "Colossus". 
 
Wed
05
Mar
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Robert A. Kirkland Elementary Dedication

Devers Elementary School recently held a dedication ceremony honoring the name of Robert Allen Kirkland, a native of Silsbee. Kirkland passed away on March 14, 2013 after making his home in Devers and holding a school board position at Devers ISD for over 25 years. 
 
Thu
27
Feb
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Work hard and you may own a car like this

By Daniel Elizondo.
 
Seeing a pastel colored car driving around Silsbee isn't just a sight for sore eyes, it definitely makes one do a double take. Silsbee resident Jobie Irvine knew exactly how to make people turn their heads in an instance – even if he is just going for a loaf of bread at the local grocery store. It wasn't just an idea that popped in his head, but something he has become accustomed to – almost like a ritual of sorts.

 

Fri
21
Feb
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Big Thicket Memories through Folk Art

Kountze High School has organized a series of lectures and art/photography exhibits to promote the region, to outline current challenges, and to recognize conservationists. The programs will highlight the 50th Anniversary of the Big Thicket Association (BTA) and the 40th Anniversary of the National Park Service’s Big Thicket National Preserve. The first in the series was Big Thicket Memories through Folk Art featuring Hardin County Commissioner Ken Pelt.

 

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