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Nominations sought for SHS Wall of Honor

Nominations are being accepted for the Silsbee High School Athletic Wall of Honor (WOH).

The purpose of the WOH committee is to recognize men and women who have graduated from SHS or Waldo Mathews High School and have excelled in high school athletics and may have continued to have success at the college, professional or Olympic levels, and have a history of good moral character.

 

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‘Four Weddings and an Elvis”

The Silsbee Little Theater will present “Four Weddings and an Elvis,” a story about a quirky owner of a little wedding chapel in Las Vegas who has certainly seen her share of matrimonies.

 

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Wed
07
Mar
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Nominations sought for SHS Wall of Honor

Nominations are being accepted for the Silsbee High School Athletic Wall of Honor (WOH).

The purpose of the WOH committee is to recognize men and women who have graduated from SHS or Waldo Mathews High School and have excelled in high school athletics and may have continued to have success at the college, professional or Olympic levels, and have a history of good moral character.

 

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Wed
28
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Guest speaker, award presentations highlight annual Chamber banquet

By Dannie Oliveaux

More than 270 people attended the Silsbee Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Meeting and Award’s Banquet on Feb. 22 in the Silsbee High School Cafeteria.

The theme for the night was “A Night in New Orleans” and included Cajun food provided by Novrozsky’s of Silsbee.

 

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Wed
28
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Artists visit second-graders

Visiting artists Herman and Rose Davis (back) stand behind second-graders (left to right) Wyatt Williamson, Lynzey Marble, Graylon Love and Trinity Kinsey.

 

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Wed
21
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Supporting the Arts

Joby Irvine (left) and Carol Seabrook perform a short play during the Silsbee Women’s Club meeting Feb.8 at the Silsbee Community Center.

 

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Master’s Men hosting annual Winter Celebration Feb. 24 at SHS Auditorium

The Master's Men of Silsbee will host their 11th annual Winter Celebration on Saturday, Feb. 24 at Silsbee High School Auditorium. Doors open at 4 p.m and the concert starts at 5 p.m.

The Master's Men, a local group, is composed of seven men and a woman: Bill Wright, bass; Jimmy Norwood, tenor; Keith Morgan, lead; Kent Houp, baritone; Mike Burkhalter, bass; Rick Goldin, lead; and Rusty Mott, baritone, as well as Yvette Morgan.

 

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14
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Lumberton freshman advocates for dating violence awareness

By Tim Collins

LUMBERTON — When 14-year-old Silsbee cheerleader Tristan Dilley was shot dead Oct. 1, Zander Carrillo knew he had to do more to advocate for dating violence awareness.

“I don't know why, I don't know how, but it stayed in the back of my mind,” he said. “It just hurt. Why would a person do this? Why would they take a life? It makes no sense.”

 

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Ice House Museum honors pillar of Silsbee community

By Tim Collins

The Ice House Museum is honoring local pastor and businessman Walter J. Proctor with an exhibit detailing his life, “A Walk Through Time: A Tribute to Silsbee's Reverend Dr. Walter J. Proctor,” through Feb. 24.

Proctor is the owner of Proctor's Mortuary and retired last year as the pastor of New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church in Silsbee after 17 years.

 

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Wed
07
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Chili cook-off winners

The Kiwanis Club sponsored the annual chili cook-off on Jan. 29 at Palms Plaza. Dale Boothman present the winners with their awards.

 

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