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Wed
07
Jun
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Heaven Bound Tour group sees the north

Twenty-seven area residents remembered to take the Silsbee Bee on their 11 day tour of North West- North Central Tour of the U.S.A. with Gary Downey of Heaven Bound Tours. The group flew to Boise, Idaho, took a tour bus, and toured the states of Idaho, Montana, South Dakota, Wyoming, and Utah.

 

 

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Wed
07
Jun
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Moulder, Reneau to wed in June

Kelsie Annette Moulder and Joseph Cody Reneau are pleased to announce their plans to marry in June 2017.

The bride elect is the daughter of Randall and Cheryl Moulder and Kevin and Stacy Garner, all of Silsbee. She is a 2013 graduate of Buna High School and a 2017 graduate of Sam Houston State University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. She is currently employed with Academy Sports and Outdoors in Huntsville.

 

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Wed
31
May
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Appreciation for the first responders

Alyssa Spurlock, 8 of Silsbee (left), listens to instructions while boarded upon Alpha Air Rescue helicopter last Friday at Alpha’s office. Alpha held a First Responders Appreciation Day in conjunction with EMS Week. Pictured with Spurlock is Alpha Air Nurse Kat Landor.

 

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Wed
31
May
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Silsbee ISD runoff voting underway for Place 1

By Scott McDonald

The runoff between Kathy Merritt and Derrell (D.J.) Ferguson for Place 1 on the Silsbee ISD Board of Trustees will be on Saturday, June 10 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Early voting will take place from Tuesday, May 30 through Tuesday, June 6 from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. each business day. All voting will take place at the SISD Administration Building, located at 415 Hwy. 327 West in Silsbee.

 

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Wed
24
May
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Kountze cemetery receives Historical Marker

During the dedication ceremony, before the unveiling of the historical marker, H.K. Pitts made a few remarks to those in attendance about the history and importance behind the McKinney Cemetery. With the help of the Hardin County Genealogical Society, which wouldn’t be here without the help of the families of this cemetery, and a few other sources, Pitts was able to give a detailed account of some important aspects about the involvement of those who were buried in the cemetery. His remarks are as followed:

 

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Wed
24
May
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Ordinary rocks take an extraordinary adventure

By Meagan Moore

There is a new fad spreading throughout Southeast Texas and even into other states and countries.

Some say it is more enjoyable and entertaining than Pokemon Go, which has died out quite a bit since the app’s release

Brenda Kendrick woke up at 2:30 in the morning on Feb. 24 with an idea she believes to be inspired by the Heavenly Father. The idea came about to create an activity with her grandchildren, and since they always did arts and crafts, Kendrick thought it a brilliant idea to paint rocks.

 

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Wed
17
May
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Dot Smith honored for 50 years of service

Thursday, May 11 was an exciting night for the Silsbee Woman’s Club. During their annual banquet, Dot Smith was honored for her 50 years of service to the club and the community. She joined the Silsbee Woman’s Club in 1967 and is still an active member today.

 

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Wed
17
May
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Vintage Owl holds grand opening

The Silsbee Chamber of Commerce met at the Vintage Owl for a ribbon cutting on Friday. The group enjoyed cake and wished the new business a great future. The Vintage Owl, which sells quilting materials and supplies, is located at 110 E. Avenue H in Silsbee.

 

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Wed
10
May
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Lumberton author finally achieving her dreams

By Meagan Moore

What started out as a childhood dream has finally come true for a Lumberton resident after many years of going down different roads. Megan Harding published her very first novel in November of last year.

Harding first started writing approximately two years ago on her novel, “Fallen,” the first in the Fallen Series. However, it wasn’t the first time she actually wrote stories. When she was a child and wanted to be a writer, she carried around notebooks full of stories she would work on.

 

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Wed
10
May
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KISD hosts informational meeting for parents

By Meagan Moore

Kountze ISD hosted an informational for parents on May 4 about the chrome books that all students will be assigned starting next year from kindergarten all the way through 12th grade.

Superintendent John Ferguson opened the meeting with a brief introduction about the use of technology and the need to expand it for students.

“If we don’t start making the move for our kids now, into the 21st century, who is going to do it for us?” he stated. “I’m not trying to sell it. I’m just telling you it’s here, it’s reality, and this is what we are going to do.”

 

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