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Chamber of Commerce Banquet set for Feb. 23rd

Rev. John Crowder, Pastoral Community Leader from West, Texas will be the featured speaker at the 71st annual Silsbee Chamber of Commerce meeting and awards banquet. The event will be held Feb. 23rd at 7:00 p.m. at the Silsbee High School cafeteria. During the event awards will be presented to the Business of the Year, the Teacher of the Year, the Emergency Responder of the Year and most important to the Citizen of the Year.

 

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The Silsbee middle school received

At approximately 7:25 a.m., the Silsbee middle school received a phone call stating a bomb was in the school. Law enforcement was notified and the building was evacuated as a precautionary measure. Even though the school thought the incident was a hoax, they treated it seriously. Many parents chose to come to the school and pick up their children. Here you can see the children in the parking lot and parents arriving to pick up their children as teachers direct traffic.

 

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Wed
01
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Truck retreived from the drink by divers

Members of the Silsbee Fire Department were called to a very unique incident on Wednesday evening when a vehicle left the roadway on the Old Beaumont Highway south of Andover Road and came to rest in a creek bed. The incident reportedly occurred earlier in the evening when a late model 2014 Tundra pickup driven by Richard Lowe of Silsbee was southbound on the highway.
 
Wed
01
Feb
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Arrest scene site of drugs and bugs

By Meagan Moore
 
Child Protective Services was called out to a residence after Lumberton Police Officers and the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office narcotics unit executed a search warrant on Monday. According to Lumberton Police Chief Danny Sullins, located within a good neighborhood in the 500 block of Kingsbrook was a residence known for its narcotic activity.
 
Wed
01
Feb
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Lumberton man sentenced 25 years with no parole

By Meagan Moore
 
Wed
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Jan
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Silsbee

Burlington Northen-Santa Fe railroad has assumed control of the rail switch in Silsbee on January 1, and the recent activity is evident. The company has been busy replacing railroad ties with its sophisticated machinery at the switch and prepares for heavier traffic in the coming year.
 
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Silsbee man confesses to theft

By Meagan Moore
 
Both the Hardin County Sheriff’s Department and Silsbee Police Department were able to solve several burglary and theft cases after the arrest of one man from Silsbee. Daniel Paul Elmore, 35, had already been booked into the Hardin County jail on other theft charges out of Silsbee when Sgt. Robert Peden with the Silsbee PD went to interrogate Elmore.
 
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Vidor man injured in motorcycle crash

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Wed
18
Jan
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Lumberton

There were no injuries after a fire erupted in a mobile home off of Dogwood Street east of Lumberton on Sunday at around 1 p.m. It took crews an hour to contain the blaze with the mutual aid help of Silsbee Fire Department. Lumberton investigators are still determining the cause of the blaze.
 
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“Red” recognized

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Hardin County commissioners adopted a resolution recognizing L.W. “Red” Cooper for 24 years of service as Precinct 5 constable in the county. Cooper ran for re-election in November and lost to Carlos Montalvo, ending his tenure. He continues to serve as bailiff for the 356th District Court under the honorable Steve Thomas. Last week, Hardin County commissioner LW Cooper Jr. and son of “Red” read the resolution to commissioners court.
 

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