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19
Jul
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Silsbee council voted for sewer improvements

By Danny Reneau

The Silsbee City Council voted to authorize the city manager and city eEngineer to set a bid opening and advertise for bids for the sewer improvements funded by the Texas Department of Agriculture.

Engineers anticipate that the project will cost about $36 per linear foot for about 2900 feet. They also estimate that there will be a cost of about $4000 per manhole in the area, and there are 17 manholes and there with be a $975 fee per connection.

 

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Wed
12
Jul
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Silsbee citizen to the rescue

By Meagan Moore

Silsbee Police Officer Chris Hartman responded to a call at Walmart about a suspicious white male inside the store scaring the customers and employees on Thursday, July 6. Hartman met with Walmart security and management where he was informed of the suspects name and that he was exhibiting bizarre behavior.

The suspect was overheard by other customers talking about having a gun. Hartman recognized the subject from previous dealings with him and immediately called for another unit before he located the suspect, James Lee Hare, 42 of Evadale.

 

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Wed
12
Jul
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Town Hall meeting in Kountze

Congressman Babin talks about wide range of topics

By Danny Reneau

Congressman Brian Babin held a town hall meeting in Kountze on Monday at the Mama Jacks restaurant. There, he stressed right off the bat that he had not heard one thread of evidence of President Trump being involved with or in collusion with the Russians. He went on to say that the only collision with the Russians that he had heard about was when Hilliary Clinton as Secretary of State under President Obama sold 25% of our nation’s uranium to the Russians in return for donations to the Clinton Foundation.

 

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Wed
12
Jul
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Silsbee Police Department joins statewide call

Governor Abbott issued a statewide call to stand with law enforcement in Texas to mark the one-year anniversary of the attack on Dallas law enforcement as well as in honor of all peace officers across Texas. He asked all Texas law enforcement officers to turn on their red and blue lights for one-minute on Friday, July 7th at 10 a.m., and the Silsbee Police Department joined in by flashing their lights outside of the station.

 

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Wed
05
Jul
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Overturned truck causes backlog

Truck blocks traffic for about five hours Wednesday

An overturned logging truck caused blocked roads for about four and a half hours while law enforcement officers and road cleanup crew helped to clear the spilled logs out of the roadway on Wednesday, June 28 at about 10:23 a.m.

The logging truck was traveling eastbound on Hwy. 327 approaching the intersection at business 96. The light for northbound business 96 turned green, and cars began to enter the intersection. The driver of the logging truck attempted to break for the red light.

 

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Wed
05
Jul
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No injuries in three vehicle collision

One vehicle involved in back to back accidents

Three vehicles were involved in an accident on FM 418 just east of Mill Creek Tuesday evening.

For Glenn Edward McGilberry it was just not his night. His son was involved in an accident at the corner of Lee Miller Road and Highway 418. The 17-year old from Silsbee was driving the tan 2000 Chevrolet Silverado north on Lee Miller Road when ran into a 2002 tan Chevrolet Silverado traveling Westbound on Hwy. 418.

 

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Wed
05
Jul
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Kountze woman files election complaint after city elections

By Danny Reneau

Keith Ingram , Director of elections at the Secretary of States office has responded to a complaint filed by Cheryl Bean concerning the May 2017 election.

In the complaint, Bean alleged that among other things, Fred Williams, the mayor of Kountze was on site at the poling place for hours. She stated he “sat inside the building and was seen by a number of people.” Bean went on to say, “Fred never took the oath or signed in as required.”

 

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Wed
28
Jun
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Fireworks extravaganza this Saturday

By Autumn Rendall

Texas Outlaw Fireworks and the Silsbee Volunteer Fire Department will host the Annual Silsbee Fourth of July fireworks celebration this Saturday, July 1 at 9 p.m. at the Silsbee High School student parking lot.

The fireworks show will last about 25 to 30 minutes, and admission is free. Texas Outlaw Fireworks supplies the show annually, which is monitored by the Silsbee Volunteer Fire Department.

 

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Wed
28
Jun
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Truck rollover caught on camera

By Danny Reneau

State Patrol officers and firemen were called to the scene of an accident approximately one-half mile west of the intersection of Hwy. 418 and FM1122 on Saturday at approximately 12:06 a.m.

A red Ford F-250 crew cab diesel pickup left the roadway as it was headed west and struck a culvert. The vehicle went through a ditch and then hit another driveway where it went skyward striking a power pole.

The vehicle broke the power pole off about 10-12 feet above the ground and then landed and rolled onto its top.

 

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Wed
28
Jun
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Tropical Storm Cindy weakens, dumps rain

By Scott McDonald

As Tropical Storm Cindy formed in the Gulf of Mexico last week and barreled toward the Texas-Louisiana coastline, many folks prepared for the worst possible storm damage.

Folks stocked up in the grocery stores and filled their gas tanks, and Silsbee city workers and volunteers filled sandbags and got all emergency preparedness in order.

 

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