Looking back into the past — for some at times — can bring forward the remembrance of such simplicity.
After more than 40 years of education, Mary Catherine Johnston will turn her attention to another field she loves and treasures.
To help beautify Silsbee, The Silsbee Chamber of Commerce has received a small grant from Entergy to buy new letters for the “Welcome to Silsbee” brick sign on U.S. Business 96 South, according to Executive Director Sonja Kelley.
The Silsbee Fire Department has set their annual Fourth of July Fireworks Show for Saturday, June 27 at 9:30 p.m. at Silsbee High School.
Happy 95th Birthday Christina Howard Thank God For Another Year of Blessings Love, The Family of Christine Howard
BEAUMONT — Lamar University’s Division of Student Engagement is excited to announce 21 senior students earned the Seniors of Significance distinction. Additionally, the Division bestowed the Bess Gentry Award and the C. Robert Kemble Award to senior students and the Ann Shaw Award to a junior.
KOUNTZE — Five county employees were recognized for a combined 95 years of service during the June 9 meeting of the Hardin County Commissioners Court.
Due to the COVID-19 virus, the Silsbee Public Library (SPL) will be conducting the Summer Reading Program online. The goal is to keep kids reading and having fun while they are out of school for the summer.
The Silsbee Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on May 12 for Cricket Wireless, located at 990 North 5th Street. Store Manager Angela Cephus and employee Lyndsey Chimene (center) were on hand for the event along with Chamber representatives. Courtsy Photo
Big stores are closing all over the U.S., including iconic stores like Sears, J.C. Penny’s, Kmarts, and Nordstroms. However, it's hard to accept stores in Silsbee closing.