HARDIN COUNTY — The Hardin County’s COVID-19 Case Data released on Sept. 16 showed a slight increase in the number of active cases, but seven more deaths.
AUSTIN — The Texas State Library and Archives Commission, in partnership with Texas Legal Services Center / Texas Law Help and the Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid, have launched the Texas Free WiFi Map.
BEAUMONT – Entergy Texas, Inc. is continuing to monitor and plan for any potential impacts from Tropical Storm Beta.
The Lumberton Police Department reported 15 arrests recently.
DENTON — Texas Woman’s University’s Center for Women Entrepreneurs (CWE) is accepting submissions for its StartHER Grant Program, which encourages women-owned businesses in Texas to undertake new and innovative projects.
The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office released the following information.
Lumberton ISD public event reset for Sept. 24
The Supreme Court is a strange beast because, like all federal judge appointments, they are done for life. To have an opportunity to appoint someone, then someone on the court has to die or retire, and retirement is pretty infrequent.
Ryan Szura (center), general manager of Happy Kia, presented the Silsbee Visitors Center a check for a $1,000 donation towards the Pines Theater Project. Szura and Happy Kia are challenging local businesses to match their $1,000 donation for the project. Present at the check presentation were (left to right) Christy Brown, Silsbee Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center board member; Reba Goodwin, Pines Theater Project manager Sonja Kelley, executive director of Silsbee Chamber and Visitor Center; Kobe Szura, Happy Kia customer service representative; Aimee Battle, Happy Kia accounting; and Daphne Nichols, Happy Kia accounting. PHOTO BY DANNIE OLIVEAUX
The Silsbee Police Department investigated five automobile crashes recently.