LUMBERTON — Lumberton ISD announced administrators are busy making plans for what the 2020-2021 school year could look like in light of the ongoing COVID-19 situation.
Hardin County District Attorney David Sheffield (right) present Megan Moses (left) with a 10 years of service certificate. Moses works in the District Attorney’s Office. Courtesy Photo
AUSTIN — The Public Utility Commission announced last week to extend the state’s Electricity Relief Program past its current July 17 deadline to Aug. 31. Citing the governor’s decision to curtail certain economic activities in the face of rising coronavirus diagnoses and COVID-19 hospitalizations, the commission authorized staff to draft an extension order for review and approval in the next open meeting.
The Lumberton Police Department reported 9 arrests recently. One arrest was for an outstanding warrant and another for a Class C misdemeanor.
The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office released the following information.
AUSTIN – The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) has extended the deadline to July 17 for nominations of potential members of Texas’ first-ever regional flood planning groups.
GOP primary runoff election is Tuesday
SOUR LAKE — Hardin-Jefferson Independent School District will receive a federal grant of $27,818,876.25 to replace Henderson Middle School after significant damage from Hurricane Harvey, U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) announced on July 1.
AUSTIN — The Texas Education Agency announced on July 7 comprehensive guidelines for students to return to school, prioritizing their health and safety while ensuring that students receive quality instruction, whether they choose to learn in a safe on-campus environment or remotely.