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LUMBERTON – The Lumberton ISD Board of Education met Oct. 7 for their regular monthly meeting. Trish McBride, ESL (English as a Second Language) coordinator, presented a report on the … more
HARDIN COUNTY — On Sept. 1, there were 798 new cases of COVID-19, but since then the number has dropped drastically. On Oct. 5, Hardin County Judge Wayne McDaniel reported during the period … more
KOUNTZE — The Hardin County Commissioners Court, with 2 members at a conference, held their first meeting of the month on Oct. 12 in the Hardin County Court Room. Precinct 1 Commissioner … more
LUMBERTON – The Lumberton ISD Board of Education met Oct. 7 for their regular monthly meeting. Trish McBride, ESL (English as a Second Language) coordinator, presented a report on the … more
SILSBEE — Because of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, 4 former athletes will be inducted into the Silsbee High School Athletic Wall of Honor during a banquet on Thursday, Oct. 14, in the Silsbee … more
BEAUMONT — A Hardin County teenager was indicted by a Jefferson County grand jury in connection to a fatal hit-and-un crash, as reported in the Beaumont Enterprise. On Sept. 29, the grand … more
KOUNTZE — It has been several years since cutouts for the Silent Witness Program has been displayed. But Glenda Jacks, director of the Hardin County Crime Victims’ Assistance Center, … more
HOUSTON -- How much would the Lone Star State benefit from the Biden administration proposals for clean energy and infrastructure? More than most, according to an environmental advocacy group that … more
HOUSTON – The FBI Houston Public Corruption Task Force has created an email for the public to report suspicion of public corruption directly to FBI special agents. The email … more
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