Three local residents arrested by TSCO WOODVILLE — Three Hardin County residents were arrested and booked into the Tyler County Jail, according to Sheriff Bryan Weatherford. Weatherford reported that Tyler
LUMBERTON — The Texas Education Agency (TEA) confirmed there is an investigation into a claim that a teacher’s aide allegedly abused a non-verbal special needs student in the spring. “I
HARDIN COUNTY — Two people were seriously injured in a single-vehicle crash near Silsbee on July 29, according to Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). The driver, 24-year-old Devin Heath
KOUNTZE — According to the Hardin County Proposed Budget for the next fiscal year, the county will raise more revenue from property taxes than the 2018-2019 budget by an amount
BEAUMONT — Two Hardin County men were indicted in Jefferson County on July 31. Glen William Simpson of Kountze was indicted for possession of controlled substance, a thirddegree felony. Andrew
KOUNTZE — Kountze ISD held its firstever Health Fair, which served more than 300 people, including students. The event was on Aug. 1 in the KHS Auxiliary Gymnasium. Assistant Superintendent
KOUNTZE — The Kountze ISD Board of Trustees had three hot topics to discuss and take action on during a special meeting on Aug. 5 at the Kountze Intermediate School
LUMBERTON — The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office will host its firstever “Cops-N-Kids Field Day” on Saturday, Aug. 10, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Lumberton Middle School football
LUMBERTON — Lumberton Municipal Utility District (LMUD) Manager Roger Fussell announced his plans to retire on Dec. 31. Fussell said he announced earlier his retirement plans to the Board of
LUMBERTON — Dr. John W. White has been named as the new principal at Lumberton High School.
He replaces Darwin Davis who recently retired from education.