Hardin County Health Inspector ReJena Bolton released the following report for the month of September: • Spanish Trails Assisted Living – 775 Hwy 96 S, Silsbee - all specifications met
Friday, Oct. 12 CIRCUS: Carson & Barnes’ Circus Saurus returns to Silsbee at the old Kirby Elementary School, 1020 N. 5th St. Performances are set for 4:30 and 7:30 p.m.
WINNIE – Ten Silsbee High School students competed at Lamar Institute of Technology (LIT) in welding for the Texas Rice Festival competition. Cody Freeman earned first place and won numerous
Last week, Sen. Robert Nichols (R-Jacksonville) met with local superintendents from Hardin County at the Silsbee ISD Administration Building. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss education issues in
Dear Editor: September 25, I had the honor of representing Texas on Capitol Hill by traveling to Washington, D.C. with nearly 700 of my fellow American Cancer Society Cancer Action
Looking into the jaws of an alligator can be a frightening sight but one Silsbee man got to experience that feeling first hand on Sept. 30. Brian Curtis is an
Silsbee Oaks Healthcare hosted an award presentation to honor on of their residents. On Sept. 26, Hardin County Wayne McDaniel presented a special proclamation honoring Dorothy Lloyd Hawley for being
(BPT) - Loss of balance, along with dehydration, attention deficits and loss of cognition are symptoms of a condition known as hyponatremia, characterized by low salt levels in the blood.
(BPT) - The mental and physical merits of walking are well established, from helping ward off depression to preventing heart disease. Meditation, likewise, can help reduce anxiety symptoms and improve