BEAUMONT — The Jefferson County Bar Association is sponsoring free monthly telephonic legal advice appointments to veterans the last Wednesday of every month through August.
JEFFERSON COUNTY — A Mississippi man was killed April 5 in a multi-vehicle crash involving a Hardin-Jefferson ISD bus, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS).
The Silsbee Police Department reported 15 arrests from March 30 to April 6.
KOUNTZE — Kristen H. White of the Hardin County Veterans Service Office (VSO) wants to remind veteran that military records from World War I to present are held at the National Archives in St. Louis.
Hicks Media is proud to announce that they have acquired The Silsbee Bee from Reneau Publishing. Hicks Media President Jay Williams said The Bee is a perfect fit for the company, whose newspaper holdings are focused on community-based papers.
LUMBERTON — First responders from throughout Hardin County took a few minutes on April 1 to pay tribute to a fallen Texas Department of Safety trooper.
Family, friends and volunteers are need for the Old Nora Road Cemetery Restoration Project. The next clean-up dates are on the next three Saturdays, April 10, 17 and 24, from 9-11 a.m.
De Garavilla seeking re-election as SISD trustee
Silsbee High School FFA students Dusti Creel (left) and Jadyn Brooks participated in the Houston Livestock Show Calf Scramble, which allowed them to receive a $1,750 certificate to purchase and register to show a beef heifer in March. Creel placed second in her class and qualified for the Grand Champion Drive. Brooks placed 11th in her class. PHOTO BY DANIEL ELIZONDO
The Lumberton Police Department reported nine arrests from March 30 to April 6.