KOUNTZE — Hardin County Judge Wayne mcDaniel announced theTexas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM), Hardin County Emergency Management and Hardin County Public Health are partnering to provide
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Through a generous grant provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, approximately $55,000 worth of food and supplies were donated to the Hardin County Christian Care Center, with the first of three drop-offs arrived on Dec. 29.
Tickets on sale for Chamber of Commerce banquet
AUSTIN – A construction and remodeling boom in Texas has created demand for specialists who inspect commercial projects to make sure the projects are complying with the Texas Accessibility Standards, a construction law built upon the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
The Silsbee Police Department responded to series of accidents in the past two weeks.
The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office released the following information.
BEAUMONT — Last week, the Eastern District of Texas (EDTX) has taken another significant step in promoting justice, fairness, and transparency in the areas of corporate and white-collar enforcement.
The Lumberton Police Department reported 23 arrests in the period from Jan. 4-18. Each individual named in the report is presumed to be innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The following information’s released by LPD:
AUSTIN – The Texas Veterans Land Board (TxVLB) announced last week its virtual assistant has helped over 1,000 Texas Veterans with requests for assistance since its inception. Maverick, a virtual assistant powered by IBM’s Watson, was launched by the VLB in July 2020 and serves as an online helper capable of quickly directing Veterans to resource pages and answering hundreds of frequently asked questions.