The Silsbee City Council approved a sanitation contract extension, employee health insurance and water conservation plan at their April 22 special meeting. Councilmember Sue Bard was absent from the meeting.
KOUNTZE — National Park Week celebrates the 419 units of the National Park System, encouraging everyone to find a connection to the vast network of national parks which protect and
WOODVILLE — A Tyler County jury sentenced a Hardin County man to 70 years in prison last week for the charge of continuous sexual abuse of a young child. Michael
KOUNTZE — Hardin County Commissioners Court voted unanimously to purchase the old Kountze Insurance Agency at 225 West Crocker Street in Kountze. The action came at the April 23 meeting.
The Silsbee and Lumberton Police Departments will participate in the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 27, at their respective offices.
Early voting for the May 4 election ends at 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 30 for the City of Silsbee and Silsbee ISD elections. City election ballots can be cast at
SAN AUGUSTINE COUNTY — A Silsbee man drown and another man was recused after a boat they were in capsized on Lake Sam Rayburn on April 18, according to KJAS.
BEAUMONT— Lamar University men's golf alumni Justin Harding finished tied for 12th place at the 2019 Masters in his first ever appearance at Augusta National Golf Course. With the tied
The No. 17 Silsbee Lady Tigers closed out the regular and District 22-4A season with a 10-5 over Hamshire-Fannett on April 15 in Fannett. Silsbee upped the record to 23-6