The Kountze Chamber of Commerce presented Abigail Smart, the 2021 Kountze High School salutatorian, with a $1,000 scholarship for her outstanding performance in academics and community service in H
AUSTIN — The Texas Education Agency (TEA) released spring 2021 State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) results last month.
HARDIN COUNTY — Three people, including an 11-year-old child, were transported to local hospitals after a two-vehicle crash.
AUSTIN – The Texas Historical Records Advisory Board (THRAB) invites nominations for its 2021 archival awards.
KOUNTZE — The Hardin County Commissioners Court held their first budget workshop and heard from several county officials concerning the Fiscal Year 2022 budget during a special meeting on July 7.
AUSTIN — Gov.
MCKINNEY — The Coalition for a Drug Free Texas and Americans Against Legalizing Marijuana held an event last month, announcing the state-wide roll out of mobile billboards messaging the top drug as
Fire consumes a Hallcon transport van on July 12 near the intersection of Martin Luther King Drive and Lee Miller Road in Silsbee. A person exited the van before the fire began.
The Chamber hosted the second Christmas in July Scavenger Hunt which different Lumberton businesses posed a question and the “hunters” had to visit the businesses for the answer.
ORANGE – July in Texas is full of sun, swimming pools, barbecues and tons of fun activities for children.