KOUNTZE — The Hardin County Commissioners Court recognized District Attorney David Sheffield for his 30 years of service during the Dec. 22 regular meeting.
Mark Sequest, a volunteer with the Silsbee Fire Department, spends time shopping with one of the more than 150 children from local families who participated in “Shop With A Hero” last week at Walmart in Silsbee. Local first responders from Silsbee Police Department, Silsbee Fire Department and Acadian Ambulance, helped needy families this holiday season. PHOTO BY DANNIE OLIVEAUX
AUSTIN — The Texas Department of State Health Services announced Trauma Service Area R, which includes Hardin and Jasper counties, must roll back business capacity to 50 percent, and bar and similar establishments have to close due to the region exceeding the 15- percent threshold for COVID patients in all hospital beds for seven straight days.
KOUNTZE – Big Thicket National Preserve announced the park’s Chronolog Citizen Science project has been awarded Texan by Nature Certification.
Christmas lights on a home reflect into a nearby lake on Hickory Hallow Drive in Lumberton.
AUSTIN – The Railroad Commission of Texas issued a total of 382 original drilling permits in November 2020 compared to 958 in November 2019.
Michael Lee (center) was this year’s winner of the $500 cash prize for “Shop Small Saturday” in Silsbee. The lucky ticket came from Big Thicket Pawn.
AUSTIN – The Texas Library and Archives Foundation, Inc., the statewide nonprofit organization chartered to exclusively support the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) has launched
The Lumberton Police Department reported seven arrests in the period ending Dec. 14.
Each individual named in the report is presumed to be innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
KOUNTZE — The Friends of Kountze Public Library announce the acquisition of a new Canon color copier for the library.