A young boy makes his way down a slide in Knupple Park in Silsbee on June 12. Warm temperatures and sunny skies welcome a host of adults and children to the park which was re-opened last month after it was mostly shutdown by the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo by Dannie Oliveaux I Silsbee Bee
The Silsbee ISD Board of Trustees reorganized the board and approved a random drug testing program for students in grades 7-12 who participate in extra-curricular activities or drives to school.
The Silsbee City Council met in executive session for more than 90 minutes but took no action after discussing a lawsuit against the city by a group of residents at its June 15 regular meeting at City Hall.
KOUNTZE - The Hardin County Commissioners held a workshop on a proposed $4.5 million hurricane safe room project during a special meeting on June 15 in the Hardin County Courtroom.
The Lumberton Police Department reported 18 arrests recently. Five for outstanding warrants and 4 arrests for Class C misdemeanors.
The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office released the following information.
AUSTIN — A new analysis shows Texas can prevent a looming health care crisis if the state expands Medicaid and steps up efforts to enroll the newly jobless in health plans through the Affordable Care Act.
This month the 43rd annual National Nursing Assistants Week will be observed June 18-25.
(NAPSI )— Calls and e-mails from scammers pretending to be government employees are widespread. Social Security phone scams are the No. 1 scam reported to the Federal Trade Commission.
LUMBERTON — Library Director Amanda Rodriguez announced the Lumberton Public Library is open, but for limited hours due to the COVID-19 pandemic.