The Silsbee Police Department reported 23 arrests for the period ending Feb. 8.
HARDIN COUNTY — County Judge Wayne McDaniel reported that 398 citizens in Lumberton received the COVID-19 vaccine on Feb. 6 and are on track to vaccinated 1,500 first-dose vaccines by Friday, Feb. 12, thanks to county judges and mayor from Hardin, Jasper, Jefferson, Newton and Orange counties working together.
LUMBERTON — The Lumberton City Council held their first meeting of the month on Feb. 8, taking action on eight items.
KOUNTZE — No action was taken by the Hardin County Commissioners Court for a resolution to support the submission of an application by a developer for housing tax credit and allocation of housing tax credits for the approval of the new construction development and commitment of development funding in the form of a grant or reduced fees, during the Feb. 8 meeting in the Hardin County Court Room.
Newly formed task force to focus on fighting federal overreach, preserving Texas energy independence
AUSTIN – Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush announced on Feb. 8 the formation of the Texas Defense Task Force within the General Land Office with the mission to identify federal overreach and fend off threats to the Texas oil and gas economy.
KOUNTZE — Kristen H. White of the Hardin County Veterans Service Office (VSO) wants to remind veteran that military records from World War I to present are held at the National Archives in St. Louis.
Charles and Wanda Shaver found their faith has been essential in their 60 years of marriage.
SUGAR LAND — A host of swimmer from Lumberton and a
The Silsbee ISD Board of Trustees meeting on Feb. 8, turned into a long and sometimes combative event.
The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office released the following information.