The Silsbee Little Theater (SLT) will host in its historic 50th anniversary with the spring dinner theater production of “Love Rides, the Rails, (or Will the Mail Train Run Tonight?)” which begins on Friday, April 17.
A New York author is looking for information and photographs on a Silsbee resident who was killed in a military plane crash in 1941 in New York.
BEAUMONT — Intelligent.com has ranked Lamar University the 11th best online probation officer degree program in the online nation.
The Silsbee Police Department reported three people were arrested in connection with a break-in and theft of three new trucks at Moore Dodge in Silsbee on March 4.
KOUNTZE — The Hardin County Commissioners Court made no motion on action to adopt an order related to the application for issuance of Solid Waste Disposal Revenue Bonds for Republic Services, Inc., during their March 10 regular meeting.
LUMBERTON — The Lumberton City Council approved a second reading on a game room ordinance during their May 9 regular meeting at City Hall Council Chambers.
KOUNTZE — Investigation continues on a bigamy charge against a local woman, according to Hardin County District Attorney David Sheffield.
ORANGE COUNTY — A Kountze woman and Lumberton man were arrested after they fled from law enforcement in Jasper County, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS).
LUMBERTON — Two years after being named superintendent of Lumberton Independent School District, Dr. Gerald Chandler announced his resignation, according to a joint statement from Chandler and the LISD Board of Education released by Spokeswoman Gretchen Scoggins.
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