BEAUMONT — A vital resource in our community is running low and needs the public’s help.
During an emotional exchange, Judge Steve Thomas of the 356th District Court presented certificates to Rita Peterson (left) for 25 years of service as court coordinator and Deborah Walter (right) f
Local residents arrested by Tyler Co. deputies
The body of longtime Silsbee resident and pastor’s wife, Gayle Duplissey, was taken in a white horse-drawn carriage during a formal procession from Broussard’s Mortuary to Resthaven Cemetery for he
The Silsbee Woman’s Club has been busy since September. In September, their program was about “Cultural Differences in Silsbee.”
KOUNTZE — The Hardin County Commissioners Court voted unanimously to purchase a 12,000 square-foot storage facility for $425,000, using $200,000 in Coronavirus Relief Funds (CRF) made available to
The holiday season is the “most wonderful time of the year” for most, but it can be a difficult time for those experiencing grief, pain or loss. St.
WOODVILLE — A Fred woman and Corrigan man was arrested on drug charges after being stopped by Tyler County Sheriff’s Office deputies on Nov. 29, near Fred.
LUMBERTON — An 18-year-old Kountze girl was seriously injured in a twovehicle crash involving an Acadian ambulance on Dec. 4, after the Lighted Christmas Parade.
LUMBERTON — School district officials and administrators, along with county and city officials, attend the ground-breaking ceremony on Dec.