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Lumberton freshman advocates for dating violence awareness

By Tim Collins

LUMBERTON — When 14-year-old Silsbee cheerleader Tristan Dilley was shot dead Oct. 1, Zander Carrillo knew he had to do more to advocate for dating violence awareness.

“I don't know why, I don't know how, but it stayed in the back of my mind,” he said. “It just hurt. Why would a person do this? Why would they take a life? It makes no sense.”

 

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Ice House Museum honors pillar of Silsbee community

By Tim Collins

The Ice House Museum is honoring local pastor and businessman Walter J. Proctor with an exhibit detailing his life, “A Walk Through Time: A Tribute to Silsbee's Reverend Dr. Walter J. Proctor,” through Feb. 24.

Proctor is the owner of Proctor's Mortuary and retired last year as the pastor of New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church in Silsbee after 17 years.

 

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Caring educator at JJAEP retires

By Tim Collins

Lifting troubled students out of their circumstances and encouraging them to struggle through their schoolwork can be a difficult task that takes a lot of care

That's why the Hardin County Juvenile Justice Alternative Education Program at the Hardin County Courthouse was sad to see Alice Calloway retire in January.

Calloway was born in Newton and began teaching in the 1950s before moving to work for the Silsbee ISD in the 1960s. She retired in 1998.

 

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Driver injured in rollover accident

Emergency personnel and a Texas Department of Public Safety trooper examine a car after it was involved in a single-vehicle rollover accident Feb. 5 on southbound U.S. 96, south of Silsbee.

 

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Everything Will ‘Bee’ Alright

Evadale couple prepares for honey season after Harvey

EVADALE — Throughout Southeast Texas, thousands of bees belonging to one Evadale couple are preparing for the honey season despite last year's hurricane and dangerous mites.

The Collins Honey Company began as the brainchild of Daniel Glenn Collins in 1971, a senior in high school who ordered his first bee hive from a Sears, Roebuck & Co. catalogue. Daniel first began raising rabbits before deciding one day he wanted to raise bees. His father, Marvin Collins, now 86, decided to help.

 

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Schools shift after reclassification, alignment

By Dannie Oliv eaux

AUSTIN — The University Interscholastic League’s biennial reclassification and realignments for the 2018-19 and 2019-20 school years were announced Feb. 1.

The biggest change locally in Region 3 was Lumberton dropping from Class 5A back down to 4A. Lumberton’s enrollment was 1,125 — the seventh largest among 4A schools.

Silsbee, who played football in Class 4A Division 1 for the past two season, dropped to Division 2 with an enrollment of 784. The UIL threw the  Tigers into District 10 with Hamshire-Fannett, Hardin-Jeffe rson, Liberty and powerhouse West Orange-Stark.

 

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Tigers pass century mark for sixth time, beat Longhorns, again

By Dannie Oliveaux

HAMSHIRE — The No. 1-ranked Silsbee Tigers end the week, surpassing the century mark in a 107- 13 rout of the Hamshire-Fannett Longhorns in District 22-4A action on Feb. 2.

It was the sixth time this season the Tigers has scored 100 points or more in a game. Their largest output this season was a 118-19 win over the Longhorns on Jan. 18.

The Tigers had five players in double digits with Devon McCain tossing in 19 markers, while Braelon Bush netted 17 and Jordyn Adams popped in 16.
 

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Lady Tigers celebrate Senior Night with win

The Silsbee Lady Tigers celebrated Senior Night with a 60-42 win over the Hamshire-Fannett Lady Longhorns in District 22-4A play on Feb. 2.

It was the final home game for senior Jayla Harris, Ashley Martin and Carley Jones.

Emery Maze hit six of her game-high 15 markers in the first period as Silsbee took a 17-6 margin after the first period.

 

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Chili cook-off winners

The Kiwanis Club sponsored the annual chili cook-off on Jan. 29 at Palms Plaza. Dale Boothman present the winners with their awards.

 

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Local Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo art contest winners announced

Students from Silsbee, Evadale, Kountze and Lumberton will have their artwork displayed during the annual Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo’s School Art Program in February.

According to Evadale ISD art teacher Amy Walker, Best of Show and Gold Medal winners from each school in the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Art Contest will have their artwork exhibited in the Hayloft Gallery in Reliant Stadium.

Students from Silsbee High School are Megan Bryan, Best of Show; along with Marleigh Brisbane and Kathlyn Hatcher, Gold Medal winners.

 

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