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SILSBEE HOMECOMING DUCHESSES

Senior Princesses are (from left), Brandis Bass, Alexia Read, Natalie Padron and Ally Tywater.

 

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Cook addresses court on server issue

By Dannie Oliveaux

KOUNTZE — It took the Hardin County Commissioner Court about 40 minutes to get through its 28-item agenda.

But before the meeting ended, County Tax Assessor- Collector Shirley Cook addressed the Hardin County Commissioners Court concerning a computer server.

 

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Big Thicket National Preserve receives Open OutDoors for Kids Focus City Grant

KOUNTZE – Big Thicket National Preserve and the City of Houston have been selected to receive an Open OutDoors for Kids Focus City grant for the 2018-2019 school year from the National Park Foundation, the official nonprofit partner of the National Park Service.

With this grant National Park Service staff can continue working with our partners to facilitate educational field trips for fourth grade students in the Greater Houston Area.

 

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TIGERS’ HOME OPENER

Spencer Uribe (34) holds firm onto the U.S. flag as the Silsbee Tigers run out of the tunnel at the team’s home opener on Sept. 14 against the Nederland Bulldog

 

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Silsbee man guilty of human trafficking

By Dannie Oliveaux

BEAUMONT — A Jefferson County jury found a Silsbee man guilty of “continuous trafficking of person” on Sept. 13 and sentenced him to 60 years in prison.

Johnny Ray Latlock, 25, was sentenced in the 252nd District Court under Judge Rachel West with a jury made up of 10 women and two men.

Continuous trafficking of person is a first-degree felony offense.

 

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Citizens address board on backpack situation

By Danny Reneau

The Silsbee ISD Board of Trustee met Sept. 11 and several citizens addressed the board on a controversial situation at Edward Johnson Memorial Silsbee Middle School.

Former school board member John Griffin said he has a lot of respect for the board members and the superintendent, but was concerned about the controversy over backpacks at the middle school.

“It’s important to keep the community from looking like our national politics,” said Griffin. “We need to have an adult conversation, It’s a bad thing for the wife of a board members to be pushing the controversy.”

 

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Raiders explode for 54-23 win over Furr

By Dannie Oliveaux

HOUSTON – For the second game in a row, the Lumberton Raiders surpassed the 40-point mark with a 54-23 non-district win over the Houston Furr Brahmas on Sept. 15 at Barnett Stadium.

Because there was a traffic delay on the way to the stadium, there was a 30-minute delay.

In the opening quarter, Furr struck first as quarterback Gabriel Luna tossed a 45-yard pass to Janhanselor Curry for a 6-0 lead after the Brahmasmissed the point-after kick.

 

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‘Dogs hold on for 21-14 win over Silsbee

By Dannie Oliveaux

As expected on a wet and slippery field, fumbles played a key role in the outcome as the Nederland Bulldogs held on for a 21-14 win over the Silsbee Tigers in non-district action Sept. 14.

Both teams fumbled the ball four times each, but the Tigers lost three of their miscues.

All of the scoring came in the first half.

 

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Activities announced for homecoming week at SHS

Silsbee High School will celebrate homecoming next week with a host of activities at school and within the city,

The Tigers’ homecoming game is Friday, Sept. 28 against Hardin County rival, the Lumberton Raiders. Game time is 7:30 p.m.

At halftime, the recognition of the homecoming court and crowning of the homecoming queen.

 

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Silsbee Bee publisher named to 2018 TASB Media Honor Roll

Publisher Danny Reneau of the Silsbee Bee was named to the 2018 Media Honor Roll, a program sponsored by the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB), by Silsbee ISD.

The Media Honor Roll recognizes media representatives statewide for fair and balanced reporting of news about public schools.

 

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