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Soccer Team

The Silsbee Tigers varsity soccer team played Anahuac last Friday and the Tigers claimed a 6-2 victory over the visitors.

 

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Lady Tigers Bi-District Champs

By Danny Reneau

The Silsbee Lady Tigers opened 2017 playoff action with a 84-15 victory over the Jasper Bulldogs. Silsbee took a 20-2 lead in the first quarter of the game. Symone Carmenar hit for 14 points in the first period. The young Tiger team which has only one senior, Carmenar, was too fast, too big and too offensive for their opponents.

 

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Seaman honored by commissioners

By Sue Woodard

United States Coast Guard Seaman Justin Baker was honored at the Feb. 13 meeting of the Hardin County Commissioner’s Court. The court passed a resolution commending Baker for his distinguished service to the USCG, the citizens of the United States of America and Hardin County, Texas, and thanked him for his continued service and dedication.

 

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Sour Lake Truckville supports local high school band

By Meagan Moore

The Lumberton Raiders Band Boosters Club is slowing earning and gaining back funds to help pay off bills after the embezzlement of their funds by the once secretary treasurer of the club, Helen Cox. Cox, 46 of Lumberton, was arrested on Thursday, December 1, 2016 for embezzling a little over $70,000 from the LHS Band Boosters organization, most of the money being spent at three different casinos in three different states.

 

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Irvine honored by SETAC

Silsbee resident Jobie Irvine was recognized by the Southeast Texas Arts Council (SETAC) during their annual “Hearts for the Arts” celebration on Feb. 12. “Hearts for the Arts” honors outstanding artists and contributors to the arts from Hardin, Jefferson and Orange counties.

 

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Truck retreived from the drink by divers

Members of the Silsbee Fire Department were called to a very unique incident on Wednesday evening when a vehicle left the roadway on the Old Beaumont Highway south of Andover Road and came to rest in a creek bed. The incident reportedly occurred earlier in the evening when a late model 2014 Tundra pickup driven by Richard Lowe of Silsbee was southbound on the highway.
 
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Arrest scene site of drugs and bugs

By Meagan Moore
 
Child Protective Services was called out to a residence after Lumberton Police Officers and the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office narcotics unit executed a search warrant on Monday. According to Lumberton Police Chief Danny Sullins, located within a good neighborhood in the 500 block of Kingsbrook was a residence known for its narcotic activity.
 
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Lumberton man sentenced 25 years with no parole

By Meagan Moore
 
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Tigers ramsack teams in 22-4A basketball race

Tuesday evening two old rivals met on the basketball court at the Silsbee High School gym. The visitors were the West Orange Stark Mustangs, and the hosts were the Silsbee Tigers. WOS has dominated foes on the football field for years, and they also have the most athletic players in the district outside Silsbee.
 
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Calvin Tyler is finalist for Willie Ray Smith Award

By Danny Reneau
 
Calvin Tyler was named as a finalist for the 2017 Willie Ray Smith Award, Thursday. This award is given each year to the top offensive and defensive high school football players in Southeast Texas. Tyler accepted the news by stating, “It was a blessing for me and my family. There are a lot of great athletes. I have worked hard to be one of them.”
 

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