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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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LISD school board narrows field to 3 for superintendent

By Dannie Oliveaux

LUMBERTON — Three finalists selected for the Lumberton ISD superintendent’s position will be interviewed this week, according to School Board President James Kersh.

The school board held a special meeting Feb. 1. During the meeting, the board went into executive session to discuss the superintendent applicants and approve the number of applicants to be interviewed.

 

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Two Silsbee residents arrested with drug package

By Tim Collins

BEAUMONT — Jefferson County Sheriff's Office deputies have arrested two Silsbee residents on charges of possession of a controlled substance.

JCSO investigators responded to information on a package containing the opioid Fentanyl had been shipped to an address on Washington Boulevard on Jan. 29.

When a suspect arrived at the Beaumont Post Office to pick up the package of Fentanyl, JCSO investigators arrested two suspects in a truck, Captain Crystal Holmes said in a release.

 

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Lumberton man nabbed for failure to register as sex offender

By Tim Collins

LAKE CHARLES, La. — Authorities in Louisiana have arrested a Lumberton man and charged him with failure to register as a sex offender.

Dana Marc Pratt, 51, was arrested on Jan. 20 by deputies with the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Unit for failure to register as a sex offender while working at a Louisiana plant.

Pratt was convicted of criminal sexual conduct in the third degree with a 15- year-old female in Michigan in 1995, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety Sex Offender Registry.

 

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Grass fire off FM 92

Silsbee Volunteer Fire Department firefighter Todd Jewett battles a grass fire on Post Plant Road off of U.S. 92 north of Silsbee on Jan. 25.

 

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Lady Tigers remain perfect in 24-4A after pair of district wins

By Danny Reneau

The Silsbee Lady Tigers remain perfect and in sole possession of first place in District 24-4A after two wins last week at Bridge City on Jan. 26 and at home against West Orange-Stark on Jan. 23.

Brandis Bases popped in a season-high 25 points, along with 13 rebounds and six steals in a 75-49 win over Bridge City.

Two other players tallied in double figures. T’Nya Irvin had 13 points and eight steals, while Emery Maze hit 10 and 11 rebounds.

 

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Tigers get victories over Bridge City, WO-S

Silsbee in first place in 22-4A

By Danny Reneau

The Silsbee Tigers ran their district record to 5-0 with a pair of District 22-4A wins over West Orange-Stark and Bridge City last week.

The Tigers beat BC, 95-52, and handed WO-S an 81-69 loss on the road

On Jan. 26, the Tigers hosted the Bridge City Cardinals. The Cards were at a huge disadvantage in size and experience but they answered the bell and played the Tigers tough during the opening minutes.

 

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Seeing Red

Local yarn shop donates hats for babies

By Tim Collins

When Cyndi Fontaine of In The Loop organized the distribution of crocheted octopuses to premature baby wards in Beaumont last year, she said she didn't expect much of a response.

"It's just mushroomed," she said. "It's been crazy. And it's getting people back into crocheting that haven't been into crochet in years. They're doing it with friends or their family."

 

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