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Two-vehicle crash results in fatality

By Meagan Moore

A two-vehicle accident five miles west of US 69 near Bon Well Loop on FM 421 resulted in a fatality.

At about 8:20 a.m. on Wednesday, March 29, a 1996 Mercury passenger vehicle was traveling westbound on 421 when the vehicle’s front tire blew out, causing the vehicle to veer into the eastbound lane and collide head-on with a 2000 Acura passenger vehicle.

 

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Silsbee woman convicted, then indicted for two separate crimes

By Meagan Moore

A Silsbee woman went to trial last month on Tuesday, March 21 for possession of controlled substance for a crime committed approximately two years ago, and was also indicted on another charge for possession of controlled substance last month.

Sergeant Mark Vincent with the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics unit worked both cases and arrested Dorothy Loraine Carter for both instances of possession of controlled substance. On January 5, 2015 at about 11:00 a.m., Vincent was assisting the then-Sgt. Charles Daigle with the HCSO to serve a seizure warrant on Bobby Lynn Carter for his residence and property on Covey Lane in Silsbee.

 

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Lady Tigers win 11 – 3 over Lady Horns

By Bob Parish

On Friday the Silsbee softball team saw the Longhorns from Hamshire Fannett jump to an early lead, when in the first inning doubles by Madison Ramsey and Zoey Arceneaux sparked the Longhorns to a three run lead. The Tiger bats were slow to get going until the bottom of the second inning when Tristyn Terry doubled and Brandis Bass walked. Each would later score after singles by Baleigh Gray and Kaleigh White. At the end of three innings the Longhorns lead 3–2. 

 

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Tigers host 22-4A District track meet

Silsbee High School is hosting the District 22-4A track meet this week.

Field and preliminary events took place on Monday, and the relays and running finals will be held on Thursday

The finals of the running events will start at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday. 

 

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Business honored by Spurger ISD

Spurger-Citizens State Bank was honored by district leaders for its outstanding support of students and schools in Spurger ISD.

“We are grateful for the generosity of Citizens State Bank and its commitment to help make a real difference for our kids and this community,” said Kendall Smith, Spurger ISD Superintendent.

 

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Chamber of Commerce

The Silsbee Chamber of Commerce, along with representatives from the Silsbee City Council and Silsbee Police Department, helped welcome a new business to Silsbee, Ewe in the Loop, located at 130 E. Avenue H.

 

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Holt tosses hat into ring for SISD Place 2

My name is Janis Holt, and I am running for re-election to the Silsbee ISD School Board, Place 2. My family and I have lived in the Silsbee community for almost 24 years, and I can’t imagine living anywhere else. I earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Lamar University, with specializations in English and History.

 

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Driven by Safety

By Danny Reneau

The Silsbee ISD Board of Trustees met Tuesday and approved a number of operational policies that affected the procedure that the school district uses to conduct business.

School attorney Tanner Hunt stated that most of the changes were not significant but they were recommended.

 

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Fire on the back porch

Amanda Hatton awoke early Sunday to a fire on the back porch of her home. She got her children out of the home and called the fire department. Investigators found stored pool chemicals on the deck next to the house.

 

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City Council sends EDC board packing

By Danny Reneau

The Silsbee City Council met Monday and voted to recall all of the members of the Silsbee EDC board of directors and replace them with members of the Silsbee City Council.

The motion passed by a 4-2 vote with Gary Strahan, Sue Bard, Adalaide Balaban, and Jim Willis voting in favor of the motion and Thomas Tyler and Chris Barnes voting in opposition.

The vote was proceeded by presentations from a number of members of the audience, as well as council members.

 

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