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Silsbee Police Corporal DeVille and Hardin County Sheriff’s Deputy Bendy arrived at the scene of a one vehicle car accident that occurred on Tuesday at about 11:45 a.m. A blue Dodge truck was traveling northbound on Hwy. 96 when the driver attempted to change lanes

 

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Tigers fall to 14-2 with 2-1 loss to Hardin Jefferson

.The Silsbee Tigers travelled to Hardin Jefferson to play a non district baseball game on Thursday.

The Tigers jumped ahead early in the game when Jackson Hardy drew a walk and then scored on a single by Trevis Sundgren.

Silsbee had several chances to expand their lead, but they failed to take advantage of their opportunities.

 

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Lady Tigers open district play with 10-0 shutout

The Silsbee Lady Tigers played a nearly perfect ball game and defeated West Orange Stark by a 10-0 score on Friday.

Bailee Force was the star of the game. The sophomore pitcher struck out 13 batters and did not allow a hitter to reach base by hit walk or error. The game turned into a rare perfect game.

 

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Silsbee PD hires Louisiana native

By Meagan Moore

Silsbee Chief of Police Waylan Rhodes is welcoming a new but familiar face to the Silsbee Police Department, and that is the face of Stella Bergeron-Green.

Green was born and raised in Louisiana. She has a Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Houston and a Master’s Degree in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix.

 

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Texas Senate honors law enforcement community

By Sen. Robert Nichols

March is a busy month in the Capitol as many families, students and teachers make their way to Austin for spring break. We enjoy seeing everyone, but there is, of course, no spring break for legislators as final bills are filed and committee agendas are full of potential legislation.

Here are five things happening at your Capitol this week:

 

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Ferguson throws hat in for SISD board spot

My name is Derrell “D.J.” Ferguson, and I am announcing my candidacy for the the Silsbee Independent School District Board of Trustees Place 1. I am blessed beyond measure that God put this opportunity in front of me.

You never realize how big Silsbee really is until you try to stop by as many homes as you possibly can in an effort to let people know your views. The conversations always seem to start out with, “What makes you want to do this?” My answer is simple.

 

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STATE BOUND

The Silsbee Tigers are State Bound and this has caused a lot of excitement around Silsbee. SISD sold 500 tickets to the Friday game in just 45 minutes on Tuesday.

The Silsbee Tigers will play Argyle Friday at 3:00 p.m. in the semi final round of the state tournament.

The Eagles will bring a record of 31-4 into the semi final game against the Tigers who are 31-6.

The Eagles four losses are to Lipan by a 47-42 score, Seminole by a 46-38 score, Seminole 46-38, and Decatur 47-38.

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Kountze veteran chosen for Soldier’s Wish

By Sue Woodard

In October 2016, Subway restaurants in Southeast Texas partnered with Soldier’s Wish to support our nation’s troops and military families. The plan was dependent on the generosity of Subway customers, who added their chosen dollar amount to their purchase price whenever they bought at Subway. The residents of Southeast Texas did not disappoint.

On Tues., March 7, Subway store owner, Robert Peters, and Soldier’s Wish granted the wish of Kountze resident Sterling Keith, who gave more than 30 years of his life to serving his country and his family.

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Silsbee ISD Board of Trustees await bids for practice field

By Sue Woodard

The Silsbee Independent School District is once again contemplating putting in a football practice field.

SISD Superintendent Richard Bain explained that the district looked at this project a couple of years ago, but at that time, the cost was more than the district wanted to spend.

Bain noted that the dirt needed to prep and build the project was a large portion of the cost of the previous proposals.

 

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Tigers run record to 10-1

The Silsbee Tigers played in the Rogers tournament last week. They opened play with a 5-2 win over Caldwell.

Silsbee took the lead in the third inning of this game when Spencer Uribe led off with a walk. He was sacrificed to third base and then a single by Paxtun Bryan allowed him to cross the plate.

Jacob Hardy put the Tigers up 2-0 when he walked and then a wild pitch allowed him to score.

 

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