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Barnes wins 100-200 at District meet

The Silsbee Tigers hosted the District Track meet on Monday and Thursday, April 3 and 6.

The Tigers did well in the sprints and in the relays and managed to finish the meet in third place. LCM won the meet with 168 points. WOS had 127, Silsbee 104, Orangfield 97, Bridge City 88, and Hamshire-Fannett 29.

 

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Lady Tigers fare well at District meet

By Danny Reneau

The Silsbee girls placed fourth in the district track meet on Thursday with 103 points. Bridge City won the championship with 162 points. They were followed closely by Hamshire Fannett with 160, and Orangefield with 115. WOS scored 41 and LCM 29.

The Lady Tigers picked up most of their points in the sprint events and also in the relays. They won both the 4x100 meter relays and the 4x200 meter relays.

 

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Sanner honored for years of dedication to cemetery

The Village Mills Cemetery Association put in a request to Hardin County Precinct 2 Commissioner Chris Kirkendall to rename Village Mills Cemetery Road to George Sanner Road.

Sanner, 88, has voluntarily provided maintenance and upkeep at the cemetery for more than 25 years and members of the cemetery association felt this was a fitting way to honor him.

 

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KISD’s driver Burchfield honored

By Meagan Moore

Beverly Burchfield was recently honored by PCAT as the 2016-2017 PCAT Bus Driver of the Year for Kountze ISD. The award was presented to Ms. Beverly Burchfield by Jeff Freeman, director of maintenance and operations, John Ferguson, superintendent, on April 7, 2017 at Kountze ISD Transportation Department. Ms. Burchfield has been employed by KISD and has driven a bus since 1999. The award was based upon multiple driver attributes: Leadership, Attitude, Perseverance, Student and Parent Relationships, and Technical Skill.

 

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Private School funding bill passes Senate

Since 2003, every “First Tuesday” of the month, doctors and medical students from around the state come to the Capitol to lobby on behalf of their profession and patients. These individuals provide an invaluable service to our state and I look forward to working with them for many years to come.

Here are five things happening at your Capitol this week:

 

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Armed, Dangerous

By Meagan Moore

An investigation is underway in a collaborative effort by the Silsbee Police Department, Lumberton Police Department, and Hardin County Sheriff’s Department after a robbery that occurred on Wednesday, March 29.

The collaboration of the agencies resulted in a quick arrest of two suspects believed to be responsible for multiple armed robberies in Hardin County.

 

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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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