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LHS runner state-bound

By Dannie Oliveaux

HUNTSVILLE — Runners from Silsbee, Lumbertonand Kountze participated in the UIL Region 3 regional cross country meet, with only one runner advanced to the state meet next month.

Lumberton senior Trent Stoute finished 17th in the Region 3 Class 5A boys’ 5K race with a time of 16 minutes and 58.5 seconds. He was the 10th-place individual runner.

“This was his last chance to make it to state and he wasn’t going to let anything stop him,” said Lumberton head coach Jason Sanders.

 

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Moves prove beneficial in Tigers’ 38-34 win

By Danny Reneau

NAVASOTA — The Silsbee Tigers kept their playoff hopes alive with a thrilling 39-34 win over the Navasota Rattlers in District 10-4A Division 1 action on Oct. 20.

Because of injuries and illnesses, the Tigers’ back was against the wall after three straight losses, including a 58- 38 loss to Little Cypress-Mauriceville in the district opener last week.

Coach Randy Smith and his staff moved several players to different positions. Smith strengthened the Tiger defense by moving Adonis Thomas from running back to linebacker, and brought a new player into the offensive lineup.

 

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City Council OKs tax rate increase

By Dannie Oliveaux

The Silsbee City Council voted 5-1 to pass an ordinance to increase the city tax rate from 40 to 42 cents per $100 property evaluation during its Oct. 16 meeting.

The lone opposing vote was Councilman Thomas Tyler.

The tax is for the maintenance and operation (M&O) expenditures of the city.

 

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Ribbon cutting

Silsbee Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kayla Bishop (far left holding ribbon) and local business leaders participate in a ribbon cutting for Ya-Ya's A Petite Boutique Venue with owner Llara Firmin, at the Chamber's Third Thursday event on Oct. 19.

 

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Silsbee High students tell ‘Spooky Stories’

By Tim Collins

Mummies, pirates, werewolves and shambling monsters raced across the stage at the Ice House Museum, Monday night, to the delight of children aged from kindergarten to second grade.

Silsbee High School theater students spent the last couple weeks writing Halloweenthemed skits and tales for the children in conjunction with Silsbee ISD’s Performing Visual Arts Council for Monday night’s performance. 

“I think it went amazing,” Angie Brown, president of PVAC, said. “We were a little bit nervous at first because not too many kids had shown up, but then they started pouring in.”

 

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Governor visits Hardin Co., meets with local officals

By Dannie Oliveaux

KOUNTZE — Gov. Greg Abbott met with several city, county and district officials about the recovery efforts from Tropical Storm Harvey at the Hardin County Courthouse on Oct. 11.

It was Abbott’s final day of a three-day tour to Southeast Texas that included Kountze, Orange, Vidor and Port Arthur.

“We want to see how the recovery efforts were progressing and making sure they have access to all the resources they need, and to offer assistance in any way,” Abbott said. “We are proud of how they (Hardin County) has responded, both as leaders and as well as the community. This is a great example of Texans helping Texans, which has accelerated the response.

 

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AMC to sell Pines Theater

By Tim Collins

AMC Theatres corporate communications director Ryan Noonan confirmed last week AMC is looking to sell the Pines Theater in downtown Silsbee.

Noonan said AMC Theatres had decided to not re-open the historic theater because of “significant damage to the building and equipment” caused by Tropical Storm Harvey.

Silsbee resident Lisa Ricks-Bozyone said she hopes the theater reopens, and that her kids will miss riding to the theater on their golf cart to watch family movies.

 

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KHS Homecoming Royalty

Lane Ramsey and Kennedy Flower (center) were crown as the 2017 Kountze High School homecoming king and queen during the pregame coronation on Oct. 13. Koby Cummings (left) was honored as Lord in Waiting and Amberly Stutts (right) was crowned as the Lady in Waiting.

 

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Rebels open up district play with win over Hull-Daisetta

By Danny Reneau

DAISETTA — The Evadale Rebels opened up their District 12-2A Division 2 slate with a 47-6 win over the Hull- Daisetta Bobcats on Oct. 13.

It was almost hard to say the Bobcats survived the first quarter, as Evadale totally dominated the quarter.

On the second play of the game, Willie Farr exploded past defenders for a 67-yard touchdown with 11:05 to go in the first. The Rebels failed on the two-point conversion.

 

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Tigers drop district opener at LC-M

By Danny Reneau

ORANGE — The Silsbee Tigers opened District 10-4 Division 1 play at Little Cypress- Mauriceville on Oct. 13 and suffered an unexpected 58-38 loss on a night in which they struggled on the defensive side the entire game.

For the third straight week, Silsbee came into the game short on players due to injuries and the situation got worse almost immediately when Adonis Thomas, the team’s top running back, fell to the turf after pounding his way through opponents after the Bears grabbed an early lead.

 

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