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Wed
15
Nov
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Singing for Veterans Day programs

The Lumberton Intermediate School Choir performed "God Bless the USA" and "God Bless America" for local veterans at Lumberton's Veteran's Day Program in the Lumberton Performing Arts Center on Nov. 10.

 

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Wed
15
Nov
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SHS ‘Class of ‘56’ holds annual reunion

By Imogene Nelson

The Silsbee High School “Class of ‘56” enjoyed their 59th reunion at the ‘50s Diner in Silsbee.

Attending the luncheon were Leona Paine Farnsworth, Ikey Hudgins, Imogene Blake Nelson, Nelda Graves Dogen, Linda McMillan Beall, Martha Gilley Gray, Betty Franklin, Janis Shepherd Wood, Dale Leatherwood McNight, Glen Ruso, Rosa Gordon Harrell, Edward Glen Fikes, Terra Ann Jones Davis and four spouses, Jamie Fikes, George Dogen, Joe Nelson and Leatherwood. Special guest was Patricia “Pat” Miller.

 

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Wed
08
Nov
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Exhibit Hall winners from the Youth Project Show

KOUNTZE — The Hardin County Youth Project Show was held at the John Blair Pavilion on Oct. 21.

The Exhibit Hall Show results are as followed:

• BISCUITS: (Middle School) 1. Esther Cartwright, Horse & Rider 4-H; Champion: Esther Cartwright

• CORNBREAD: (High School) 1. Cody Camden, Silsbee FFA; 2. Brianna Fregia, Kountze FFA; 3. Nathanael Cartwright, Horse & Rider 4-H; 4. Jillian Sawyer, Lumberton 4-H; (Middle School): 1. Christian Baird, Big Thicket 4-H; Champion: Christian Baird and Reserve Champion: Cody Camden

 

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Wed
08
Nov
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Photo contest winners

The Hardin County Camera Club met on Oct. 3 at the First Baptist Church in Silsbee. Two of the members discussed drones and drone photography. The monthly contest was "Reflections.

 

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Wed
01
Nov
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Titan Warriors

Sales Manager Dennis Bernal Sr., center, stands with Silsbee Nissan sales professionals Evelyn Brown, left, and Stevie Sherman, right, who were inducted into the “Titan Warriors Club” this week for being in the top one percent of Nissan sales professionals in the United States.

 

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Wed
01
Nov
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Silsbee Garden Club donates to SVFD

The Silsbee Garden Club donated $500 to the Silsbee Volunteer Fire Department. Silsbee Garden Club President Margaret Fox (second from right) presented SVFD Fire Chief Robin Jones the check along with Garden Club officers (left to right) Kay Bennett, Debbie Whigham and Patsy Gerngross.

 

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Wed
25
Oct
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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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Wed
25
Oct
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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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Wed
18
Oct
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Local dealers ‘Fill The Trunk’ for local Boys and Girls Club

Silsbee auto dealerships have joined forces to support the work of the Boys and Girls Club of Hardin County in the October fundraiser, “Fill The Trunk.”

Dealerships all over town have placed a car on their showroom floors where anyone who passes can toss in pocket change to benefit the Silsbee club. The sign states: “Changing the life of a child forever. By putting your change in this vehicle, you will help the Boys and Girls Club change lives forever.”

 

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Wed
18
Oct
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Kountze residents deliver quilts for Harvey-affected SETX residents

By Tim Collins

KOUNTZE — When Kathy and Pat Rhodes heard about a truckload of handmade quilts that needed delivering to victims of Tropical Storm Harvey, they knew that had to do what they could to get them to their fellow Southeast Texas residents.

The Kountze couple was visiting family in Arkansas when Rhodes’ niece, Molly Kirbo, heard about the quilts after running into a lady at the Waldron Walmart, and was asked if she knew anyone who could deliver them to Texas.

 

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