EDUCATION Schwartz is new principal at SHS 3A INSIDE Blackwell oﬃcially sworn in as new chief 2A SilsbeeBee The Local all-star softball teams head to state SEE PAGE 5A THE NEWSPAPER OF RECORD FOR HARDIN COUNTY SINCE 1917 VOLUME 103, NO. 28 50 CENTS WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 2019 LUMBERTON LAKE TRAVIS Council’s resolution opposes TxDOT project Silsbee man arrested, charged after allegedly hitting game warden boat Game wardens were extremely lucky to avoid serious injuries By Dannie Oliveaux firstname.lastname@example.org LUMBERTON — At the July 8 meeting, the Lumberton City Council approved a resolution opposing a possible Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) project in the city, according to City Secretary Susan Collins. According to the resolution, TxDOT is considering the installation of an elevated median through Lumberton on U.S. 96. It also stated because U.S. 96, U.S. 69 and State Highway 287 are major evacuation routes, the roads for too small to handle evacuation traffic and often backs up into Beaumont during normal work day commutes. The resolution also stated the loss of revenue of local businesses will be devastating to city sales tax revenue and difficult to access many business entrances. It stated the city feels other options such as slower speed limits, permanent installation of digital or similar signage or other measures should be considered. The resolution stated the city feels the installation of an elevated median would be detrimental to the community and should be considered only as a “last resort.” The Lumberton City Council tabled action on three items on their July 8 meeting agenda, according to Collins. Collins said the council tabled action on a request submitted by James Abshire of Abshire Builders to approve the Preliminary Plat for River Birch Phase III, Section II, located in the R. C. Rodgers Survey, Abstract Number 46. The council also tabled a zone change request by Golden Triangle Consulting Engineers on behalf of Riceland Senior Living Lumberton, LLC, to rezone the rear approximately 336.26 feet of the lot from C-2 to R-2 to build an apartment complex. The property is approximately 4.51 acres, located at 341 N LHS Drive, in the Francisco Arriola League, Abstract No. 2. The council requested more information on the request by the consulting By Dannie Oliveaux email@example.com AUSTIN — A Silsbee man was arrested after he allegedly struck a Texas Game Warden patrol boat on Lake Travis on July 5, according to Rodney Barefield KXAN.com. According to Texas Parks and Wildlife, Rodney G. Barefield, 56, was arrested by game wardens after he allegedly hit the wardens’ patrol boat near Mile Marker 16 on Lake Travis between Lakeway Marina and Point Venture. Texas Parks and Wildlife’s Law Enforcement Director Grahame Jones told KXAN two wardens and an intern suffered “bruising, substantial bruising, and minor “Really it’s a testament to our game wardens’ actions who put this boat in reverse immediately before impact,” Jones said. “So if that impact had occurred just a few feet back, it would’ve been right on top of our officers.” According to Texas Boating Law Administrator Cody Jones, game wardens regularly patrol lakes but they had stepped up patrols over Fourth of July as part of a national initiative called “Operation Dry Water.” TRAFFIC MAGIC WORKSHOP Man seriously injured in crash Magician Julian Franklin (right) teaches a group of local youngsters, ages 9-14, one of his many magic card tricks during a magic workshop on July 9 at the Silsbee Public Library. Franklin tought some of the magic tricks he used during his experience as a professional close-up magician using simple cards, rubber bands, and other house hold objects. Each youngster who attended the workshop received a free copy of one of Julian's magic books. A young boy (bottom) shuffles a deck of card while Franklin instructs the group how to perform a card trick. By Staff Reports JEFFERSON COUNTY — A Hardin County man was seriously injured in a singlevehicle crash on Interstate 10 on July 2, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). Sgt. Stephanie Davis, a DPS spokesperson, reported the crash occurred near Mile Marker 840 and involved a commercial motor vehicle. Davis stated initial reports indicate that a commercial motor vehicle was traveling westbound on Interstate 10. For an unknown reason, the driver went off the roadway and lost control of the vehicle. The 18-wheeler rolled onto its side spilling the load of wooden pallets. The driver, 30-year-old Robert Lee of Silsbee, was transported by a medical helicopter to Christus St. Elizabeth Hospital with serious injuries. Lee was trapped inside the vehicle for approximately 30 minutes. Only one westbound traffic lane is open near the crash scene. Crews cleared debris from the road and the roadway was closed for an additional 23 hours. Photos by Dannie Oliveaux Silsbee Bee SOUTH COUNTY Groves man arrested, charged in Sour Lake shooting By Dannie Oliveaux firstname.lastname@example.org SOUR LAKE — A Groves man was arrested and charged in a shooting of a Saratoga man on July 1, according to the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office. According to Sheriff Mark Davis, the shooting occurred at 10:15 p.m. on 27385 Highway 105 West near Sour Lake Rex Allen Prewitt Davis reported HCSO deputies arrived on the scene and discovered a 35-year-old white male had been shot once in the jaw from a small-caliber handgun. The victim, identified as Christopher Cassity of Saratoga, was conscious and was flown to a nearby hospital by medical helicopter. Davis stated that Cassity is expected to recover. Rex Allen Prewitt, 36 of Groves, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a first-degree felony. Davis stated deputies believe that intoxication played a significant role in the argument that led to the shooting. Prewitt was arraigned and is currently in the Hardin County Jail under a 150,000 bond. See CITY on 14A Contact Us scratches.” KXAN reported Barefield was charged with a third-degree felony boating while intoxicated. He has three prior convictions for BWI/DWI. “Our game wardens were extremely lucky to avoid serious injuries as a result of this wreck,” said Jones told KXAN. Jones stated the wardens saw Barefield’s boat coming and they had just seconds to react. Main number: 409-385-5278 Fax number: 409-385-5270 News: email@example.com Advertising: firstname.lastname@example.org Silsbee Bee 2018 404 Hwy. 96 South, P.O. Box 547 Silsbee, Texas 77656 Courtesy Photo Texas DPS Workers clear off pallets from the Interstate 10 after a single-vehicle chasr which seriously injuried a Silsbee man on July 2. WEATHER Heavy rains possible in area A broad low pressure area has emerged over Apalachee Bay in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico, according to the National Weather Service (NWS) in Lake Charles, La., NWS reported that environmental conditions are expected to be conducive for tropical cyclone formation and development over the next several days, and a tropical depression is likely to form by late Wednesday or Thursday while the system moves westward across the northern Gulf of Mexico. An Air Force Reserve Unit reconnaissance aircraft is scheduled to investigate the low on Wednesday, if necessary. NWS stated the disturbance has the potential to produce heavy rainfall from the Upper Texas Coast to the Florida Panhandle during the next several days. In addition, this system could produce wind and storm surge impacts later this week or this weekend from Louisiana to the Upper Texas coast, and interests along the Gulf Coast should continue to monitor its progress. Vision FACEBOOK: SILSBEEBEE TWITTER: @SILSBEEBEE When it comes to spotting the faults of other, too many people seem to have twenty-twenty vision.
Page 2A THE SILSBEE BEE www.silsbeebee.com CRIME Wednesday, July 10, 2019 SILSBEE PD Blackwell officially sworn-in as police chief Area residents arrested by TCSO By Staff Reports By Danny Reneau WOODVILLE — Five area residents, including four from Hardin County, was arrested and booked into the Tyler County Jail, according to Sheriff Bryan Weatherford. From the period July 1-7, four area residents were arrested. Shawn Hall, 47, of Lumberton, was arrested for harassment and terroristic threat family violence. Kelly McGee, 31, of Silsbee, was arrested for theft of property ( 100- 750) and credit/debit card abuse. James Franklin Treadway, 33, of Silsbee, was arrested for driving while intoxicated for the second time. Kevin Anthony Eason, 36, of Fred, was arrested for driving while license invalid and possession of drug paraphernalia. During the period from June 24-30, Justin Scott Pufpaff, 24, of Kountze, was arrested for failure to identify a fugitive and false name, terroristic threat, criminal trespass (failure to appear), and two counts of burglary of a building (failure to appear). email@example.com The Silsbee Police Department has provided Sean Blackwell with the only job since he got of the U.S. Army more than 17 years ago. On July 4, Blackwell was sworn in a chief of police as two former police chiefs — Waylon Rhodes and Mark Davis — were present along with city councilmembers, family and friends. Rhodes resigned as police chief earlier this year. Blackwell, 42, grew up in Orangefield and attended college for a semester before joining the Army. He served in the 3rd Ranger Battalion of the 75th Ranger Regiment which was stationed in the U.S., but his unit was dispatched to various places needed. He married his wife, Natalie, who is an occupational therapist. The couple has two children, Aspen, 8, and Tyler, 5. Photo by Danny Reneau Silsbee Bee Silsbee Mayor Mike Tomas (left) congratulates new Police Chief Shawn Blackwell after he was sworn in last week. Silsbee Coin Club Show His brother, Jason Blackwell, is a police officer in Kountze. After his military service, Blackwell attended the Police Academy. After he graduated from the academy, the Police Chief Mike Holzapfel hired him as a police officer. He went straight into undercover narcotics work, but that did not last long, only 3-4 months. Blackwell went on patrol in 2001. Blackwell was promoted to sergeant on patrol, then assistant chief. He’s had lots of accom- 835 Hwy 96 S Silsbee OPEN TO PUBLIC FREE APPRAISALS Buy Sell Trade Coins Paper Money Bullion 2.00 Admission for Adults Drawing for FREE Silver Proof Set plishments, but the biggest was when he graduated from Lamar University with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in 2016. Blackwell is very cautious about what he says about his new position, and he’s just “easing his way into the new job.” He stated he’s not planning many changed and hopes SPD will continue to provide the level of service the citizens are accustomed to. Blackwell said he’s slated to have 17 officers. At present, there are 16. He added SPD has four full- time dispatchers, five parttime dispatchers, a records clerk and an administrative secretary. Blackwell said he knows the officers, their family and children, and the citizens of Silsbee. He noted the employees in SPD have shown overwhelming support and have done everything he’s asked of them. For Blackwell, the new job is not just a challenge — it’s a dream. He wants to be successful not only for himself and his family but for the SPD and the community. 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Newly-hired personnel in the Hardin County Health Department were Gay Gibson, clerk; Leah Leith, nurse/epidemiology surveillance; Lizabeth Smith, PHEP tech (Orange); Shiloh Ballon, PHEP assistant; and Caroline Smith, medical assistant. New to the Tax Assessor-Collector’s Office is Josie Cordova and Jennifer Brown, both deputy clerks. Angie Dunham was hired as the deputy clerk in the County Clerk’s Office. Commissioners approved the Fiscal Year 2019 Budget Amendment for the Hardin County Citizen’s Collection Center as previously approved on May 7. The court approved setting up a citizen’ collection station at the Hardin County Airport. Also, the court approved proposed projects utilizing funds allocated by the Texas General Land Office for Hurricane Harvey Community Development Block Grants for disaster recovery. The court also approved to solicit bids for overlaying 1,370 feet on Pineknot Lane located in Precinct 2. Also, 0.4 miles on Murray Road, 0.9 miles on Gusher Road and 0.3 miles on Crestwood Drive in Precinct 3. Commissioners also approved to accept the Emergency Services District No. 1’s audited financial statements for the year ending Sept. 30, 2018. They also approved a refund exceeding 500 to a resident for the 2017 tax year. The court held its’ first budget workshop on July 8. The next Commissioners Court meeting is 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 16 in the Hardin County Courtroom. Certified Public Accountant 180 West Avenue O Silsbee Overwhelmed with Paperwork? Business and Personal Tax Returns Bookkeeping Payroll QuickBooks Assistance
Wednesday, July 10, 2019 THE SILSBEE BEE www.silsbeebee.com Page 3A SILSBEE ISD TRAFFIC Schwartz new principal at SHS By Danny Reneau email@example.com Scott Schwartz was recently hired as the new principal at Silsbee High School. He will be moving to Silsbee after 13 years as an educator in the Rusk ISD At Rusk ISD, he served the first two years as an assistant principal and was the high school principal for 11 years. Rusk High School is a Class 4A school with about 600 students. Schwartz, 46, said he heard about the opening at SHS from a salesperson who sells items to both school districts. The new SHS principal said he “was ready to try something different” and the idea of moving to Silsbee appealed to him. One thing that impressed Schwartz about SHS is the school “is very competitive in a lot of fields (athletically and academically)” and offers students a lot of things to get involved in. Schwartz said he’s found when students do well in extra-curricular activities, “they do better academically.” He said SHS has tradition, academics and a lot of community pride. Schwartz, a Baylor University graduate, taught chemistry during his early years in education. He also served as an assistant coach of the offensive line. He noted the opportunity to go right into coaching at the varsity level came when he took his first teaching job in Rogers ISD in Bell County. Schwartz added the small school was the home of “some of his fondest memories” and Scott Schwartz the best were during his second year at Rogers ISD. He said the team ran a spread offense and it never rained all season. The team reached the state championship round and when they went to old Texas Stadium it was “raining extremely hard for the game.” “It was the first time the team played in the rain all year,” he said. After teaching and coaching at Rogers ISD, he taught one year in Grosbeck ISD. Schwartz graduated from Marshall High School and he wanted to move close to home. In 1999, he accepted a teaching and coaching job, coaching for one of his old MHS coaches, Danny Long, at Jacksonville ISD. He worked in the Jacksonville ISD for four years and took classes at Stephen F. Austin State University where he earned his master’s degree. He was an assistant principal for three years. Silsbee ISD Superintendent Dr. Gregg Weiss was superintendent of New Summerfield ISD, which was a small eater camp set July 8-27 in Silsbee The Summer Theatre Camp will present “Dastardly Dan and the Big Foot Monster” on July 8-27 at Silsbee High School for students, ages 9-16. The camp is sponsored by Lift, a 501 (c3) non-profit theater arts organization. For more information, call 409-791-6265. 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Fax letters to 3855278, email to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop by at 410 Hwy. 96S, Silsbee. school district east of Rusk. Schwartz noted he knew of Weiss, but didn’t know him personally. Schwartz said Weiss knew about him and was able to find out about his skills and approach to being a principal. He is currently collecting data “like a sponge” and wanting to find out everything so he can have a good first day of school. Schwartz has been busy working on finding counselors and assistant principals for SISD. SHS teacher Chris Bottoms will be one of three assistant principals this upcoming school year. Bottom has worked in SISD for many years and had a long career in the military. Kendal Shelton, who has family in Southeast Texas, will be another assistant principal. The third assistant principal is Kevin Credeur, who was a band director at Orangefield ISD. Last school year, SHS finished with one counselor. This upcoming year, there will be three counselor. Ana Burrell is moving to SHS from the Edward Johnson Memorial Silsbee Middle School; Vernon Wiggins, who last worked in Beaumont, and Lisa Cockrum, who worked in Rusk ISD for 21 years. Schwartz said Cockrum has a beach house on the coast and he convinced her he could be closer to the beach by moving to Silsbee. He said Cockrum worked in Rusk ISD her entire career and with him for the past 13 years. Schwartz said one thing the Lord laid on his heart is he should “be a resource and maintain a friendship with the teaching staff.” He and his wife, Juliana, have one child. She is a speech language pathologist and hopes to find a job in this area. Their only child, Kaylin, is a junior at Stephen F. Austin State University. He said one of his favorite things to do is to spend time with his daughter. Schwartz also enjoys hunting and said “he’ll hunt anything.” Another of his hobby is golf, but he said “while he is very competitive by nature, he tries to keep it under control on the golf course.” Crash injures Warren teenager By Staff Reports TYLER COUNTY — The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) reported a multiple-vehicle crash on U.S. 69 which injured an 18-year-old male. Sgt. Stephanie Davis, a DPS spokesperson, stated the crash occurred approximately one mile south of FM 2827, south of Warren. The crash occurred at approximately 1:30 p.m. Davis reported preliminary investigation indicates that a 2009 Chevrolet passenger vehicle was traveling northbound on U.S. 69. For an unknown reason, the car went off the roadway and rear-ended a parked Fed-Ex truck. The driver of the Chevrolet, Caleb Ruggles, 18, of Warren, was transported to St. Elizabeth hospital and his injuries did not appear to be life-threatening. The driver of the Fed-Ex truck was not injured. 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Page 4A THE SILSBEE BEE www.silsbeebee.com EDITORIAL Wednesday, July 10, 2019 THE BEE IN KENTUCKY Free newspapers can be misleading Thirty years ago, starting a newspaper took a big investment including computers, type-setting equipment, processors, heated waxers, layout tables, and darkroom supplies and equipment. Today, anyone with a Facebook page attempts to become a news source, and anyone with a computer attempts a newspaper and anyone with a cell phone considers themselves a journalist. Since, the 1980s, there has been a surge of free newspapers which pop up one day and are gone the next. Unlike paid subscription newspaper who have to verify their circulation, free newspapers do not. You trust they are telling the truth when they claim they distribute 10,000, Editor’s Note By Dannie Oliveaux only to find out it probably about 2,000. I know this because I worked for three free newspapers during my career. Since there is no report of a sale, there is no report of how many newspapers are circulated each week. As an official newspaper of record, The Bee is required to verify our circulation numbers with the U.S. Post Office and publish as a legal once a year. Some free newspapers are started by people who do not have a journalism degree or background, but run around with a recorder, camera or cellphone covering meetings or events. They are often roaming around the place to find a big story instead of providing consistent coverage to their patron of a local government, police, schools and sports. Just because you reported it first, doesn’t mean you reported correctly. At The Bee, we are committed to provide the best coverage of local and county government, education, police, sports and community news and events. We can’t make every meeting or every event, but we try. We don’t have to say we’re “Your No. 1 Source for Hardin County news,” we prove it each week. Courtesy Photo Silsbee Bee Free legal clinic for veteran is Aug. 10 in Lumberton By Staff Reports LUMBERTON — Veterans who need legal advice or legal assistance can visit a free legal clinic on Saturday, Aug. 10. The clinic is 9 a.m. to noon at the Lumberton Fire & EMS, 228 Country Lane Drive. The clinic is a public service of the Jefferson County Bar Association which is part of a coalition of bar associations that provide pro bono INTRODUCING Funded by Ford An exciting new program that rewards you for the things you do with us. Earn and redeem valuable points on vehicle service and maintenance or new vehicle purchases. When you buy or lease a new Ford For discounts on service, accessories, purchases or leases To exclusive member-only offers and promotions Join today at FordPassRewards.com 1211 Hwy 96 N 895-3800 Silsbee legal services to U.S. veterans in 18 counties in Texas. Appointments are not necessary, but are encouraged. Any veteran, or spouse of a deceased veteran, can receive one-on-one advice and counsel from a volunteer attorney in areas of law, including family law, wills and probate, consumer issues, landlord/tenant law, bankruptcy, employment, foreclosures, and veterans’ benefits and disability claims. Veterans who need ongoing legal representation and who qualify for legal aid may be assigned a pro bono attorney to handle their case. Financial guidelines apply for continued legal representation. The clinic is open to any Hardin, Jefferson, Orange, Liberty or Chambers County veteran or spouse of a deceased veteran free of charge. The JCBA’s veterans legal advice clinic is part of the statewide Texas Lawyers for Texas Veterans (TLTV) initiative, a program begun by the State Bar of Texas and funded by The Texas Access to Justice Foundation (TAJF) to ensure that organized legal clinics exist throughout the state to specifically assist military veterans who cannot afford or do not have access to basic legal services. CRAVENS INSURANCE GROUP Eli Smart (left) and his monther, Mindy, looking over the Ohio River in Louisville, Kentucky, while holding a copy of The Silsbee Bee. Eli Smart is competing in HVACR at the SkillsUSA National Convention. NEWS BRIEFS who have completed their degrees in the last six months. Their areas of study include business, K-12 education, information technology, and health professions, including nursing. Peaster named to honor roll CLAREMORE, Okla. — Rogers State University has announced its President's and Dean's Honor Rolls for the spring 2019 semester. Dillon Peaster of Lumberton was named as one of the students who made the honor roll. To qualify for the President's Honor Roll, students must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours with a 4.0 grade point average (no grades lower than an "A"). To qualify for the Dean's Honor Roll, students must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours with a 3.5 grade point average (no grades lower than a "B"). LISD summer office hours announced LUMBERTON — Summer hours for Lumberton ISD is Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. until July 18 and closed on Fridays. On Monday, July 22, LISD will resume regular office hours. Food manager class is July 30 KOUNTZE — The Hardin County Health Department will conduct a Food Manager Class on Tuesday, July 30, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Hardin County Annex Building, 1135 Redwood. There is a cost per class. and certification is good for 5 years Every food establishment that cooks food must have a Certified Food Manager per shift. Bring a laptop or tablet to take the final exam if you have one. For information, call 409-246-5188. Local residents earn degree from WGU SALT LAKE CITY — Two Silsbee residents have earned a degree from Western Governors University (WGU). The online, nonprofit university held its 70th (Orlando, Florida); 71st (Cincinnati, Ohio); and 72nd (Anaheim, California) commencement ceremonies this year to celebrate the graduation of more than 22,000 students from across the country. James Joines earned a Bachelor of Science, Information Technology and Cindy Lindsey earned a Bachelor of Arts, Interdisciplinary Studies (K-8) WGU has recognized 13,244 undergraduate and 8,930 graduate degree recipients, Mass school reunion in July The third annual FrazierWaldo Mathew Robinson Mass School Reunion is Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 26- Where Experience Counts With Over 100 Years of Continuous Service In Hardin County 28 in Silsbee. An exciting weekend is planned for the graduates, their families, the city and former students of Fraizer, Waldo Mathews and Robinson schools. There will be a grand parade, banquet, picnic and other opportunities to “Meet and Greet.” Contact James Taylor, chairperson, for more information and details. Summer camps at Boys and Girls Club The Boys and Girls Club of Hardin County is hosting its Summer Fun Camps. Summer camps run through Friday, Aug. 2 and will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. and include breakfast and lunch. A variety of activities and programs will be offered throughout the summer. To register, call the Boys and Girls Club at 936-560-6844. The club is located at 1005 N. Seventh Street in Silsbee. Camp Noah slated for July 22-26 LUMBERTON — Camp Noah is coming back to Hardin County. It will take place on July 22-26 at Woodcrest United Methodist Church in Lumberton.Breakfast, lunch and two snacks will be provided. To participate, campers must be entering grade 1-6 in August. Registration is limited to the first 50 children and is on a first come, first served basis. There's no cost to attend the camp. Camp Noah is a specialty camp designed for children who have been impacted by disaster. This is a therapeutic experience that builds resiliency and targets elementary-aged children that were directly affected by Harvey. (Lost home, personal belongings, may have been displaced, etc.) Children who went through the Camp Noah experience in 2018 will not be eligible to participate this time To register, go online to https://campscui.active.com/ orgs/CampNoah#/selectSessions/2
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