Sabine County Commissioners met in regular session on July 27. The court approved general business including minutes from previous meetings, financials and departmental reports.
Commissioners approved an agreement for donation in Precinct 2 for limestone road base for Dogwood Estates.
Commissioners approved a resolution for County Transportation Infrastructure Grant for Precinct 4, Carter's Ferry Road.
Action was taken to start procurement for engineering and administrative services for GLO-DCBG-MIT, Hurricane Harvey Grant.
A rating committee was appointed to serve on the GLO-DCBG-MIT, Hurricane Harvey Grant, and make recommendations to commissioners court.
Sabine County Commissioners meet on the second and fourth Monday of each month at 8:30 a.m. The public is welcome to attend.
- Bond denied for San Augustine man accused of unlawful possession of firearm by felon
- Sabine Parish man dies in house fire, investigation underway
- Schovajsa charged with three counts felony forgery
- West Sabine FFA and Athletic Department receive volunteer service award
- An American Main Street Patriotic Event, you are invited
- Tax-Free Holiday is Aug. 7-9; due to COVID-19 qualifying items can be purchased online
- Watts charged on felony aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury warrant
- Red Hill Lake is still looking for a Camp Host
- Hemphill mourns the loss of "Gentle Giant" and friend to all
- Pineland Wash-n- Dry open house, welcomed by family, friends, and community
- $10,000 bond set for Milam woman accused of felony drug charges
- Sabine County woman injured in one vehicle accident
- San Augustine County marijuana growing operation located in National Forest
- Brookshire Brothers Corporate office issues statement after Hemphill employees test positive for COVID-19
- Sabine County Sheriff's Office arrest report ending, Aug. 3, 2020
- Corley located in Sabine County, charged with seven felony offenses
- Sabine County has 30 active cases COVID-19
- Hand sanitizer shipped from Mexico to Sam’s Club recalled,
Wearing a mask is a choice in Sabine County, although urged by local officials it has not been mandated as positive active COVID-19 remains under the 20 active cases threshold. Are you wearing a mask in public places and while in crowds?