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Hornets defeat Kountze 61/6. The Hornets will take on the #2 ranked Newton Eagles on Friday, Oct. 7.

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Smith County Precinct 5 Constable's Office Jeff McClenny is resigning his position for a job opportunity to serve as police chief of a school district.  “As most of you may know, I have resigned from office as Constable Precinct 5 of Smith County,” McClenny said.

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The West Sabine Tigers shut-out the Trinity Tigers for the win in week 4 of Highschool football. West Sabine 50 vs Trinity 0 @ Trinity - Final

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The HORNETS took on the Kirbyville Wildcats and sent them home with a big L, continuing their winning streak now 4-0.

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Sabine County 4-H will have their first meeting September 12th. We had to reschedule the August meeting to avoid conflicts with back to school activities. 4-H is open to youth age 8 - 18 years old. Clover Kids is available to youth 5- 7 years old. We hope to see you there to kick off a fun year!

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High school has officially kicked off. The Hemphill Hornets scored big against the San Augustine Wolves. The Wolfpack never made it to the end zone. The final score 42-0.

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Parents please see the new traffic patterns for PICK UP at SAES! Throughout the first few weeks of school as we learn our students and parents, the car lines may be congested. The goal is to load 3 areas in order to get our kids home in a safe and timely manner. Thank you in advance for your…

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Due to construction, the HMS student drop off location has changed slightly. This area will continue to be a one way street during drop off and pick up times. Visitor parking will be in the Hornet Gym/Band Hall parking lot. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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Tigers Give Back was a HUGE SUCCESS! I commend our student athletes, band, coaches, parents, and many other individuals who devoted their time to give back to our community.  Tiger Nation is bringing back the POWER OF TRADITION! Stay tuned, these athetes are getting ready to perform for you!

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Tigers Give Back was a HUGE SUCCESS! I commend our student athletes, band, coaches, parents, and many other individuals who devoted their time to give back to our community.  Tiger Nation is bringing back the POWER OF TRADITION! Stay tuned, these athetes are getting ready to perform for you!

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San Augustine High School Football is right around the corner, and the wolfpack has already hit the fields training. Their schedule is attached for both varsity and sub-varsity.

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NEWTON HORSE CAMP 2022- Session 1:  Pictured are the kids, volunteers, Sheriff R. Burby and Juvenile Probation, Jamie Clark. We want to extend our sincere appreciation to all the volunteers and sponsors that made this event possible. All who attended including the staff said they had an outs…

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Wildfires can spread rapidly & with little warning!   Did you know that a majority of wildfires are caused by human activity?   Do your part to prevent wildfires.  #WildfireSafety   Visit: Ready.gov/wildfire

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Congratulations to Dr. Carnelius Gilder, WSISD Superintendent, for being named to the Southern Methodist University Institute for Leadership Impact 2022-2023 District Leadership Fellows program!

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Congratulations Tate Lane on being presented and receiving your $20,000 San Antonio Livestock Exposition Scholarship awarded by the Texas FFA. Way to represent West Sabine FFA.

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Broaddus ISD: School supplies will be provided this year but students will be required to have their own water bottle and backpack. Water bottles are only meant for water (also no yeti bottles).

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Mrs. Ford was appointed to the board on Thursday, June 23. She will fill the position left open with the resignation of Charles Donald Boyette. She graduated from San Augustine High School in 2004 and the University of Texas at Austin in 2009 where she received a BS in Communications. Click …