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Total population of residents2,142
White resident population recorded1,566
Black or African American resident population recorded418
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded22
Asian resident population recorded14
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded2
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded165
Resident population of some other race recorded85
Resident population of two or more races recorded35
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2014 4H & FFA Jasper Jr. Livestock Show and Auction
This past Friday and Saturday, the 4-H and FFA students showed off their hard work and their animals at the Jasper Jr. Livestock Show and Auction in Jasper County. Seven students took home the title of Grand Champion in their respective category: Ethan Cole-Steer-Kirbyville FFA; Yasmin Gomez-Heifer-Wildcat 4-H; Britney Scott-Swine-Jasper Co. 4-H; Taylor Bryant-Lamb-Jasper Co. 4-H; Jennifer Motcheck-Rabbit-Kirbyville FFA; Sophie Watson-Broiler-Wildcat 4-H; and Dalton Holley-Goat-Jasper Co. 4-H.For over 100 years, 4-H (Head, Heart, Hands, and Health) has been helping 'young people and their families gain the skills they need to be proactive forces in their communities' and develop ideas for a more innovative economy.
Happening April 01 2014 - Source:

Colorful Life 5K and kids run
Children from age 1 up to senior adults put on their costumes or running clothes and showed up at Sandy Creek Park at 9 a.m. on Saturday morning to be splattered with multiple colors throughout the 3.1 mile course. Winners were announced as soon as everyone made it back across the finish line. State Farm, Brent Meaux, First Bank and Trust, Advanced Financial Services, Elijah's Café, 1st National Bank of Jasper, Community Bank, Complete Health Care, Rayburn Reality, harvest church, Laura Golden & T. Alan Hart, and Sonic in Jasper and Kirbyville.
Happening March 20 2014 - Source:

Newton, Kirbyville, Woodville BB round up, Weekending February 15
The Newton Eagles (13-3) dropped a double overtime game against the Alto Yellowjackets (22-5) last week. Alto features a high-octane, up-tempo offense led by scoring machine guard Zacris Sturns. The Eagles played tough defense throughout the game and never let Alto pull away in regulation, but Sturns hit circus shots all night and dropped in 49 points to allow the 'Jackets to pull out an 82-79 win. The Kirbyville Wildcats (10-12) played well for four quarters, but came up short against Hardin, losing by a final count of 58-55 over the weekend.
Happening February 18 2014 - Source:

Newton, Buna, Kirbyville, Woodville BB round up
Against Hemphill, Newton had put the game away by the end of the first quarter, as the physically superior Eagles used a suffocating defense to create turnovers and easy baskets en route to a 96-22 victory. Once again the Eagles' defense made it a nightmare for their opponent to score and the game was in hand by halftime. The Cougars played well in spurts but were not able to sustain enough of a late effort to gain a victory. Kreston Richardson continued his superb play and scored 17 points, while Tyler Edwards contributed 16 for Buna. The Kirbyville Wildcats split a pair of games last week, but did manage to take care of Woodville in a close game, pulling out a 55-52 win.
Happening February 10 2014 - Source:

Kirbyville woman charged in connection with wreck killing three.
A 40-year-old Kirbyville woman has been charged with three counts of manslaughter in connection with a wreck that killed a pregnant Lumberton woman and her teenage sister.Lumberton Police Chief Danny Sullins said officers arrested Crystal Lummus Boyett Wednesday from her parents' house. Boyett is accused of driving more than 120 miles per hour Monday night before crashing into another vehicle, killing a 15-year-old and her pregnant sister. Sullins said that about 7:55 p.m., Texas Department of Public Safety officers called asking for help locating a red Camaro traveling southbound from Jasper County.
Happening February 06 2014 - Source:

School trying to cope with loss of student, her pregnant sister and injured district employee
School trying to cope with loss of student, her pregnant sister and injured district employee A community shattered by the impact of a high-speed collision grieved the loss of a Lumberton high school freshman and her pregnant sister Wednesday while the woman behind the wheel of a fatally fast red Camaro was in the Hardin County jail on $1.5 million bond. Crystal Lummus Boyett, 40, of Kirbyville, was arrested at her parents' house and charged with three counts of manslaughter in connection with the wreck that killed Connie Burns, 20; her unborn child; and Burns' sister, 15-year-old Courtney Sterling. While counselors talked to students and teachers lent a hand, administrators pushed forward without their payroll clerk - the sisters' mother - who was critically injured in the crash and remains in ICU. [...] the Texas Department of Public Safety notified Lumberton police that a red Camaro was southbound at a high rate of speed from Jasper County. Lumberton police officers were working a minor crash on U.S. 96 when the Camaro passed doing 121 mph, said Lumberton police chief Danny Sullins.
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