Thursday, June 22, 2017
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By George Garza Even though the tropical cyclone caused some major grief for our neighbors in Louisiana and Alabama, Tropical Storm Cindy spared Vidor and Orange County as she came ashore... + continue reading
Thursday, June 22, 2017
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By George Garza The 2001, center console, 22-foot search and rescue boat operated by the Orange County Sheriff’s Office on patrol and rescue duty has seen better days. “It has exceeded its... + continue reading
Thursday, June 22, 2017
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Police officers, firefighters, sheriff’s deputies, constables, paramedics and their families recently gathered on a Saturday at the Orange County Emergency Services District #1 Fire Station #1 to... + continue reading
Thursday, June 22, 2017
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Kids in VISD Community Education/Vidor Rotary Club summer reading camp met Azul, a blue and yellow macaw. They also created hens after reading a story about a hen. The students spent week one... + continue reading
Thursday, June 22, 2017
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Students in the Vidor ISD Community Education summer cooking camp were busy with instructor Robin Corley on Monday afternoon, learning to read recipes, use measuring spoons and cups, and practice... + continue reading

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06/22/2017
By George Garza Although Tropical Storm Cindy turned out to be nothing more that a slightly windy thunderstorm for Vidorians, the potential for the cyclone to turn into something more serious prompted some to take special precautions on Wednesday before the storm. Brittany Lewis, store manager of M & D Supply in Vidor said that... + continue reading
06/22/2017
By Capt. Bill WatkinsJust what we need. A tropical storm named Cindy. As if we have not had enough fresh water in Sabine Lake already this year. Oh well, it is what it is and here it comes. It looks like it is coming right up through Sabine Pass. Hopefully the passage of the storm will be swift and not hang up and dump ten inches of... + continue reading

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06/20/2017
By George GarzaThere is evidence that the TXDOT/Vidor Police Department “Click It or Ticket” seatbelt compliance campaign is prompting more drivers and their passengers to buckle up. A Vidor Police Department news release about the law enforcement agency’s increased seat belt enforcement campaign carried out during the Memorial Day holiday... + continue reading
06/20/2017
Arts Afternoon was held on May 18 at the VISD administrative annex. This yearly show features students from the VISD Fine Arts department. On hand were students from Vidor Junior High and Vidor High School, displaying art work and playing instruments, singing, or acting.To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://... + continue reading
06/20/2017
The Vidor Public Library held the Summer Reading Program on Wednesday, June 14. The guests from the Stark Museum of Art were Kaycee Spears and Stacy Russell.To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://etypeservices.com/Vidor%20VidorianID532/ + continue reading
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06/22/2017
By Capt. Bill WatkinsJust what we need. A tropical storm named Cindy. As if we have not had enough fresh water in Sabine Lake already this year. Oh well, it is what it is and here it comes... + continue reading

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06/22/2017
As the Trump administration considers more troops for Afghanistan and greater involvement in the Syrian civil war, Congress can no longer afford to stand idly while its war powers authority is... + continue reading

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06/22/2017
Kids in VISD Community Education/Vidor Rotary Club summer reading camp met Azul, a blue and yellow macaw. They also created hens after reading a story about a hen. The students spent week one... + continue reading
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