Thursday, September 21, 2017
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Rose City Seniors need muck-out helpBy George GarzaResidents of the City of Rose City has been devastated by Hurricane Harvey’s flood of 2017. After more than fifteen feet of Neches River flood... + continue reading
Thursday, September 21, 2017
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Special to the VidorianThe Orange County Sheriff’s Office announced on Tuesday that they have arrested thirty-nine year-old Christopher Cartlidge of Beaumont for felony possession of methamphetamine... + continue reading
Thursday, September 21, 2017
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By Randall LukerVidor will open the 2017 football season at home Tuesday with a district game against Central thanks to the regular schedule upheaval created by Hurricane Harvey’s torrential... + continue reading
Thursday, September 21, 2017
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A number of banners welcoming the visiting students from the flooded Oak Forest Elementary School were highly visible in the hallways and classrooms of the Pine Forest Elementary School on the first... + continue reading
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Students and parents from both Oak Forest Elementary School and Pine Forest Elementary school file into the Pine Forest School’s front door before classes begin on the first day of school for Vidor I... + continue reading

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09/21/2017
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar offered some good news to Orange Countians cleaning up and drying out after Hurricane Harvey. Retail sales were up in all seven Orange County municipalities and its unincorporated areas. Those same municipalities divvied up $1.182 in sales tax collected locally in July and returned to the municipality where it was... + continue reading
09/21/2017
By Randall LukerHurricane Harvey’s aftermath is very visible in Vidor as the flood ravaged remnants of people’s lives and homes line most streets, but signs of recovery are everywhere from normally quiet neighborhoods to bustling downtown streets as residents return and begin the long process of recovery.Vidor City Manager Mike Kunst likened... + continue reading

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09/20/2017
By George GarzaIt may not be the most pressing question for residents struggling to recover from the ravages of Hurricane Harvey. But all of those debris piles in front of most of our readers’ homes are becoming an annoyance and a sad reminder of people’s loss.When will someone come and pickup our debris? That question has no easy answer, but... + continue reading
09/20/2017
By George GarzaThe first day of school at five Vidor I.S.D. schools started with crowded hallways and a few lost kids, but otherwise with only a few minor glitches as students from two flooded campuses squeezed into four other schools. At Pine Forest Elementary, teachers and staff were ready for upwards of 200 additional students filling labs... + continue reading
09/20/2017
By Randall LukerAfter an almost two week layoff, the Vidor Pirates as well as the Hardin Jefferson Hawks looked a little rusty after the Harvey-induced interruption of the 2017 football season that saw the cancellation of the first two regular season games although the Pirates did manage two pre-season scrimmages before the flood. Managing to... + continue reading
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Sports

09/21/2017
By Capt. Bill WatkinsWhen we left the Holiday Inn Express in Brady Texas it was still dark but there was a faint orange hue in the east letting us know that daybreak was soon coming. My son William... + continue reading

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09/21/2017
By Senator Robert NicholsHurricane Harvey brought unfathomable destruction to coastal and southeast Texas. I want to use this column to describe how you or your loved ones can get help or volunteer.... + continue reading

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09/21/2017
A number of banners welcoming the visiting students from the flooded Oak Forest Elementary School were highly visible in the hallways and classrooms of the Pine Forest Elementary School on the first... + continue reading