Thursday, April 20, 2017
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By George Garza Voters who are deciding how they are going to vote in the May 6th school district and municipal elections should be making up their minds soon. Early voting in the Vidor I.S... + continue reading
Thursday, April 20, 2017
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The game plan was set firmly in my mind. There were a lot of new speckled trout in the lower regions of Sabine Lake. The tide had recovered on Sunday from the low levels caused by the brutal... + continue reading
Thursday, April 20, 2017
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When a young Larry Stewart pointed his car in the direction of Nashville, Tennessee, unlike generations of country music dreamers, he sought a future on the baseball diamond. Little could he know... + continue reading
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
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By George GarzaIts just a nugget of an idea right now, but a majority of the Pine Forest City Council agree with the idea of continuing to look into what it might take to expand the Pine Forest... + continue reading
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
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By George GarzaSome crawfish aficionados will tell you not to eat any boiled crawfish whose tail is not curled under the spicy delicacy, because popular opinion holds that they were dead before... + continue reading

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04/20/2017
By George Garza The 2017 Vidor I.S.D. School District Survey, that some of our readers were asked to participate in February, is now complete and the results are in. Last Monday, Vidor High School Principal Travis Maines presented those results to the district’s Board of Trustees. The annual School District survey is not simply an... + continue reading
04/18/2017
By George GarzaA Vidor I.S.D. Police Department police officer and a student were attacked by three male students as the officer tried to escort the fourth student safely to his car two weeks ago. According to Vidor I.S.D. Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Jay Killgo said all of the students involved in the altercation in front of the Vidor High... + continue reading

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04/18/2017
The Pine Forest Elementary Students of the Month for March, in no particular order, are: Brazlyn Bourque, Raelynn Lejeune, Hunter Castolenia, Tryton Holmes, Kyra Fry, Karson Cudd, Keegan Cloide, Kaitlyn Gwaltney, Kaydi Tanner, Joseph Shirley and Emma Taylor.To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://etypeservices.com/... + continue reading
04/18/2017
The Board of Trustees and Superintendent Dr. Jay Killgo recognized Vidor Junior High’s Carol Woods as April Employee of the Month for Vidor ISD. Woods will retire at the end of the school year. She is the math department head at VJHS, and teaches 7th grade math, having thirty years experience. Woods is seen as a teacher who can explain a math... + continue reading
04/13/2017
The executive director of the American Red Cross of Southeast and Deep East Texas, Chester R. Jourdan, announced on Wednesday that the American Red Cross of the Texas Gulf Coast has a new Chief Executive Officer. David Brady of Houston has been named Chief Executive Officer, American Red Cross of the Texas Gulf Coast.The Texas Gulf Coast Region of... + continue reading
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Sports

04/20/2017
The game plan was set firmly in my mind. There were a lot of new speckled trout in the lower regions of Sabine Lake. The tide had recovered on Sunday from the low levels caused by the brutal... + continue reading

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04/20/2017
By Bartee Haile A Texan for three years and a Ranger for less than one, Jeff Milton survived his baptism of gunfire on Apr. 25, 1881 just as he would many other brushes with death in... + continue reading

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04/20/2017
When a young Larry Stewart pointed his car in the direction of Nashville, Tennessee, unlike generations of country music dreamers, he sought a future on the baseball diamond. Little could he know... + continue reading