The VISD Nurses, named Employees of the Month for January, are not only dealing with the usual duties, but also tracking and assessing COVID cases. For their photo, they all wore shirts saying, "Not today Rona #NurseLife." VMS Nurse Sharla Cormier models her shirt.
Speaker Phelan today released the following statement on the expected cancelation of the Keystone XL pipeline project by the Biden Administration: “Canceling Keystone XL is an unmistakable message that Washington does not value the Texas energy economy and Southeast Texas livelihoods. Risk takers…
Vidor City Council Ward 2 councilmember Angela Jordan has resigned her council seat following a move to Orange. In a letter dated January 11, Jordan cited the relocation for her resignation as per Vidor City Charter requirements that councilmembers live in the city and more specifically in the Ward…
At approximately 7:45p.m. Monday the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Troopers responded to an auto-pedestrian crash on Interstate 10 in Orange County. The crash occurred in the eastbound traffic lanes of the Interstate, just west of the Texas-Louisiana state line. Preliminary reports…
Filing got underway this week for local school board and municipal election to be held in May. As of Tuesday, incumbent Vidor ISD board members Carrie Vincent and Natalie Long have filed for re-election to their respective seats. Long holds the Position 1 seat while Vincent holds Position 2.…
For the second month in a row, Vidor joined Rose City and Pinehurst in recording a drop in monthly sales tax allocations. For most municipalities in Texas, sales tax collected by local retail stores, sent to the state and then returned to the entity that collected them, are a major portion of their…
The six Vidor ISD campus nurses were named January Employees of the Month for Vidor ISD. Nominated by both Dr. Travis Maines and Abby Iles, the nurses are Teaka Snell (Vidor High School), Regina Peddy (Vidor Junior High), Sharla Cormier (Vidor Middle School), Jennifer Stanley (Oak Forest Elementary…
(left) Jay Wilson of the Beaumont Rotary Club was on hand at Vidor Rotary's Monday meeting. Jay spoke about visiting Nicaragua with the water well drilling project. (right) Rotarians Jacob McWherter, Gayle Nagai, Angela Bryant, John Nickum, and Derrick Barber packed lunch bags to be delivered on…
The LCM cheerleaders competed at the UIL State Spirit Competition in Fort Worth on Friday, January 15th. The squad competed in the preliminary round and advanced to the top 20 state finalist and competed in the final round Friday afternoon. The LCM cheerleaders placed 8th in the state in the 4-A…
For the first time, the 24th annual Great Texas Birding Classic (GTBC) took place in fall instead of spring last year after having been postponed due to the public health crisis. The postponement allowed event organizers to further plan and implement health and safety measures. Despite postponement…
A trivial incident onboard a Central Texas passenger train on Jan. 20, 1894 set in motion a series of violent events that led to a three-week manhunt and five fresh graves in the cemetery. The dominoes began to fall when a conductor booted DeWitt “Dee” Braddock off a train in Colorado County for…
Speaker Phelan today released the following statement on the expected cancelation of the Keystone XL pipeline project by the Biden Administration: “…
Vidor City Council Ward 2 councilmember Angela Jordan has resigned her council seat following a move to Orange. In a letter dated January 11, Jordan…
For the second month in a row, Vidor joined Rose City and Pinehurst in recording a drop in monthly sales tax allocations. For most municipalities in…
The VISD Nurses, named Employees of the Month for January, are not only dealing with the usual duties, but also tracking and assessing COVID cases. For their photo, they all wore shirts saying, "Not today Rona #NurseLife." VMS Nurse Sharla Cormier models her shirt.
For the first time, the 24th annual Great Texas Birding Classic (GTBC) took place in fall instead of spring last year after having been postponed due to the…
Filing got underway this week for local school board and municipal election to be held in May. As of Tuesday, incumbent Vidor ISD board members Carrie Vincent…
At approximately 7:45p.m. Monday the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Troopers responded to an auto-pedestrian crash on Interstate 10 in Orange County.…
Visitors from across Texas laced up their shoes and packed on plenty of layers to usher in 2021 with a First Day Hike at a Texas State Park. In total, 2,668…
The Vidor Lady Pirate basketball teams played the LCM Lady Bears Tuesday with both sub-varsity teams taking a win over their cross-county rivals. The Freshman…
Fowl Play A Knox County game warden received a call about someone hunting without landowner consent, so they partnered with a Haskell County game warden and…
(left) Jay Wilson of the Beaumont Rotary Club was on hand at Vidor Rotary's Monday meeting. Jay spoke about visiting Nicaragua with the water well drilling…
The six Vidor ISD campus nurses were named January Employees of the Month for Vidor ISD. Nominated by both Dr. Travis Maines and Abby Iles, the nurses are…
Little Cypress Elementary students of Camille Franklin, Anna Mott and Kathleen Thibodeaux got a chance to ask questions of Orange Mayor Larry Spears on Friday…