Tuesday, March 21, 2017
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By George Garza A well known Vidor leader and pastor lost his home to a fire this weekend. Brother Bruce Lockett of the First Pentecostal Church of Vidor lost his home, his possessions and... + continue reading
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
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By Randall Luker In an ongoing effort to rid the city of eyesores and substandard structures, Vidor City Council will consider declaring four separate buildings public nuisances and... + continue reading
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
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By Sally Andrews If you’re looking for a great way to spend the day and learn something, look no further. Vidor ISD Community Education will host two adult field trips this Spring. You will... + continue reading
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
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A piece of history came home this week when Kit Herrington of Corsicana delivered an original map of Gladys City as envisioned by entrepreneur Pattillo Higgins to Lamar University, home of the... + continue reading
Thursday, March 16, 2017
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By George GarzaThree different structure fires in three locations in the fire district kept Orange County Emergency Service District #1 firefighters running and gunning on Wednesday. One of... + continue reading

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03/21/2017
Vidor’s Capital One Bank is closing June 24. Customers will be notified this week.Amanda Landers, with Capital One Corporate Communications said,“The decision to close this branch and renovate it as an ATM location was difficult and one that our Bank leaders did not take lightly. We recognize the effect that this decision will have on our... + continue reading
03/16/2017
On Monday, Entergy Texas and the Texas Workforce Commission announced a major new job training and school dropout combating initiative that should go a long way toward meeting the future demands for workers in Southeast Texas. In a news release, the utility company said that Southeast Texas’ growing economy requires a skilled workforce to... + continue reading

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03/16/2017
By George GarzaIt’s a bulky plan, about two inches thick with notes and diagrams and it contains the Orange County Water Control and Improvement District #1’s (OCWC&ID#1) proposal to reduce trihalomethanes (THM’s) that seem to multiply in Vidor’s fresh water. And right now that plan is being reviewed by the Texas Commission on... + continue reading
03/16/2017
The campus finals of the Stark Contest in Reading and Declamation were held at Little Cypress- Mauriceville High School on Sunday, February 26, with seniors Connor Alexander and Kaylee Pattillo claiming first places in Declamation and Reading, respectively.To go with the title, first place finishers receive a $2,000 scholarship from the Stark... + continue reading
03/16/2017
Vidor Elementary principal Jeff Leger brought two of his horses to school for the students to see before Spring Break. He explained horse safety and care, as well as talking about the equipment used with a horse. The students are always excited to see the horses. To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://... + continue reading
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Sports

03/14/2017
The Vidor High School Brigadettes performed at a Houston Rockets game recently. They attended a workshop during the day and then performed. Ninety-two family members and friends attended with them.... + continue reading

Columns

03/16/2017
Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.That pretty much sums up the health care reform bill unveiled by the U.S. House of Representatives last Monday that purports to repeal and replace the... + continue reading

Lifestyle

03/21/2017
By Sally Andrews If you’re looking for a great way to spend the day and learn something, look no further. Vidor ISD Community Education will host two adult field trips this Spring. You will... + continue reading