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Tue
30
May

Graduate Awards

Salutatorian Cierra Singleton received her plaque from Mr. Travis Maines

 

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Tue
30
May

National Checkers Tournament this weekend

The ACF District 8 & Texas State Championship Checkers Tournament will be held in Vidor, TX on June 2-3, 2017 at the Lakewood Community Center. This is recognized by the American Checker Federation as one of the major National Tournaments in America.

 

The top placing player of the tournament that resides in District 8 will be the District 8 Champion which is a five state area of Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Kansas. The Texas resident that places highest in the tournament will be recognized as the Texas State Checkers Champion.

 

 

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Tue
30
May

Library Amnesty

Vidor Public Library patrons will have an entire month to check under the bed, behind the television, DVD or CD player or any other place long forgotten or misplaced overdue items checked out from the library and return them without penalty during the library’s June amnesty. According to librarian Colette Turner,

“ Library patrons who have overdue materials, library books, DVD’s, and CD’s, no matter how long they have been checked out, may return them with all fees and fines waved for each item.” Turner said the no fee-no fine amnesty period is only good during the month of June and that the items must still be in good condition.

 

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Thu
25
May

Brig Awards

VHS Brigadettes of the Year Cierra Singleton and Melanie Murdock and pictured with Brig director Ginger Faul. The awards were given at the annual Brigadette banquet.

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Thu
25
May

Library Amnesty

The Vidor Public Library is introducing the “Amnesty” Program during the month of June 2017. Library patrons who have overdue materials, library books, DVD’s, and CD’s (no matter how long they have been checked out) may return them with all fees and fines waved for each item.

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Tue
23
May

Ribbon Cutting

The Vidor Chamber of Commerce welcomes Chelsea’s Hope Resale Shop. It is located at 120 Orange St. Proceeds provide help and hope to the sexually abused children in Southeast Texas and help raise awareness.

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Tue
23
May

Child Nutrition Celebration

VISD Child Nutrition honored their leader, Gracie Clark, as she heads for retirement. Clark has 40 years in Vidor ISD. She subbed for three years before being hired on August 15, 1977.

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Thu
18
May

Rotary Thanks Board

Vidor High School Interact President Alexus Franks joined Vidor Rotary Club President Tim Andrews in thanking the VISD Board of Trustees for providing a small bus for Vidor Rotary Club’s Read and Feed program.

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Thu
18
May

Box Car Movie Day

Kindergarten students at Vidor Elementary celebrated the end of testing with a Box Car Movie day! They each decorated their own Box Car to watch a movie in! Pictured are: Laken Marley, Lewis Tuttle, Jacob Smith, Braxton Fultz, Amelia Prisock, Jevin Barrow, Evan Fox, Kye Kordie, Larissa Jackson, and Bryston Clayton.

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Tue
16
May

LCM Bear Facts Distinguished for third year

By Lindsey Fruge

The staff of the Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School online newspaper, The LCM Bear Facts, has been awarded the honor of being a Student Newspapers Online (SNO) Distinguished Site for 2017.

The staff met all six standards given by the SNO Distinguished Sites Recognition Program and earned badges in the following categories:

•Excellence in Writing

•Continuous Coverage

•Site Excellence

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