Lifestyle

Thu
26
Apr

Entergy Texas is ready for spring storm season – are you?

THE WOODLANDS – The bluebonnets and dogwoods are blooming, which means spring is finally here! While spring can be warm and wonderful, it can also be wild and wooly. Tornadoes, lightning, high winds, flash flooding, severe thunderstorms and even hail can accompany the change in seasons.

 

Extreme weather can also cause power outages and downed power lines. Entergy Texas prepares year-round for these disruptive events and encourages you to prepare, too.

 

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Tue
24
Apr

Story Time

The Vidor Public Library held the last Story Time for the year 2017/2018 on April 19, 2018.

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Tue
24
Apr

LCM Theater OAP Headed to State

Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School Theatre’s Regional performance last Friday of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest, earned the troupe a trip to the UIL One Act Play State Meet, scheduled for April 23, in Austin. Advancing to State places LCM in the top 8 schools out of 185 in conference 4A.

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Tue
24
Apr

Cowboy Coach Reads to ME Students

Dallas Cowboys Head Coach Jason Garrett kicked off Texas Reads One Book on April 16, by reading the first chapter of The Mouse and the Motorcycle, by Beverly Cleary. Students of Dawn Garrett, Pam Weir and Lori Clark at Mauriceville Elementary were able to join other students across the State through video-feed as Coach Garrett explained to them the importance of reading, and then read to them.

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Thu
19
Apr

VISD Names Coach Michael Trahan Employee of the Month

“If you ask people about Michael Trahan, everyone pretty much says the same thing, ‘He is a GREAT GUY!’ Those are the words of Vidor High School principal’s secretary Mrs. Sheena Kincheloe about Trahan, who has been employed in Vidor ISD for two years.

 

He is a coach and special education teacher at VHS. She says he does an awesome job with the students in his classes, and that his love for Vidor shows in his coaching as well “He wears many hats, having been assigned various roles in special education, inclusion science, math models, athletics, and even substitute teaching wherever needed.” He is always smiling and happy to help any and all VHS students on the road to success. “We are blessed to have him on our campus.”

 

 

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Tue
17
Apr

Honesty and integrity award

“Pine forest Masonic lodge honored Grant Johnson and Kailie Cardona with this years Honesty and integrity award.”

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Tue
17
Apr

Cupcake Winner

The Vidor Elementary April birthday / attendance cupcake winner is Bronson Pruitt.

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Thu
12
Apr

Sign up today for the 32nd Adopt-A-Beach Spring Cleanup set for Saturday, April 21st

AUSTIN - Volunteers are needed for the nation’s biggest all-volunteer coastal cleanup Saturday, April 21. The 2018 Texas General Land Office Adopt-ABeach Coast-wide Spring Cleanup takes place at 27 of Texas’ most popular tourist beaches. Volunteers can sign up at one of the locations online at www.texasadoptabeach.org to take part in a funfilled day at the beach that makes a difference.

 

“The Texas Coast is a go-to destination for vacationers from all over,” said Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush. “Travelers want to play in the sand under the Texas sun. Late last summer Hurricane Harvey ravaged the Texas coast, but the recovery is well underway and this is an opportunity for folks to pitch in and declare that the Texas coast is back in business.

 

 

Thu
12
Apr

FFA Wins Best Appearance Aisle

Congratulations to the Vidor FFA on winning The Best Appearance Aisle Award at the YMBL Fair. FFA Senior Cassidy Bailey holding the award banner with a YMBL Rep resentative.

 

 

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Tue
10
Apr

LCM One Act continues to Regionals

The Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School Bear Stage Players, pictured above, have advanced to the UIL One Act Play Regional Finals for the 4th consecutive year. They will compete at the Regional contest on April 13, for a chance to advance to state competition. Also advancing from the contest were Bridge City and Huffman-Hargrave.

 

Individual honors received were Ashley Knight- Honorable Mention All Star Cast, Rhys Howeth- All-Star Cast, and Rylee LeVasseur- Outstanding Technician. Reed Clark is Theater Director for LCMHS and Kara Lacouture is the Assistant Director. At right, Director Clark Reed with individual standouts, Rhys Howeth, Ashley Knight, Rylee LeVasseur, and Assistant Director Kara Lacouture.

 

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