Lifestyle

Tue
13
Oct

New AIM Center

The first day of school in the new AIM Center High School building was  October 5, 2015.
 
Thu
08
Oct

Oak Forest Representatives

Oak Forest Fourth Grade Classroom Representatives pictured in the left photo are, back row: Jackson Pachar, Gaige Frazier, Braden Maida; front row: Emily Baty, Addison Pierce, and Madison White. Oak Forest Fourth Grade Classroom Representatives pictured in the right photo are, back row: Colton Morris, Sean Guidry, Thomas Williams, Xavier Ingham; front row: Summer Craft, Catherine Stegall, Brooklynne Boyles, and Chaidyn Vice.

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Thu
08
Oct

Homecoming Fire Boards

The Career Tech Building Trades classes constructed 2 large fire boards that will be wired with fireworks and lit at half time during the VHS Homecoming October 9. Pictured in the top photo are Nicklous Hamilton, Austin Walles, Landon Hyde, Lorenzo Holden, and Eriberto Sifuentes. Pictured in the bottom photo are Cody Loftin, Sean Bortner, Shawn Tolbert and Lane Dodson.

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Tue
06
Oct

Story Time

Itty Bitty Story Time was held at the Vidor Public Library on Thursday, October 1, 2015. Children’s Program Coordinator Megan Ridlespurge read “The Book With No Pictures “by B.J. Novak. The children made hats for the craft.

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Tue
06
Oct

VHS hosts College Day for area seniors

By Sally Andrews

On Friday, September 18, Vidor High School was the host school for a huge college day for students in the area who are gearing up for their high school graduations and preparing to head off to college or a spot in the military.

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Thu
01
Oct

VISD names Jana Cash Employee of the Month

By Sally Andrews

Jana Cash was nominated by all seven campus principals as Employee of the Month for September. In emails from each campus, she is touted as patient and helpful, solving some amazing technology upgrade issues over the summer and training teachers to be the best in their fields using technology. Pine Forest principal Bunny Adams says, “I received an email a couple of weeks ago from Mrs. Cash that was timestamped 2:10 AM stating that our student rosters had been imported into IStation. This was important because teachers were receiving training that very day on the program, and they were able to set up classes and make real progress.”

Thu
01
Oct

Knosts Honored

Vidor Rotary Club recognized Jo and Greg Knost as Pillars of the Community for their many volunteer efforts in Vidor. The Knosts have spent a great amount of time, effort, and resources in the formation of Conn Park, where the Vidor Barbecue Festival is located. They hope to see eight tournament ball fields go in there. They have also been active in the Vidor Chamber of Commerce and other areas. Their family was on hand at the Rotary meeting to congratulate them. They are pictured with Vidor Rotary Club president Karen Tipton.

Tue
29
Sep

Scout honored by Firestone

Tue
29
Sep

Balloon Release

This was the scene Saturday at the balloon release to publicize the Freedom Rally October 3rd at Conn Park. Members of local congregations released over 100 notices of the rally that will feature Congressman Brian Babin, Dr. Richard Land, and Pastor Mark Humble. The public is invited to bring lawn chairs to the pavillion at 5 pm for the rally.
 
Thu
24
Sep

TOPS at Health Fair

TOPS participated in a health fair Sept 12th at Jones Clark Elementary. Those that participated are Stephanie and June. The theme was “Take UR love one to the Dr. Day.” TOPS is a non-profit organization open to men and women. Meetings are held Monday night at seven with weigh in at 5:30 at the United Methodist Church. For more information contact Stephanie at 550-8598.

 

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