Lifestyle

Tue
30
Oct

Halloween safety tips given

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This year All Hallows Eve or Halloween falls on a Wednesday, a school night and a church night for many. While a number of congregations are sponsoring “Trunk or Treat” celebrations in their church parking lots, many parents of Vidor children prefer to accompany their children to the front doors of relatives, friends and neighbors, mostly in their own neighborhoods.

According to Vidor Police Officer Charles Budd, that means there will be a number of small children and their adult parents and guardians walking the streets of Vidor on Wednesday night looking for treats and, hopefully, not looking to cause tricks. Officer Budd said that although this is a special night for children, it is up to all of the rest of us to be aware of the dangers that children and their parents face on Halloween night.

 

Tue
30
Oct

Halloween Safety

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Officers Milli Malmberg and Doug Beaumont taught Oak Forest students all about Halloween safety.

 

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Thu
25
Oct

VJH Brigs of the Week

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Tuesday, October 2nd, 4 VJH Brigs were named Brig of the Week. 8th graders were Emberleigh Steele and Emilie Skipper. 7th graders were Loren Josey and Mallory Guilott. These young ladies not only shine on the field, but utilize practices to improve their technique and set high expectations for themselves and their teammates.

 

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Thu
25
Oct

Dogtober Fest Winner

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Bryson Creswell, a second grader at Pine Forest, won first place in the second grade division at Dogtoberfest art contest on Saturday in Beaumont. Bryson created a picture of his dog, Pepper, for the win. He made his entire picture using buttons. Bryson is in Ms. Jackie Safar’s room at Pine Forest.

 

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Tue
23
Oct

PF Comeback Cooler

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Pine Forest Child Nutrition team jumped on the bandwagon, joining other Child Nutrition teams in Vidor ISD, as they packed a Comeback Cooler for those affected by Hurricane Florence.

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Tue
23
Oct

Pet of the Week

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This is Chance. He is a Collie Mix about 2 years old. To adopt Chance, contact Vidor Animal Control at 769-8718 or come by the shelter on Watts Street between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Adopter has to pay a $30.00 adoption fee, $15.00 for a prepaid rabies shot, and sign a contract to have the animal neutered.

 

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Tue
23
Oct

15th annual Halloween Havoc to be held at Golden Triangle Raceway

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By Joy Graham

Just when we were feeling a little down that the Golden Triangle 2018 racing season had drawn to a close, the track has been leased for this weekend by Theresa and Randy Waller for a spectacular two day event. For fifteen years the last race of the season for the Waller crew was the renowned Halloween Havoc which was held at Gator Motorplex. That track is no longer in exsistence. However, through popular demand, by drivers, sponsors and fans, the tradition will continue. Golden Triangle fans feel that they are lucky to have the most impressive line-up of racers coming to our local oval to perform. Classes furnishing the unending thrills and spills at the Havoc are: Southern United Sprints, Outlaw Street Stock, IMCA Modifieds, Limited Modifieds, Power 600 Mini Sprints and Factory Stock

 

Thu
18
Oct

LC Junior High places 15 in All Region

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Little Cypress Junior High recently hosted The Texas Music Educators Association’s annual All Region Choir auditions. LCJH had 29 students compete for a spot in one of the 3 choirs. Director Stephanie Teague says that she is very proud to announce that even after having to work all morning to make the contest run smoothly, more than half of those students earned one of the coveted spots. LCJH has 15 singers that will be performing in the TMEA All Region and Honor Choir Concert next month.

 

Christina Baker, Natalie Sulak, Brooklyn Elliot, Valencia Allen, Francesca Thomas - see, Chloe Prettyman, Anna Higginbotham and Chloe Jacob will be part of the Honor Choir.

 

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Tue
16
Oct

Happy surprise!

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This years winners of the annual Pirate Pride Contest, held Homecoming morning each year, were 1st Place, James Brown Gumbo House; 2nd Place, Superior Tire and 3rd Place, BBQ Depot. Chambers Choice winner was On Your Way Service Station, Judges’ #1 Choice was BBQ Depot, and Judges’ #2 Choice was Subway North. The participants this year included RE/MAX Pro, BBQ Depot, Superior Tire, Subway North, Subway South, On Your Way Service Station, James Brown Gumbo House, Pirate Cuts, Whataburger, Polish and Strands, Cindy’s Bridal, and Sonic.

 

 

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Thu
11
Oct

VISD seeking Pirate Pals to mentor young readers

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By Sally Andrews

Looking for a great way to help a child or become active in your community? Vidor ISD may just have the answer through their Pirate Pal program. The program, which will enter year two this Fall, pairs adult or teen mentors with third graders who could use some encouragement with reading. The commitment is for thirty minutes a week, same time each week, on the child’s campus during the school day.

 

 

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