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Thu
08
Oct

Fugitive Mexican general given a hero’s welcome

By Bartee Haile
 

On Oct. 7, 1911, Gen. Bernardo Reyes stepped off the train at the San Antonio station to a hero’s welcome as hundreds cheered the arrival of the former presidential candidate turned shadowy conspirator. 

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Thu
08
Oct

‘Everything old is new,’ popular notion, newest trend

By Adair Luker

There always seems to be a lot of catch phrases going around. One of the current ones is “Everything old is new.” I like that. 

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Thu
08
Oct

Louisiana man dies in freeway crash

A young man from Louisiana lost his life in I-10 freeway crash that has investigators puzzled. According to a Texas Department of Public Safety news release, twenty-three year-old Jordan Pinchon from Carencro, Louisiana died in a single car collision with a roadside sign In Orange on Wednesday afternoon.

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Thu
08
Oct

“Stamp” Out Breast Cancer

By George Garza

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and postal service workers of the United States Postal Service Vidor Substation are asking everyone to help “Stamp Out Breast Cancer” by buying the postal service’s Breast Cancer Research Semipostal Stamp on sale now at the Vidor Post Office.

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Tue
06
Oct

OCEDC down but not out

The Orange County Economic Development Corporation has lost the majority of its backing but the organization evidently continues to  function, at least until December. Last week the Orange County Commissioners’ Court voted to direct the Orange County Auditor to continue to authorize continued disbursement of reimbursed payments that the County makes to the EDC’s Director and staff.

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Tue
06
Oct

Parade to be dedicated to Linda Campbell

By George Garza

This week’s 2015 Vidor High School Homecoming Parade will be dedicated to long time parade organizer and coordinator Linda Campbell. Mrs. Campbell has been involved in the Vidor Schools ever since the late 1960’s when she volunteered as a “room mother” at the Pine Forest Elementary School. Around 1974 she was asked to assist in the preparations for the Homecoming Parade and ever since she has been essential to the success of the Parade. 

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Tue
06
Oct

Vidor grad honored for high tech murder mystery solution

A 1978 Vidor High School graduate has been honored by a national organization for his high tech forensic investigation into an Austin, TX murder. The High Technology Crime Investigation Association recognized Robbie Godeaux along with three other Austin Police Department officers when they awarded them with the prestigious “2015 Case of the Year Award” at the Association’s annual conference in Florida in September.

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Thu
01
Oct

Missing LCM girl sparks search throughout county

By George Garza

Although she is still listed as a runaway teen, the deputies of the Orange County Sheriff’s Office are expressing increasing concern about her disappearance with every passing day. According to the Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Clint Hodgkinson, sixteen year-old Katelyn Elizabeth Pass of Orange, TX left the Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School, without permission, at about noon on Wednesday, September 23rd and has not been seen or heard from since.

Thu
01
Oct

Blue Santa reminds parents, “Be nice, not naughty”

Applications for Operation Blue Santa now available

Even though its still about three months before Christmas, Blue Santa is already making his plans for the upcoming season of brotherhood and good cheer. According to reliable police witnesses, the jolly old elf was looking tanned and relaxed when he dropped into the Vidor Police Department recently to drop off Operation Blue Santa “Toys for Tots” assistance application forms.

Thu
01
Oct

You must arrange in advance for pleasant memories

By Adair Luker

Pirate Stadium will be bright this Friday night, October 2, for the first time since we played Bay High on August 28! Baytown Lee will be our opponents and it’s a district game. When I mention “I’ll likely go to the game when it is in Vidor,” I’m often answered by a “do you still go to the games?”

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