Tuesday, June 19, 2018
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Water pooling on Orange Street in front of Vidor High School Tuesday saw most motorists slowing down and moving to the crown where the water was shallower although some drivers seemed to see how high... + continue reading
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George GarzaThe VidorianThe Orange County Commissioners Court voted last week to notify the Southeast Texas Regional Planning Commission (SETRPC) about the county’s intent to participate in the... + continue reading
Tuesday, June 19, 2018
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George GarzaThe VidorianThe Vidor Police Department has set up memorandums of understanding (MOU’s) with the Rose City Marshal’s office and the Jasper County Sheriff’s Office allowing for... + continue reading
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Damien Leiper, of Vidor, made his first appearance in a martial arts tournament, the “Samurai Showdown,” held June 16th in Beaumont. He put on an excellent show of concentration and intensity and... + continue reading
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Vidor ISD Head Boys Basketball Coach Nate Smith illustrates proper form and the use of the backboard while making a shot during this weeks’ basketball camp being held at the high school gym.To read... + continue reading

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06/19/2018
Randall LukerThe VidorianVidor City Council granted variances for two projects that had been rejected by the Vidor Planning and Zoning Commission that will allow the proposed construction of seven new homes to proceed.Plats for a small five home subdivision off Slaughter Drive and for two homes in the vicinity of North Oakland and Elgie Streets,... + continue reading
06/19/2018
George GarzaThe VidorianThe Rose City City Council is worried about flood-damaged homes in their city that are not being repaired or rebuilt. The council is also worried about a number of temporarily installed manufactured homes that violate the city’s municipal manufactured home code. So the council decided to set a deadline for reinstating the... + continue reading

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06/19/2018
ORANGE (June 19, 2018) – The American Red Cross in coordination with the Orange County Office of Emergency Management has opened a shelter for those who may be impacted by severe weather conditions, including flooding.Shelter location:Orange County Convention and Expo Center11475 FM 1442 Orange, Texas 77630Shelter operating hours: Open now. + continue reading
Wet Week

Water pooling on Orange Street in front of Vidor High School Tuesday saw most motorists slowing down and moving to the crown where the water was shallower although some drivers seemed to see how high and far they could send water flying. With several inches of rain having already fallen and more rain predicted through the rest of the week, additional street flooding is expected.

06/19/2018
At 11:37 a.m. on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, the Orange County Emergency Management Office announced that the following roads in Vidor are flooded and urged citizens not to drive down these roads.VIDOR AREAMichelle AvenueClaiborne StreetMansfield Ferry RoadOrange StreetOrange County Emergency Management continues to monitor flooding in Orange County... + continue reading
06/14/2018
By Randall LukerAlmost $2 million in grant projects involving removal and replacement of undersized culverts along Schoolhouse Ditch is continuing south of Interstate 10, including Orange Street, scheduled to be completed by Fall 2018.From old Hwy 90 north to East Courtland, with the exception the culverts beneath the KCS Railroad, is being... + continue reading
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Sports

06/19/2018
Damien Leiper, of Vidor, made his first appearance in a martial arts tournament, the “Samurai Showdown,” held June 16th in Beaumont. He put on an excellent show of concentration and intensity and... + continue reading

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06/14/2018
AUSTIN — When disaster strikes, your first thoughts will likely be of your family: “Are they OK? How Can I reach them? How can I let them know I’m alright?”Electricity is often disrupted by extreme... + continue reading

Lifestyle

06/19/2018
Mr. Stephen Lee, President of First Financial Bank, is proud to recognize our very special customer, Mrs. Myrtle Peveto, for her 100th birthday on Friday, June 15. To read more please log in or... + continue reading