Tue
01
Dec

Blue Santa Toy cache is low, almost empty

By George Garza

Operation Blue Santa volunteers at the Vidor Police Department are sweating bullets today as they look at their stock of donated toys and Christmas gifts for Vidor’s children in need. 

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Tue
01
Dec

Career Tech Students of the Month

Congratulations to Kira Devillier and Hunter Block for being the Vidor High School Career and Technology Education Students of the Month. Kira is a very conscientious and hard working student in her CTE Interior Design and Nutrition classes. Diligent and hardworking describes Hunter in his CTE computer and accounting classes. Pictured at left is Ms. M. Dotson Nutrition Teacher, Kira Devillier and Mrs. P. Singleton CTE Director; at right is Mrs. P. Singleton, Hunter Block, Accounting Teacher Mrs. M. Story. 

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Tue
01
Dec

Local Interacts, Rotaracts host mixer, do service project

By Sally Andrews

Local high schools who have Interact chapters came out in force, joined by Vidor Community Rotaract, Beaumont Community Rotaract, and Lamar University Rotaract, as well as a host of local Rotarians, to mix, mingle, and do some service. The group met on November 19 in the library at Westbrook High School where they ate pizza provided by Rotary District 5910. 

 

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Tue
01
Dec

The Carranza puppets

The Carranza puppets, through a grant from Target and under the auspices of Texas Commission on the Arts, performed at all three Vidor elementary schools this past week. The classic story of Hansel and Gretel was one of those they told through marionettes. 

 

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Tue
29
Sep

Orange County adopts balanced budget

By George Garza
 
Tue
29
Sep

New A.I.M. Center ready for move-in

By George Garza
 
Tue
29
Sep

Rose City property tax chopped by two cents

By George Garza
 
The Rose City City Council has set the 2015 city property tax levy at $0.38612 per $100 valuation. This new property tax rate is $0.02203 per $100 valuation less than the 2014 City of Rose City tax rate of 0.40815 per #100 valuation.
 
Tue
29
Sep

Late turnover ends Pirate comeback effort vs Nederland

By Dan Luker
 
Vidor’s Pirates rolled up 438 rushing yards and added 44 yards through the air to outgain the Nederland Bulldogs, but still fell to their Mid-County nemisis 36-30 in Nederland.
 
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.
 

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