Personnel Specialist 3rd Class Joanna Banda, a Port Arthur native and administra

MILLINGTON, Tenn. — Personnel Specialist 3rd Class Joanna Banda, a Port Arthur native and administrative assistant at Navy Recruiting Command (NRC), joined a group of fellow Sailors to participate in a community relations project at two Tennessee elementary schools March 25 as part of the command’s Adopt-A-School Program.

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The good news is that the number of domestic fish stocks listed as overfished or subject to overfishing has dropped to a low not seen since 1997, according to the National Marine Fisheries Service. 

A recent NMFS report highlights the United States’ continued progress towards sustainably managing fish stocks.

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Pulled Pork

When driving up to this rustic-looking butcher shop, you feel like you are in a different time, back when quality was as important as quantity, and the freshness of products was a priority.

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Candidates vying for Beaumont City Council and mayor argued political positions and answered questions from the media at a Press Club of Southeast Texas meeting April 16 at Café del Rio in Beaumont.

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Brandon Belaire, a junior from Groves; Remington Whitt, a senior from Livingston

A dozen Lamar University civil engineering students are working hard to ready Big Beau, their canoe, for the 2015 Tex-Mex Regional Competition. This year, preparations for the annual competition extend beyond the research and construction to include serving as hosts for the April 23-25 competition, the first at LU since 2004.

Lamar’s student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers will host the competition for the Texas-Mexico Region.

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