Ozen High School grad Lauren Hargraves (left) accepts the Cleveland Nisby Memori

As high schools all over Southeast Texas celebrated the accomplishments of graduating seniors this past week, a new generation of young adults was unleashed into communities both near and far. The Class of 2013 is heralded as the leaders of tomorrow, but preparation for their future success begins today. That’s why the board overseeing the Cleveland Nisby Memorial Scholarship Fund is investing in the continuing education of Beaumont’s brightest stars.

Vonte Shakur Williams

(Beaumont Crime Stoppers press release)

Vonte Shakur Williams, a twenty-year-old Beaumont resident, is wanted for three felony warrants with bonds totaling of over $300,000. Williams is considered armed and dangerous. He drives a light blue 2008 Honda Civic and his known hangouts are in the area of Washington and Avenue A and Lucas and Concord. 

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The Lamar Institute of Technology Office of Workforce Training and Continuing Education will hold an instructor recruiting fair from 4 to 8 p.m. on July 17. The event will be at the Multi-Purpose Center at 802 E. Lavaca in Beaumont. The department is looking for instructors to teach in several areas, including health sciences, pharmacy technology, OSHA, supervision, welding, entrepreneurship, leadership, real estate and public safety as well as others.