Mayor Annise D. Parker, John L. Nau III and Ric Campo

HOUSTON –– The Nau Center for Texas Cultural Heritage officially broke ground Wednesday, Nov. 12, during a ceremony including The Honorable Annise D. Parker, Mayor, City of Houston; Richard J. Campo, chairman of the Houston First Corporation Board of Directors; and John L. Nau, III, chairman of the Nau Center Board of Directors.

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Tuesday, Dec. 2, the Lamar baseball and softball teams put up Christmas decorati

Lamar’s student-athletes have taken time away from their busy schedules of competition on the field and in the classroom to focus on Beaumont and the Golden Triangle. That focus has been directed to the community’s less fortunate during the holiday season.

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Lamar President Ken Evans (second from left) with Regina Rogers, Hermann Ortega

Lamar University conferred 1,355 degrees during fall commencement exercises Dec. 13. During the ceremony, Lamar president Kenneth Evans awarded the Doctor of Humane Letters degree to Regina Rogers, Hermann Ortega and Will Crenshaw.

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The inside of the Sober Ride Sleigh is decorated with festive garland, bows and

With New Year’s Eve parties and holiday get-togethers on the minds of many Southeast Texans, the Texas Department of Transportation, along with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, Beaumont Police, the Department of Public Safety, and other local emergency response personnel would like to remind event-goers of the dangers of dri

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Ramon Mouton unloads a pallet of food donated by H-E-B to the Southeast Texas Fo

H-E-B’s corporate office shared generous holiday bounty with 16 food banks around Texas, including the Southeast Texas Food Bank, in time for the holiday season.

This gift consisted of a truckload containing more than 2,000 cases of H-E-B corn flakes and macaroni and cheese delivered Wednesday, Dec. 10, as a holiday gift from the company to be distributed to those in need.

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