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The Jefferson County District Attorney has been asked to investigate State Board of Education member David Bradley after two fundraisers for his reelection campaign featured a prominent political leader who also publishes instructional materials used in Texas public schools.

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Put on your sunglasses, pack that checkbook, find a notepad and head on over to Tyrrell Park on Saturday, April 14, for a great day for gardeners. The fun starts at 8 a.m. and lasts until noon. The Thyme for Herbs Society is planning its popular event, Herb Fest, in conjunction with the Beaumont Botanical Gardens at Tyrrell Park. Admission to the Warren Loose Conservatory is also free during this time.

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After writing my original article about the state I call home and dearly love, I received a good many comments from those who love her in like manner. Some shared clippings, other writings, lists of things, and their own words about the great state of Texas. I enjoyed reading every one of them and share a kindred spirit with so many who wrote. I’ve also had the opportunity of meeting some real “Texas characters,” and believe me, when I say we have our share of those, too.

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With the 2012 Major League Baseball season starting in earnest this week, it seemed only natural to use a baseball term when describing the downtown revitalization of Port Arthur.

It’s been in a slump of legendary proportions.

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The United Postal Service was created by the Continental Congress in 1775 under the leadership and espousal of Benjamin Franklin. It has existed ever since, furnishing a variety of convenient services to the people of America for well over 200 years.

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