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Food! So much food! Leftovers from Thanksgiving can be quite overwhelming, especially when you are lying on the couch recuperating from the food coma brought on by the turkey, ham, and all the other fixings. But what’s going to happen when you are no longer stuffed from stuffing? Leftovers can be a nightmare, and turn into a boring routine for the next several days. But they don’t have to be. Fun, delicious, and some downright creative possibilities for that green bean casserole are just a click away.

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Local 399 donates 100 coats for the children of CPS in Southeast Texas.

At the beginning of the coldest time of the year, firefighters from Beaumont Professional Fire Fighters, IAFF Local 399 donated 100 coats to children Monday, Nov. 17. Children in the custody of Child Protective Services around Southeast Texas are now able to keep warm and look stylish in the cozy coats from Operation Warm. The coats are made in the USA and the organization is sponsored by the national organization of firefighters.

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Even though the Christmas season feels like it has been in full swing since Nov. 1, the official festive fulfillment is not complete until one hears the official soundtrack to Christmas – those favorite holiday songs and beloved carols that bring about the spirit of the season.

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 The Thanksgiving Weekend is one of the most highly traveled times on our public roadways in the State of Texas with increased traffic as families take to the roads to celebrate the holidays. This time period is also marked with increased traffic collisions. The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is committed to making the roadways safe during this Holiday Season.

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Theodore Paul Victor Jr.

A former Port Arthur Independent School District board member was sentenced to prison Monday, Nov. 24, convicted of income tax violations, according to U.S. Attorney’s Office public information officer Davilyn Walston.

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