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With thousands of nonprofits looking for the public’s help to stay afloat, it can be a daunting task to decide where to put donation dollars to good use. The average citizen can rarely be sure their contribution is used as it was intended, but the 100 Club of Southeast Texas spent the month of May showing its supporters exactly where their money is being utilized, highlighting the peace officers and firefighters who are the focal point of the 100 Club.

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Project makes Motiva Port Arthur country’s largest refinery

 

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Our nation’s future lies in the hands of Generation Y -- and thanks to organizations like the ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp, Otilia Urbina isn’t worried.

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The Beaumont Independent School District is in the legal crosshairs of a concerned citizen who has filed a lawsuit against the district for violations of the Texas Open Meetings Act, according to Mike Getz, Beaumont City Councilman and attorney for Donna Forgas, who initiated the suit.

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Mismanaged funds draw the attention of inspector general

 

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White defeats Hamilton; Beaumont candidates lose Congressional bids

 

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When officials overseeing payroll at the Beaumont Independent School District learned Friday, May 25, of overtime discrepancies coming from the maintenance department, punishment was swiftly handed down on the employee suspected of stealing funds.

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John Beard might be gone from the Port Arthur City Council, but that doesn’t mean there was no excitement at the Tuesday, May 29, meeting.

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The 100 Club of Southeast Texas honored slain Beaumont Police Department Officer Bryan Hebert with a bronze Memorial Plaque on Wednesday, May 30, during an unveiling event that took place in the front lobby of the police department. Dozens of revelers packed the small room, representing Hebert’s friends, family and BPD colleagues, as well as the 100 Club.

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