Thursday, September 29, 2016
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By Randall Luker Vidor City Council approved a resolution Thursday opposing the proposed funding of state highways by Orange County taxpayers. County commissioners are being asked to consider... + continue reading
Thursday, September 29, 2016
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By George Garza Two weeks ago, the Orange County Commissioners’ Court was told by the Vidor Loop/F.M. 299 project developer that the time had arrived for a final decision about spending perhaps... + continue reading
Thursday, September 29, 2016
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By George Garza Dozens of Orange County Sheriff’s Office deputies and corrections officers crowded into the Orange County Commissioners’ Courtroom on Tuesday because they had heard that the... + continue reading
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By Randall Luker And the fans went wild! Jubilation reigned in the visitor stands as the Vidor Pirates overcame the scrappy Nederland Bulldogs and a plethora of penalties to defeat the Dogs in... + continue reading
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At the September Board meeting of Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD, the Board recognized several students, staff and media members. Five elementary and two secondary students received 100% on one of... + continue reading

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09/29/2016
By George Garza The Board of Commissioners of the Orange County Emergency Services District #1 has adopted its 2016 ad valorem property tax rate at $0.1000 per $100 valuation. This tax rate is identical to the District’s property tax rate adopted last year, and every year for the past decade. “We are capped at $0.1000 per $100 valuation for... + continue reading
09/29/2016
By Randall Luker Vidor varsity volleyball lost to Port Arthur Memorial Tuesday 3-1. Memorial took the first set but Vidor bounced back to tie it 1-1 in the second set. Although the girls made it close, the PAM tam managed to claw their way back to take the nest two sets.      To view more please log in or subscribe to the... + continue reading

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09/27/2016
By George Garza The City of Vidor Police Chief, Dave Shows, and the Superintendent of the Vidor Independent School District, Dr. Jay Killgo, extend a personal invitation to everybody in Vidor to attend a special night out at Pirate Stadium. Tuesday, October 4th is National Night Out in the State of Texas and the Vidor Police Department is... + continue reading
09/27/2016
By Randall Luker And the fans went wild! Jubilation reigned in the visitor stands as the Vidor Pirates overcame the scrappy Nederland Bulldogs and a plethora of penalties to defeat the Dogs in Nederland for the first time since 1981.  Although the team has come close in the past few years, in those games, a single play spelled defeat for... + continue reading
09/27/2016
ORANGE — Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus’ Mamma Mia!, the smash hit musical based on the songs of ABBA, returns to the Lutcher Theater for the Performing Arts, in October 2016 as a part of its final farewell tour. One performance is scheduled for Tuesday, October 4, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. at the Lutcher before the company travels nationwide with the... + continue reading
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09/29/2016
By Randall Luker And the fans went wild! Jubilation reigned in the visitor stands as the Vidor Pirates overcame the scrappy Nederland Bulldogs and a plethora of penalties to defeat the Dogs in... + continue reading

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09/29/2016
By Bartee Haile The life and career of actor Zachary Scott, handsome star of stage and screen, were cut short by cancer on Oct. 3, 1965. Zachary Thomson Scott, Jr. was born in Austin in 1914.... + continue reading

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09/29/2016
Vidor’s city officials, employees and volunteers were hard at work on Trash Off Day Saturday, September 17th. Pictured above are Vidor Mayor Robert Viator and Council Member Angela Jordon unloading a... + continue reading