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Trinity United Methodist presented Children’s Miracle Network with a $10,000 check Wednesday, June 18, at Christus Outpatient Pavillion in Beaumont.

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Louis McNeeley

Kountze Trade Days has been a fixture of the “The Big Light in The Big Thicket” since 2010, offering a wide array of unique vendors and some of the best festival-style food Southeast Texas has to offer.

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The vision for Independence Day celebrations can be traced back to a letter from John Adams to his wife, Abigail, in which Adams speaks of dreams of “pomp and parade, shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations from one end of this continent to the other.” Although Adams originally thought America’s independence would be celebrated July 2, Congress delayed the signing of the Declaration of Independence by two days. What would transpire thereafter would change the world and shape a nation.

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Sailors stationed in and around Southeast Texas donated their time to assist the Southeast Texas Food Bank during their quarterly community service day Friday, June 13.

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There are miles upon miles of great hiking trails within a short run from Beaumont, and they offer cheap entertainment for the entire family, especially the kids that are out of school for the summer. Hiking is not only good exercise, but adventure in the form of being outdoors.

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