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The Port Arthur Police Department announced that effective March 21 Sgt. Kris Boneau is no longer on administrative leave and is returning to work at the department. 

"No disciplinary action has been taken against Boneau, and he is being reinstated with the PAPD as a result of PAPD's internal administrative investigation," Port Arthur spokesperson LaRisa Carpenter stated in a news release. 

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One of several Port Arthur Police Department officers placed on administrative leave pending an investigation has been reinstated effective March 20, reports city spokesperson LaRisa Carpenter. 

"Owens has been reassigned as a shift commander within the field operations division," Carpenter stated in an email. 

Prior to being placed on administrative leave, Owens was a major in the criminal investigations division at PAPD. He was demoted to lieutenant in field operations. 

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Spring weather in Texas can be beautiful, with sunny skies and seemingly clear air, but what we don't always see is ozone forming in the atmosphere because of that bright sunshine, The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) said in a release March 20. Take Care of Texas has ways you can decrease the amount of ozone that forms in the atmosphere.

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Marcus Johnson and Julianna Poyotte, representatives from Gexa Energy, visited Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School on March 20 to present a $1,000 scholarship to senior, Makayla Dyer, according to a press release from LCM CISD Community Relations Coordinator Sherry Combs.

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Pinehurst Police Chief Fred Hanauer is warning residents that scammers are targeting the area with the popular "Publisher's Clearing House" con, which has recently been featured in The Examiner and is still circulating after years. 

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