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Members of the Texas Society of Paranormal Investigators are after one thing: answers.

When the group hosted the inaugural Texas Ghost Show last year, a crowd of more than 500 people came out to see what all the fuss was about — indicating that perhaps others have a few questions, as well.

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In five years, the Lamar State Seahawks in Port Arthur have gone from JUCO startup to conference champions.

Heading into the Region 14 Conference Tournament as the seven seed, the Seahawks completed the greatest run in school history with Monday’s 72-67 win over previously ranked #2 San Jacinto for the school’s first conference crown.

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The Beaumont Fire Department responded to a report of a bus hitting the Beaumont Independent School District's Transportation Office that took place just before 9:30 a.m. Monday, March 7. When units arrived they found one of the district's buses had crashed into the rear of the portable building.

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Habitat for Humanity of Jefferson County was the recipient of international help last week when a number of students traveled to Southeast Texas to assist with the construction of a new home.

Eighteen students from University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada, made the 1,500-mile trek to Southeast Texas to help out with the framing of a new Habitat home.

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A blue-ribbon delegation from Jefferson and Orange counties descended on the state capitol in Austin more than 350 strong this week for Golden Triangle Days. Months of planning by area Chambers of Commerce from Greater Beaumont, Greater Port Arthur, Orange, Vidor, Bridge City, Nederland, Port Neches and Groves paid off as it was impossible to ignore such a large, well-organized group determined to make the best possible case for the Golden Triangle area to legislators and state officials.

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