The News

Rachel Clark

On a brisk and blustery Sunday afternoon, winds blow the late autumn leaves through a quiet neighborhood in Beaumont’s West End. Outside a house on the corner of a calm intersection, dulcet tones float gently on the breeze. Inside the cozy home sits Rachel Clark, a 15-year-old Lumberton resident, plucking the strings of a 95-year-old Wurlitzer Semi-grand harp under the watchful gaze of her private instructor, Dr.

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Tom Campbell

Take a drive down Calder toward downtown Beaumont and you might catch a glimpse of him. He’ll be gliding in and out of road reflectors in an empty lane of traffic, arms out as if he were flying, headphones on and wearing a constant smile.

Tom Campbell has rollerbladed the streets of Beaumont for the last 20 years, and the 65-year-old says he’s got at least another 10 years of cruising the streets on his K-2 inline skates.

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Mason

A Port Arthur man was stabbed with a barbecue fork during an altercation at a 6th Street apartment building in Port Arthur on Thanksgiving, Nov. 28.

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World AIDS Days is Dec. 1, 2013, and it represents an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV.

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Castro

A Texas man has pleaded guilty to nine charges of possession of oversized reds, one charge of no saltwater fishing license, and one charge of exceeding the possession limit for red drum, according to Mike Cox with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

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