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Patricia Adams Lambert and her husband enter the federal courthouse in Beaumont.

From “absolutely not guilty” to a complete about-face less than a year later, former Beaumont Independent School District assistant superintendent Patricia Adams Collins Lambert finally fessed up to lying, cheating and stealing as outlined in this newspaper for years when she stood before a federal judg

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On December 26, 2015, around 2:21 a.m., Beaumont police officers responded to the Ok Rodeo Disco Club, located at 6035 S. Martin Luther King, in reference to a disturbance with shots fired.

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At approximately 6 p.m., Thursday, December 24, the Texas Department of Public Safety received

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At approximately 1:25 p.m., Thursday, December 24, the Texas Department of Public Safety received a

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Shaunte Guillory and her attorney Larry Watts

After a week of testimony and a few days to ponder the evidence presented during a hearing for temporary injunction, Jefferson County Judge Gary Sanderson has ruled that an educator who claims she was marked for termination once she talked to federal investigators about cheating in the Beaumont Independent School District should receive her day in court. That day, according to the judicial ruling, will be Feb. 16, 2016.

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