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More than a dozen dogs were confiscated due to suspicion of animal cruelty by the Beaumont Police Department on Wednesday, June 29, and brought to the city’s animal shelter for what shelter employees believe will be in excess of two weeks. According to a call for assistance posted to Beaumont Animal Services’ Facebook page, the influx of dogs taken from the Beaumont home Wednesday afternoon has created a dire need for foster families to help care for the displaced pets.

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Mural at Atria Collier Park honoring veterans

When Engage Life Director Cheri Courts came to work for Atria Collier Park three years ago and saw the wall honoring veterans, she immediately wanted to paint a mural for these men and women that put their lives on the line to make sure we could keep our freedom. 

Atria Collier Park is an assisted living community in Beaumont.

“To me this was how we as a community could honor and say ‘thank you’ to all of our veterans,” said Courts, who has an extensive background in art.

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Some of Beaumont’s West End city water customers will be experiencing a mini-drought as this week ends when crews temporarily shut off water supply to residences and businesses to repair a faulty valve.

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A ricocheting popper burned parts of Nolan Haney’s eye and eyelid when he was 4.

Fireworks sales started blazing across the country starting Memorial Day weekend, running through the Fourth of July. As retailers begin their promotions, the American Academy of Ophthalmology is shining a light on this explosive fact: the number of eye injuries caused by fireworks has more than doubled in recent years.

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The Beaumont Police Department is mourning the loss of a four-legged "brother in blue" as K-9 Nicky died over the weekend, Sgt. Cody Guedry reports.

Nicky "passed away quietly at his home" in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 26, Guedry stated in a news release. 

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