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Assistant District Attorney Bridgette L. Williams takes her oath of office before Judge John Stevens of Jefferson County’s Criminal District Court. Stevens swore Williams in as District Attorney Cory Crenshaw’s newest prosecutor Monday, June 2. According to a press release, Williams beat out at least 70 other attorneys for the job of prosecuting mostly misdemeanor cases in Judge Langston Adams’ busy County Court at Law No. 3.

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In the spirit of sparing no expense in fighting the Texas Education Agency takeover of the failing Beaumont Independent School District, the school district’s high-dollar attorneys have produced a lineup of witnesses to bring to Austin this Friday, June 6, that includes more than 30 employees, administrators, elected officials, and paid-by-the-hour lawyers for the district.

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Lamar University has recruited eight scholars for its 2014 ASCENT program. The ASCENT program is funded by the National Science Foundation and provides students with full tuition and other support. ASCENT, headed by Dr. Kumer Das, director of the program, targets students currently enrolled at Lamar with two years left in their math or computer science degree, as well as transfer students who have graduated from a community college entering Lamar’s math or computer science programs.

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Lumberton Middle School students had an opportunity to try out one of the most innovative and advanced computer-assisted surgical systems in the world Thursday, May 1, as they visited Christus-St.

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Press release from the Beaumont Police Department:

On Tuesday, May 27, 2014 Preston Joseph Robertson, AKA Preston Joseph Robinson, 42-year-old man, was arrested by the Joint East Texas Fugitive Apprehension Task Force (JETF), at a residence on North 3rd Street in Orange for a Beaumont Police Department Aggravated Robbery Warrant.

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