The News

Langston Adams

With a vote from the Jefferson County’s Commissioner’s Court on Monday, Feb. 24, a Port Arthur lawyer and a personal family friend of Judge John Paul Davis was appointed the newest judge of County Court at Law No. 3.

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Michael Smith

When 57-year-old Beaumont Fire and Rescue fire inspector Michael Smith became one of the first 20 black firefighters to work for the city of Beaumont in 1982, he said it was like experiencing a case of déjà vu.

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West Brook High School teacher Rogelio

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Roberto Flores

The problem plaguing the Beaumont Independent School District isn’t just a black and white issue, says Roberto Flores, who claims that Hispanic members of the community are seldom considered and never represented when elected school officials make decisions that affect the education and future of all cultures and races residing in the city.

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The City of Beaumont will resume its Lunch at the Lake series on Monday, March 3, at the Downtown Event Centre from 11 am until 2 pm.

The city provides seating, scenery, and music for all to enjoy. Lunch is available for purchase from mobile food units offering a variety of food and beverage choices. Attendees can also bring their lunch from any eatery. Lunch at the Lake is a family friendly activity, and children can enjoy the new Rotary Centennial Playground near the lake.

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