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Hundreds of Aggies showed their maroon spirit at the Texas A&M Muster, hosted by

Southeast Texas Aggies showed their maroon spirit at the annual Texas A&M University Muster on April 21. The Beaumont A&M Club hosted the dinner at the Event Centre in downtown Beaumont for hundreds of alumni to honor Aggies lost this past year.

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Fifteen student finalists were honored at the fourth annual Laws Of Life Essay P

Better Business Bureau Serving Southeast Texas held its fourth annual Laws Of Life Essay Program Banquet on Tuesday, April 7. Over 3,100 essays by sixth, seventh and eighth grade students throughout Southeast Texas were submitted for the Laws Of Life initiative. Fifteen student finalists were honored, along with their teachers and school campuses at the banquet, which was held at The Event Centre in Beaumont.

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Regina Lindsey

The Beaumont Chamber of Commerce has narrowed its search for a new president down to a lone finalist. Regina Lindsey is a former Silsbee mayor and Lamar University graduate currently working in economic development in Houston.

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Regina Lindsey, the chief development officer and vice president of economic development for the Greenspoint District in Houston, has been named the lone finalist to succeed Jim Rich at the helm of the Greater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce.

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Kelly High School seniors Crystal Torres and Monica Garcia.

The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas hosted the 2015 Law Day Art Contest Ceremony for the finalists. Scholarships of $1,000 for first place, $750 for second place, $500 for third place and $250 for fourth place were awarded. The contest was open to high school students within the boundaries of the Beaumont Division of the Eastern District of Texas.The counties served by the Beaumont division are Hardin, Jasper, Jefferson, Liberty, Newton and Orange.

2015 Law Day Art Contest finalists

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Zombie Stars

Peering into the heart of the Milky Way galaxy, NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) has spotted a mysterious glow of high-energy X-rays that, according to scientists, could be the "howls" of dead stars as they feed on stellar companions.

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