The News

David Parmer

All in-patient services other than emergency services at Baptist Orange Hospital will be referred to Baptist Beaumont Hospital as of June 1, 2015, according to an open letter dated Tuesday, Feb. 24, from Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas Board of Directors to Orange County residents.

An IBEW 2286 member and Motiva worker pickets in front of Motiva’s 25th Street g

The United Steelworkers (USW) expanded its unfair labor practice (ULP) strike by launching a work stoppage at midnight Saturday, Feb. 21, at Motiva Enterprises refinery in Port Arthur.

Examiner staff with publisher and editor Don Dodd and his wife, Kristi (center)
Julie Rogers Award winner Tim Sudela

Mental Health America of Southeast Texas presented three awards to outstanding members of the community who have done what they can to give support the area and its citizens at its 54th Anniversary Luncheon on Feb. 17, and The Examiner was proud to be among those honored.


Tradition. It is not just the name of the opening number in the Broadway musical where the fiddler on the roof extols tradition as a way for people to keep their balance; it is also a way we keep a firm grip on the past while moving inexorably into the future.

Word hit Austin last week illustrating that contradiction at one of the state’s leading universities: Texas A&M.

The Great Wall of Fame at AMSET and  African-Americans a Harvey Johnson piece.

The Museum of the Gulf Coast and the Art Museum of Southeast Texas (AMSET) are celebrating Black History Month, and the public is invited to visit the museums to learn more.

The Museum of the Gulf Coast presents Port Arthur native and singing sensation Richard Perkins on Feb. 28 in honor of Black History Month. Perkins is a 1964 graduate of Lincoln High School and a professional classical singer, a deep, mellow bass.