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Lamar University has been recognized on the 2013 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. The honor roll is a distinction awarded annually by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) to recognize universities around the country that excel in and promote community service activities in their region. It highlights the roles colleges play in solving community problems and encouraging students toward a path of civic engagement.

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The 9th Court of Appeals has ruled on behalf of petitioners Linda Gilmore, Donna Forgas

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One woman was arrested in Orange after reportedly attacking two people while she was wearing a pink, polka-dot bikini.

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A woman in Orange was arrested for disorderly conduct Saturday, March 16, after using profanity at the Pilot gas station at 2205 Hwy. 62.

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Through President James “Jimmy” Simmons tenure as band director, music professor, and dean of the College of Fine Arts and Communication, he brought pride to the Lamar University music program through “the Grandest Band in the Land” and the creation of Lamarissimo! He has also helped to kick-start many successful music careers, according to many of his friends, colleagues and former students.

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LSC-O

Lamar State College-Orange is partnering with the Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce to host the 2013 Annual Career Fair on Thursday, April 11 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. inside the LSC-O Student Center. LSC-O students and alumni of all majors are invited, as well as a number of local employers.

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Muscle Walk 2013

More than $36,000 gross was raised at the annual Southeast Texas MDA Muscle Walk, held at the Montagne Event Center on Saturday, March 2 and presented by the Medical Center of Southeast Texas. Over 350 participants comprised of MDA families, local businesses, and community organizations were there to flex their fundraising muscles.

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A Beaumont man was indicted Thursday, March 14 for murdering his cousin in cold blood after an argument over a dice game.

According to an investigative summary obtained by The Examiner, on Feb. 27, Lance Jacoby Moore, 26, was playing dice with his cousin on Dusty Lane around 11 p.m. when the two became engaged in an argument. At least one shot was fired at Moore’s cousin, Lorenzo Simon, 41, of Beaumont, hitting him in the foot.

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Narcotics officers arrested one man for possession of a controlled substance in Orange on Thursday afternoon.

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