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Anna Riley, theatre teacher from Central High School in Beaumont

A preacher, teachers and guns are not a combination that usually comes to mind, but on Saturday, Feb. 2, this was indeed the case. James McAbee, pastor of Lighthouse Worship Center in Beaumont, offered a free Concealed Handgun License course to around 150 teachers from the Southeast Texas area. McAbee usually charges $50 for the course but waived the fee for educators.

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UPDATE: The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office warrant division would like to thank the media and public for assistance in the capture of Kenneth Ray Taylor.

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Orange Police arrested a man Sunday morning after the man failed to identify himself and attempted to evade arrest when authorities were investigating a noise complaint at his home.

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Rayefield Bell, 28, and Nathaniel Darbonne, 29

Metal thieves target T&D Solutions

Police say they caught two would-be metal thieves in the act Sunday night, Feb. 3.

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From Lamar University  -The Lamar University Scientific Research Society will host Rikk Kvitek, professor in the Division of Science and Environmental Policy, California State University Monterey Bay, in a free public lecture on Wednesday, March 27, at 7:30 p.m. in the Richard Price Auditorium, John Gray Center, Building.

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One man is dead after he was shot during a domestic disturbance in Village Mills, north of Kountze. 

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One man is in critical condition after a shooting in Vidor.

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John McAtee

Searching for answers to the eternal question of how to succeed in business can produce some tortured overthinking, but the basic principle is fairly simple: Identify a consumer need and find a way to fill it in an efficient manner to turn a profit. In practice, it is a little more complicated than that, and there are many factors that determine how successful a business might become.

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Jefferson County Commissioners approved specifications for the refurbishment of the Jefferson County Health Clinic, 1295 Pearl St. in downtown Beaumont, at their meeting Monday, Jan. 28. Approximately $600,000 has been earmarked for renovations and repairs at the facility, according to Pct. 4 Commissioner Bo Alfred.

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At least seven dogs have died as the result of poisoning in Mauriceville.

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