Beaumont

Beaumont City Attorney Tyrone Cooper

The Beaumont City Council approved a raise for Beaumont City Attorney Tyrone Cooper at their regular meeting Oct. 25.

According to information from council, Cooper’s pay was increased to $15,833.33 per month in base wages. Cooper will also receive a car allowance of $833.33 and an administrative allowance of $100 per month, which remain unchanged. The city will also provide $24,000 toward Cooper’s retirement, which is the same as provided in 2015, according to the city.

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Pioneering contemporary Christian recording artist Carman returns to the stage once again after a life-threatening battle with cancer. He presents a brand new concept, appropriately named “CinemaSonic Experience” — a concert, movie, play and crusade all in one.

Surrounded by six giant LED screens, Carman will bring people out of their seats and rolls back the clock. It’s an evening of miracles; the first is seeing a man who’s led over a million people to Christ shake off certain death to once again dazzle the crowds.

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Dr. Harold Steward and Gage Barker of Beaumont Masonic Lodge No. 286

At first glance, Freemasonry may seem like a mysterious brotherhood shrouded in secrecy, says Worshipful Master Gage Barker of the Beaumont Masonic Lodge No. 286, but it’s actually a lot less enigmatic than many realize.

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Enjoy a delicious breakfast while supporting local students at the Beaumont Public Schools Foundation’s 24th annual Fiesta Breakfast fundraiser on Oct. 25 at Casa Olé in the Target Shopping Center.

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Officers with the Beaumont Police Department Narcotics and Special Assignments Unit (SAU) made nine arrests for prostitution throughout the city Oct. 6, reports Sgt. Cody Guedry. The operation targeted problem areas involving prostitution complaints.

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Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 9:42 p.m., Beaumont police responded to a report of gunshots in the 2800 block of McFaddin Street. The caller told emergency services that someone tried to rob him and may now be dead.

Officers arriving on scene found a 35-year-old Beaumont man with multiple gunshot wounds laying in the apartment parking lot on Sixth Street between McFaddin Street and North Street.

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Police in Beaumont are investigating a shooting that occurred at French Road Apartments Oct. 9.

According to information from the Beaumont Police Department (BPD), officers responded to the emergency room of a local hospital in response to a shooting victim. Investigating officers reportedly learned that a male subject had been shot at the apartment complex at close to midnight. The male was Life-flighted to a Houston hospital for treatment.

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Police in Beaumont are searching for the suspect who robbed the Fast Lane Convenience Store at 255 Dowlen Rd. Oct. 10, Beaumont Police Department (BPD) Sgt. Cody Guedry reports.

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The Cardinal Jazz Orchestra’s fall concert Thursday, Oct. 13, will feature fresh big band versions of such standards as Cole Porter’s Love for Sale, and Simon and Garfunkel’s Bridge Over Troubled Water. They will also perform original material by some of America’s most well known composers of contemporary big band music, including Gordon Goodwin, Bob Florence, and Patrick Williams.

The event is free and open to the public, and will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Rothwell Recital Hall on the campus of Lamar University in Beaumont.

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Dr. Rodolfo P. Sotolongo

Dr. Rodolfo P. Sotolongo, founder and board-certified interventional cardiologist at Southeast Texas Cardiology Associates (SETCA), epitomizes the American Dream. Born in Cuba in 1952, Sotolongo came to America in ’61 during the Cuban revolution.

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