Vidor

Join the Orange County Emergency Services District #1 Explorers, Post #351, in front of Market Basket off Main Street in Vidor on Tuesday, July 28 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. to help them raise funds for the student program. Explorers will be selling links or boudin with a bag of chips and a drink for only $5. Show up early before they run out!

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Edna Phillips and Richard Ames

Police in Vidor report that a vehicle being sought after in relation to a June 11 double homicide in the city has been recovered.

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Edna Phillips and Richard Ames

Vidor police have released the names of the two victims in a gruesome double murder that occurred at a home in a normally peaceful residential neighborhood in the Maplecrest Addition of the small town on June 11, and investigators are seeking the public’s help in searching for a missing truck registered to one of the victims.

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Roxanne Reinhardt, Facebook photo

Police in Port Neches have discovered the identity of a woman killed in an auto-pedestrian accident May 9, reports the Port Neches Police Department.

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A 29-year-old Vidor man was arrested after reportedly ramming a car with four passengers multiple times in what police are calling an incidence of "road rage."

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Members of Vidor High School “Mighty Pirate” Marching Band became stars of their own Disney show on March 14, 2015 when they entertained resort guests at the Magic Kingdom. The group traveled from Vidor, Texas to the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida to take part in the Disney Performing Arts Program.

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Stolen utility trailer

The Orange County Sheriff's Office is requesting help from the public in locating the suspect or suspects responsible for the Feb. 18 theft a utility trailer from Turning Point Church at 3600 North Main St. in Vidor, reports OCSO.

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Blaize Lacase (left) and Justin Brown

Two men were arrested in Orange on Feb. 20 after they allegedly tried to sell methamphetamine to an undercover officer, reports the Orange Police Department.

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Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School winners of the Mock Trial Competition

The Jefferson County Young Lawyer’s Association hosted the 36th annual Texas High School Mock Trial Competition on Saturday, Feb. 7, at the Jefferson County Courthouse. After two rounds, the top two teams competed in a final trial to see who would be going to state.

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A 22-year-old Vidor man was arrested on Jan. 31 after police reportedly discovered over five grams of methamphetamine he had hidden in various places, including inside his rectum, reports the Vidor Police Department.

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