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City Council approves park upgrade plan, part of large-scale 2022 Nederland improvements

NEDERLAND — One Mid County neighborhood park will soon receive a makeover. Nederland City Councilmembers unanimously declared surplus ...

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Olympic trailblazer from Port Arthur dies at 87

Barbara Jacket, a Port Arthur native who earned an impressive amount titles and was the second Black woman ...

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Adaptive Sports for Kids provides options for special needs athletes

Nearly 18 years ago Allen Nation’s daughter was invited to play softball in Bridge City to play in ...

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Winter season brings plenty of Texas-sized fun

With the great state of Texas facing near-record high temperatures in December, it is hard not to dream ...

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BRIAN JOHNSON ON OUTDOORS — Outdoor lessons make for great family memories

The older that I get, the more time I spend reflecting on past adventures. I can honestly say ...

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BRIAN JOHNSON ON OUTDOORS — Hunting season starts with preparation

As a part of my daily devotionals, I like to read a chapter in the book of Proverbs. ...

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S.A.L.T tournament reels in success despite looming clouds

Despite looming rain clouds, the weather was mostly cooperative for anglers who participated in the Saltwater Anglers League ...

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S.A.L.T fishing tournament hoping for strong turnout this weekend

The Annual S.A.L.T. Classic Fishing tournament on Pleasure Island will take place this weekend if the weather permits. ...

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On to the semifinals: Kenneth Lofton Jr., Team USA take down Senegal

Memorial graduate Kenneth Lofton Jr. and his USA teammates advanced to the semifinals after beating Senegal (2-3) 88-58 ...

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Port Arthur’s youngest track stars qualify for Junior Olympics

Two Port Arthur girls are heading for Houston after qualifying for the Junior Olympics this week. Khole Joubert, ...

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