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I don't know what I expected when Tommy Chong answered my phone call one recent Friday afternoon, but I probably shouldn't have been surprised to hear a long exhale on the other end.
Rev. James McAbee, left, and his wife Misty McAbee, right, keep their guns in a nearly 5-foot-tall blue Field & Stream gun safe in the bedroom of his ranch house when they aren't wearing them.
Dr. Shirley Bonton discusses the Legislative Budget Board report during the BISD special meeting on Thursday, August 22, 2013.
R.S. Gwynn is a master of traditional poetic forms whose poetry has been characterized as "Bleakly serious and wickedly humorous."
Dr. Alan B. Coleman is seen at a meeting of the Beaumont City Council. Photo taken Tuesday 6/3/14 Jake Daniels/@JakeD_in_SETX Photo: Jake Daniels James Holly, speaks to the assembled guests.
Just $10 bought many Southeast Texans a ticket Tuesday night to good eats and good music; all for a good cause.
A disturbance and strong instability created the heavy shower and thunderstorm activity Tuesday Afternoon.
Elizabeth Irving and Frank Irving enjoy a meal during Lunch at the Lake in downtown Beaumont on Monday.
More Beaumont Independent School District employees could be losing their jobs soon.
A new sound system, an overhauled patio, freshly painted walls, a foosball table, an even bigger bottle beer selection - no one's resting on their laurels at this West End music venue/eatery/Internet cafe.
At times, it feels like George R.R. Martin writes the fate of many Southeast Texas nightlife venues - your favorite bar is one unexpected beheading away from being another locally owned business we used to love.
Dale LeFebvre and President Barack Obama on Sept. 19, 2013, at the president's round table discussion.
Beaumont police are working to determine if a motorist was stopped by a man impersonating a police officer.
This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; offers are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued.
Refinery breakdowns from Kansas to Texas are giving gasoline a boost, spurring speculators to increase bullish bets for the first time in six weeks as the Labor Day holiday approaches.
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Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 07:49 am
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