BRIDGE CITY — Joseph Ballard, at left, stands with Jerry McInnis of the Bridge City Chamber of Commerce after being selected as the chamber’s Employee of the Month. Ballard works at Subway restaurant, 1090 Texas Avenue in Bridge City, and is described as a dependable and conscientious employee.
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Vidor Rotary installs new officers
Vidor Rotary Club officers for the 2014-2015 year, pictured with Assistant Governor Bobby Simon, are left to right, President Darrellyn Ford, Secretary Gayle Nagai, and Treasurer Johnnie Brown.
Business of the Month
The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce recognized Reliable Dry Cleaners as its Business of the Month during its Monthly Networking Coffee held at the Bridge City Library earlier this month.
Literacy Promotion Month
Vidor Rotarians Gayle Nagai, at left, and Leslie Williamson love literacy. Here they are joining in Rotary International's Literacy Promotion Month, June.
Neches FCU promotes assistant vice presidents
Jason Landry, President and CEO of Neches Federal Credit Union proudly announces the promotion of Dawn Fournier, Kristin Butler, Jill Sandberg and Alta Frazier.
Talking with the 'Lunch Bunch'
The guest speaker for Lunch Bunch at the Vidor Public Library on June 19 was Rebekah Maxwell.
Employees of the Month
The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce recognized Officer Timothy Reeves, second from left, and Officer Jesse Byrd, second from right, of the Bridge City Police Department as its Employees of the Month during the monthly Networking Coffee event held earlier this month at the Bridge City Public Library. Pictured, from left to right, are Bridge City Chamber Ambassador Dave Derosier, Officer Timothy Reeves, Officer Jesse Byrd and Police Chief Paul Davis.
Andrew Culpepper Receives C.T. Bush Award
The Kiwanis Club of Orange is proud to announce Andrew Culpepper, left, as the recipient of a Texas-Oklahoma Kiwanis Foundation C.T. Bush Award for his service and dedication to the values and objectives of Kiwanis International.
Cops N Kids is full of fun for everyone
A Texas Game Warden speaks to a group of children about the many animals which have been hunted illegally, as well as the weapons used and seized from the criminals. The display was part of the annual Cops N Kids Picnic, which was held Friday at Claiborne West Park in Vidor. See more images in the photo gallery.
Daleo, McNeil receive Catholic Daughters of America scholarships
Two local high school students have been selected as recipients of an annual scholarship award from a local organization.
Enviro Kids get up close look at nature
All eyes are on an American alligator exhibited by Gator Country’s Josh Stone to the Enviro Kids summer campers at the Museum of the Gulf Coast in Port Arthur Thursday.
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