Kaitlin Bain, Beaumont Enterprise

Kaitlin Bain

Beaumont Enterprise

Beaumont, TX, United States

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Recent:
  • Beaumont Enterprise
Past:
  • Reporter-Telegram
  • Govtech.com
  • Houston Chronicle

Recent articles by Kaitlin:

Chevron Phillips Chemical, QatarEnergy make investment decision for $8.5 billion polyethylene plant

The joint venture will be called Golden Triangle Polymers Company and will include a 2,080 KTA ethane cracker and two 1,000 KTA high-density polyethylene units. → Read More

Fire extinguished in crash that closed Interstate 10 in Beaumont

Interstate 10 and Major Drive shut down near Beaumont → Read More

Results from state, Jefferson County and Southeast Texas City Council races

I voted sticker. Tetra Images/Getty Images/Tetra images RF Compiled results are updated based on data from local county clerks and the Texas Secretary of State. → Read More

Federal judge Michael Truncale makes emergency ruling on Beaumont voting case

"This is Southeast Texas," Beaumont NAACP President Rev. Michael Cooper. "Voter... → Read More

Beaumont's Amelia Farm and Market closes to public

The local farm-to-table joint is pivoting its business model. → Read More

Photos: Were you 'seen' at the Gift of Life Monster Dash?

This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate More than 2,000 Southeast Texans braved the cool weather and trusted the rainless forecast to attend Saturday's Julie Richardson Procter 5K Ribbon Run Monster Dash. Presenting sponsors for the event included Robin Doupin, Optimus Steel, Provost Umphrey Law Firm and Quality Mat Company. → Read More

From the editor: How the Beaumont Enterprise voter guide comes together

The guide is complete with comments from nearly every candidate in contested Southeast Texas races. → Read More

Two more Southeast Texas counties issue burn bans

All Southeast Texas counties are now under a burn ban and drought intensifies. → Read More

UPDATE: More details on Luke's Bar and Grill closure

The beloved restaurant announced its closing in a succinct Facebook post Sunday night. → Read More

Jasper County again issues burn ban

Jasper County has again issued a burn ban after drought conditions caused an 'imminent threat of widespread or severe damage, injury or loss of life or property.' → Read More

Beaumont job openings: Spindletop Center looking for new employees

The center officers competitive benefits, training and development and a minimum wage of $14.15/hour. → Read More

Southeast Texas Orchid Society holding first 'Orchid'toberfest in Beaumont

Those attending receive a complimentary one-year membership to the Southeast Texas Orchid Society. → Read More

Beaumont looking for former AT&T Building buyer

The city of Beaumont officially is looking for buyers for the downtown AT&T... → Read More

From Houston hate to lovebugs, did you miss September's top articles?

These are the stories Beaumont readers were most interested in last month. → Read More

Sara Dykman, first person to bike monarch migration route, stopping in Beaumont

The 37-year-old is discussing her book Bicycling with Butterflies and giving monarchs a voice. → Read More

Port Arthur Health Department offering drive-thru flu shot clinic

The clinic is for adults 19 years or older. → Read More

Orange County moves elections office

Operations have been moved temporarily due to maintenance issues. → Read More

Beaumont man sentenced in federal court for drug trafficking, firearms

The 31-year-old pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute meth and possession of a firearm. → Read More

Beaumont readers were most interested in these 9 stories in August

You know the feeling sitting around the table with friends when they're talking about something you know nothing about? Don't be that friend. Click through the gallery above to read the stories other Southeast Texans were reading in August. → Read More

Jefferson County Commissioner Everette “Bo” Alfred hosing health screening

More pre-pandemic services will be available this year, including blood pressure and diabetes screenings. → Read More