Kim Brent, Beaumont Enterprise

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Beaumont Enterprise

Beaumont, TX, United States

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Past articles by Kim:

Photos: St. Anthony kicks off an 'Epic Year of Kindness'

St. Anthony Cathedral Basilica School gave their students star treatment when doors opened Monday for the start of the new school year. → Read More

Were you 'Seen' at Spindletop Spookfest?

Crenetta Searles, Chris Miller, Jameria Morris, Aubrey Wilson and Jalynn Morris were at the annual Spindletop Spookfest at the Spindletop/Gladys City Boomtown Museum. Photo taken Thursday, October 25, 2018 Kim ... more Families took in the activities and treats at the annual Spindletop Spookfest at the Spindletop/Gladys City Boomtown Museum Thursday, Oct. 25. → Read More

Doctor’s orders: Send in the clown

Larry "Dr. U. Getwell" Thompson has been visiting patients and families at Baptist Hospital weekly since 2007 as part of his clown ministry. He makes his rounds with a leash for his invisible dog "Spot" and colorful balloon for the people he visits. → Read More

SETX duo drives adoptable animals to no-kill shelters across the country

"You have a lot of time to think when you're driving across the country," says Wooley, who felt burned out after regularly working over 60 hours a week at a veterinary clinic for seven years. She left to pursue pet home-health care and in February started driving with Beaumont Pets Alive, a nonprofit rescue organization. → Read More

Photos: Beaumont sites under construction

Travis Cloudy visits with Phyllis and Max Odom, who were among the more than 60 people he rescued during Harvey's flooding. Cloudy went out in his flat bottom boat as the flooding from Tropical Storm Harvey ... more Large construction projects have been staples of Beaumont's landscape for the past few years, but the work crews and fencing at many will soon depart. Ebenezer Missionary Baptist… → Read More

Photos: Vidor teachers, crews prep for portable classrooms

Construction continues at the new portables that will serve Vidor Middle School sixth-graders and staff at the Vidor Junior High School campus. Fifth-graders will be in portables at the high school. The middle school was one of two campuses Vidor ISD lost in Harvey's flooding, and the district is still awaiting word from FEMA on how much they will receive to remodel or build anew. The 10… → Read More

Photos: Silsbee Tigers get 2018 State Champion rings

The Silsbee Tigers 2017-2018 players, coaches and staff received their Class 4A State Champion rings during a ceremony at the high school Thursday night. → Read More

Were you 'Seen' at Jazz at the Lake?

Our cameras were at July's Jazz at the Lake performance at the Event Centre. Did we see you there? → Read More

Were you ‘Seen’ at the Baby & Family Expo?

Our cameras were at the Baby & Family Expo at the Civic Center. Did we see you there? → Read More

Photos: Gator removed from Texas drainage ditch

A 6-foot-long alligator was removed from a drainage ditch in Beaumont Thursday after a standoff that lasted more than an hour. → Read More

Photos: 7-ft. gator trapped in Beaumont drainage ditch

Gator Country and Beaumont Fire Rescue are trying to remove a gator trapped inside the cement wall of a ditch in Beaumont's West End. → Read More

Orange hosts “Rumble on the River”

The City of Orange and TX H20 Racing are hosting "Rumble on the River," a high-speed jet ski racing event on the Sabine River. Admission to the event is free, with concessions and children's activities on site. The competition, which brings together racers from throughout the Southern region, continues Sunday, beginning at 10 a.m. at the City of Orange Boat Ramp. → Read More

Swimmers converge for TAAF meet

Young swimmers from teams throughout the region gathered at The Thomas Center Natatorium for the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation regional qualifying swim meet. The lot surrounding the center was transformed into a tent city of sorts as teams, coaches and families poured in for the day-long competition. It is the first time Beaumont has hosted a TAAF swimming meet. → Read More

Were you ‘Seen’ at Eclectic Open Mic Night?

The Music Studio in Beaumont held its first "Eclectic Open Mic Night," featuring poetry, comedy, music and more. → Read More

Photos: These musicians once played in Beaumont

The Beaumont Civic Center has temporarily housed some of the biggest names in music. From Motown legends to the hairiest in heavy metal, take a look at the slideshow above to see some of the acts that have passed through Beaumont. RELATED: Hair Metal Bands, Then and Now → Read More

Were you ‘Seen’ at Jazz at the Lake?

The City of Beaumont's Jazz at the Lake series continues with a performance featuring The Jimmy Simmons Band and The Flava Band. → Read More

Dog breeder perfects pups

Stacy Allison found life as an empty nester painful. "I was just so sad," the Kountze woman said of her kids leaving for college. Allison, 52, decided to channel those feelings and start a new hobby. "Every time a kid left home, we'd get another dog," she said. By the time her sixth child had packed up and moved out, Allison had turned from dog hobbyist to accidental breeder. It all began with… → Read More

Were you ‘Seen’ at the Clayboy’s benefit?

A benefit to aid in rising bills for Clay Pelloat, who is battling cancer and struggling after having to close Clayboy's Smokepit last September, was held in Chris Roark - Lions Park in Groves. → Read More

Port Acres celebrates neighbors helping neighbors

Port Acres Postive Attitude hosted a free social event in Eagles park with free food, drinks and children's activities. The Neighborhood Appreciation Day celebrated the community's response helping one another during Harvey. → Read More

Were you ‘Seen’ at the BPD benefit for Bobby Rector?

Beaumont Police held a benefit BBQ and concert at the IBEW Hall to aid medical costs for officer Bobby Rector. → Read More