To Dr. Anthony Pinn, the idea of hip-hop music as a religion makes perfect sense. “It started for me when I was in ministry,” the ...
I.C. Murrell was promoted to editor of The News, effective Oct. 14, 2019. He previously served as sports editor since August 2015 and has won or shared eight first-place awards from state newspaper associations and corporations. He was born in Memphis, Tennessee, grew up mostly in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, and graduated from the University of Arkansas at Monticello.
To Dr. Anthony Pinn, the idea of hip-hop music as a religion makes perfect sense. “It started for me when I was in ministry,” the ... Read more
The stress stemming from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic could be a key reason some people commit armed robberies, at least two Port Arthur councilmembers believe. ... Read more
The mayor of Port Arthur is “taking his time [and] resting” in a Friendswood hospital as he recovers from a battle with COVID-19, his son ... Read more
SABINE PASS — COVID-19 be darned, some Sabine Pass School students and their instructor are determined to restore headstones of those buried in nearby cemeteries ... Read more
Three days after coming up short in a runoff election, Raymond Scott Jr. said in parting words Tuesday he enjoyed the nine years he served ... Read more
Doug Ethridge, whose Port Neches-Groves football teams mounted a four-year state semifinal run resulting in a state championship and runner-up finish in the 1970s, has ... Read more
Having just turned 85, Dr. William D. George simply felt the time has come to retire as the city of Port Arthur’s health authority. “I’ve ... Read more
Stop. Look around you. Drive a little closer if you must. Do you notice anything a little different about Port Arthur, or your own city? ... Read more
A release from the Southeast Texas Regional Emergency Operations Center only confirmed the breaking news of the day before — that nine counties in a ... Read more
PORT NECHES — The lack of a virtual option for learning this school year might have come as a shock to students and parents in ... Read more