Should Central Arkansas and Lamar both win, the teams would tie for the Southland title, but Central Arkansas would hold the tiebreaker advantage for the top seed. All other scenarios would give the Lady Cardinals the No. 2 seed. In any event, Lamar has earned a bye into the tourney semifinals, meaning the Lady Cardinals won’t play until next Saturday in Katy. “Having a bye into the semifinals is nice,” Harmony said. “It means you have to just win twice to win the tourney. That’s a lot better than having to win three or four games in as many days.” Southeastern Louisiana (8-21, 7-10) has already been officially eliminated from tournament consideration, so Saturday’s game will be the last of the season for the Lady Lions. Southeastern Louisiana was a 67-62 winner over Lamar back on Jan. 18 in Hammond, La. Saturday will be Senior Day for Lamar, as the Lady Cardinals honor four players who will be playing their last regular-season game: Gia Ayers, Francesca Bellatin, Chantelle Brockett and Alice Robinson. Ayers, who leads Lamar in scoring (15.3), will be playing her 100th career game. The entire regular season for the Lamar Lady Cardinals boils down to one game: Saturday’s clash with Southeastern Louisiana at the Montagne Center. Tipoff is 4 p.m. A win would give the Lady Cardinals (17-11 overall, 12-5 Southland Conference) a share of the conference crown for the first time since the 2009-10 season. A loss would leave Lamar tied for second. “We have to give it everything we have,” Lamar coach Robin Harmony said. “We’d like to raise a banner next season.” A Lamar win combined with a Stephen F. Austin win over Central Arkansas would give the Lady Cardinals a share of the Southland title with SFA and the top seed in next week’s Southland Conference Tournament. It would also assure a guaranteed berth in a postseason tournament.
Hillcrest Elementary Fourth Grade students took a field trip to the local pumpkin patch. Students observed the differences and similarities of the different pumpkins and brought the knowledge back to the classroom for a writing assignment.
Louise W. Clark, 96, of Port Arthur died Wednesday, March 29, 2016. Clayton Thompson Funeral Directors, Groves.Gertrude Pete, 89, of Port Arthur died Tuesday, March 29, 2016. Gabriel Funeral Home.Patricia Williams, 64, of Port Arthur died Tuesday, March 29, 2016. Gabriel Funeral Home. Services todayGeorge Rhea Sharp, Calder Baptist Church, Beaumont, 10 a.m.Nancy Neblett Kirchmer, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Beaumont, 11 a.m.Doris Cormier, Clayton Thompson Funeral Home. 2 p.m.Sharon Jean Tillman, Clayton Thompson Funeral Home, 10 a.m.Peggy Banks, Melancon’s Funeral Home,10 a.m. Alice Lynn Lankford, Broussard’s, Nederland, 10 a.m. Death noticesJhovita Lamar Miller, 83, of Beaumont died Tuesday, March 29, 2016. Broussard’s, McFaddin Avenue, Beaumont.
Next Up Survivors include her son, Robert Broyles and his wife, Debbie; grandson, Frank Broyles; and granddaughter, Rebecca Broyles, all of Battleground, Washington. She was preceded in death by her husband, Elmer “Bubba” Broyles; and sister, Beve Lovell.A gathering of Mrs. Broyles’ family and friends was held from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m., Friday, November 4, 2016, at Broussard’s, 505 North 12th Street, Nederland. Her graveside service will be 2:00 p.m., Saturday, November 5, 2016, at Oak Bluff Memorial Park, 101 Block Street, Port Neches.Complete and updated information may be found at: broussards1889.com. Edna “Merle” Broyles, 95, of Battle Ground, Washington, formerly of Nederland, died Wednesday, October 26, 2016. She was born on June 25, 1921, in Port Arthur, to Maude Landry Root and Charles B. Root.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Doris and Adam Henry, Sr.A Rosary for Mr. Henry will be recited at 10:00 a.m., followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 a.m., Friday, January 24, 2020, at Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church, 11507 Huffmeister, Road, Houston.His interment will be at 1:00 p.m., for family and friends, Saturday, January 25, 2020, at Greenlawn Memorial Park, 3900 Twin City Highway, Groves, under the direction of Broussard’s, 505 North 12th Street.Memorial contributions may be made to Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church, 11507 Huffmeister Road, Houston, TX 77065.Complete and updated information may be found at: broussards1889.com. After Warren was discharged, he worked at Dupont Sabine River Works, Orange, as a rigger and safety planner. He retired in 2002.He married Danny Marie Kirwin in 1988.After their retirements they moved to Houston. Adam Warren Henry Jr., 76, of Houston, passed away on Tuesday, January 14, 2020.He was born November 15, 1943, in Port Arthur, to Doris Rogers Henry and Adam Warren Henry, Sr. Adam, better known as “Warren,” by his friends, was a United States Marine Veteran.After graduating from Thomas Jefferson High School, he served his country in the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam era. Warren loved to cook, hunt, fish, dance, and entertain his friends.He also enjoyed spending time with his family.Most of all, he was devoted to being a servant to God.Survivors include his wife, Danny Henry; children, Adam W. Henry III and his wife, Shelley, of Lafayette, Louisiana; Gretchen Vaughan, of Houston; Darren K. Henry and his wife, Lara, of Austin; Shawna Campbell and her husband, Cassidy, of Richmond; Angelique Todar and her husband, Rainor, of Katy; grandchildren, Allie, Jainie, and Mallory Henry; Noelle and Elise Henry; Kya Howe and her husband, Clark, and Riley, Avery, Bethyn, and Cavynagh Campbell; and Andrew, Eliana Pineda, Raina, and Atalee Todar; and half-sister, Pam Reagan, of Port Arthur.
One of the women made threatening comments, which were heard over the camera as they left.According to the probable cause affidavit, the three left in a silver or grey SUV that was parked in front of the house. The vehicle went a short distance, turned around and passed back by the residence, with the Ring camera capturing the scene as shots are fired at the house.A few days later the three went to the Port Arthur Police Department and made voluntary statements on the shooting.The man and one of the women maintained their innocence, but the second woman eventually implicated Senegal as the shooter, authorities said. A Beaumont man was indicted for deadly conduct in relation to a Port Arthur drive-by shooting caught on camera.A Jefferson County grand jury indicted DeMarcus Lee Senegal, 36, of Beaumont for the Dec. 9 shooting of a home in the 3000 block of South Park in Port Arthur.The targeted home is located near Tyrrell Elementary School and Iglesia Apostolic Church.The incident began with two women and a man showing up at the home with a disagreement over a phone. Their arrival was captured on the homeowner’’ Ring doorbell camera. No injuries were reported, and Port Arthur police did not specify how many shots were fired or how many struck the home.The deadly conduct charge is a third degree felony.An indictment is not a final conviction of guilt; it is only a ruling by the grand jury that allows the district attorney’s office to proceed with a criminal case.
As a boy, James attended and graduated from Allen Academy in Bryan, Texas.He also graduated from Texas A&M with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.At 17, James joined the U.S. Army. James loved Jesus, and attended Carpenter’s Way in Groves, Texas.James is survived by his loving wife of 21 years, Mary Inez Robbins of Port Neches; son, David Robbins & wife, Kathy of Austin; stepchildren, Nan Laing & husband, Randy of Beaumont, Vickie Giblin & husband, Robert, of Port Neches, Paul Drawhorn & wife, Cindy, of Groves, and Carolyn Wiedenfeld of Beaumont.James loved his twelve grandchildren, seventeen great-grandchildren, and his brothers, Ted Robbins & wife, Ann of Silsbee, Charles Robbins of Nederland, Travis Robbins & wife, Angie of Lumberton.He is preceded in death by his first wife, Patsy Robbins and stepson, Douglas Drawhorn.Family and friends are invited to gather on Friday, February 14, 2020, at Levingston Funeral Home in Port Neches, from 10:00 am to 11:00 am.The funeral service will begin at 11:00 am.The entombment will be a private family gathering.Serving as pallbearers are grandchildren Aaron Drawhorn, Ryan Drawhorn, Eric Laing, Logan Wiedenfeld, Roman Wiedenfeld, Ben Wiedenfeld, and Nathan Terrier, John Looper and Brad Reeves.In lieu of flowers, please make contributions in his honor to the Southeast Texas Food Bank, 3845 S M L King Jr Pkwy, Beaumont, Texas 77705. James Richard Robbins passed peacefully on February 12, 2020 in Port Arthur, Texas.James was born in Port Arthur on February 14, 1926 to Edward Theodore Robbins and Lillian Marie Breaux Robbins.He was one of four Robbins boys. He received many medals as he served overseas during World War II.James found his passion in the grocery business and opened Howdy Doody Grocery on Proctor Street in Port Arthur, Texas, in 1950.He later moved the store to Mid County, where patrons continued to shop until 2001.James loved to play tennis, even teaching his grandchildren to play, and in later years, he turned his attention to horticulture and caring for the beautiful plants he enjoyed with his wife Inez.
Answer: You are correct in knowing that each state law may differ no matter how close the states are to each other. In the great state of Texas, there is NO law that states if you turn on windshield wipers your headlights must be on. I understand a motorist will turn on his or her wipers during inclement weather conditions. In Texas, there are three events that mandate the use of headlights: first, 30 minutes after sunset; second, 30 minutes before sunrise; and third, if visibility is less than a 1,000 feet, which equates to about three city blocks. Mary, with that said, it’s not a bad idea to turn on the headlights when it’s raining. Answer: I guess we need to make a public announcement for all motorists to “beware of garbage cans sitting on the side of the roadway; they are destroying side view mirrors” (smile). I have good news for you. If your driver’s side view mirror is in place, you are NOT in violation of the state of Texas Transportation Code. In the state of Texas all motorists are required to have at least one operable side view or one operable rear view mirror, where the driver can see behind them. Vehicles are manufactured with one rear view mirror and two side view mirrors. To be in compliance with the state of Texas, at least one of those mirrors have to be attached and operable. Join Officer Rickey Antoine for Ask A Cop Live on KSAP 96.9 FM every Tuesday from 1 to 2:30 p.m. as Officer Antoine discusses the Ask A Cop article. Feel free to call in and ask your question live at 409-982-0247. Remember to email questions to [email protected], call 409-983-8673 and leave a message or voice mail or mail them to: Ofc. Rickey Antoine, 645 4th Street, Port Arthur, Texas, 77640. If you happen to see me in public you can Ask A Cop! Mary Ann from Opelousas asks: I visit Port Arthur often, and oftentimes my family and I find ourselves comparing law differences in Texas and Louisiana. In Louisiana, the police are very strict concerning the windshield wiper/headlight law. In Louisiana, when you turn on your windshield wipers, you must turn on your car headlights. Is that the same law here in Texas? Kennedy from Vidor asks: I recently had a small fender bender, where my side view mirror hit a garbage can and fell off. Obviously, I didn’t do any damage to the garbage can, but my passenger mirror fell out and I need a replacement. I have to drive to Port Arthur for work and this is my only means of transportation. If I get stopped by the police, will I get a ticket for my missing side view mirror? Paul from Port Arthur asks: I have a small sports car that’s pretty fast. Let me clear the air, I’m not a speeder, I just like my car. My question is, let’s say the speed limit is 50 mph and I’m at a traffic light that’s red. When the light turns green, is it illegal to quickly get up to 50 mph? Answer: I was impressed to hear you’re not a speeder, even though you have a sports car. If you’re stopped at a traffic signal that’s red and it turns green, as long as you “DO NOT” do what’s commonly known as burn rubber from a stopped position, there’s no law governing how fast you can get up to 50 mph, as long as it can be done SAFELY! So, Paul, enjoy your sports car, drive safely and always remember speeding kills.
Related Shows View Comments Peter and the Starcatcher will close on January 12, 2014. The show began off-Broadway, transferred to Broadway’s Brooks Atkinson Theatre, where it played from April 2012-January 2013, and then transferred back off-Broadway to New World Stages in March 2013. At the time of its closing, the production will have played a combined 645 performances on and off-Broadway. Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 12, 2014 Peter and the Starcatcher, which won the 2012 Broadway.com Audience Choice Award for Favorite New Play and five Tony Awards, is an imaginative prequel to the story of Peter Pan. Directed by Alex Timbers and Roger Reese and written by Rick Elice, the play with music features a company of 12 actors playing more than a hundred unforgettable characters, all on a journey to answer the century-old question: How did Peter Pan become The Boy Who Never Grew Up? Peter and the Starcatcher The current cast of Peter and the Starcatcher features Rick Holmes (Black Stache), Nicole Lowrance (Molly), Jordan Geiger (Boy), Edward Baker-Duly (Lord Aster), Matt D’Amico (Slank), Kevin Del Aguila (Smee), Jimmy Keiffer (Alf), Josh Grisetti (Fighting Prawn), Alex Hernandez (Captain Scott), Nate Miller (Ted), Andrew Mueller (Prentiss), Jon Patrick Walker (Mrs. Bumbrake), Joanna Howard, Evan Johnson, José Restrepo and Graham Stevens. “In the current Broadway landscape, a nearly two year run of a new American play is rare,” lead producers Nancy Nagel Gibbs, Greg Schaffert, Eva Price and Tom Smedes said in a statement, “so we’re grateful to the show’s many fans for embracing us like they have.”
TRICARE Dental ProgramInformation about the TRICARE Dental Program may be obtained directly from MetLife at www.metlife.com, or by calling 800-MET-LIFE (638-5433). The TRICARE Family Member Dental Plan is a dental insurance plan for family members of active-duty military to receive dental care with civilian dentists. Active-duty military are encouraged to enroll their family members in the TRICARE Family Member Dental Plan (TFMDP) or be prepared to pay 100 percent of family members’ dental costs in the civilian community.For more information, see your Health Benefits Advisor Office, or contact the MetLife office at www.metlife.com or 800-MET-LIFE (638-5433). Military retirees may call 888-838-8737 to enroll in TRICARE Retiree Dental Plan or view and enroll online at www.trdp.org. 21st Dental CompanyThe 21st Dental Company Dental Clinic, MCB Hawaii is on the second floor of the Kaneohe Bay BHC. Hours of operation are 6:20 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 6:20 to 11 a.m. Friday. For information or an appointment, call 808-257-3100. For dental emergencies after hours and on weekends, call 808-630-6605. Naval Health Clinic Hawaii (NHCH)Makalapa Clinic Dental Department, Makalapa is at the far end of Makalapa Clinic, in Building 1407, and provides full-service dental care except for specialty level orthodontics.Dental clinic hours are 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Annual examinations are scheduled by appointment. For information or to schedule a visit, call 808-473-1880, ext. 3201/3203/3204. The dental clinic at Makalapa Clinic is the NHCH’s only site providing after-hours emergency care. For dental emergencies after hours and on weekends, call the Makalapa Clinic quarterdeck at 808-473-1880, ext. 2210.The Camp Smith Dental Department (Building 3B, East Wing, First Deck) provides comprehensive dental care for Soldiers, Marines, Sailors and Airmen assigned to U.S. Pacific Command. Hours of operation are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:30 to 11 a.m. Friday. For information or an appointment, call 808-477-2600, ext. 2.Branch Dental Clinic, NCTAMS PAC (Building 22) is on the NCTAMS PAC (Wahiawa) compound. This clinic serves NCTAMS PAC and Navy Information Operations Command, Kunia. Hours of operation are 6:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 6:45 to 11 a.m. Friday. For information or an appointment, call 808-653-5475.