SouthEast Texas R.A.I.N

 The Southeast Texas Regional Alert Information Network (SE TEXAS RAIN) website is provided as a public service to provide information necessary to make important decisions during threatening weather conditions. Improving public access to this information was discussed by state Legislators in the Senate and House Committee hearings after hurricane Harvey in 2017. This regional project was developed from a Five-County coalition headed by county Judges from Hardin, Jefferson, Newton, Jasper, and Orange Counties. SE TEXAS RAIN will greatly improve information outreach to the public and is an important testament of regional coordination between the 5 County area of Southeast Texas. 

The SE TEXAS RAIN website displays rainfall, streamflow, and water levels in major streams, bayous, and reservoirs compiled from data sources which include the US Geological Survey (USGS) and The National Weather Service (NWS).

SE TEXAS RAIN offers subscriptions for alerts by text (SMS) or email when stream and river gauges reach high water levels. The website also provides an address look-up feature to check on available gauge water level conditions and weather forecasts closest to your home or business while you are away.

Click or tap below to see options for Alert Subscriptions, Maps, Dashboards, and Additional Resources.

Vidor Homecoming: October 12, 2018

This years Homecoming parade is October 12 at 2pm and begins at the corner of Main and Fillmore, concluding at Main and Railroad. The Homecoming game is at 7:30 against Santa Fe HS at Pirate Stadium. You may download a copy of the parade packet below, or pick up a hard copy at the VISD Administration office. This year's theme is Big Buc Explores the New Frontier: Celebrating America Setting Foot on the Moon. 

File Name: 2018-Homecoming-Entry-Packet
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Vidor Welcomes BestMed Urgent Care

 BestMed Urgent Care in Vidor is excited to announce that they will officially open tomorrow, September 14th. 

Vidor group dons colorful tutus for car wash

Robert - Moose - Rubero sports a colorful tutu while washing cars for a benefit car wash with The Dumb, Weird 'n Fugly in Vidor on Saturday. The group was raising money for member Nick Strother, who had a kidney removed due to cancer. Photo taken Saturday 9/8/18 Ryan Pelham/The Enterprise
Courtesey Beaumont Enterprise By Ryan Pelham

Men and women alike donned colorful tutus while waving to motorists along Vidor's Main Street on Saturday. The group The Dumb, Weird 'n Fugly held a benefit car wash and link sale for one of their members, Nick Strother, who had a kidney removed while battling cancer.

The group was started by a group of friends to be accepting of all and be themselves while embracing weirdness, according to group leader Trish Johnson. Their last fundraiser raised money for Bikers Against Child Abuse to help start a local chapter.

Zach Hester - NJCAA Male Student-Athlete of the Year

​After a season to remember, Zach Hester has been given an award he'll never forget. The Vidor, Texas native has been named the 2018 David Rowlands Award Winner - the NJCAA Male Student-Athlete of the Year. Congratulations Zach!!