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Throwback Thursday!


 It's Throwback Thursday and here is the VJHS band marching in the Homecoming parade in 1968. Happy crew!

Vidor Public Library Garage Sale


  Event Details

  • Vidor Public Library Garage Sale
  • United Christian Care Center - 293 Wilson Street
  •   06 October 2018
Book and Garage Sale Saturday, October 6 from 8 am to 2 pm at United Christian Care Center, 293 Wilson Street. Sale will benefit Friends of the Vidor Public Library and Friends of Vidor Animal Control. Lots of books, holiday decorations, pictures, dishes and household items.

Blue Santa Registration Now Through Nov. 5


Blue Santa will be accepting registration forms through November 5th.

Applications should be turned in at the Vidor Police Station.

Blue Santa will begin accepting toy donations in November until December 8th for ages birth – 12 years old. 

Please print and return before November 5th.

Thank you for helping us fill Santa's list!

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3rd Annual Jeep Or Treat - Vidor Texas


  Event Details

  • 3rd Annual Jeep Or Treat
  • Conn Park
  •   27 October 2018
  • Free Games! Free Food! FREE CANDY!!You're Invited to participate and give out candy or attend and Trick or Treat. All donations benefit the Backpack Program.

Local girl returns home for internship


By Dawn Burleigh - Courtesey The Orange Leader

VIDOR — A new, yet familiar face is spotted in Vidor as a young college student fulfills her internship in her hometown.

Paige Beadle, 23, is a month into her three-month-long internship with the City of Vidor. Beadle attends Texas A&M in College Station and looks forward to graduating in May 2019.

"After graduation, it will be onto my Masters," Beadle said.

While the main project is creating a map for plans for zoning, the experience has also shed light on how the local government operates at the city and county level.

"This is our second intern," Vidor Mayor Robert Viator said. "It's an opportunity to show how government works and different entities are working together."

Beadle's major is in Urban and Regional Planning.

"I enjoy my degree," Beadle said. "I enjoy working with people and being able to come home."

Having grown up in Vidor and a 2013 Vidor High School Graduate, the internship has also allowed Beadle the opportunity to help her mother rebuild.

"I enjoy being home with family and helping my mom rebuild," Beadle said. "She had two feet of water in the house due to Harvey."

Since the internship is unpaid, Beadle also works at HEB.

"I work a lot," Beadle said when asked what she does when not at City Hall.

"When I am not at work, I am at the gym," Beadle added. "I also enjoy being with family."

Beadle originally tried to find an internship closer to school but when that did not work out, Beadle decided one in her hometown would be even better.

"I like that I can make the city a better, more functional and enjoyable place to work and live," Beadle said.

The zoning project Beadle is working on is a one, which could take several years to implement according to Mayor Robert Viator.

"It could be a successful tool for the citizens and the city," Viator said. "There is an agenda item on the October 4 meeting addressing it."

Plans for the project had been in place prior to Harvey but are now being looked at again as recovery efforts continue throughout the city.

"Having Paige as an intern has been helpful," Viator said. "Paige has had some good input and brings a different view."