A visitation is scheduled from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. Tuesday, November 5, 2013 at Gabriel Funeral Home Chapel. Graveside service is scheduled for 3 p.m. Wednesday at Calvary Cemetery under the direction of Gabriel Funeral Home. Survivors include: spouse, Marleny Portillo; parent, Juana Trevino; children, Pedro Portillo, Sofia Portillo, Daniela Portillo, Amy Portillo, Anita Portillo and Alma Portillo; sisters, Ana Gazaway and Theresa Turcios; four nephews, 2 nieces, and a host of other relatives and friends. Pedro Portillo, 42, of Port Arthur died Saturday, November 2, 2013 at his residence. A native of Port Arthur, Texas, he was a resident of Port Arthur for 27 years.
Jefferson County DPS Troopers were notified and responded to a three vehicle crash on the westbound side of IH-10 near the Goodyear plant at 1:34 a.m. Monday, July 20. One fatality had been confirmed by 6:30 a.m. Monday. The roadway was closed but has since been cleared and reopened for normal traffic. Additional information will be released when it becomes available. Next Up
Death noticesCharles A. Colichia Jr., 87, of Port Arthur died Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016. Clayton Thompson Funeral Directors, Groves.Daniel “Danny” P. Gordy, 47, of Port Arthur died Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016. Clayton Thompson Funeral Directors, Groves.Cody Lane Livingston, 23, of Beaumont, died Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016. Broussard’s, McFaddin Avenue, Beaumont. Jerry Lynn Fox, Melancon’s Funeral Home, Nederland, 2 p.m.Jolea Viguet, Hooks Cemetery, Kountze, 2:30 p.m. Services todayEvelyn Charles, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Port Arthur, 11 a.m.Eunice Gobert, Harvest Time Bible Church, Port Arthur, 1 p.m. Josef Alan Degen, 77, of Nederland died Thursday, Sept.1, 2016. Melancon’s Funeral Home, Nederland.Ramiro Ayala Villaneuva, 40, of Port Arthur died Tuesday, August 30, 2016. Gabriel Funeral Home.Marshal Lewis Dean, 85, of Beaumont died Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016. Broussard’s, Major Drive, Beaumont.
BATON ROUGE – LSU freshman right-hander Eric Walker fired a career-high seven innings and senior shortstop Kramer Robertson blasted a two-run home run, but Texas A&M left fielder Walker Pennington hit a three-run blast in the ninth inning to push the Aggies to a 4-3 win against the sixth-ranked Tigers Saturday afternoon at Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field. — LSU sports information
The Southland Conference picked the Cardinals second in a preseason poll of the league head coaches and media relations directors. The Cardinals received five first-place votes and 234 points to finish second behind Stephen F. Austin. The selection is the highest preseason pick for the Cardinals since the 2007 when Big Red was selected to win the SLC East division (that year the league was broken up into the east and west divisions).A great deal of the excitement surrounding the program is centered around the wealth of talent returning from last year’s 19-15 (.559) squad that advanced to the CollegeInsider.com Tournament – the program’s first postseason appearance since the 2012 season. Big Red returns four starters from last season, including first-team All-SLC selection Colton Weisbrod. The Nederland native ranked among the league’s top 10 in scoring and rebounding last year, and finished fourth in the Southland in double-doubles. He enters his senior season as the league’s top rebounder and top double-double threat. The Cardinals return 73 percent of their scoring and 63 percent of their rebounds from last year’s 19-win campaign.Friday’s game will be a contest of two teams in a similar position. Tulsa returns five of its top six leading scorers from last year’s 15-17 (.469) squad. The Golden Hurricane struggled down the stretch though closing out the 2016-17 season by dropping three of its final four games and nine of its last 12. Lamar sports informationBEAUMONT – Fourth-year Lamar head coach Tic Price brings his most veteran squad into the 2017-18 season as the Cardinals get set to tip off the new year Friday at Tulsa. The game, which will tip off at noon from the Donald W. Reynolds Center, will serve as the season opener for both teams.LU has received high praise during the offseason with several publications picking the Red and White to return to the top of the Southland Conference standings this season, including one (CollegeSportsMadness.com) who has the Cards advancing to the NCAA championship tournament. Friday’s game is set to tip off at noon from the Donald W. Reynolds Center in Tulsa. It can be heard live on Newstalk 560 KLVI. Friday’s game against Tulsa will be the 10th meeting in series history. The Cardinals own a slim 5-4 (.556) advantage in the series, and have won two of the last three meetings. Friday will be the first meeting between the two schools since the 2006-07 season when LU dropped a 78-64 decision on the road. Big Red is 3-2 (.600) all-time against Tulsa away from Beaumont. LU will look to reverse a negative trend in road games from last season. The Cards struggled away from home going 6-11 (.353) in away games last year.On the flip side, the Cardinals have been very strong in season openers throughout program’s history. LU has posted a 57-9 (.864) all-time record in home-opening games, including victories in their past two home openers. Tuesday’s contest will be the first time in program history LU has opened a season at home against Coastal Carolina.
Airport Director Alex Rupp said the offices were unoccupied at the time of the accident and there were no injuries among airport staff.As a result of the accident, phones and computers at Airport Travel Agency would be down through Monday. An errant driver in a runaway truck crashed into the general aviation terminal at Jack Brooks Airport early Thursday. Staff Report The Department of Public Safety said in an issued release that a 2014 Dodge Ram was headed west at an unsafe speed on Jerry Ware Road near the terminal at 5 a.m. when the driver lost control and struck the building.Kyle Martin Stelly of Vidor, the driver, was transported to St. Elizabeth Hospital with serious injuries, DPS said.A blood sample was taken from Stelly and toxicology results were pending, according to DPS.
Brianna is the daughter of Tricia Bush and James Bush. Brianna is a senior at Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School and plans to attend Prairie View A&M University. She plans to be a clinical psychologist.Chloe is the daughter of Yvonne Wesley and Charles Guidry. Chloe is a senior at Woodrow Wilson Early College High School and plans to attend Lamar University and Texas Southern University. She plans to be a criminal defense attorney and a public community leader.Kaila is the daughter of Cheniqua Mann-Rice. Kaila attends Woodrow Wilson Early College High School and plans to attend Prairie View A&M. She plans to be a licensed nurse practitioner. Brianna is the daughter of Crystal Kemper and Brandon Julun. Brianna attends West Brook High School and plans to attend Prairie View A&M. She plans to work for a major broadcasting network, radio, newspaper or magazine.The 2020 Ideal High School students are: Jacob Anderson, Wilson Early College; Micah Anderson, Memorial High School; Jonah Andrews, Wilson Early College; Bey’Ounce Banks, Wilson Early College; Joshua Dennis, Wilson Early College; Kanacha Gordon, Wilson Early College; Chloe Guidry, Wilson Early College; Kaila Jackson, Wilson Early College, Erisha Jones, Memorial High School; Seanlexcia Jones, Wilson Early College; Alanna Lewis, Memorial High School; Jazmine Miles, Wilson Early College; Harold Mosley III, Wilson Early College; Jatavian Neal, Wilson Early College; Alexander Ned, Memorial High School; Heather Perrault, Wilson Early College; Heaven Perrault, Wilson Early College; Elysian Thomas, Wilson Early College. The Port Arthur Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. is recognizing its 2020 scholarship recipients, Ideal Students and Delta GEMS.Due to the COVID-19 virus, the annual May Week awards celebration has been cancelled.The 2020 scholarship recipients are Brianna Nicole Bush, Chloe Guidry, Kaila Symone Jackson and Brianna Lynn Julun. The senior participants in the sorority’s youth group, Delta GEMS, are: Bey’Ounce Banks, Aniyah Brannon, Brianna Bush, Cierra Carrington, Audrey Chavez, De’Janique Jones, Kynnedi Jones, Brianna Julun, Destini Lester, Deja’Lynn Smith, Bryanna Stevenson, Makaiya Tompkins, Shi’ya Toson, Capri Wilson, and Derriona Zeno.
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. A Port Arthur man whom police say they found intoxicated and lying on some steps at an apartment complex told officers his name was Jonathan Juhan, which is the same name of a well-known local attorney with commercials on TV.Besides failing to identify himself, he reportedly kicked and assaulted two officers while being placed in a patrol unit.Earlier this week a Jefferson County grand jury indicted Kevin Kenneth Provost, 26, for two counts of assault on a peace officer for an incident that occurred March 5. According to the affidavit for arrest, officers were at Avery Trace Apartments, 4160 FM 365, to serve a warrant and saw a man lying on the stairs. The man appeared unresponsive, so police checked his welfare and were able to wake him after a short time.Police were unable to locate anyone who could take responsibility for the man, whose speech was thick and slurred and officers believed him to be intoxicated.The man, later identified as Provost, reportedly refused to answer questions from police and gave the false name. He was arrested for failure to identify and public intoxication, but as officers began to bring him to the car, he started kicking his legs and refusing to walk.He continued resisting, the document stated, and when seated in the back of the vehicle, began kicking again, striking one officer in the chest and another in the right hand.Provost was brought to the Medical Center of Southeast Texas for medical clearance before being taken to the Jefferson County Correctional Facility.Provost remains in jail on two $15,000 bonds each for assault on a peace officer.
The Port Arthur Tax Office is closed through Friday due to illness. The Port Arthur office is expected to reopen Monday (Oct. 12) with normal business hours.The Beaumont and Mid-County offices are open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. serving the public as well as automobile dealers and financial institutions.
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