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warning: shocking biter:gruntz Glimmerglass 3:28: thanks for the comment on "hunker down," which makes more sense than what I posted anon. 2:11. Glad to learn something new!I assumed wrongly that any word not in my Funk and Wagnalls 1963 was a new word. I do wonder if the meaning is "evolving. " By your earlier and more precise meaning one would "hunker down" to get over something unpleasant. Thus a team down four touchdowns would "hunker down" and wait for the game to end, so that it could begin to prepare for the more hopeful next game. But I do think the term is now used more for the team ahead. Perhaps for the winning team as well as for fans, the "hunkering down" involves the unpleasantness of not having any fun with interesting plays, etc. Both those ahead and those losing would, perhaps, want to avoid anything that could cause an injury, i. e. avoiding risks.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

Beaumont Police Detectives have made a third arrest in the April 11th homicide of Anthony Wilson. The suspect is a 15 year old male, therefore his identity can not be released. BPD will be scheduling a press conference for the early part of this week to address the circumstances surrounding the investigation, including the outpouring of support and assistance from the community. The details of the press conference will be announced at a later time, via press release. 2nd Press Release 4/14/19 5:30 a. m.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

There have been no reported Injuries/Fatalities or major damage to structures. City responders are still out assessing the damage. Updates will be made as more information becomes available. We are expecting to receive another round of storms tonight with the potential of the same hazards and rainfall rates. The Beaumont Emergency Operations Center EOC is activated to a level 3 increased readiness and will be monitoring these storms through Saturday, when a drier weather pattern is forecasted to return to our area. To report damage, call 311. Call 911 if the damage is life threatening. Be mindful of downed power lines and flash flooding. Stay off the roads if at all possible. If you live in an area prone to flooding, have a plan. Due to extensive power outages, PAISD is closed with the exception of Sabine Pass School.