- The 1886 Hurricane and the Sabine Pass Lighthouse (June 2015)
- Woodson Pipkin Started First African-American School in Beaumont (May 2015)
- Accidental Meeting Helped Beaumont Get First Hospital (March 2015)
- Mark Wiess, Not Brownies, Told Stilwell Where to Build (August 2014)
- African-American neighborhoods grew where the people worked (May 2014)
- Influenza Epidemic Hit Beaumont in 1918 (February 2014)
Judy Linsley Judith Walker Linsley is a sixth-generation Jefferson County resident. Currently she is Curator of Interpretation and Education at McFaddin-Ward House Museum in Beaumont and an adjunct history instructor at Lamar University, where she earned her BA and MA degrees. Judy has co-authored two books: Beaumont: A Chronicle of Promise with Ellen Walker Rienstra, and Giant Under the Hill, A History of the Spindletop Oil Discovery in Beaumont, Texas, in 1901 with Rienstra and Jo Ann Stiles. She also formerly contributed to the "History Journal" column of the Beaumont Journal.