VIDOR — Students from Vidor Elementary enjoy a beautiful autumn day hay-ride as they celebrate the school’s annual Fall Festival on Friday. Students were able to play on an inflatable obstacle course, and take part in games, crafts, face-painting, nail-painting, get up-close looks at a police car, ambulance and fire truck and much more. See more photos at www.orangeleader.com.
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Trinity Baptist to celebrate new location
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First Baptist Church Orange opens church for community
Connecting our Community to a Complete Life in Christ - Colossians 1:28 and First Baptist Church Orange Mission Statement
National Finalist, Emily Lafley
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After birth abortion
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Throw the book at him
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Lutcher Theater has 3 more events on tap for summer
The Lutcher Theater will be anything but quiet this summer.
Elementary student national finalist in essay competition
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