ORANGE — The 18th Annual Community Trash Off was held from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 9. The West Orange-Stark Middle School Student Council participated for the tenth year as part of the community service program. The students, Ryan Ragsdale in boots, in the front, left to right: Markayla Mickey, Shatyra Allen, Jack Dallas, Dwaun Guidry, Jared Dupree, Chad Dallas, Paul Ivory, Isom Colbert, and Julian Celestino, are receiving final instructions before leaving for their designated area to clean-up. Not pictured but present and helped work are: Keyshawn Holman, Diamond Young, D'Ana Williams, and Breonciah Lister. The 7th and 8th graders are sponsored by Annely Domas.
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Ordinance passes regulating swimming at Bridge City Boat Ramp
Concerns for the safety of swimmers near the Bridge City Boat ramp lead to an ordinance banning swimming within 50 feet of the ramp.
Summer reading offers a fun learning environment for kids
School is out for the summer, in most locations, and the annual summer reading programs are raring to go.
Entertainment for the week of June 19 - June 25, 2013
Enjoy the summer with good friends and good music at any one or more of the area’s music venues.
UPDATE: Lake Charles Police searching for missing person
The Lake Charles Police Department is actively searching for a Missing Person, Leroy Stewart Sr, 84 years of age.
The City of Orange, City Council, Special Call Meeting on 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 18, has been CANCELED.
Masters of Arts in New Testament
John Davis Jones recently received his Masters of Arts in New Testament from Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, TN.
Rollover facing changing tide
The days of dropping a line and hooking a large flounder, pulling it from the teeming waters of Rollover Pass may soon be a thing of the past.
LC-M football player nominated for All American
Imagine being nominated for All American.
Sears site owned by City of Lake Charles sold
The former Sears Retail Site owned by the City of Lake Charles located in the 600 block of Ryan Street has been sold to FPL, LLC which is managed by Roger Landry.
Orange County Sheriff Posse announce scholarship winners
The members of the Orange County Sheriff Posse are proud to announce the presentation of three $500 scholarships.
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