ORANGE — Lamar State College-Orange held the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Allied Health Nursing Building on Nov. 1. Construction on the new building is to begin immediately and will provide new, up-to-date labs, equipment and space for the college’s nursing department, as well as new classrooms for general use. Pictures, left to right, are: Regent David Montagne; Representative Allan Ritter; Dana Rogers, LSC-O Director of Finance; Corky Harmon, Chairman of the Lamar State College-Orange Foundation; Dr. Michael Shahan, President of LSC-O; Marsh Ragland, Skanska; Ian Powell, PBK Architects; Jerry Vandervoort, SpawGlass; Gina Simar, LSC-O Director of Allied Health.
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Gnats, dead roaches lower score for Senor Toro
Senor Toro Mexican Restaurant located at 2308 Lutcher Drive in Orange, received a 70 out of a possible 100 during a recent health code inspection.
Work begins on Vidor's Concord Road
Residents of Concord Road in Vidor may be willing to have their driving routines disrupted this week as the much needed road work begins.
Housing Authority Chairman resigns
City of Orange Council Member District 4 Mary McKenna announced her resignation as Chairman for the Board of Commissioners Housing Authority City of Orange during the 4 p.m. Housing Authority meeting on Tuesday.
Annual Memorial Day program set for Sunday
A long-standing tradition of honoring those who served and gave their lives in defense of their country will continue this Sunday afternoon in Orange.
Vidor church collecting items for tornado victims
A church with a reputation for helping those in need across the state is reaching out to its neighbors to the north.
Confederate park construction stalled but not stopped
Little has changed at the construction site for the Confederate Memorial of the Wind located near Interstate 10 and MLK in Orange since the end of April.
Celebrating 104 years young
Inez Turner, left, celebrated 104 years on Saturday, May 17.
Revival to help Orange African American Museum
Minister of Samaritan Way Outreach Ministries Barbara Myles wanted to do something to help the Orange African American Museum.
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Airman 1st Class Andrea K. Rhodes
OISD seeks assistance with Wall of Honor
The Orangefield Independent School District and its athletic department are wanted to recognize a select group of distinguished Bobcats.
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