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Orange County gives a ‘whole lot of hope’ at Relay for Life
The 14th Annual Orange County Relay for Life was a successful event Friday night despite the wind and cooler temperatures.
Little Cypress-Mauriceville’s Key Club prepares to clean up their “adopted” stretch of MLK Drive near the LC-M Consolidated Independent School District’s Administration Building on Saturday, April 27.
Power loss leaves 9K in the dark on Friday
A problem with a transmission line cut power to thousands of residents and businesses on Friday.
Rewarding zero deficiencies
Orange Villa Nursing and Rehabilitation, 510 3rd Street in Orange, held a Barbecue for employees for having zero deficiencies during a recent audit.
Lyons Den offers ‘Free Comic Book Day’ this Saturday
Lyons Den Comic Book and Game Store is preparing for a special event this Saturday. Free comic book day.
VHS students win big in Vidor Rotary’s essay contest
For the third year in a row, Vidor Rotary Club has hosted an essay contest based on their “Four-Way Test.”
Johnson completes Construction Industry Certification
Bailey Johnson, a senior at Vidor High School, has completed his OSHA ten-hour Construction Industry Certification.
OC observes National Day of Prayer Thursday
Orange County Commissioners Court proclaimed Thursday, May 2, as National Day of Prayer.
Special guest Texas Divisional Commander Lt. Colonel Ken Luyk was the speaker at The Salvation Army Annual Volunteer Recognition dinner on Monday.
Texas School Breakfast: Fighting Hunger and Improving Academics
The number of Texans who have trouble feeding their families has been growing for years, and the issue takes center stage today at the State Capitol.
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