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A TIME FOR GIVING THANKS It’s come on Thanksgiving time and we certainly have plenty to be thankful for. It looks like Thanksgiving time I remember as a boy with the changing of the leaves. It’s not New England but
James Joseph (Jim) Molley Sr., 94 of Orange, passed away Monday, Nov. 24, at the Meadows Nursing home in Orange. He has fought the good fight and is now with his heavenly Father, in the company of the many friends
The WOS Boys Basketball game at PNG on Dec. 16 has been cancelled.
Alix Broussard, 93, of Bridge City, passed away Nov. 24, at Summer Place Nursing Home in Beaumont. A graveside service will be at 10:00 am, Friday, Nov. 28, at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens in Orange.
St. Mary Student Council hosted the Texas Association of Student Councils Middle Level Conference in San Marcos. The state team consisted of Shelby Smith, Megan Do, Elizabeth Johns, Adrian Willingham, Amber Lester, Krystal Lester, Elizabeth Doan, Thomas Nguyen, Nicholas Wilson,
The team of Oak Bluff Memorial Park have always believed their work is a “mission of service,” considering it a privilege to help families during a most difficult time in their lives. Because the loss of a loved one can
The holiday season is upon us. And just as we prepare for Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and visiting the malls and shopping centers, thieves are also preparing to shop . . . . . in your vehicle.The Texas Auto Burglary and Theft
As this season of Dancing With the Stars comes to a close, fans in Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana can look forward to their “dancing fix” with the recently added Dancing Pros:Live!, presented by the Lutcher Theater, March 10, 2015 at 7:30 PM. Tickets
DuPont Sabine River Works received the Local Employer of Excellence Award for the Workforce Solutions Southeast Texas area at the recent Texas Workforce Commission’s (TWC) 18th Annual Texas Workforce Conference held earlier this month. The Local Employer of Excellence Award
The Celebration of Life for Mr. Timothy Ray Collins, Sr., 57, of Houston, will be Saturday, Nov. 29, at 11:00 a.m., at the Starlight Church of God In Christ. Rites of Christian Burial will follow in Hollywood Community Cemetery under the
Louise Anna Winn, 94, of Orange, passed away Friday, Nov, 21 at Pinehurst Nursing and Rehabilitation in Orange. Arrangements are pending with Dorman Funeral Home in Orange.
William “Bill” Ogg, of Orangefield, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 25. Funeral services are pending with Claybar Funeral Home.
Less than half a century ago what is now the heart of Orange and what is still referred to by many as “the Circle” was a beautiful Forest with towering Pines and majestic Bur and White Oaks. Children from 28th
Officers from the Orange Police Department responded to the following calls between Nov. 24 and the morning of Nov. 25: Suspicious activity, 1006 W. Orange Warrant service, 900 W. Elm Ave. Traffic accident, Camellia and Amaryllis Damaged property, 1912 16th
Michael Lynn Gore, 55, of Silsbee, died Thursday, Nov. 20. He was born July 3, 1959, to Dorothy Ashcraft Gore and Thomas Gore, in Galveston. Mike was a heavy equipment operator. Survivors include his wife, Jenni Gore; daughters, Haley and Hanna
Lamar Institute of Technology will be closed on Nov. 27 and 28 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. Classes will not meet, and all offices will be closed. Classes will resume on Dec. 1.
Officers from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls between Nov. 19 and Nov. 25: Nov. 19: Criminal mischief, 8730 Tulane Rd., Orange Disturbance, 7780 Raintree Ln., Orange Disturbance, 3805 Brent Dr., Orange Nov. 20: Burglary of
The City of West Orange will hold their annual Christmas tree lighting celebration Monday, Dec. 1, at 6:00 pm., at the gazebo adjacent to City Hall, 2700 Western Ave. Those in attendance will enjoy holiday activities including the tree lighting,
“I loved that movie,” said 15 year old Isaac, “but I couldn’t believe it was the name of a fishing bait as well.I thought Dad was kidding when he said y’all caught your fish on Usual Suspects last week.“Which came
The Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce recognized Jeanie Istre as the School District Employee of the Month for November. Jeannie Istre is West Orange – Stark High School’s Literacy Coach. Primarily, she assists in the support of teachers. Additionally,