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Karate instructor sentenced for child pornography


A 60-year-old Lumberton, man has been sentenced to federal prison for child pornography violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today. Ronald Seabridge, Sr., owner of Brass Dragon Karate, was found guilty by a

Dana Scott

Obit Scott

Dana Marie Scott, 13, of West Orange passed away Friday, Oct. 17,  at Baptist Hospital in Orange. Dana was born in Port Arthur, on April 18, 2001. She was lifelong resident of Orange and a member of New Anointing Full

Homer Will, Sr.

Obit Will

Homer Donald Will Sr., 85, of Orange passed away on Tuesday, Oct. 28, at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Beaumont. He was born on Aug. 21, 1929 in Beaumont, to Bruce Will and Lela (Buford) Will. He lived in the orange

Parolee busted on new drug charges

Marcus Robinson

Wednesday, Oct. 29, at approximately 2:30 p.m., the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, assisted by the Orange Police Department, conducted a search warrant at a residence in the 3100 block of Oakmont, in Orange. Detectives located 19 pounds of marijuana, two

Orange Police Beat

police beat

Officers from the Orange Police Department responded to the following calls between Oct. 28, 29, and the morning of Oct. 30: Assist public, 201 8th St. Stolen vehicle, 2525 Lutcher St. Traffic accident, Bob Hall at 16th St. overpass Public

Sharon A. Bauer

Sharon A. Bauer, 70, of Orange died Saturday, Oct. 25, at Harbor Hospice House in Beaumont. A native of DeQuicy, La, she was a longtime resident of Clear Lake and Vidor, before moving to Orange six months ago. Sharon was

Robert Garrett, Sr.

Robert Garrett, Sr., 57, of Beaumont died Monday, Oct. 27, at his residence. A native of Port Arthur, he was a longtime resident of Vidor before moving to Beaumont. Robert worked at Exxon Mobil for 31 years where he retired

Mary Guidroz

Obit Guidroz

Mary Guidroz, 79, of Vidor died Monday, Oct. 27, at her residence. A native of Huxley, she was a longtime resident of Vidor. Mary was Produce Manager for Weingartens and vice president of Jefferson County Singles Club. Funeral services will be

BCMS announces fundraiser for Gina Cessac

Bridge City Middle School is hosting a fundraiser to benefit Gina Cessac on Nov. 7, at BCMS Cafeteria. Coach Cessac was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, and the BCMS family is asking you to join us in supporting their beloved teacher.

Texas Rangers hand over case to Grand Jury

On July 11, the Texas Rangers initiated an investigation into the shooting death of Joseph Kevin Greer of Vidor at the request of Police Chief Dave Shows. Because the shooting death involved two Vidor police officers, the Texas Rangers were

Dan Harriman

Obit Harriman

Santa Dan Harriman, 63, of Orange, passed away Oct. 26, at Harbor Hospice House in Beaumont. A Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10:30 am, Thursday, Oct. 30, at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Orange. Officiating will

LU’s Edwards named to All League Team

Dominique Edwards

Lamar University forward Dominique Edwards was named to the second team of the Southland Conference’s Preseason All-League team the conference announced Tuesday. Edwards, a graduate student at Lamar this year, averaged 14.1 points and 8.0 rebounds for Lamar last season,

OCSO Weekly Reports

Sheriff badge

Officers from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls between Oct. 22 and Oct. 28: Oct. 22: Death investigation, 1340 Randi St., Vidor Assault, 275 Carla St., Vidor Criminal mischief, 7327 N. Hwy. 87 Assault, Main at

Carson Dove

Obit Dove

The Celebration of Life for Master Carson King Dove, two month old son of Cydney Simmons and Rodney Dove, Jr. will be Saturday at 9:00 a.m., during graveside services at Magnolia Memorial Gardens. He died Oct. 20. Survivors other than parents

Lamar Alum takes top spot in Marine Corps Marathon


Former Lamar cross country standout Samuel Kosgei took the top spot in the Marine Corps Marathon hosted in Arlington, Va. and Washington D.C. on Sunday. In just his third 26.2-mile race, Army Spec. Kosgei ran the marathon in two hours,

Public invited to candidate forum

Democratic Candidate for Texas Attorney General is the first Statewide Candidate to accept the invitation to attend a candidate forum for all candidates running for office on the November 4th General Election Ballot. Also scheduled to appear are Mike Cole

Book drive to benefit BC/OF Ministerial Alliance

Tiger Rock Martial Arts Bridge City Honors’ Team is holding a book drive for disadvantaged children. All books are due by Tuesday, Nov. 4, and can be dropped off at Tiger Rock Martial Arts, 1955 Miller Dr., Bridge City. All

LSC-PA nursing program affiliates with GTEC

LSCPA Nurses

One of the oldest nursing programs in the area is keeping up to date by joining forces with the newest provider of emergency care, Golden Triangle Emergency Center. Eursula Davis, coordinator of Lamar State College-Port Arthur’s Vocational Nursing (LVN) Program,

Texas ranks 10th best on business taxes


Texas has the 10th best tax climate in the U.S. according to the latest edition of the State Business Tax Climate Index, released this morning by the nonpartisan Tax Foundation. The Lone Star State’s rank remains unchanged since last October. The Index,

WOS first six weeks honor roll

West Orange-Stark Elementary has released their first six weeks honor roll: First Grade: Superintendent’s Honor Roll Jaden Arthur, Nataly Blackwell, Jackson Carter, Camron Cook, Geramicah Davis, John Depwe, Shara Doucet, Gracie Ducharme, Kaylee Ellis, Jasmine Fairley, Lauren Fitzsimmons, Ezekiel Getuya,

Bridge City girl bags first buck

Brooke Carpenter

Brooke Carpenter, 8, of Bridge City, killed her first deer while hunting with her dad, Brian, in Sabine County. The pair took to the woods on a recent Saturday evening during a youth hunting weekend. When the spike buck came