Category Archives: Orange County News
Voters have been turning out in higher than normal turnout at the polls to mark their ballot on the proposed $25 million bond election for the Bridge City Independent School District. Early voting began continues through Oct. 31, followed by
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
This item is perfect for Thanksgiving and Christmas office parties. I have taken this to family gatherings and parties many times. Not only is it easy to make, but it can be made ahead of time and frozen or refrigerated.
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
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
There’s a possibility that current Orange County Judge Carl Thibodeaux may stay in office a little longer than he anticipated. Major Brint Carlton, Republican nominee for Orange County judge and assistant district attorney is currently stationed in Italy to assist
The second week of Early Voting for the 2014 General Election on Nov. 4 remained steady according to data from the Orange County Elections Administration office.Overall, there are 6,564 votes cast in the county. As of Monday, Oct. 27, there was a
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
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,
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,
The American Legion, Lloyd Grubbs Auxiliary Unit 49 invites the public to their flag retirement, and POW-MIA ceremonies, at 5:30, Nov. 11, at the post home. If you have never attended a flag retirement, you are urged to attend, and
Jeepers4JESUS and The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce are partnering with the Bridge City / Orangefield Ministerial Alliance for a ThanksGIVING food drive. Items needed are: canned yams, cornbread mix, stuffing mix, cranberry sauce, cake mix, cake frosting, evaporated milk,
The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that it has named Professional Dental Center as Business of the Month for October. Dr. David Olson, accepted the award from Bridge City Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Elyse Thibodeaux on Oct.
Direct from Broadway, Sister Act, the hilarious, five-time Tony-nominated musical smash, is coming to Orange. Called “In a word, divine!” by the Associated Press, Sister Act opens at the Lutcher Theater on Nov. 8, for two performances at 2:00 and
St. Mary Catholic School Staff displays their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month by wearing their “Pink Out” attire. St. Mary Catholic School is beginning there Red Ribbon Week Activities of Drug Awareness with Pink Out Day. Students and staff