Category Archives: Orange County News
Another project funded by the 2013 Little Cypress-Mauriceville Bond Election broke ground on construction today. At Little Cypress Junior High, several community members were on hand for the ceremony, as well as school officials, board members, Bond Committee members and
A fatal hit and run auto/pedestrian accident is being investigated by Vidor police this morning. Vidor police chief, Dave Shows told local news sources that Carlton Lee Newman, 46, of Ore City, near Longview, died in the collision Tuesday morning.
Kindergarteners at Orangefield Elementary School concluded the week with the annual “Hat Parade”. Students were asked to design and/or wear a hat to school because “H” was the letter of the week.
Bridge City Fire & Rescue will be hosting an open house on Oct. 9, from 5:00 pm-9:00 pm. This event is open to the public. There will be a mock motor vehicle accident scene, smoke trailer, and many other exhibits for
The American Cancer Society will be hosting their 2014-2015 Orange County Relay For Life Team Captain Kick-Off event Oct. 6, starting at 6:00 p.m. at the Bridge City Community Center. Anyone interested in joining or learning more about our Relay For
The Orange County Livestock Show Association will host a livestock show and auction, Oct. 10-11 at the Barn on the Mauriceville Fairgrounds, located at Cohenour Rd. and Hwy. 62. The students participating are involved in either FFA within their schools,
St. Mary Catholic School is proud to announce Jessie Pham of Groves as the winner for the football fundraiser raffle ticket sale. This prize included two Dallas Cowboy vs Houston Texans tickets, two nights at the Dallas Hilton Gardens, and
Peggy Hale, Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD’s Instructional Technology Specialist, will hold a “Bring Your Own Technology” (BYOT) session for parents and students on October 2, at 8:00 a.m. in the LCM High School technology lab. The BYOT project allows LCM students in Grades 3 through
Jane Martin’s “Anton in Show Business” is a fast-paced, satirical look into the world of theatre as three women pursue their dream of performing a play by Anton Chekhov in Texas. Produced by the Department of Theatre & Dance at Lamar University,
St. Mary Catholic School Principal accepted a duct tape challenge if students reached a goal of sold raffle tickets. The students reached the goal, won the challenge and as you can see the principal, Donna Darby followed through with the
The National Weather Service in Lake Charles is expecting rain chances to increase this weekend, especially in south central Louisiana. Rain totals will be between 0.25-0.75 inch in that region. Southeast Texas and southwest and central Louisiana will only carry
St. Mary Catholic School recently participated in See You at the Pole. See You at the Pole (SYATP) is an annual gathering of Christian students of all ages at a flagpole in front of their local school for prayer, scripture-reading and
Superintendent Douglas Neighbor announced today that Big Thicket National Preserve will be issuing 21 trapping permits for the 2014-15 State of Texas trapping season, which starts Dec. 1, and runs through Jan. 31, 2015. Limited permits will be available for
The Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting for Thayer Dance Academy. The studio carries a long tradition of excellence with graduates continuing their dance careers as professional dancers in companies across the United States. Rose