ORANGE — The former Texas Highway Information Station, the log cabin that was located near the Orange Animal Shelter, 806 Simmons Drive, was demolished early Wednesday morning, taking less than 20 minutes. The building was donated to the city of Orange by a private citizen in 2004. The city plans to salvage what can be from the building to be used in a future, yet unnamed, project.
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Orange County Strategic Planning Meeting on Tuesday
Annual feast celebrates Seniors
A special community tradition which has united a community for decades will be held once again this Saturday night.
LC-M Bear Stage Players production of Arthur Miller’s 'The Crucible'
Triston Stringer (junior) and Abigail Noah (sophomore) portray the leading roles of “John Procter” and “Abigail Williams” in the LC-M Bear Stage Players production of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible.”
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The annual City of West Orange Tree Lighting ceremony is fun yearly event for not only West Orange residents, but for the area.
National Model Railroad Month ends with open house
The Port Taylor and Pacific Railroad rides again.
Commissioners Court denies exceptions for recycling company
Bridge City Christmas parade postponed until Dec. 14
The threat of inclement weather this weekend has forced organizers to postpone a much anticipated yearly event.
Ribbon Cutting - Fresh Brew Group
The Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce held a Ribbon Cutting for the Fresh Brew Group on November 21, 2013.
Bringing the story of Christmas to life
North Orange Baptist Church is creating a way to experience the Christmas story up close and personal as the church family recreates the birth of Christ in first century Palestine.
Jingle Bell Walk and Fill the Sleigh event set for Saturday
A special event will be held the first Saturday in December to assist needy children living in southern Newton County.
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