ORANGEFIELD — Orangefield and LC-M Meet in the Middle organizations participated in a morning of Bocce Ball and UNO to celebrate Eunice Kennedy Shriver Day, which was on Saturday, Sept. 28. “Play Unified and Live Unified” was the motto for the morning activities.
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Demolition project moves forward
City Council is entering into a Legal Services Agreement with Alan Sanders of Lewis, Brisbois, Bisgard and Smith LLP Attorneys at Law for legal services for the city of West Orange for project grants.
Leader of the Pack
Orangefield resident Lucas Mohan, a Webelo in Pack 125, was the top seller in his Pack in the annual Boy Scouts of America Popcorn Fundraiser.
Working together for the community
Members of organizations from CASA, counseling centers and law enforcement met Tuesday morning to work together for a strategic plan required to receive Criminal Justice Division (CJD) grant funds.
Village of the Nativity canceled
Cold temperatures and rain prevented the North Orange Baptist Church, 4775 North 16th Street, Orange, from setting up for the third annual Village of the Nativity, causing the event to be canceled for this year.
Vidor Police Beat (Nov. 24 - Nov. 30, 2013)
The Vidor Police Department responded to the following calls from Nov. 24 - Nov. 30, 2013.
March Primary elections set
The Primary party elections are set and ready to go.
Athena Award Winner
Beverly Theriot Perry, at left, receives the Athena Award from Stephen Lee of First Financial Bank during the Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Dinner Meeting on Tuesday night at Sunset Grove Country Club in Orange.
Christmas parade reset for Dec. 19
The annual Orange Christmas night-time parade is back on schedule. Again.
OCP celebrates season with 'Yuletide' joy
It is time to celebrate the season with a little “Yuletide” gladness at OCP.
Christmas in Orangefield welcome Big Thicket Outlaws
Big Thicket Outlaws are invading Orangefield during the annual Christmas in Orangefield festival, December 14 at the Orangefield Cormier Museum, 99674 Farm to Market 105.
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