ORANGE — The Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School UIL Prose/Poetry team competed at the Port Neches-Groves UIL Academic Meet on Saturday, Feb. 2. The team of eight saw every member advance from preliminary to semi-final competition with six readers reaching the final round. Placing in Finals were, from left, Kristin Yokum, third place in Prose; Jacob Richard, sixth place in Prose; Haley Wright, first place in Prose; Triston Stringer, second place in Poetry; Rebecca Sanford, third place in Poetry; and Alex Borel, seventh place in Poetry. The team is coached by LC-M Theatre Director Cory Broom.
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BC officials begin budget talks
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Cosby opens Lutcher's 35th season in style
The Lutcher Theater for the Performing Arts 35th season kicked off in fine fashion with two sold-out performances on Thursday and Friday nights by the legendary Bill Cosby. The capacity crowd laughed from start to finish as Cosby spoke about marriage, bodily functions, age, his hotel and the papermill. The Lutcher’s 35th season continues with the next production being Lyle Lovett and His Large Band on Tuesday, Sept. 9. Visit www.lutcher.org for more information.
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