ORANGE — Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Court St. Cecilia #1396 sponsored their annual education contest. The following students received 1st place in the Art category; Division I (4th and 5th grade), Amiyah LeBlanc and Division II (6th, 7th and 8th grade), Olivia Fuselier. For the essay category; Division II, 3rd place went to Elijah Vigil, 2nd place to Lydia Covington and 1st place to Megan Do. In the poetry category, Division I; Honorable Mention went to Jagger McCullom, 3rd place – Slade Foreman, 2nd place – Anthony Bandiero and 1st place – Emilie Mayfield. In Division II; Honorable Mention – Jenna McCorvy, 3rd place - Ian McHann, 2nd place – Bryce McAllister and 1st place - Lauren Abrego. In Division IV, for CDA members, Jackie Spears received 1st place for her photography entry and JoAnn Sparacino received 1st place for her poetry entry. All 1st place entries are sent to compete on the state level.
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GOACC welcomes Computer Shak to membership
The Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed its newest member, Computer Shak, with a ribbon cutting ceremony recently.
Tolman benefit set for Saturday
A benefit will be held this weekend to help the father of a a teenage girl who was seriously injured in a motorcycle wreck this spring, which also claimed the life of his wife.
BCISD to hold community meeting Thursday
The Bridge City Independent School District wants to hear from its citizens at a special meeting this Thursday evening.
Rental property, debris behind call for ‘Town Hall’ meeting
City officials are asking West Orange residents and rental property owners to attend a special meeting on Thursday afternoon.
WO council orders 11 homes demolished
City officials approved the demolition of nearly a dozen houses at Tuesday’s council meeting.
Road work to continue through Sunday on I-10
Motorists traveling Interstate 10 through Orange County may encounter slight delays as the state’s transportation department conducts road work over the next few days.
Bridge City High School yearbook students Bree Newsom, editor and Gabriel Alvarez, assistant editor, traveled to Texas A & M University in College Station to attend the Balfour Communications Workshop July 18 - July 21.
LSC-O instructor receives international recognition
An instructor at LSC-O has receive international recognition for her work as an instructor in information technology.
Welcome to the Board
Nathaniel Colbert, standing at left, was officially sworn in earlier this week as the newest member of the West Orange-Cove Consolidated Independent School District’s Board of Trustees.
Have you seen the Sabine?
There is more to the Sabine River than meets the eye, if one only looks.
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