LITTLE CYPRESS — 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.” Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5, and Saturday, Dec. 7, as well as 2:30 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 8, in the LC-M High School Auditorium. This dramatic play about the Salem Witch Trials is intended for mature audiences only. Tickets are $4 for students and $6 for adults and can be purchased at the door. The group is under the direction of LC-M Theatre Director Cory Broom and Theatre Assistant Caroline Hennigan.
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A man and a woman were arrested Wednesday afternoon for narcotics possession and firearms violations.
Newly formed Historic Orange Preservation Empowerment to help homeowners
Historic Orange Preservation Empowerment (HOPE) has been formed to “support, facilitate, and improve the economic, cultural, aesthetic, historic, social, and environmental setting, well-being, and quality of life in Orange and Orange County, Texas.”
Kiwanis Club gets schooled on LSC-O’s EMS program
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Orange joins National Dance Day with event Saturday
Put on your dancing shoes and head to downtown this weekend for the biggest dance event in the country.
Man sentenced to 35 years for sexual assault
A man from Orange has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for sexual assault of a child.
Food for thought
Dan Maher, Executive Director of the Southeast Texas Food Bank, was the guest speaker at Monday’s Vidor Rotary Club meeting. He spoke about the food bank's many programs.
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Cell phone use, dead roaches, flies lead to health score demerits
Eggs rolls at unsafe temperatures , dead roaches and feces found on top of a cooler and moldy produce were found at General Wok #6, 1803 16th Street in Orange, during a recent routine health and code compliance inspection resulting in a health score of 78 out of a possible 100.
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