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Bridge City Police Beat (March 9 - March 15, 2014)
The Bridge City Police Department responded to the following calls from March 9 - March 15, 2014.
City employee retires after 13 years
Donna Gothia celebrated her retirement after 13 years of service with the City of Orange on Friday with family and friends at City Hall.
OC sales tax figures show mixed results
Consumer confidence remains mixed, depending on what part of Orange County you reside if the latest state sales tax reports are an indication.
Two arrested in school vandalism case
Two teenagers are in custody following an investigation of vandalism at a local school.
Bloomin’ Crazy Plant Fair set for Saturday
If you have a green thumb and are ready to make your garden grow or your property bloom, then this Saturday’s plant sale may be what you are looking for.
Dinner theater event helps support local organization
A yearly fundraising event not only provides lots of laughter and entertainment, but it also helps one organization support its business community.
Fire damages old FBC property acquired by Stark Foundation
A fire late Monday caused moderate damage to a historic building in downtown Orange.
County welcomes 2 new new Extension Agents
Orange County Commissioners Court welcomed new Extension Agent Family and Consumer Sciences Fallon Foster and Extension Agent 4-H and Youth Development Christina Perez.
Speaking against Confederate History and Heritage Month
Leslie Barras, attorney and a great-great granddaughter of a Confederate veteran, asked Orange County Commissioners Court, during citizen comments, to reconsider proclaiming this April as Confederate History and Heritage Month in Orange County.
Decent Store, 110 Texla Road in Vidor, received several demerits during a recent health code and compliance inspection.
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