ORANGE — Vidor Rotary Club president Tim Andrews, second from right, and Vidor ISD Superintendent of Schools Dr. Jay Killgo, right, both Rotarians, joined the club in honoring six students as Students of the Month and Rotarians for a day at the club’s weekly meeting on Sept. 9. Honored, left to right, were Shanice Hagler, Hannah LeBlanc, Chad Greathouse, Shelbee Wilhelm and Fred Smith. Not present was honoree Kaylee Breaux.
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Friends of the Orange Depot speak at Orange County Historical Society meeting
Save the depot!
Junior Achievement introduces 155 students to local industry engineers
To mark National Engineers Week, Junior Achievement of the Golden Triangle held its third annual Engineering Job Shadow lunch Wednesday, Feb. 19 at the Beaumont Event Center.
Earl Thomas III kicks off ETIII Guardian Angel Foundation
Earl Thomas III kicked off ETIII Guardian Angel Foundation just one month after The Seattle Seahawks beat the Denver Broncos in the XLVIII Super Bowl.
Business of the Month
Walgreens, located at 1790 Texas Avenue in Bridge City, was recognized as the Business of the month for January during the Bridge City Chamber of Commerce Monthly Networking Coffee event....
Area Calendar of Events
Below is a listing of area events....
May elections taking shape
The May 10 general election is beginning to take shape.
Red and White Tea and Hat show this Sunday
The Senior Gospel Choir of Mount Olive Baptist Church is hosting the 23rd annual Red and White Tea and Hat show this Sunday.
Blue Santa gives thanks
The Vidor Police Department’s Blue Santa Program had a successful Christmas thanks to the generosity of the community.
Hundreds volunteer Saturday to keep community clean
More than 300 people turned out this past Saturday for the largest annual trash collection event in Orange County.
City honors Manuel’s 90th birthday
A family searched for a way to honor and give thanks to a woman who instilled Christian values in their lives.
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