ORANGE — John Davis Jones recently received his Masters of Arts in New Testament from Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, TN. John is the son of Barry and Kathy Jones of Orange, and a 2007 graduate of Little Cypress Mauriceville High School. John and his wife, Erin, will be leaving in August 2013 to serve as missionaries in Porirua, New Zealand. Their work there is being supported by the churches of Christ, including John's home congregation, the Ninth and Elm Church of Christ.
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Bridge City Christmas parade postponed until Dec. 14
The threat of inclement weather this weekend has forced organizers to postpone a much anticipated yearly event.
WO Christmas Tree Lighting Celebration
A Christmas Tree Lighting Celebration, an annual event for the city of West Orange, is 6 p.m. Monday at the West Orange Community Center, 2700 Western Ave., West Orange.
Broken floor tiles, a cooler door in need of repairs and rusted storage shelves lead to Waffle House #523, 4212 27th Street, Orange, received a 90 out of a possible 100 during a recent health inspection.
Sabine Federal Credit Union donates to Julie Rogers “Gift of Life”
Representatives of Sabine Federal Credit Union in Orange present a check for $1,000 to the Julie Rogers “Gift of Life” on Thursday afternoon.
OJHS students inducted into National Junior Honor Society
The following Orangefield Junior High students were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society in October:
West Orange Police Beat (Oct. 13 - Oct. 19, 2013)
The West Orange Police Department responded to the following calls from Oct. 13 - Oct. 19, 2013.
INVISTA present check to Orange Lions Club
Chris Kovatch, at left, vice president and carnival chairperson of the Orange Lions Club, accepts a $2,000 donation from George Russell, Quality Lab Manager, on behalf of INVISTA earlier this week.
Tribute to Lady Liberty
Mrs. Jackson’s fifth grade class at Community Christian School did a first class job on its admission for the Shangri La Scarecrow contest.
Vidor Rotary Club Students of the Month
Vidor Rotary Club was proud to host six outstanding young men and women as Students of the Month at their weekly meeting on Monday.
Miss Nelson Has A Field Day
The Vidor Public Library held Itty Bitty Story Time on Oct. 17 where director Colette Turner read “Miss Nelson Has A Field Day” by Harry Allard to the audience.
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