WWII veteran to be promoted from private to admiral in one day
70 years not too late for longtime nursing home watchdog
10,000 volunteers to descend on Texas shoreline
Every year, beachgoers leave tons of trash on Texas beaches. And even more washes up from the Gulf of Mexico.
Orange County marriage licenses issued Sept. 9 - Sept. 13, 2013
The following couples were reported to have obtained marriage licenses in the office of Karen Jo Vance, Orange County Clerk, during the week of Sept. 9 - Sept. 13, 2013:
Submit photos to honor those touched by breast cancer
In recognition of October being breast cancer awareness month, The Orange Leader will publish a special section in the weekend edition, Saturday-Sunday, Oct. 12-13, as a way to salute breast cancer survivors and honor the memory of breast cancer victims.
War hero returns home 60 years after death
A soldier who died decades ago as a POW has finally come home.
Overall, the area food establishments had a good week concerning health code inspections.
OC Board of Realtors presents check for OCB Realtors Memorial Scholarship
The Orange County Board of Realtors presented a $15,000 check to Lamar State College-Orange for the Orange County Board of Realtors Memorial Scholarship.
Looking back at Ike
Hurricane Ike will live in the memory of Southeast Texans, especially residents of Orange County, for years to come.
Orange County communities show growth since Ike
Five years after Hurricane Ike, the remnants of its devastating storm surge and catastrophic damage have healed but the scars remain.
A new way to joy ride
Heads were turning as two helicopters landed in a small field located between K-Dan’s Grocery Store, 9604 Hwy. 105 in Orangefield and the Bridge City Orangefield Volunteer Fire Department Station on Thursday.
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