Pinehurst Brings In Big Containers


Republic Services will continue to be the garbage collector in the city of Pinehurst for another three years. The Pinehurst City Council approved the three year contract Tuesday evening with Republic at no increase in price for residential and commercial customers. Bill Voigtman with Republic said the company will pick up the garbage once a ...

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House fire on Burton St


Orange Fire fighters responded to a house fire at 708 Burton Tuesday night.  No one was inside when the fire started according to Fire Marshal John Bilbo and Deputy Fire Chief Lee Anne Brown said it may have started at an electrical outlet where appliances were plugged. The American Red Cross was called in to ...

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LCM Attends Cheer Camp

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The Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School cheerleaders attended UCA Camp July 21-24 at Texas A&M University.  Freshman squad comprised of Raley Broussard, Kati Foskey, Rylie George, Mallory Lisle, Rylee Locke, Karlie Morgan, Reagan Odom (Head Cheerleader), Maggie Pigg, Krissy Smith, and Alexis Trichell.  JV squad comprised of Carlee Borel, Jodi Cabiness, Lani Daniels, Haley Edwards (Head ...

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Boom Wins In Florida


Texas Boom 12U competed in the USFA World Series this past week in Panama City,FL. They went Undefeated thru the tournament to win the 12u division. These young ladies played great defense and only gave up 1 run in bracket play all week. Ryden Stanfield, Karleigh Hensley, Rayven Fuss, Sierra Wiltz, Emma Humplik, Megan Peveto, ...

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Pinehurst Police Qualify


Officers with the Pinehurst Police Department qualified in weapons training this month at the Chief John Tarver Training Center on FM 1442 in Orange County. Pinehurst Police Chief Fred Hanauer said he and seven of his officers all qualified in the use of their primary weapons which are .40-caliber Glock 22 or 23 semi-automatic pistols ...

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Natalie Vivian Teal

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Natalie Vivian Teal, 85, of Orange passed away on Monday, July 27, 2015 at Oakwood Manor Nursing Home in Vidor. Natalie was born on February 13, 1930 in New Iberia, Louisiana to parents Martha (Dugas) and Felix Sheridan Fridley. She had lived in the Orange area since 1966 and was a member of St. Francis ...

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Methodists Show Good Will

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Twenty years ago, Joe Will built his house with the expansive porch and log-covered exterior. His wife, Sue, filled the porch with rocking chairs for family and friends to relax. These days, Will can’t go up the four steps to the porch. He has what’s commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis ...

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Public Defender Workshop

Public Defenders for capital cases gave a presentation to the Commissioners Court during a workshop Tuesday afternoon. The 8-year old agency provides qualified defense attorneys for defendants in capital murder cases. The service does come at a cost to the county. Jack Stoffregen with the Public Defenders said the premium to Orange County would be ...

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Barbara Murray Sparks Brady

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Barbara Murray Sparks Brady, 85, of Orange, Texas, went home to be with Jesus on July 27, 2015, at Pinehurst Nursing and Rehab in Orange. Private family services were held prior to cremation. Born in Bryan, Texas, on March 26, 1930, she was the daughter of Horace Murray and Albertine Baird. Barbara was a member ...

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BC, WOS Season Football Tickets


WOS Season Tickets Current season ticket holders can purchase their 2015 football tickets during our two day sale August 4th & 5th from 9:00-12:00 and 1:00-3:00.  Tickets can be purchased at the Athletic Office at West Orange-Stark High School. Season tickets will be go sale to the general public during our two day sale August ...

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