The Vidor Community Spotlight of the Week Award goes to Mutt & Jeff’s Restaurant and Catering Service located on 110 South Main Street, Vidor. Mutt & Jeff’s dates back to the
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The Republican Party will have a public forum Tuesday night in Vidor for the two county judge candidates and the two candidates for Precinct 4 commissioner. The forum is open to the public and
Marriage License : Issued By The office of Brandy Robertson, Orange County Clerk For the Week of January 22 , 2018 Thru February 2, 2018 Dennis W. Branch and Jennifer M. Brashear Ian C.
2018 TREASURE HUNT – CLUE 1: Monday; January 29 Believe it or not I was born in Egypt where I learned to throw a baseball very well. As a high school player, I pitched against a major
Orange County citizens repairing or rebuilding their homes damaged by Tropical Storm Harvey can receive free information and tips in Orange this week. Mitigation specialists with FEMA
The Jeep Parade on Friday at 6pm and the Krewe of Krewes parade Saturday at 5:30 will use the same route. The Munchkin Parade Saturday afternoon will use the shorter route below. Call the Chamber
If you’re a weather geek or fascinated with what Hurricane Harvey did to Texas, the National Weather Service has put together this report detailing what took place on the Texas coast in
Marriage Licenses Issued By The Office of Brandy Robertson, Orange County Clerk For the Week of January 22, 2018 through January 26, 2018 Charles L. Fitzgerald and Stephanie M. Clifton Jay P.
Pat McKee, left, and Sue Ferguson, both OCF (Orange County Friends) members, have fun delivering prizes at a recent OCF Day Bunco gathering. OCF was formerly known as Orange County Newcomers.
The Orange City Council paid tribute to enterprising youth during a meeting this week. Mayor Pro Tem Larry Spears invited three girls, 14-year-old Nia Hodges, 14-year-old Nia Lewis and