BC Library Open After Renovations


The first phase of renovations to the Bridge City Public Library is complete.  The library reopened Monday after being closed for most of August to allow for renovations that have expanded the facility.  Librarian Mary Montgomery said the renovations have been in the works for over a decade.  Montgomery credits the Friends of the Library ...

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OC Marriage Licenses Aug. 15-19


Marriage License: Issued By The Office of Brandy Robertson, Orange County Clerk For the Week of August 15, 2016 thru August 19, 2016 Justin L. Hoffpauir and Leslie N. Foster Jeremy R. Lummus and Paris R. Burks Dallas A. James and Kali L. Utterback Larry Lewis, Jr and Kiauntae J. Normand Randy E. French and ...

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OCEDC Has New Website


The Orange County Economic Development Corporation is hoping to create an impactful, informative and interactive online experience with its updated website. The site address remains the same, orangecountyedc.com, but includes new features such as Business Resources, Infrastructure and Small Business Financing pages. Videos and graphics add to the experience of the site, further delivering information ...

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Theatre Guild Seeks New Volunteers


(ORANGE, TX) As the Lutcher Theater prepares for the 2016-17 Season, the Lutcher Theater Service Guild is seeking individuals interested in volunteering their time and talents to help promote and support the arts and the Lutcher in our community. This season’s membership drive is to be held Thursday, August 25, 2016, from 5:00-7:00 pm on ...

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OC Marriage Licenses Aug. 8-12


Marriage License: Issued By The Office of Brandy Robertson, Orange County Clerk For the week of August 8, 2016 thru August 12, 2016 Sean W. Robinson and Leadenisha D. Kimble Javied J. Akhtar and Gurinda Akhtar Jason D. Carter and Jamie L. Rickman-Goodwin Chad A. Hunter and Latisha D. Thibodeaux Sean A. Hamilton and Ashley ...

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Mike Hoke Day Held Aug. 12


The first annual Mike Hoke Day was held Friday at the Claiborne West Park. The outdoor awareness camp was for children ages 8 to 14 and was sponsored by the Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Office and the local Lower Sabine Neches Soil & Water Conservation District. Activities included catching insects in nets with representatives from ...

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Meteor Shower Thursday, Friday


The cosmos is lining up for a special light show but the weather across Southeast Texas might not cooperate for sky watchers. The National Weather Service is predicting cloudy skies Thursday and Friday nights when NASA says the Perseids meteor shower will be twice as active as usual. The Perseids meteor shower comes toward the ...

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Church News


  Go Missions Run 5k/10k run-walk to support missions will be held at FBC Orangefield on Saturday, September 24th at 8AM. This is going to be a fun way to support missions. This years spotlight ministry is the Bridge City/ Orangefield Ministerial Alliance. For more info visit www.fbcof.com/gomissionsrun or email us at gomissionsrun@gmail.com   The ...

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Junk Days In Mauriceville



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IV Training At LSCO

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Intravenous Therapy & Medication Administration Training (IV training) at Lamar State College Orange Saturday August 20, 2016 9:00 am to 1:00 pm Tuition: $50 Room: Room 126 Allied Health Building To register please call the Workforce Development department at 409-882-3321 or email: joanie.tandberg@lsco.edu ...

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