Have Plastic Bags?


  Have Plastic Bags? Want to learn to make a mat/rug to use at home or the outdoors? Adults join us in learning how to make Braided Rugs from Plastic Bags. Gather up all those leftover plastic bags along with a 8mm or any large crochet hook and bring with you on Saturday, August 29, ...

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Stringer Recipient


Triston Stringer was named the Orange Community Player scholarship recipient for 2015.  Here he is shown with OCP Board Vice President Paul Burch and Board Member Evita Kemmer. ...

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Lutcher Service Guild Seeks New Volunteers


As the Lutcher Theater prepares for the 2015-16 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 6th, from 5:30-7:00 pm on the Lutcher Theater ...

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Retirement Past Due For Will

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Thursday was Sue Will’s last day of drawing a paycheck for working at the Orange Public Library. After 20 years on the job, she retired. However, she’ll be back, she told a group gathered for an afternoon reception. She said she plans to come and volunteer at the library. Will retired to spend more time ...

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Whataburger Raises Money for MDA

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Dylan Hall was the guest of honor Wednesday as Whataburger stores in Orange County raised thousands of dollars for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.  The Texas chain donated 25% of proceeds from sales between 5-8pm to MDA.  Hall lives in Bridge City after moving from Dayton.  Many people, including Whataguy, came by to talk and take ...

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OF Ag Gets Check


DuPont Sabine River Works employee Danny Odom the recipient of the DuPont Volunteer Award presents a check for $1,000.00 to Orangefield High School Agriculture Teacher Mr. Chad Jenkins.   ...

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Richard CD Has Local Flavor

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Chad Richard can vocalize the soul in an Otis Redding song or pick a guitar tune like a Hill Country Texan. But his best comes out in original lyrics and music that go back to the tradition of the singing storyteller. He’s put everything together in an album that has roots in Orange County, his ...

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Three Receive Degree


Danny Odom, Vicki Odom and Bo Henley (in suit) received the highest degree of honorary membership which can be bestowed at the state level by the Texas FFA Association,  The” Honorary Lone Star FFA Degree”. This prestigious award was presented at the 87th Texas FFA Convention in Corpus Christi Friday, July 17, 2015.  They were  among a ...

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UW Gets Check

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Invista presents corporate check to Linn Cardner of United Way in the amount of $15,000.  Back Row (L to R): Angela Baker and Doug Speers–Plant Manager of Invista. Front Row (L to R) Mary Lou Klinkhammer, Linn Cardner–Executive Director of United Way, and George Russell. ...

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Sweet Dreams Do Come True

Cheri Walston

  In August of 2014 expanding an already successful home business was the last thing on Cheri Walston’s mind.   She was recovering from Triple Bypass heart surgery and hoping to be able to continue her impressive list of current repeat customers. Fast forward life six months later…As fate would have it a local business owner ...

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