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Lynwood Sanders

 Longtime local attorney Lynwood Sanders died Friday. He was the president and general counsel for Sabine Title Company and specialized in real estate law. Sanders graduated from LSU law school in 1957 and the moved to Orange where he began his career in real estate law. His downtown law office complex has been one of ...

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Marriage Licenses December 8, 2014 through December 12, 2014

 Marriage Licenses Issued By The Office of Karen Jo Vance, Orange County Clerk For the Week of December 8, 2014 through December 12, 2014. David L. Erway and Carey D. Bailey, Vincent L. Smith and Virgie M. Nixon, Daniel K. Williamson and Danielle S. Decker, John T. Smith and Madelyn M. Benoit, Joseph W. Dougharty ...

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Two Orangeites Indicted

 Two Orange residents were among five people pleading guilty to federal counterfeiting charges in connection with counterfeit checks that were cashed for more than $110,000. Four of the people pleaded guilty to conspiracy to counterfeit business checks today before U.S. Magistrate Judge Keith F. Giblin. The four are 31-year-old Sonja DeAnn Lee of Orange, 36-year-old ...

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KOGT/Granger Can Drive is Thursday!

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The 5th Annual KOGT / Granger Chevrolet Food Drive for the Salvation Army in Orange and Orange Christian Services is Thursday from 7am-9am at Granger Chevrolet on MacArthur Drive.  Drive thru service for your convenience!  Be a part of something good in Orange!  One can or a box full…we want to see you! ...

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Area Christmas Events

The Christmas season has arrived and Orange County has a sleigh-full of holiday activities ahead. Music, Santa Claus, lighted trees, music and cookies will abound. Some of the events are free and some have small fees. West Orange tree lighting is Monday at 6 p.m. at Seale-Alford Plaza. Traditional activities include County Judge Carl Thibodeaux ...

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Beautiful Trees

The polar vortex earlier in the month has turned Orange to orange, red, gold, deep purple and sienna. Trees that do not usually change in this region’s subtropical climate are putting on a show. “We’re seeing extra color now,” said Rick Lewandowski, director of Shangri La Botanical Gardens and Nature Center. Areas in the north ...

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Marriage Licenses

Marriage Licenses Issued By The Office of Karen Jo Vance, Orange County Clerk For the Week of November 24, 2014 through November 26, 2014. Blaine R. Caillier and Regina C. Toohey, Ed W. Granger and Carol D. Holmes, Juan L. Gomez Moreno and Maria L. Moreno Castaneda, Danny DeJohn and Vivian M. Kelly. Teddy J. ...

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Nurse Recognized

Peggy Claybar, of Orange, who works as a nurse at Christus St. Mary Hospital in Port Arthur, was recently honored with the Daisy Award for Extraordinary Nurses.  DAISY is an acronym for Diseases Attacking the Immune System. The Foundation was formed in November, 1999, by the family of J. Patrick Barnes who died at age ...

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The Trains are coming!

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Grace Lutheran Church, along with the Southeast Texas Model Railroad Club would like to invite you to National Model Railroad Open House at the church on Saturday November 29 and Sunday November 30. Times will be from 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday and Noon to 4 pm on Sunday. There will also be ...

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Thanksgiving closings

All non-emergency offices for Orange County and the cities of Orange, West Orange, Pinehurst, Bridge City and Vidor will be closed Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving. Vidor will be the only city with garbage service on Thursday. Garbage pickup schedules are: Orange: No pickup Thursday. Regular Thursday routes will be on Friday and Friday customers ...

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