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WOC Free Summer Feeding Program

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CJS Wins Community Service Award

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The 2017 Student Organization Community Service Award was presented to the Criminal Justice Society of Lamar state College-Orange on Thursday, May 4. This is the second year in a row for CJS to win the coveted award. The organization, comprised of 44 members, completed 803 volunteer hours covering 12 community events. Student members of the ...

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Bear Facts Recognized

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The staff of the Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School online newspaper, The LCM Bear Facts, has been awarded the honor of being a Student Newspapers Online (SNO) Distinguished Site for 2017. The staff met all six standards given by the SNO Distinguished Sites Recognition Program and earned badges in the following categories:   •             Excellence in ...

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Bertrand Signs LU Scholarship

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Alexis “Big Red” Bertrand of Bridge City will move her mascot talents to Lamar University after signing a scholarship Wednesday. Bertrand was named Top Mascot in Texas by the National Cheerleaders Association. She’s a two year NCA All-American mascot and has won ten Superior ribbons in her two years leading the cheers for the Cardinals. ...

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Five Receive Scholarships

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The Williams Diamond Daughters of the American Revolution of Orange County held a Good Citizenship Ceremony to recognize an outstanding student from each of the five area high schools. These students were chosen for their accomplishments at school and their contributions to their community. They are from left to right: Katelyn Vincent, Vidor ISD; Theresa ...

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BCCC Names May Students

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The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the May Student of the Month for Bridge City High School is Avery Harris.  Avery was presented her certificate and gift bag by Lifetime Chamber Ambassador Beverly Perry of Bridge City Bank, at the May Networking Coffee hosted by Caryn’s Bakery.  She received gift ...

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Officers Read To Class

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Beaumont Police Officers Jessica Weldon McCauley and Daniel McCauley read to students at Orangefield Elementary School recently.  Jessica is a 2009 Orangefield graduate.  The McCauley’s also spoke to the children about safety and the duties they perform.    ...

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LCMCISD Honor Roll

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Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD Fifth Grading Period Honor Roll   Little Cypress Elementary First Grade All A’sKallie Baugh, Ruben Claro, Emilie Ferrell, Jordan Hamilton, Caydence McCullough, Danariah Richards, Dylan Trotti, Tionne Armstrong, Taylor Bean, Caroline Claybar, Caleb Cooley, Ian Gomez, Charley Jones, Henley Kalena, Samuel Mashaney, Raihan Nibir, Jaydon Perritt, Jada Smith, Trent Smith, Brock Vandervoort, ...

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LCM Recognized For Transparency

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Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD Receives Recognition for Transparency Efforts from Texas Comptroller   Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD (LCM) is the latest local government entity to achieve specific transparency goals through the Comptroller’s Transparency Stars program. LCM received a star in the areas of Traditional Finances and Debt Obligation, which recognizes entities for ...

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BC’s Glawson Member of LSCPA SGA

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The newest class of Student Government Association officers at Lamar State College Port Arthur include, from left, Senator Colby Glawson of Bridge City, Senator Denay Pena of Port Arthur, President Keilah Baaheth of Groves, Secretary Kayla Kay of Nederland, Raul Torres of Port Arthur, and Ethan White of San Antonio.   LSCPA Student Government Association ...

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