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  • The Great Jungle Journey VBS

    Updated Jun 4, 2024

    Every day, our kids are bombarded with questions: Did God really create everything? Why do bad things happen? Was Noah’s ark real? Why do I need to be saved? Can I trust the Bible? At this VBS, your kids will explore the biblical answers to these questions as they set off on an epic adventure from Genesis to Revelation. Amid sloths, butterflies, river dolphins, and dart frogs, your children will sail along on a fun jungle cruise, stopping at seven ports of call. These ports a...

  • Woolley is BC Chamber BCHS Student of the Month for May

    Updated May 21, 2024

    The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce is has announced that the May Student of the Month for Bridge City is Addison Woolley. She is ranked 2 of 206 with a GPA of 4.86....

  • BC Chamber awards OF May Student of the Month to Zane Wrinkle

    Updated May 21, 2024

    The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce is announced that the May Student of the Month for Orangefield is Zane Wrinkle. Zane is ranked 18 of 124 with a GPA of 4.3....

  • Jenkins places 2nd at State UIL

    Updated May 21, 2024

    Orangefield High School senior, Kaitlyn Jenkins, placed 2nd in the state at the UIL competition in Austin for Computer Applications....

  • Dyer Signs With LSU for Colorguard

    Updated May 21, 2024

    Orangefield High School senior, Ava Dyer, signed to be a part of the preliminary colorguard team at LSU. She is a leader for the OHS colorguard, serving as captain. She is excited to continue at the collegiate level....

  • Wooley recipient of BBB Scholarship

    Updated May 21, 2024

    Congratulations to BC Senior Addison Wooley recipient of the BBB of Southeast Texas Education Fund $2500 Scholarship. Pictured are Orange County BBB Board Member Donna Peterson, Addison and BBB CEO Darren Erwin....

  • Rotary presents Josh the Otter Water Safety Program

    Updated May 14, 2024

    The Bridge City/Orangefield Rotary Club presented Josh the Otter Water Safety Program to Orangefield PreK and Kindergarten students. Each child also received a Josh the Otter Water Safety Booklet to take home to share with their families. Pictured are Rotarians Mellissa Issac, Lucy Fields, Essence Becker, Josh the Otter(Catalina Lawley), Shaun McAlpin, Mike Lund, Charlee Colette, and Karen Collier....

  • Luther Stark HS Reunion

    Updated May 14, 2024

    The Lutcher Stark HS Class of 1963 held their class reunion on May 4th, 2024. It was hosted and held at the Holiday Inn Express in Orange. Food was catered by Jerry Hughes and some fabulous desserts were furnished by several classmates. The class picture was courtesy of Macc Hughes....

  • OF Jr. High receives grant

    Updated May 14, 2024

    The Orangefield ISD Education Foundation donated $1,250 to Orangefield Jr. High to enhance the art program by purchasing a printing press. The donation was funded in part by the B.A. & E.W. Steinhagen Benevolent Trust through the Southeast Texas Arts Council....

  • Health Science Students Hold Teddy Bear Clinic

    Updated May 7, 2024

    Students from the HOSA-Future Health Professionals organization at Orangefield High School put on the first annual OES Teddy Bear Clinic. First graders were excited to bring stuffies from home for a well-check, complete with an ambulance visit. We would like to thank Acadian Ambulance Service for being a part of this event and providing exceptional first-aid care to these special patients. HOSA students ended the day with a tour of the new Christus Hospital-Orange facility...

  • OFHS Hosts First Annual Career Awards Night

    Updated May 7, 2024

    Orangefield High School Career and Technical Education Students celebrated their earning of an Industrial Based Certification during Career Awards Night. Those graduating students that completed a State Approved Program of Study with their Industrial Based Certification received their "Career Ready Honor Cord."...

  • Orangefield Health Science Students Earn Certification

    Updated May 7, 2024

    OHS would like to recognize and congratulate the following Health Science Technology students for passing their national Patient Care Technician certification exam. Because of their hard work and dedication, they are now ready to enter the healthcare workforce as Certified PCTs. These Bobcats have a bright future in healthcare!...

  • BCHS student Kelly is Rotary Student of the Month

    Updated May 7, 2024

    The Bridge City/Orangefield Rotary Club awarded Camden Kelly as their May Student of the Month for Bridge City High School. Camden plans to attend Stephen F. Austin University and pursue a degree in Aviation Science to become a pilot. He will also be throwing the Discus and Javelin as part of the Track team. Pictured are Jerry Jones-Rotary President, Jessica Kelly-Mother, CamdenStudent, Dr Mike Kelly-Father(BCISD Superintendent) and Dr Amanda James-BCHS Pri...

  • OFHS Students Learn CPR SKills

    Updated May 7, 2024

    Students in Mrs. Kimberly Spears' Child Development classes would like to thank Mr. Ricky Land, EMS Program Director at LSC-O, for coming to speak to them about First Aid Basics, Infant/Child Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation skills, and the Heimlich Maneuver. They hope they never have to use these trainings, but appreciate the preparation. These life saving skills are great for those that are around small children and specifically those that plan to babysit this...

  • History of the Paper Mill in Orange County

    Updated May 7, 2024

    The public is invited to join the Orange County Historical Society for their 2nd Quarter 2024 meeting. The meeting will be held at the Orange County Public Library, 220 5th St., Orange, Texas 77630 on Tuesday May 14 from 5:30-7:00 PM. Our speaker, Ken Steppe, will share his presentation on the Yellow Pine Paper Mill that began in Orange, Texas. Light refreshments will be served. All are invited to attend and participate....

  • LeBoeuf signs to cheer for the Lamar University Cardinals

    Updated May 7, 2024

    Orangefield senior, Bailey LeBoeuf, signed on to cheer for the Lamar University Cardinals. She has been a cheerleader for Orangefield all four years of high school and is excited to continue to cheer at the next level....

  • Rotary Orangefield Student Lawley recognized

    Updated May 7, 2024

    The Bridge City/Orangefield Rotary Club awarded Catalina Lawley as their May Student of the Month for Orangefield. Catalina has a GPA of 3.44 and ranks 51 out of 124 students. She plans to attend Stephen F Austin University to pursue degrees in Theater Arts and Psychology. Pictured are Jerry Jones-Rotary President, Shaun McAlpin-OFISD Superintendent, Chelsey DenayMother, Catalina-Student and Rea Wrinkle-OFHS Principal....

  • WOS crowns king and queen

    Updated Apr 30, 2024

    West Orange-Stark High students had their annual prom this past weekend in the school's new event center. King Tay-onrick Miller and Queen Caterin Flores were crowned during a ceremony. Photo by student journalist Aaron Miller....

  • Bridge City Prom royalty

    Updated Apr 30, 2024

    Bridge City High juniors and seniors held their annual prom this past Saturday at the Shahan Event Center of LSCO. The theme was 'Viva Las Vegas' and Elvis even appeared, or at least a guy student dressed in a sparkly-studded white jumpsuit. Mikail Molley was crowned king and Elizabeth 'Liz' bunch was named queen....

  • OFHS students travel to Blinn College to compete

    Updated Apr 30, 2024

    Recently 16 students traveled to Blinn College - Brenham to compete at the Region 3-3A UIL Academic meet. Three students earned medals and two will be competing at State in May. Congratulations to the Computer Applications medalist: Kaitlyn Jenkins-1st Place and Brianna Moore-4th Place (sponsor Mrs. Bellard) and Informative Speaking medalist: Sidney Holderman-2nd Place (sponsor Mrs. Trahan)....

  • Rotary Club of Orange to hold event

    Updated Apr 30, 2024

    The Rotary Club of Orange, in partnership with Mathews Jewelers Orange, invites the community to Sip ‘n Shop on Saturday, May 4 from Noon to 4:00 p.m. at Free State Cellars, 4702 Tejas Parkway, Orange. The event raises funds for Rotary Club scholarships for local graduating seniors. The fun event will include door prizes and raffles for gift items donated by community members and businesses. Admission is free. Mathews Jewelers Orange will bring an array of jewelry designs f...

  • BC weightlifters honored

    Updated Apr 23, 2024

    The Bridge City school board Monday honored members of the high school weightlifting team who made it to the state competition. The honorees are Avery Weidner, Hallie Bearden, Gaby Shaffer, Gabby Moore, Presley Lackey, and Nick LeJeune....

  • First Saturday at First Baptist Church Bridge City

    Updated Apr 23, 2024

    May 3rd will be First Saturday at First Baptist Church in Bridge City. Starting at 10 a.m cookies and bottled water will be offered for those who drive by. The 2 flags at the drive-way for the church parking lot will be the location for cars to drive through. As usual prayer will be offered for anyone who wants to participate and needs comfort or spiritual guidance. The cookies will be homemade and the water will be cold and its all free. The location is 200 West Roundbunch...

  • OF One Act Play moves on

    Updated Apr 23, 2024

    The Orangefield TheatreCats Troupe is advancing to the regional UIL One Act Play contest for Class 3A. Their show, “ Steel Magnolias” by Robert Harling under the direction of Angelique Catt, has received 10 awards. The 3A Regional UIL OAP Competition will be held Friday, April 26th in Brenham at Blinn College....

  • Orangefield Students Learn by Doing

    Updated Apr 23, 2024

    Former Orangefield ISD Trustee, Donovan Weldon, special-ordered a pipe spreader for his excavator, from the OHS Welding Shop. Mr. Weldon agreed, you can't sell something that you haven't tried out. So, OHS students, Ethan Welch and Brayden McGee, not only built the spreader but had the opportunity to try it out in Mr. Weldon's yard, before handing it over. Thank you, Mr. Weldon, for the opportunity....

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