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 By Dave Rogers    News 

Dems' recovery funds hit Orange County

Joe Biden’s American Recovery Plan Act, passed by Congress without a single Republican vote, just showered ruby red Orange County with the first of two $8.1 million payments. The... — Updated 6/8/2021

 
 By Dave Rogers    News 

Lions Carnival set to return June 16

Good times are set to resume in Orange. The Lion’s Club 80th Charity Carnival will take place over three weekends at Lions Den Park this year, beginning Wednesday, June 16.... — Updated 6/8/2021

 
 By Dave Rogers    News 

Spokeswoman to miss school's 'joyful noise'

One of Orange County’s top news sources is going off the air. Sherry Combs is retiring from the Little Cypress-Mauriceville school district Friday, ending a 42-year career that... — Updated 6/8/2021

 
 By Dave Rogers    News 

Vet's respect flies high for flags

You’re a grand old flag, You’re a high-flying flag, Monday, June 14, marks the 104th observance of Flag Day in the United States, a holiday officially established in 1916 by... — Updated 6/8/2021

 
 By Adam Russell    News 

Watermelons behind schedule, but prices and quality good

Winter Storm Uri and subsequent cool, wet weather have made the 2021 growing season tough on Texas watermelons, but decent prices are helping producers, according to Texas A&M... — Updated 6/8/2021

 
 By Katy Mersmann    News 

NASA and Hurricanes: Five Fast Facts

The 2021 Atlantic hurricane season began on June 1. Our colleagues at NOAA are predicting another active season, with an above average number of named storms. At NASA, we’re... — Updated 6/8/2021

 
 By Staff Report    News 

LSCO to return to its normal campus life and schedule this upcoming Fall semester

Lamar State College Orange (LSCO) President, Dr. Thomas Johnson, announced this week that LSCO will return to its normal campus life and schedule this upcoming Fall semester. The... — Updated 6/8/2021

 

TxDOT talks lights for MacArthur Drive

A proposal to bring streetlights to a dark and deadly stretch of road is on the agendas for neighboring Orange County cities. The Texas Department of Transportation will make a... — Updated 6/4/2021

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

LSCO honors music legend Gatemouth Brown

The new gateway to Lamar State College Orange is going to be known as the “Gatemouth” … as in Gatemouth Plaza. The two-year school in downtown Orange announced that it plans... — Updated 6/1/2021

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

Cities expect squeeze on 2022 budgets

Expect city tax rates to decrease this year but don't look for tax bills to decline. Based on May's skyrocketing proposed tax values, county and city governments and school... — Updated 6/1/2021

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

Ex-lawmaker at home on the ranch

Wayne Peveto grew up on the family farm in Orange County's McLewis community. He and his four brothers helped their sharecropper dad, Horace, and mother Lola raise a rice crop and... — Updated 6/1/2021

 
 By Penny LeLeux    News

Preserving Cajun Culture

A previous "Down Life's Highway" column in 'The Record' newspapers struck a chord with Sandra Cash. It resonated with her so deeply, that she kept a copy of that column for over a... — Updated 6/1/2021

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

WO lands $3.8M grant from GLO

The City of West Orange landed $3.8 million to improve drainage and Mayor Randy Branch was happy to get it. “We applied for this grant and they finally finalized it,” said Branc... — Updated 5/25/2021

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

Record sales receipts signal disaster recovery

Two of the five worst rainfall events in U.S. history, back-to-back hurricanes, a record ice storm and a year-long COVID shutdown should have sent the Orange County economy... — Updated 5/25/2021

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

Vets group honors comrades in arms

Charlie Dubois of Little Cypress said it was the 2012 funeral for his father-in-law, Earl Bilbo, that moved him to put his U.S. Army uniform back on and assist at funerals. John Hal... — Updated 5/25/2021

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

OC declares 'imminent' flood threat disaster

County Judge John Gothia issued a Declaration of Disaster for Orange County at 5 p.m. Friday, citing the 'imminent threat' created by an impending tropical storm system expected to... — Updated 5/25/2021

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

Biz owners applaud Abbott's benefits cut

 Orange County business small owners are counting the days until June 26. That’s when the $300-a-week Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation is set to run out in Texas after... — Updated 5/18/2021

 
 By Staff Report    News

WOCCISD closes for remainder of week

Out of an abundance of caution and in response to the uncertainty of the latest weather forecast from the National Weather Service, West Orange-Cove CISD will be closed for the... — Updated 5/18/2021

 
 By Staff Report    News

Orange County officials are monitoring the flood levels

Orange County officials are monitoring the flood levels on both the east and west sides of Orange County in the low lying areas. Currently County Officials are recommending a... — Updated 5/18/2021

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

LSCO issues first EC, honorary degrees

Dr. Thomas Johnson, President at Lamar State College Orange, never misses a chance to express how important the role of a two-year college can be. And at the school's Spring 2021 Co... — Updated 5/18/2021

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

County officials urge voluntary evacuations

Orange County officials joined Newton County Judge Ken Weeks in calling Tuesday afternoon for voluntary evacuations because of heavy rains expected to add to already flooded areas.... — Updated 5/18/2021

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

County taps HOT fund for fishing tourney 

Orange is set to host a couple hundred college bass fishing teams July 8-10 in the Texas B.A.S.S. Nation Sabine River fishing tournament. County Commissioners approved a $15,000... — Updated 5/11/2021

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

Designing students brighten schoolmates' days

Students in Bridge City High School’s floral design classes stay busy year-round. “We do all the flowers for school,” instructor Debbie Gregg said. “Any time there’s a... — Updated 5/11/2021

 

Recount confirms Bailey's city council win

A recount Friday morning, May 7, confirmed David Bailey's win over two-term Orange City Council member Pat Pullen. The result was exactly the same as reported in "unofficial final... — Updated 5/10/2021

 

Orange council's Pullen files for recount

Two-term Orange City Council member Patrick Pullen will get a recount of results of the May 1 election. It will be conducted beginning at 9 a.m. Friday, with results expected by noo... — Updated 5/7/2021

 

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