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 By Dave Rogers    News 

Rollout of vaccine tough to swallow

Waldo's got nothing on Covid-19 vaccinations when it comes to being hard to find in Orange County. If you looked fast, the county was supposed to get 100 vaccines at each of four... — Updated 1/20/2021

 By Dave Rogers    News 

Ex-mayor's son seeks BC council

Expect a familiar name on the May 1 ballot for the City of Bridge City. Aaron Roccaforte, 38-year-old son of former BC mayor and longtime city council fixture Kurt Roccaforte, has... — Updated 1/20/2021

 By Dave Rogers    News 

Grant allows Drainage District bayou cleanup

The Orange County Drainage District has some good news for Orange homeowners along the Cow Bayou, Adams Bayou and Little Cypress Bayou. Don Carona, general manager of the Drainage D... — Updated 1/19/2021

 By Dave Rogers    News

Orange County's man in Austin is state's too

Talk about a landslide. Dade Phelan, Orange County's man in the Statehouse, won support from every corner of the state and sailed into the 87th Texas Legislature Tuesday as the... — Updated 1/12/2021

 By Dave Rogers    News

Called to quit, Babin blames Court

The Houston Chronicle’s Editorial Board has called for Orange’s representative in Congress, Rep. Brian Babin of Woodville, to resign for his part in last Wednesday’s deadly... — Updated 1/12/2021

 By Staff Report    News

Grandma's Country Cooking has something to warm your soul

Grandma’s Country Cooking has been open for several weeks in Bridge City amongst the delays of Covid 19 and Hurricanes last year. The new restaurant features home cooking from family recipes and is located in Bridge City at 33... — Updated 1/12/2021

 By Dave Rogers    News

WO mayor McDonald leans toward retirement

After more than 25 years as mayor of West Orange, Roy McDonald said he is "99 and 9/10% sure" that he will not run for reelection in May. And a former Louisiana Justice of the... — Updated 1/12/2021

 By Dave Rogers    News

Rep. Babin helps lead Electoral challenge

Brian Babin, Orange County's voice in the U.S. House of Representatives, said those who don't join him Wednesday in objecting to the Electoral College vote count will live to... — Updated 1/8/2021


Commissioners sworn in on Jan. 1

County Judge John Gothia was sworn in for a two-year term and County Commissioner's Johnny Trahan and Kirk Roccaforte were sworn in for four-year terms on Jan.1, 2021. Pictured... — Updated 1/7/2021


JPs sworn in on January 1st

Lannie Claybar, left, Justice of the Peace Precinct 1, joins Brad Frye, Justice of the Peace Precinct 3, and Jeremiah Gunter, Justice of the Peace Precinct 2, at the Orange County... — Updated 1/7/2021


Orange County posts vaccine priority list

Orange County has published a priority list for its citizens receiving the Covid-19 vaccine. The info sheet posted on the Orange County website ( under a red... — Updated 1/7/2021

 By Dave Rogers    News

Vaccinations slowly reach OC citizens  

The state announced Monday that it would be getting another 325,000 doses of Covid-19 vaccine, saying it already had received more than 793,000 doses. Orange County had received jus... — Updated 1/5/2021

 By Dave Rogers    News

Judge Peveto picks up 163rd gavel

After winning what is believed to be the most expensive election race in Orange County in 20 years, Rex Peveto had to wait nine months before claiming his office. He wasn’t... — Updated 1/5/2021

 By Dave Rogers    News

WWII vet hits 100, targets 101

Ray Fontenot has voted in 20 Presidential elections. "Every president from Roosevelt to Biden," he said Tuesday as the dishes were cleared from his 100th birthday party, a small fa... — Updated 1/5/2021

 By Dave Rogers    News

President's signature pushes drainage study funds

While Congress and the White House go back and forth on whether to increase individual stimulus payments from $600 to $2,000, Texas Sen. John Cornyn is taking a well-timed victory... — Updated 12/29/2020

 By Dave Rogers    News

Covid a physical, mental toll on schools

Mid-year retirements increased for teachers in the Little Cypress-Mauriceville school district and its superintendent says Covid-19 is to blame. "I think I have seven or eight that... — Updated 12/29/2020

 By Dave Rogers    News

Tools store nears opening in West Orange

West Orange Mayor Roy McDonald says that while a big box store already exists to sell lumber or housewares, Harbor Freight Tools will be the place to buy the tools once it opens in... — Updated 12/29/2020

 By Dave Rogers    News

Stimulus bill offers small business aid

Orange County small businesses could be eligible for a second round of federal Paycheck Protection Program loans if legislation passed by Congress Monday is OK’d by the White Hous... — Updated 12/22/2020

 By Dave Rogers    News

New OC Sheriff dodges bullets, disasters

To say Sheriff Lane Mooney's first six months on the job have been full of surprises might be putting it mildly. There was: -- a day-long August SWAT standoff that included a... — Updated 12/22/2020

 By Dave Rogers    News

Bars shutter, eateries roll back for Covid

The County Judge is asking for a way out, but said Tuesday afternoon that he has passed along the state’s order rolling back relaxed Covid-19 restrictions: Until further notice,... — Updated 12/22/2020

 By Staff Report    News

Practice fire safety this holiday season

Increased wildfire potential is expected across much of the state early this week due to approaching dry cold fronts and high temperatures. Dry fuel conditions will expand north from the southern Hill Country into the Rolling... — Updated 12/22/2020

 By Staff Report    News

LSCPA receives $300,000 grant to pay student tuition, fees

Lamar State College Port Arthur has been chosen to receive $300,000 under the Texas Reskilling Support Fund Grant Program which will go to support students directly in their efforts to return to college amid the COVID-19 pandemic.... — Updated 12/22/2020

 By Staff Report    News

AHCA/NCAL Urges All Americans To Remain Vigilant Around Holiday Gatherings To Protect Vulnerable Populations

AHCA/NCAL Urges All Americans To Remain Vigilant Around Holiday Gatherings To Protect Vulnerable Populations With the holiday season kicking into high gear, it is important remember that COVID-19 still remains a deadly threat,... — Updated 12/22/2020

 By Dave Rogers    News

FEMA OKs Laura payments

Nothing makes an Orange County Commissioner's day like a call from a constituent complaining about potholes. Clark Slacum wants to help – and says he can, thanks to FEMA. The... — Updated 12/15/2020

 By Dave Rogers    News

Local Covid shots coming soon

Vaccinations for COVID-19 should be available to the general public in Orange County by the end of the year, officials say. That's little more than two weeks away, so the... — Updated 12/15/2020


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