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 By Margaret Toal    News

Sales Taxes up for April

People across Orange County are continuing to spend money, even with inflation, as sales taxes in February rose more than the inflation rate. The Texas Comptroller's Office has... — Updated 5/3/2022

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

Orange levee project leads national plan

The construction of a 25-mile levee system around Orange County is now slated to begin in 2024 and be completed by 2028. Local residents are getting an update on the planning in... — Updated 4/26/2022

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

Levee open houses set April 26, 28, 30

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Orange County Drainage District is hosting three public open houses next week to share information about the $2.4 billion Orange County Coastal... — Updated 4/26/2022

 
 By Margaret Toal    News

Levee Historical Survey

Almost all of the property with historic value that will be affected by the levee-seawall-pump station system are along, or near, the Sabine River in the city of Orange. The U.S.... — Updated 4/26/2022

 

Guillory running for WOCCISD Board

I am Erick Guillory Sr., and I am running for West Orange Consolidated Cove Independent School District Board (WOCCISD). I am running because I value education and believe in the... — Updated 4/26/2022

 

Rebecca Rutledge seeks reelection to BCISD Place 3

My name is Rebecca Rutledge.  My husband David & I met when we were both at Bridge City High School; soon we will celebrate our 49th wedding anniversary. We have been blessed... — Updated 4/26/2022

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

OC values rise, but not like some

The good news for Orange County taxpayers is likely not arriving in the Notices of Appraised Values mailed out Tuesday, April 26. "We are seeing average increases in overall values... — Updated 4/26/2022

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

Tragedy, trailer teach motorcycle awareness

Look twice, save a life. That's the message of May, Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, and it got off to an early start last Saturday at Cowboy Harley-Davidson in Beaumont. The deal... — Updated 4/25/2022

 
 By Margaret Toal    News

Heritage House sponsors third annual Cemetery Walk

Hundreds of vehicles travel along Border Street in Orange each day as workers go back and forth to chemical plant jobs. They pass the town's oldest community cemetery with... — Updated 4/25/2022

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

Cities of Orange, Pinehurst Voters' Guide

A total of seven candidates are seeking three seats on the Orange and Pinehurst City Councils in the May 7 election. In Pinehurst, two current City Council members are running for... — Updated 4/21/2022

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

WO, WOC Voters' Guide

The voting process for West Orange voters could take a little longer this year, with four people running for three at-large slots on the City of West Orange city council and six... — Updated 4/19/2022

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

Bridge City Voters' Guide

Four elected offices in Bridge City will be decided in the May 7 election, early voting for which starts Monday, April 25. The school board race between incumbent Rebecca Rutledge... — Updated 4/19/2022

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

BC voters tackle school bond issues

"If not now, when?" is a question proponents of Bridge City's two-proposition school bond election have been asking a lot in presentations to the public the last couple of months.... — Updated 4/19/2022

 
 By Margaret Toal    News

Orange's pump station is only one in Orange County,

Orange's pump station is only one in county. Corps of Engineers plans seven When heavy rain is in the forecast or starting to come down, the city of Orange has the Sabine River... — Updated 4/19/2022

 

Peggy Prosperie sets aim for BCISD School Board Place 3

The following is a political statement by Peggy Prosperie, Bridge City school board candidate: Hello, I am Peggy Prosperie. I am running for BCISD School Board of Trustees, Place... — Updated 4/19/2022

 

Kenneth Prosperie seeks Place 4 seat on Bridge City Council

Bridge City Citizens, I am not a politician. I am just a citizen who wants to work hard for the betterment of our community. I, Kenneth Prosperie, have filed to run for Place 4 on... — Updated 4/19/2022

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

Candidates weigh in for May 7 vote

Local city and school board elections in Orange County take place May 7. Early voting begins April 25 at four locations. Besides school bond elections for the Bridge City schools,... — Updated 4/13/2022

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

County checks on FEMA checks

The purse strings are getting tight in Orange County as everyone runs to the mailbox to see if the FEMA check has arrived. Want the good news? Joel Ardoin, the county's emergency... — Updated 4/12/2022

 
 By Margaret Toal    News

Chief David Frenzel honored with plaza

Orange's Central Fire Station isn't facing Elm Avenue now. It's along Chief David Frenzel Plaza. The renaming of that section of the street was announced this past Friday during a... — Updated 4/12/2022

 
 By Staff Report    News

Growing Up in Orange

The following is a political statement by Mary McKenna: Growing up in Orange, Texas was for me much like being in a Norman Rockwell painting. Summers were spent riding bikes, playin... — Updated 4/12/2022

 

City Councilman Election Statement for Sherby Dixon

The following is a political statement by Sherby Dixon: My name is Sherby Dixon, and I am running for Council member for the Bridge City City Council Place 6. I am requesting your... — Updated 4/12/2022

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

Corps, OC host levee open houses

A series of public open houses are set for three dates in late April to inform the public of the progress of the Orange County Project of the Sabine to Galveston Coastal Storm Risk... — Updated 4/12/2022

 
 By Margaret Toal    News

State sets up way for school boards to approve library materials

Upcoming school board elections may have a new importance for parents and students in the future as the state begins to allow the boards to oversee all school library acquisitions.... — Updated 4/12/2022

 
 By Tommy Mann Jr    News

Spring and summer concerts are piling up

Spring is in full bloom and the local and regional concert schedule is bursting with events, including multiple announcements made this past Monday. Whether you enjoy rock,... — Updated 4/12/2022

 
 By Dave Rogers    News

Local leaders wary of fuel hikes

Rising gas prices have hit every household at the pump in 2022. Increased transportation costs have jacked up the prices of almost everything we buy, from groceries to building supp... — Updated 4/5/2022

 

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