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Passport to Wonder

The Kiwanis Club of Orange offering another night of family-friendly entertainment.   

In “Passport to Wonder,” imagination takes flight as David Hira, magical entertainer, leads you on a fun-filled journey around the world to witness mimes, music, and other street performances from more than eight countries. 

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44-year-old Samuel Clark Mclellan and 32-year-old Ann Marie Guilbeaux

Investigators executing a search warrant in Orange discovered large amounts of methamphetamine and cocaine along with multiple firearms and arrested two people on Oct. 29, reports the Orange Police Department.

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Steven Coutee of Vidor was shot and killed Oct. 29
Ronald Barnes of Hartburg was killed June 7, 2014

The shooter reportedly responsible for the death of a Vidor man Oct.

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Students Sydney Varga and Kira Brown of Hamshire-Fannett plot which booths to vi
At the Humane Society booth, educational director Monica Lee holds Caramel, an a

Making the decision on what to do next can be a truly intimidating task for students close to graduation. And while job fairs have been a helpful way to expose job seekers to careers available in the area, the first annual Youth Expo held Thursday, Oct. 15, at the Ford Park Event Center, specifically concentrated on young Southeast Texans on the verge of graduation.

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To honor local veterans and to commemorate Veterans Day, the Jefferson County Bar Association will host the following free events for Jefferson, Hardin, Orange, Chambers and Liberty County veterans and spouses of deceased veterans:

*Free Jefferson County Expanded Legal Advice Clinic

Saturday, November 7, 2015

8 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Rogers Park Community Center

6540 Gladys, Beaumont, TX

 

*Free Legal Advice Clinic for Student Veterans

Thursday, November 12, 2015

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