An unforgettable night of magic is coming to Orange. The Kiwanis Club is hosting a magic show with illusionist C.J. Johnson on Monday, April 27, at the Little Cypress Mauriceville High School Auditorium at 7 p.m. Johnson, a Texas native, is sure to make the skeptics think twice. His performance is engaging for children and entertaining for adults. Tickets are available for an $11 donation and can be picked up at the Lamar State College-Orange cashier’s office on the second floor of the Ron E.

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If you like your flamingos plastic and your humor raunchy, then The Great American Trailer Park Musical is right up your double-wide. This energetic musical plays on a lot of stereotypes but will surprise you with the quality of its original songs and the often uproariously funny — if more than a little profane — lyrics and dialogue. You’ll need to park any passion for political correctness at the gate (and leave your children at home) when you enter Armadillo Acres.

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Kelly students weed tomatoes at The Giving Field, an organic garden in Beaumont
At the field, students picked pounds of fava beans, planted beans and corn, and

Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School students visited 38 sites across Southeast Texas and performed various types of community service during their annual “Kelly Springs Into Action” endeavor Friday, April 17.

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The 2015 Honda Accord Hybrid offers seating for five and is available in three stylish trims: Hybrid (MSRP starting at $29,305), Hybrid EX-L (MSRP $32,055) and Hybrid

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Several local leaders including Beaumont Mayor Becky Ames, Jefferson County Dist

Child Protective Services partnered with Southeast Texas leaders to participate in Go Blue Day, an event targeted at bringing awareness to child abuse by donning the color blue, at the Chief C.A. Shelton Fire Pavilion in downtown Beaumont on April 10.

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