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2012 Electronic Waste Collection

Bring your electronic and electric trash to the Sears Hometown Store in Orange.  Saturday January 14th.

Anything with a cord or a plug.

No charge to you.       see poster.

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2008, March 2nd
Beautification Awards are being resurrected by KOCB, together with the Greater Orange Chamber of Commerce.

17th Annual Community Trash Off

Saturday February 4th, 2012  8am to 1pm

Meet at Lions Park

Sponsored by Shangri La Botanical Gardens & Nature Center

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2008, February 6th Editorial
Trees, Please!
Nikki Sumrow, Guest Columnist.
When was the last time you planted a tree? If the answer is “never,” it’s time for you to start digging in the dirt.

 

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2008, January 25th, Beautification group plants trees at courthouse
Hurricane Rita uprooted thousands of trees across Orange County in September 2005, and many more were damaged and cut down. A group known as Keep Orange County Beautiful hopes to help correct that problem.

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2007, November 5th  Orange Leader
MacArthur Drive gets 24 new trees
In an effort to keep Orange beautiful, 24 trees were planted Monday morning along MacArthur Drive.

The tree planting was made possible because of donations from businesses and individuals, according to Sandra Cash of the Keep Orange County Beautiful Committee.

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Spindletop Lily named by Orange resident
David Brown, a major benefactor of KOCB named a species of lily for the famous Beaumont gusher of 1901.

 

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