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Orange County (Texas)

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Top Orange County (Texas) Articles

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  • Controversial Gay Jesus Play Set to Open in O.C.

    Controversial Gay Jesus Play Set to Open in O.C.
    NORTH TUSTIN -- A controversial play that portrays Jesus Christ as a gay man is set to open at an Orange County church this weekend. "Corpus Christi" depicts Jesus with his12 apostles living in the Texas town of the same name in the 1950's. The show,...
  • Billionaire Koch brothers back suspension of California climate law

     
    A company owned by oil billionaires Charles and David Koch has contributed $1 million to Proposition 23, a November ballot initiative to suspend California’s groundbreaking 2006 global-warming law. The contribution came from Flint Hills Resources LP,...
  • Texas Rangers acquire former Cubs ace Mark Prior

     
    He played for the Orange County Flyers for only one month, but it was enough. Former Chicago Cubs ace Mark Prior was acquired Friday by the Texas Rangers. Prior, who pitched in relief for the Flyers of the independent Golden......
  • Going over the line with Laguna parking

    When is a $40 parking ticket more than a parking ticket? When the ticketee is a successful trial attorney. Brant Mittler, a tourist from Texas, is still "hopping mad" ??? his words ??? at getting a parking ticket in Laguna Beach on April 29 for having...
  • Crescendo to success

    Crescendo to success
    Growing up in Hochheim, Texas, a young Carl St. Clair was once asked by a visiting journalist how many people lived in his town. After pausing for a moment to tally up the population, he replied, "36." "I could count them all up in my head. Although I...
  • For Word-Herder Larry McMurtry, Novel Is Like a Trail Drive

    For a writer whose novels are often set under big Western skies and populated with ranchers and gunslingers, Larry McMurtry is strikingly bookish. Here is a man who, any day, would rather be nosing through dusty volumes than kicking sod on the prairie....