Orange County may refer to:
Other articles related to "orange county, county":
... Santiago Creek is a major watercourse in Orange County in the U.S ... is one of the longest watercourses entirely within the county ... group, whose territory extended over much of northern present-day Orange County and into the Los Angeles Basin ...
... Further information Aliso Creek (Orange County)#First inhabitants Lying to the north of Aliso Canyon, the Laguna Canyon area lay within the tribal boundary of the Tongva, a Native American group whose ... behind the 1948 Santa Ana Canyon fire as one of the worst fires in Orange County history ...
... Núñez de Balboa, including the Balboa Peninsula section of Newport Beach in Orange County and San Diego's Balboa Park ... In reality, State Route 1 does not run south of Orange County ... a day-trip distance to Tijuana while this is technically consistent with a location in Orange County, it's much more likely to indicate a location in ...
... John Hudgins- 2000 LA Times and Orange County Register Player of the Year ... Orange County All-Star Game. 2002 Orange County All-Star Game ...
... County Route 68 Location Sloatsburg Length 0.4 mi (0.6 km) County Route 68 is a 0.4 miles (0.64 km) west–east county route in the western part of Rockland County, New ... CR 68 is the shortest, non-child, county route in Rockland County ... Route 68 begins at CR 72 near the Orange County border, and ends at the Sloatsburg village line along Eagle Valley Road ...
Famous quotes containing the words county and/or orange:
“A horse, a buggy and several sets of harness, valued in all at about $250, were stolen last night from the stable of Howard Quinlan, near Kingsville. The county police are at work on the case, but so far no trace of either thieves or booty has been found.”
—H.L. (Henry Lewis)
“He hangs in shades the orange bright,
Like golden lamps in a green night,
And does in the pomegranates close
Jewels more rich than Ormus shows;
He makes the figs our mouths to meet,
And throws the melons at our feet;
But apples plants of such a price
No tree could ever bear them twice.”
—Andrew Marvell (16211678)