The Angelina County & Cities Health District confirmed a fourth case of COVID-19, coronavirus in Angelina County late Monday afternoon.
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The Lufkin Daily News is providing all content about the coronavirus crisis free to online readers.
As the COVID-19, coronavirus quarantine presses on, school districts are coming out in force with plans for distance learning. Teachers are even reaching out to encourage and motivate students during this time of distress.
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As we all settle into a new normal for the time being, it can often be unsettling. I know that Texans are strong, and we will continue on and come back as strong as we were before. I encourage everyone to do your part in helping to slow the spread of this virus and help those around you who …
With all the apocolyptic news that bombards us every day and the isolation we all feel, I am reminded of the message of hope delivered by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in his first inaugural address in 1933 at the height of the Great Depression. They are as timely today as they were then. …
The Angelina County & Cities Health District is now reporting three cases of COVID-19, coronavirus in Angelina County.
Join The Texas Tribune at 8 a.m. on April 2 for an interview with Aldine Independent School District Superintendent LaTonya Goffney, conducted by public education reporter Aliyya Swaby.
Gov. Greg Abbott on Sunday ratcheted up travel restrictions into Texas during the new coronavirus pandemic, while announcing the state's first pop-up hospital to deal with the crisis. He also said he was moving to "stop the release of dangerous felons" amid the outbreak.
The city of Lufkin modified its emergency declaration to further restrict day-to-day activities in the city on Friday in light of the threat posed by the COVID-19, coronavirus.
Angelina County United Way is providing emergency funds to help the community better survive the COVID-19, coronavirus pandemic.
We are early in this coronavirus game of social distancing and hand washing. We haven’t quite become weary of it. We joke about it. And yet, I am starting to see — among my friends — some very real concern about our elder parents and grandparents. But we don’t allow ourselves to linger on th…
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