The Fuzzy’s Taco Shop location in Lufkin has closed its doors after 10 months of operation.
Several Hudson High School students helped run the Flying Vikings event at the Angelina County Airport on Saturday that enabled mentally and physically disabled children to fly in small craft airplanes for free.
Criminal charges are pending for two men involved in an accident that resulted in a vehicle being lodged on two cars at the Al Meyer Ford sales lot, according to Lufkin Police spokeswoman Jessica Pebsworth.
One person died in a two-vehicle crash about 11:30 a.m. Sunday on state Highway 7 in Joaquin, according to a press release by Sgt. David Hendry with the Texas Department of Public Safety.
Two men were flown to out-of-town hospitals in unknown conditions after an accident on Loop 287 that resulted in a truck veering off the road and landing on vehicles at a car dealership, according to a press release from Lufkin police public relations specialist Jessica Pebsworth.
Editor’s note: This is the first in a two-part series on students’ financial literacy. The second part of the series will run Sunday, Oct. 20.
Lufkin police have recovered the vehicle that was stolen Oct. 5 after a man allegedly kidnapped and sexually assaulted a Lufkin woman early that morning.
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- Two Hudson students going to World Food BBQ Championships
- Angelina College students waiting on Pell Grant refunds
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