Sixteenth century essayist Francoise de la Rochefoucauld wrote, “However brilliant an action may be, it should not be accounted great when it is not the result of a great purpose.”
With the beginning of 2020, Lufkin ISD and our parents are already thinking about the beginning of the new school year in the fall. Parents want to know what opportunities are available for their children and how to apply for those opportunities.
With the dawning of a new decade, the United States Census Bureau will begin carrying out a constitutionally mandated count, or Census, of every U.S. resident from sea to shining sea.
Facebook and YouTube are full of graduation speeches that go viral and become memes representing personal life views, political stances or just feel-good, philosophical pablum.
As I look back on 2019 and all that was accomplished during the 86th legislative session, I am once again reminded that it could not have been done without you.
With the second decade of the 21st century in the rearview mirror, this new year provides a unique opportunity for new beginnings. As we turn the page to a new year and a new decade, it’s important to spend time reflecting not only on what we did right over the years, but also what we can do…
- Man taken to hospital after freak accident in Brookshire Brothers parking lot
- Man to SFA police: Voices want me to harm people on campus
- Lufkin man charged with DWI after freak accident on Frank Avenue
- McElroy hurls insults, death threats after being found guilty of aggravated sex assault of child
- Two of three suspects in Sprint, Target burglaries arrested
- Two taken to hospital following crash, other driver arrested
- ACSO identifies body
- Michele Harper
- Huntington ISD calling $19.295 million bond election
- Body found at Lake Sam Rayburn