As holidays and events like Halloween approach, the Angelina County & Cities Health District and Centers for Disease Control have some advice for staying safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In keeping with its long-standing policy on public health and safety coverage,
The Lufkin Daily News is providing all content about the coronavirus crisis free to online readers.
After a generation of setbacks, knockdowns and butt-whoopin’s, leaders in the city of Lufkin recognized the necessity of diversifying the job market to maintain the local economy.
Citing the financial burdens imposed on residents by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Greater East Texas Community Action Program is pushing its rent and energy assistance programs to people in the region.
Angelina County Judge Don Lymbery signed off on reopening bars in Angelina County Monday after the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission approved his application.
The Angelina County & Cities Health District reported seven new cases and 34 new probable cases of COVID-19 Monday afternoon.
Hey Taylor: How will the coronavirus vaccine distribution work? And will it cost anything? I’m hearing that one might be ready soon, but does that mean I can just go to my pharmacy and get it? — Stacey
I’m tired. I’m tired of 2020 and COVID-19. 2020 has certainly been full of meme-worthy events, but the pandemic has loomed over them all. I vacillate between exasperation and calling people out for not wearing masks, on the one hand, and resignation on the other. Anger? Depression? Mostly, I…
The Angelina County & Cities Health District reported nine new cases and 12 new probable cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday night.
Hurricane Delta and COVID-19 teamed up to impact a couple area football games that were scheduled for this weekend.
Gov. Greg Abbott announced Wednesday afternoon that county officials may begin working with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission to allow bars to operate with in-person service.
The 2020 Zoo Boo, hosted by Lufkin’s Ellen Trout Zoo, is officially canceled, zoo director Gordon Henley announced Tuesday.
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