East Texas' best shot at battling COVID-19 is about to get better as the Angelina County & Cities Health District and the Deep East Texas Partnership are teaming up to offer new strategies to provide the vaccine to citizens across the region.
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The temporary waiver of certain vehicle title and registration requirements, announced by Gov. Greg Abbott on March 16, 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will end at 11:59 p.m. April 14.
Pilgrim’s on Wednesday announced it will provide $30,000 to Kurth Primary and the Lufkin school district to purchase 25 picnic tables for outdoor eating areas to improve social distancing capabilities while students are at school.
Anderson Elementary School was able to host its obstacle course, its first big event even, since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Since last week we have been printing a specially created logo promoting getting vaccinated and wearing a mask at the top of the front page. You also will see this on our website and our social media feeds.
Clawson Assembly of God chose several single, elderly members of its congregation to bless with a convertible ride Monday on a sunny, good weather day after months of isolation due to COVID-19.
Everyone age 16 and older, regardless of occupation or health status, will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Texas starting March 29, state health officials said Tuesday.
This week in 1836, the Convention of 1836 adjourned abruptly as the Mexican Army approached Washington-on-the-Brazos. The convention, which began on March 1, drafted the Texas Declaration of Independence and the Texas Constitution, organized the government and named Sam Houston commander-in-…
In just over a year since the Angelina County & Cities Health District COVID-19 call center was established, it seems to health district employees as if the world has come full circle.
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