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A big shout out and thank you to the Pineywoods Jeep People for its annual fundraiser (pulled pork sandwiches) benefiting County Wreaths Across America. It was held Saturday, Sept. 24.

A big shout out and thank you to the Pineywoods Jeep People for its annual fundraiser (pulled pork sandwiches) benefiting County Wreaths Across America. It was held Saturday, Sept. 24.

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For the past two weeks, Angelina College’s soccer teams have maintained their positions in the national rankings. Despite the Lady Roadrunners and Roadrunners winning several matches on the road during the two-week span, neither group has been able to advance.

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Angelina County has one big goal to beat this month — to raise more than $295,000 by Nov. 1.

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The following is a list of restaurant inspections performed by the Angelina County & Cities Health District from Sept. 8-15.

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On the misty morning of Oct. 2, 1835, fighting broke out at Gonzales between Mexican soldiers and Texas militiamen, signifying the start of the War for Texas Independence. When the Mexican commander received word that Texas settlers refused to surrender a small cannon, he dispatched 100 sold…

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The first “banned” book I ever read wasn’t banned at my school. A group of parents didn’t storm our school library and demand its removal. There wasn’t some local politician trying to score constituency points by employing his own form of censorship.

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A Cuban national living in Groves was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison Wednesday for his role in a gas pump skimmer scheme discovered during a 2017 traffic stop in Nacogdoches, according to U.S. Attorney Brit Featherston.

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The Lufkin High School Fellowship of Christian Athletes gathers for prayer around the flag poles near the new baseball and softball complex Wednesday morning during See You at the Pole. The event is a global movement of prayer that is student-initiated, student-organized and student-led. It …

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A Pizza Hut employee was wounded in an apparent robbery attempt Saturday night, according to a press release from Jessica Pebsworth, communications director for the city of Lufkin.

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A Lufkin woman died from injuries suffered in a two-vehicle accident that occurred Thursday afternoon at the intersection of North Timberland and Atkinson drives, according to a statement released Friday from Jessica Pebsworth, communications director for the city of Lufkin.

The following is a list of restaurant inspections performed by the Angelina County & Cities Health District from Sept. 9-14.

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BOISE, Idaho — Boise State defensive tackle Herbert Gums doesn’t say much, but he has a quiet confidence, according to defensive line coach Frank Maile.

September is NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care) Awareness Month, and I want to take this opportunity to thank the many caregivers for our tiniest patients — the nurses, respiratory therapists, dietitians, pharmacists, neonatal nurse practitioners and so many more all led by our wonderful neonato…

Albert Einstein once said, “Nothing happens until something moves.” In other words, for something to happen in our life, we must make something happen.

September is a month known for many things, and the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council of Deep East Texas would like East Texans to know September also is Recovery Awareness Month.

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A pre-construction meeting was held in the Lufkin District Regional Conference room Tuesday, signaling the start of a major construction project in Polk County.

Episcopal schools in America were charted in 1709 after William Huddleston, a New York lawyer and a city schoolmaster, successfully petitioned the London-based Society for the Propagation of the Gospel for school books and an annual salary of 10 pounds, according to the school’s present website.

In what is quickly becoming a “must-experience” event, the Angelina College Foundation will host its third “Dinner at the Diamond” at Poland Field on the AC campus.

Lufkin’s Glen Tillar was the winner of a 2022 Tracker Pro 170 boat through Anheuser Busch’s statewide text-to-win contest. Tillar accepted his boat at the Brookshire Brothers store on Frank Avenue.

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Amanda Reynolds told police she shot and killed her boyfriend Sept. 15 after an argument turned physical, an affidavit recently released by Justice of the Peace Billy Ball’s office states.

With the start of the fall season right around the corner, we welcome the return of cooler weather and a few of my favorite traditions. Whether attending a local county fair, cheering on the hometown football team under the Friday night lights, or making your way back out to the field for an…

Lufkin ISD is taking 2022-23 by storm and celebrating the moments along the way. Going into this week, our football team is 3-0 after delivering a surprising blow to the A&M Consolidated Tigers. What a great game!

Seven Angelina College Roadrunner baseball players have earned the honor of participating in the upcoming Texas-New Mexico Junior College Baseball Coaches Association All-Star game taking place Sept. 23-24 at Dallas Baptist University.

The 2022-23 general squirrel season in 51 East Texas counties along with archery-only seasons for white-tailed deer, mule deer and wild turkey open simultaneously on Oct. 1. There are 252 counties with an archery-only season for whitetails, 74 counties with a mule deer season and 149 countie…

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An Angelina County woman has been booked into the Angelina County Jail on a charge of murder after police say she admitted shooting her boyfriend.

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It was the type of win that doesn’t come along very often. Playing in a hostile environment, the Lufkin Panthers hit the road and came away with an impressive 31-14 win over No. 3 A&M Consolidated.