A Houston woman is the latest to come forward after discovering that a Nacogdoches physician who was her mother’s fertility doctor is her biological father.
Four state troopers from Nacogdoches are suing the Texas Department of Public Safety, saying they are being retaliated against for reporting an illegal quota system for traffic stops and arrests implemented by a sergeant.
NACOGDOCHES — Stephen F. Austin State University is preparing for “deep” and “significant” budget cuts and an austerity budget position as the Texas Legislature wrestles with funding for higher education in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic.
(Editor's note: This is the first of a two-part series concerning additional NCAA sanctions handed down Wednesday against the SFA athletics department for improper eligibility reporting.)
Stephen F. Austin State University athletics will be stripped of hundreds of victories and pay thousands of dollars in fines after 82 ineligible athletes participated across a variety of sports between 2013 and 2019.
Stephen F. Austin State University is moving toward a phased reopening and preparing to bring students back to its campus this fall, though finalized plans won’t be released for another month.
Parents and graduating seniors at Nacogdoches ISD are calling on the district to rescind its decision to hold a hybrid high school graduation and have a socially-distanced single ceremony instead.
NACOGDOCHES — When she heard of an upcoming vacancy on Angelina & Neches River Authority Board, Kimberly Childs, dean of SFA’s College of Sciences and Mathematics, was instantly intrigued.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is bringing its worldwide protest of meat processing plants to East Texas on Saturday.
With shouting from the fringes of both major political parties, two prominent Texans are pleading for political civility during the coronavirus pandemic, and their messages, which are being drowned out by partisan bickering, are voices of reason and hope for our great nation.
NACOGDOCHES — Around 30% of COVID-19 cases in Nacogdoches County are linked to long-term care facilities and health care workers, while another 15% are linked to meat processing plants, according to data released Tuesday by the Texas Department of State Health Services.
NACOGDOCHES — Eleven COVID-19 patients remained hospitalized on Monday as the county’s confirmed cases grew to at 207, according to state data.
NACOGDOCHES — Two weeks ago, Irma Amie Brown was on a ventilator and the outlook seemed grim, but on Friday the coronavirus patient danced in her wheelchair as she was rolled out the front door of Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital.
NACOGDOCHES — Roughly 20% of Nacogdoches County’s 198 COVID-19 cases are connected with a long-term care facility, according to information received from the state.
NACOGDOCHES — The majority of a dozen new COVID-19 cases announced Wednesday night are connected with long-term care facilities, the Nacogdoches County Emergency Management Office reported.
NACOGDOCHES — Texas Game Wardens are investigating a hit-and-run crash with a jet ski at Lake Nacogdoches that hospitalized a 10-year-old.
NACOGDOCHES — The Nacogdoches County Emergency Management Office reported two more cases of COVID-19 Wednesday morning, bringing total confirmed cases to 186.
The death of a Nacogdoches man serving a murder sentence in an Indiana state prison for beating a pizza delivery driver to death with a hammer is being investigated as a homicide.
NACOGDOCHES — Queen's Row is a quiet, short little street off Appleby Sand Road lined with the well tended yards of less than a dozen homes, but on Thursday morning, the sun-dappled lane found itself packed with vehicles and people.
Officials at the Texas Department of State Health Services say they are continuing to monitor the rising number of COVID-19 cases associated with a Tyson processing plant in Shelby County.
Nine more local cases of COVID-19 were confirmed Saturday by the state, five of which are from two households, according to the Nacogdoches County Emergency Management Office.
NACOGDOCHES — The Nacogdoches County Sheriff’s Office has filed charges against a teenager who shot and killed a man at a county residence Thursday evening.
NACOGDOCHES — Texas Health and Human Services officials think Nacogdoches’ role as a regional shopping hub and workers commuting in and out of the county might have contributed to the high rate of confirmed COVID-19 cases here, emergency management officials said Friday.
Two county residents diagnosed Friday morning with COVID-19 bring the county’s total number of cases to 113, according to the Emergency Management Office.
NACOGDOCHES — Three new cases of COVID -19 were announced this afternoon, bringing the Nacogdoches County total to 111, the local Emergency Management Office announced.
A $483 billion coronavirus aid package flew through the Senate on Tuesday and is expected to pass Thursday in the House, but not without a fight along rural and urban lines.
NACOGDOCHES — In a makeshift drive-thru in the HOPE parking lot, a dozen members of the Texas Army National Guard distributed 700 emergency food boxes Monday morning, courtesy of the East Texas Food Bank.
NACOGDOCHES — The Texas Health and Human Services Department confirmed eight new COVID-19 cases in Nacogdoches County on Tuesday, bringing the total to 58.
NACOGDOCHES —It began a few weeks ago with an offer by SFA’s theatre faculty to sew surgical mask coverings for health care workers battling COVID-19 on the front lines.
NACOGDOCHES — Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital will furlough some employees and institute pay cuts starting Monday because of the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
NACOGDOCHES — Having to rely solely on distance learning, Stephen F. Austin State University is taking a major financial hit and expecting decreased enrollment due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
NACOGDOCHES — Texas Health and Human Services reported six new local COVID-19 cases on Thursday, one of which makes Nacogdoches County’s third coronavirus-related death.
NACOGDOCHES — Nacogdoches County saw its first fatalities attributed to COVID-19 Friday as the total number of cases of the virus continued to climb.
NACOGDOCHES — A Central Heights ISD employee who was making meals for students while the district was shut down is among the county residents who've tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus.
NACOGDOCHES — Nacogdoches County officials announced the death of an area person who'd contracted the COVID-19 coronavirus Friday afternoon, as well as another confirmed case.
NACOGDOCHES — Nacogdoches County officials on Friday announced the deaths of two people who had contracted novel coronavirus, as the total number of cases grew to 15.
NACOGDOCHES — One week after the opening of a local call center and remote COVID-19 testing site, the number of confirmed cases in Nacogdoches County rose to six.
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