Tia Juanita’s Fish Camp welcomed customers for the first time Monday at its Lufkin location in the former Posados Cafe at 3102 S. John Redditt Drive.
The Angelina County & Cities Health District has confirmed that 50-year-old Bretta Nerren is the fifth COVID-19-related death in Angelina County.
In a belated Cinco de Mayo celebration, one East Texas teen walked away with an $11,200 scholarship that she earned through her fundraising efforts.
The cheers and exclamations of teachers and students reuniting at St. Patrick Catholic School could probably be heard well down Lowry Street and Timberland Drive Friday morning during the End of Year celebration.
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.
DIBOLL — Lumberjack Stadium was full of proud parents, teachers, family and community members as the Diboll High School class of 2020 walked the stage on a cool Friday evening.
Angelina County has five new cases of COVID-19, bringing the county’s total to 210, according to the county’s website, angelinacounty.net.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first in an occasional series about road maintenance issues in Angelina County.
Lufkin High School graduate and former Lufkin Daily News reporter James Wade’s debut novel, “All Things Left Wild,” is set for release June 16, and if the praise rolling in from from his peers is any indication, fans of Western literature are in for one brilliantly painted ride.
DIBOLL — Hayden McLeroy and Justice Ferguson were named valedictorian and salutatorian of the Diboll High School class of 2020.
The Best of Lufkin, an annual section that highlights Lufkin’s best merchants, restaurants and service providers as chosen by readers, will appear in The Lufkin Daily News on Sunday, Aug. 30.
Texas statutes provide counties five methodologies, plus a few that are only allowed in a limited number of counties, to choose from when it comes to road maintenance, according to the Texas Association of Counties. In 2018, the association produced a County Road System Report using commissi…
As Texas continues to slowly reopen after the coronavirus pandemic, organizations are making decisions about whether or not to host their annual summer camps.
The Office of Court Administration has announced that Texas courts may resume non-essential in-person hearings by Monday, and Angelina County courts are gearing up for reopening.
Angelina County’s COVID-19 case total increased by eight cases Wednesday, bringing the total to 201, according to the Angelina County & Cities Health District.
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.
Two more people have died from COVID-19 while the case count has increased by 18 in Angelina County, according to Sharon Shaw, administrator of the Angelina County & Cities Health District.
Many consumers are concerned about their favorite stores not making it out alive after the coronavirus pandemic closures sliced sales. However, the Lufkin Mall has not yet seen an indication that this will be the case locally.
The Lufkin Golden Corral Buffet & Grill is continuing operations after the corporate chain closed all 35 company-owned stores and furloughed 2,290 employees in March.
Tuesday’s Angelina County Commissioners Court meeting served as a small-scale public conversation on the current road system and emphasized a community appetite for change.
Like many aspects of modern life, the coronavirus pandemic has affected the way services like child support operate.
Angelina County Commissioners will consider issuing a $5.88 million bond to raise funds for road materials during today’s 10 a.m. meeting.
As many prepare to celebrate Memorial Day with family gatherings or a barbecue cook-out, a common thread of appreciation for the sacrifices made by American military will spread throughout the nation.
Joe Martin retired from his position as the county’s District Attorney after a long career in law, and now has more time for his family and hobbies, including Civil War miniature wargaming.
Nacogdoches County has two new cases of COVID-19 as of 10 a.m. today, bringing the county’s total number to 254, according to the Texas Department of State Health Services.
A Lufkin man was shot in the ankle around 9:45 p.m. Saturday in the 200 block of Lane Drive, according to a report from Lufkin Police Department public relations specialist Jessica Pebsworth.
For more than 40 years, Gipson Funeral Home has endeavored to honor fallen soldiers by placing American flags by the graves of more than 2,000 soldiers in the Garden of Memories Cemetery.
More than 400 Lufkin High School students took their final steps as seniors this week in the Tom Jack Lucas Auditorium in front of a few friends and family and a camera.
HUNTINGTON — Huntington High School became the second school in the county to host a drive-in graduation Friday evening as cars filled with family, friends and faculty filled the Red Devil high school parking lot.
HUNTINGTON — Samantha Thornton and Ethan Collins have been named Huntington High School’s class of 2020 valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively.
There are 175 cases of COVID-19 in Angelina County as of Friday afternoon — an increase of three people, according to the Angelina County & Cities Health District website.
- Lufkin Daily News employee killed in collision
- Man dies in vehicle crash south of Zavalla
- Golden Corral not one of 35 corporate-owned stores to close
- Incidents of police violence nationwide spark protests in Lufkin on Sunday
- Sheriff's office investigating grave desecration
- Tuesday Morning to close Lufkin location after bankruptcy filling
- Lufkin native's debut novel hits stores June 16
- Houston woman comes forward as Nac fertility doc's daughter
- Angelina County has two new cases of COVID-19
- Health district reports two more COVID-19 deaths, 18 new cases