Motorists will see a new speed limit in effect as they travel U.S. Highway 69 south of Lufkin as crews continue to widen the roadway in a major construction project.

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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.

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GROVETON — By now, we all know how a typical campaign works. Some mud-slinging and trash talking for sure, along with any other method used to elevate one’s status while undermining another’s. It happens with contests in all levels of elections. Somehow, all those dirty tricks have become mo…

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U.S. Senate Democratic candidate MJ Hegar made a stop in Lufkin on her tour through East Texas Saturday afternoon.

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NACOGDOCHES — A federal grand jury has indicted a Nacogdoches woman on four counts of methamphetamine-related offenses, while her accused accomplice is charged with a single count of conspiracy.

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Hudson ISD has decided to cancel online learning and have students return to face-to-face instruction after data showed students and staff were struggling.

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Despite the long lines of voters looking to vote early at the Lufkin Parks & Recreation building this week, wait times remained low as poll workers helped thousands of voters to the ballot box.

The city of Lufkin officially appointed Gerald Williamson, the director of public safety, to the city’s management team, according to a city press release.

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For roughly 40 years, Lufkin has been slowly revitalizing the heart of the city in an attempt to improve the quality of life for residents and to create a unique experience for visitors.

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Longtime Diboll businesswoman and Angelina County philanthropist Brenda Elliott was presented the Athena Award at the Lufkin/Angelina County Chamber of Commerce’s Women’s Networking Luncheon Tuesday at The Silo.

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The Angelina County Commissioners again kicked the proverbial can down the road on whether or not to close William Womack Road after a heated discussion during Tuesday’s meeting.

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A Lufkin man and woman were flown to out-of-town hospitals and a Huntington man and woman were transported to a local hospital after a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of North John Redditt Drive and North Raguet Street Tuesday morning, according to a press release from Jessica Pebsw…

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.

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Angelina County Judge Don Lymbery signed off on reopening bars in Angelina County Monday after the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission approved his application.

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As Oct. 31 approaches, many organizations, cities and churches are evaluating how to handle their typical Halloween celebrations.

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Here’s a list of what is open and closed Monday in connection with Columbus Day.

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Large brown eyes peered through the bars of corrals while ears and tails flicked nervously at the small crowd of people milling around the 26th annual Wild Horse and Burro Expo Friday morning.

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The United Way of Angelina County reached 23% of its goal in the second week of fundraising. Of the $290,000 goal, $10,000 will be allotted to the Angelina County Child Welfare Board.

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Candidates in the race for the Lufkin ISD Board of Trustees were asked by The Lufkin Daily News to share information about themselves and their platforms. Each candidate received an email with the same questions.