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Unless you’ve just emerged from life as a hermit — and if so, boy do we have some things to talk about that happened this year — you’re already familiar with the top two contenders for president.

After holding public hearings via video conference, Nacogdoches City Council on Tuesday granted a zone change for a Starr Avenue lot and allowed a change in requirements for a planned development surrounding the future Nacogdoches Senior Center.

Texas Health and Human Services on Tuesday added another fatality and 14 new cases to Nacogdoches County’s coronavirus totals, but a rolling average of new cases has been holding steady for the past few weeks.

Stephen F. Austin State University’s enrollment fell, but only slightly, for the fall semester, while more students are choosing to pursue higher level degrees at the university.

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The voter registration deadline of Oct. 5 is quickly approaching and Election Day is less than six weeks away. So this week in conjunction with Tuesday’s National Voter Registration Day, political parties, elections officials and nonpartisan groups are entering the final phase of a push to e…

Gov. Greg Abbott on Thursday eased restrictions for businesses, long-term care facilities and hospitals in most parts of the state but kept bars shuttered.

America lost a hero and an icon of historic preservation this week, and though it wasn’t unexpected, the passing of the nation’s greatest voice in history struck me at my core.

With estimated active cases of the coronavirus hovering around 100 for the past few weeks, Nacogdoches County appears to be emerging from the worst part of the pandemic that peaked in late July and early August.

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