Nacogdoches County saw four consecutive days of double-digit increases in the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases this week, setting a record Thursday for the most number of confirmed cases in a day since the virus was first reported here in March.
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The Republican Party of Texas is suing Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and others involved with the canceling of the party's in-person convention, which was scheduled to happen next week.
During one of the last cool mornings in May, an aluminum boat filled with four Stephen F. Austin State University researchers navigated a muddy waterway to a hoop net trap located under the drooping limbs of a streamside tree. As forestry graduate student David Rosenbaum balanced on the bow …
Nacogdoches County Sheriff Jason Bridges took to social media again Wednesday to address his position on the statewide mask order and his plans to address violators.
Nacogdoches ISD is preparing for a combination of in-person classes and distance learning and will not allow visitors on campus for the upcoming academic year.
While the state and nation are mired in uncertainty as the coronavirus pandemic continues to force adaptations, the people running the Greater East Texas Community Action Program know they need to begin preparing for one certainty: kids will need school supplies.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, schools around the nation are planning for how to mitigate the spread of the virus while providing education. What are your thoughts?