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Controlled substance problem, 400 block of CR 2031. Deputies were initially dispatched to a home for a disturbance, but found no offense occurred. The second time they were called to the home, though, one person there was found with a controlled substance, for which they were arrested.

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A planned demolition and relocation of Pioneer Drive will change the way visitors access Pioneer Park from Lenwood Drive.

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After quickly creating a disaster fund during the frigid nightmare that visited East Texas last month, leaders of the Nacogdoches Area United Way have decided to keep it going.

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Gov. Greg Abbott announced Tuesday that he will repeal a statewide mask mandate and restrictions on businesses related to the coronavirus pandemic beginning next week.

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The federal lawsuit filed against Stephen F. Austin State University by six students accused of filing a false police report against another student has been dropped, and a local attorney believes the university owes the accused an apology.

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Three seniors in Stephen F. Austin State University’s James I. Perkins College of Education were selected for a new paid clinical teaching/internship program launched this spring by Brazosport Independent School District. Only 10 students from multiple colleges were chosen for the program.

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Nacogdoches ISD will not cancel spring break to make up for classroom time lost during last month’s winter storm that closed campuses district for a week.

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Suspicious person or circumstance, 300 block of CR 712. A resident called deputies about a stranger's vehicle parked in her driveway as she was trying to leave. Deputies responded and found it was a parent and child waiting on the bus. "The subject was advised to stay in the roadway and off …

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