AMC Theatres, which owns Nacogdoches’ only movie theater, said in financial filings Wednesday that it has “substantial doubt” it can stay in business because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Nacogdoches County residents should expect a sharp spike in confirmed coronavirus cases followed by a slow decline when results of widespread testing of meatpacking workers and those connected with long-term care facilities are released.
Gov. Greg Abbott will update the state on the coronavirus outbreak’s spread at meatpacking facilities during a press conference this afternoon in Amarillo, a day after announcing relaxing more restrictions on business openings.
Having to change doctors isn’t usually a weeping matter, but for the nearly 100 patients who lined Russell Boulevard for a retirement send-off Friday afternoon, a trip to Dr. Ted Ledet’s office — even if they were feeling awful — was a visit with an old friend.
Gov. Greg Abbott this week announced his next phase of reopening, allowing another wave of businesses to reopen in an effort to kickstart the Texas economy during the coronavirus pandemic while continuing an initiative to expand testing for the virus statewide.