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Nacogdoches attorney Noel D. Cooper has filed as a Democrat for the 2020 election to replace retiring 145th District Judge Cambell Cox, setting up the first contested race for the seat in two decades.

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The SFA Chamber Singers, led by Dr. Michael Murphy, accept a thunderous applause from the crowd at Westminster Presbyterian Church during Thursday’s Mid-Day Noel.

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When the Texas Comptroller’s Office released the most recent sales tax data Wednesday, there was little special about it, save for the revenue reported for Chireno.

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Raguet Elementary’s choir visit to Rotary Club of Nacogdoches marked the 65th year the school sent its students to the service club at Christmas. The tradition of an NISD choir visiting Rotary goes back even further, 75 years, to 1944.

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A $1 million-plus project to repair a number of the city’s worst streets will likely resume in January, city officials say.

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The Nacogdoches Police Department will revive a program next year to give community members a more up-close look at how it operates.

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