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I was taking a nap Saturday afternoon when the phone rang. I shot up. It was my mother. Bad news, she said.

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Hope, love, joy, and peace are the themes of the four weeks of Advent preceding Christmas, and celebrated by Christians around the world.

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Emboldened by months of lies and years of baseless conspiracy theories and with nothing in their hearts but misguided hatred, a group of seditionists stormed the U.S. Capitol this week in what will go down in history as the darkest day for American democracy since the first shots of the Civi…

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It was a year like no other in the history of our country. It was a year of fraudulent impeachment of the President. It was a year of pandemic, of lock-downs, masks, social distancing, and government overreach. It was the year unelected experts mandated to elected officials the removal of in…

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A Daily Kos cartoon depicted President Trump as an apoplectic toddler kicking and flailing on the floor while screaming “But I’m the pwesident.” Point being: Trump’s refusing to stand up and do his job. Instead, he’s having one of his Trumpertantrums, standing down from his duties, and snive…

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Louie Gohmert has to go. He wants Pence to decide which states’ electoral votes get to count and which don’t. He wants Pence to unilaterally choose the next President of the United States by ignoring those states in which the majority chose Biden.

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When looking back on 2020, we are proud of Nacogdoches. The year could have been filled with chaos — to an extent it was — but thanks to an extraordinary spirit of cooperation we’ve made it through.

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You hold in your hand — or gaze upon on your screen — the final 2020 edition of The Daily Sentinel. Join us in a collective sigh of relief as we approach the new year with cautious optimism.

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Smack dab in the middle of the string of chaos we call 2020, the United States managed to successfully conduct the largest election in our nation’s history.

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On Dec. 17, 1903, at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. Orville and Wilbur made history for keeping their flying invention in the air for a total of 59 seconds. They wired their sister in Dayton, Ohio: “First sustained flight today for 59 seconds. Hope to be home by Christmas.”

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