America lost a hero and an icon of historic preservation this week, and though it wasn’t unexpected, the passing of the nation’s greatest voice in history struck me at my core.
There are just a few months left for the United States Senate to save 700 East Texas jobs and preserve $170 million a year in private-sector economic activity in East Texas— and yet, one man currently stands in the way.
It is my understanding, from an article in The Daily Sentinel, that the Cole Art Center will no longer be professionally operated as part of the SFA Gallery Program.
When Burger King launched their #CowsMenu public relations campaign back in July, cattle producers across the country shook our heads in frustration. The burger chain announced the campaign with a video on social media that blamed cow flatulence for climate change, promoted experimental data…
I read a fatality report today of a crash that occurred in a neighboring county that took the lives of five people. It hurt my heart and I can’t begin to imagine the great loss to those families. It was senseless and never should have happened.
It was supposed to be a year filled with celebrations of women’s suffrage and the brave, bold women who made it a reality, but 2020 went off the rails before the good times could begin.
Nacogdoches is the proud home of Stephen F. Austin State University, the force that brings thousands of students, families, and jobs to Nacogdoches. Over the years, Lumberjacks have increasingly chosen to live, work, and play in the Oldest Town in Texas. As a result, we’ve experienced a stea…