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As the old adage goes, a journalist is doing well when people on both sides of an issue are angry. By that definition handed down by each generation of journalists, I’ve certainly done my job this month.

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Our normal op-ed pieces from the City of Nacogdoches are conventional and informational. I have told the stories of streets, sewer lines (sheer glamour, I know) and once I even threw in a Taylor Swift song lyric, as I was feeling rather quippy that day.

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I had just pulled up to the stop sign when Conway Twitty said “hello darlin” on the radio. The song took me back a few years.

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For the last few weeks, public school districts all over Texas, including Nacogdoches ISD, have welcomed more than five million students to their classrooms.

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This month will mark 4 years of me working as the City of Nacogdoches Communications and Main Street Director. From day one, I was tasked with writing articles about my observations of the City of Nacogoches and all of the projects of downtown and all City departments. Through this awesome a…

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This is the first issue of The Daily Sentinel in 34 years that has not had the watchful eye, careful editing and creativity of Debi Ryan.

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It started with a call from Ferris Fain about an opening for a typesetter at The Daily Sentinel back in 1985. Now after 34 years of both uplifting and heartbreaking stories, deadlines and late nights, my time at The Daily Sentinel is coming to an end.

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At least 24 percent of small business owners say their single biggest problem is not finding customers, but finding qualified workers, according to a survey by the NFIB. The U.S. Small Business Administration is stepping up to help.

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Are you frustrated by road construction and subsequent delays? Maybe Austin Street quickly comes to mind? And we won’t talk about Starr Street and the bridge.

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