After reading a recent column (Coffee shop talk with for Nazis, Page 6B, Nov. 18) I felt compelled to respond to his diatribe regarding Parler. The writer has revealed blatant, progressive, leftist bias. Progressives are anything but liberal. Rather, they are often intolerant of views that d…
This has been the strangest, wildest and downright nastiest year that we can remember, but just as our forefathers did in arduous times we will give thanks, whether gathered or alone.
As Americans bicker about whether or not President Donald J. Trump should try to fill a vacant seat on the U.S. Supreme Court before Election Day, a local case that has now reached federal court highlights how poor of an understanding most people about the criminal justice system.
Nacogdoches ISD took an “expensive step but a necessary step,” as board member Dr. Tyrrel Grohman described it, this week in purchasing nearly 5,000 computers so that every student can be assigned their own technological device.
In the midst of massive COVID pandemic disruption, U. S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (D-Arizona) and Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-Washington) brought forth a bi-partisan proposal to offer tax relief to small businesses, residents and local newspapers. The program is not a check, but rather a tax credit for…
Starting today, The Daily Sentinel will begin publishing endorsement letters and guest columns for the November election. Readers of the print edition of this newspaper will notice the first of these columns appearing to the left of this editorial.
This weekend our nation celebrates Independence Day and the vast amount of freedoms we have living in this great nation, but in the midst of one of the largest pandemics in history, a certain group of Americans fail to realize their freedoms stop when the choices they make endanger other people.