LUFKIN, TEXAS (KTRE) – Some people only dream of playing in a rock band. But members of the up and coming band Westbound 21 are finding sometimes dreams come true as they fight their way to the top. TheyMore >> "One day we decided that we could combine our talent so we created Westbound 21."More >> Lufkin Lions Club members say you do not want to be left behind this year when the greatest show on dirt comes to town. It is time for the Angelina County Benefit Rodeo. Rodeo coordinatorMore >> For some East Texans, their local library means accessibility to the world.More >> Peggy Bowser will be retiring after this school year, but her legacy will live on.More >> 'Adapt and overcome' is a personal motto for Marcus Ochoa, Staff Sergeant, U.S. Air Force.More >> One would think that task would be easy in this day and age of the Internet, smart phones, and other devices that can put you in touch with someone across the world instantly.More >> Working in a predominantly male environment can be a battle of wits.More >> Can you imagine sitting in the cockpit of a 737 jetliner with the fate of almost 200 passengers and crew in your hands?More >> School nurse says their job is to enhance education while promoting health in a school setting by getting students back to class as soon as possible.More >> Tested, tried, and true retiring Lufkin Police officer Libby Parish has helped open doors for others to follow.More >> Sorority members say making Santa hats is a labor of love.More >> Every day he works in freezing temperatures, sometimes 10 or 15 degrees below zero.More >> Adame works at a job that keeps her alert in an industry dominated by men.More >> It is not Santa Claus coming down that chimney, it is James Linder, chimney sweep.More >> Cleaning Texas highways takes more than a broom.More >> Lufkin PACE teacher finds inspiration for students in a tube of homemade toothpaste.More >> It's sugar cane season and the pits are fired up. It's a lot of hard work, but it has a sweet payoff.More >> Owner of window tinting shop has it "made in the shade."More >> Imagine having to coordinate work schedules for 600 employees at a business that never closes. It's challenging, stressful and it keeps staffing coordinator Tiffanie Hayter on her toes.More >> Eddie Loyd says he uses his job to "lift patients' spirits.More >> How good is your game of pool?More >> Water. An economical gasoline alternative?More >> Nell Green shares her salt and pepper shaker collection.More >> Her clients call her "Angel Hands." She's a registered Massage Therapist who feels like she's the luckiest woman in the world. Why? Because she has a career that she says is more fun than work. HerMore >> From dog breeder to dog groomer, Mark Maddox provides a spiritual and physical lift.More >> Would you stand in line for hours on end just to get a ticket to your local high school football game? For 11 weeks now, some Lufkin fans have been doing just that.