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'Don't let that sign go down'

We first reported on Sunday on a Sabine County woman who is being told to take her Ten Commandments sign off her private property. Since then, Jeanette Golden has caught all kinds of attention and support and the battle against the state continues. Donna McCollum brings you that story at 6.

Miki Lynn is a familiar face to the Habitat for Humanity scene as the executive director of the Nacogdoches non-profit. But not a lot of people know that Lynn has a knack for music. In fact, Lynn can play not one, but a dozen musical instruments. At 6, Michelle Reed reports the greatest joy is spreading her passion for music with others.

As the countdown to the KTRE Pineywoods Showdown continues, we take a look at the rivalry involved in the sixth annual game and how badly Nacogdoches County wants to end the losing streak. And at 10, Caleb Beames profiles the charity which the Nacogdoches County girls are playing for, Godtel ministries.

Jeff Awtrey
Assignments editor
KTRE

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