The Texas State Forest Festival is back after being a one day only event in Downtown Lufkin last year. CEO of Lufkin Angelina County Chamber of Commerce Tara Watson said she’s been planning for the past 10 months and has implemented some changes.
One park in Nacogdoches is in need of some renovations. Robert McCrimmon park has had no improvements in the last 60 years, Park Advocacy League is doing what they can to give the park the makeover it deserves.
Five organizations based in Deep East Texas are doing what they can to help those suffering after hurricane Ida. Many are headed to Louisiana, while others have gathered donations locally.These organizations explains the humanity revealed through mass destruction.
We’ve all seen the devastation left behind. The people who live there, their families, and businesses have a long road to recovery ahead of them. Now, it’s time for the Gray Television family to help ‘Lift Up Louisiana’.
Five Zavalla artists painted together children among dandelions and bubbles. The subjects are on three separate canvases that hang side by side. The collaboration is a gift to Houston’s Make A Wish Foundation.
Members of the Nacogdoches community gathered Sunday to embrace an important cause and raise awareness. The desire for an Alzheimer’s cure is driven by individuals who hope to do what they can to help.
A group of monuments could soon be placed to honor historically black fraternities and sororities. Plans are in place to erect the monuments on the campus of Stephen F Austin University, however SFA says the effort is still in need of money to make it happen.
An East Texas organization hosted a softball tournament Saturday. The event might seem like it brought people together just to make some home runs, but instead, people gathered to raise money for an important cause.