“I was really amazed that a little girl would think so much of another person that’s going through what she is going through, and to be so selfless to chop 15 inches of hair to donate to someone, I know growing hair takes time and so for her to do that... I thought it was the most selfless act that I’ve came across along my journey of doing hair,” Shepherd said.
Siblings deserve to stay together and that’s exactly the hope for a trio of sisters in East Texas. Cara’mae, Autumn and Enberlee are all under the age of 10. They’ve been together their whole lives and now they need a family who is willing to commit to the gift of love.
The Lufkin Christan Leadership Coalition Hosted an event today to offer free transportation to the polls, free food and activities for kids to encourage the people of Lufkin to exercise their right to vote.
On Friday, the people feeding local families are leaving with new ideas and renewed inspiration. “All it takes is a heart to help. I didn’t have a blueprint, I had a God-print that just said 'feed the people'. And to a lot of people, I would tell them this journey is not easy.”
The Nacogdoches City Council met Tuesday night and approved several items, the first being a contract for utility upgrades in Festival Park.This project is estimated to cost around $106,000. This is a project done in two phases through capital improvement funds for downtown and festival park utility upgrades.
According to the Texas Department of Transportation, in 2021, 521 drivers and passengers riding motorcycles were killed. Saturday in Nacogdoches, the “Rider Down” Emergency Response Seminar was held to educate motorcycle riders and other motorists about what to do if you come upon a motorcycle wreck.
One of the biggest changes to the foster care system in East Texas is underway: privatization. “This transition does create challenges and there’s lots of need in our community,” said Smith County 321st District Court Judge Robert Wilson during the kickoff event for 4 Kids 4 Families at South Spring Baptist Church in Tyler.