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Past:
  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
  • KSLA News 12
  • WBTV News
  • WBRC FOX6 News
  • WMBFNews.com
  • WEAU 13 News
  • KLTV 7
  • KCBD NewsChannel11
  • WIS News 10
  • FOX 8 New Orleans

Recent articles by Donna:

Nacogdoches mural shows middle schoolers more thankful than you may think

Before the Thanksgiving break students at McMichael Middle School in Nacogdoches received a lesson on gratitude. As it turns out, the pre-teens and teens know more about the subject than they let on. → Read More

Raise Your Hand Texas to hold town hall on public education in Nacogdoches

The “For the Future” House District-11 Town Hall on Public Education, is part of a series of over 50 public education candidate events that the Raise Your Hand Texas Foundation will be hosting across the state through the 2020 elections. → Read More

WEBXTRA: Nacogdoches ISD superintendent says use STAAR test, but not for accountability

Dr. Gabriel Trujillo, Nacogdoches ISD’s superintendent, said on Friday that he supports assessment tests this year, including the STARR, but he doesn’t think the polarizing test should be used for accountability during this unprecedented school year. → Read More

Fla. mother caught on doorbell camera abandoning baby

The mother faces charges of child neglect and child desertion. → Read More

Kids, adults create mural displayed at Nacogdoches library

Art education students at Stephen F. Austin State University are continuing to explore new and innovative ways to teach art to members of the Boys and Girls Club of Deep East Texas. → Read More

SFA bringing a sense of ‘normalcy’ to campus amid COVID-19 resurge

The decisions were made prior to the recent spikes of coronavirus. → Read More

DETCOG continues effort to bring widespread broadband to 12-county region

Broadband is very much at the forefront in rural areas during the pandemic. → Read More

Nacogdoches Treatment Center Bazaar opens Thursday and Friday

Nacogdoches Treatment Center had to make a decision months ago about whether or not to have their annual fundraiser. → Read More

Nacogdoches ISD receives some computers, while the wait continues for others

NACOGDOCHES, Texas (KTRE) - The first state provided I-Pads for Nacogdoches ISD’s youngest students have arrived. Older students are still waiting for laptops. The deliveries will eventually happen even though some districts are reducing their online instruction. Second graders at Brooks Quinn Jones Elementary take to their new I-Pads with ease. “Each child has one on one devices,” said… → Read More

First of NacCares grant money being distributed to Nacogdoches businesses

The first NacCares grant money is being distributed to Nacogdoches businesses. → Read More

WEBXTRA: State Rep Travis Clardy says no to Speaker race and yes to Ashby’s run

WEBXTRA: State Rep Travis Clardy says no to Speaker race and yes to Ashby’s run → Read More

Election preps include heavy lifting and wait and see on turnout

Election clerks and judges pick up voting equipment to set up at various polling places in Nacogdoches County → Read More

DPS denied motion to dismiss lawsuit filed against agency by troopers

lawsuit against dps denied motion to dismiss. trial will continue. → Read More

A sense of humor helps election workers with record-high early voting turnout

For three weeks, election administrators have watched the voting totals grow with each passing day. → Read More

SFA announces academic partnership with Texas A&M

A partnership between Stephen F. Austin State University and a Texas A&M research and education center is sealed. SFA’s College of Education will be offering a degree through the A&M ‘RELLIS’ Academic Alliance in Bryan. → Read More

Job fairs seek to connect East Texas veterans with new career opportunities

Deep East Texas job seekers will have virtual access to meet with a diverse group of employers with job openings. → Read More

Job fairs seek to connect East Texans with career opportunities

Deep East Texas job seekers will have virtual access to meet with a diverse group of employers with job openings. → Read More

Water system in San Augustine County to receive major upgrade thanks to federal grant

The 50-year-old system will receive a $4 million upgrade via the USDA. → Read More

Dispute continues over Nacogdoches zone change approved in August

Residents reach out of Nacogdoches to help them with dispute over zone change. Developer says he will see project will fit seamlessly with neighborhood → Read More

Hundreds attend free produce drop as need in Nacogdoches grows during pandemic

Organizers will continue periodic produce drops through the end of the year and re-evaluate the need for next year. → Read More