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Past articles by Donna:

East Texas florists talk about challenges in Valentine’s Day preparation

Nacogdoches Floral owner James Ballow and Jeff Floyd, owner of Hills Wholesale Florists in Longview, give us an idea of what it takes to get flowers to your Valentine. → Read More

Houston’s poet laureate visits SFA to promote creativity, diversity

The keynote speaker for the SFA Office of Multicultural Affairs Diversity Conference performs his poems inspired by personal stories. → Read More

WEBXTRA: East Texas company using new technology to improve drone usage in wooded areas

East Texas-based Hydrex Environmental has adopted a new, cutting-edge technology to expand the Hydrex Drone Division fleet. → Read More

Nacogdoches company improves drone usage in wooded areas

East Texas-based Hydrex Environmental has adopted a new, cutting-edge technology to expand the Hydrex Drone Division fleet. → Read More

On Wear Red Day, Nacogdoches cardiologist talks about No. 1 killer of women

Nacogdoches cardiologist Dr. Vijaya Pokala speaks about heart disease prevention and his patient, Emily Harris, is listening. → Read More

Not too soon to prepare for spring planting, but beware of fertilizer costs

Agriculturists are appreciating the moisture Deep East Texas is receiving this week. Still, their worries are far from over. Fertilizer and feed prices are skyrocketing it’s leading to sticker shock for consumers and retailers alike. → Read More

Hemphill man still at large gets life sentence for murder

A Sabine County jury sentenced a Hemphill man convicted of murder Friday. → Read More

Hemphill man still at large gets life sentence for murder

A Sabine County jury sentenced a Hemphill man convicted of murder Friday. → Read More

Hemphill man still at large gets 99-years for murder

A Sabine County jury sentenced a Hemphill man convicted of murder Friday. → Read More

Deceased ER worker fondly remembered by co-workers

Emergency room workers fondly remember their deceased co-worker, Hector Martinez, who was killed recently in a car crash. → Read More

Investigation reopened into 2012 disappearance of Nacogdoches man

We first spoke to the Daniels family in 2012. Since then, his mother has passed away never knowing what could have happened to her son. → Read More

Investigation reopened into 2012 disappearance of Nacogdoches man

We first spoke to the Daniels family in 2012. Since then, his mother has passed away never knowing what could have happened to her son. → Read More

Nacogdoches mayor gives input on Low Income Housing Tax Credit proposals

In the city of Nacogdoches four Low Income Housing Tax Credit proposals are on the table. All locations are within the northeast ward, an area showing very little affordable type housing. → Read More

Changes in store for voter applications as deadlines approach

The window is narrowing for deadlines surrounding your right to vote in the march 1st primary election. One cutoff date pertains to voter registration, and the other concerns submitting a vote-by-mail application. Both are complicated by unforeseen factors. → Read More

Nacogdoches County COVID-19 testing sites see uptick in testing numbers

KTREs Donna McCollum spoke with testers and recipients about the importance of testing. → Read More

North Redland community marches to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

The annual Martin Luther King gathering in North Redland in Nacogdoches County focuses on the importance of community. → Read More

Some SFA students don’t know college life without COVID-19 restrictions

KTRE’s Donna McCollum spoke with several students on campus to find out how they feel about the precautions that are being taken...or not taken...on campus. → Read More

WEBXTRA: SFA students discuss masks, other safety precautions as semester begin

KTRE’s Donna McCollum spoke with several students on campus to find out how they feel about the precautions that are being taken...or not taken...on campus. → Read More

Candidates introduced at Nacogdoches County Republican Women event

The Nacogdoches County Republican Women held a prelude to the Republican primary Monday. → Read More

Supply chain disruptions creating challenges for meals at East Texas school districts

Student Nutrition directors at school across the nation, state and Deep East Texas are coping with balancing the pressures of the pandemic. → Read More