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Caleb Beames


Lufkin, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Caleb:

‘Tragic for this community:’ Hudson church total loss after fire

“The loss of this building is going to be tragic,” Burns said. “Extremely tragic for the community, the people that go here. We are upset that we could not do more based on the situation when we got here. " → Read More

Longview, Carthage squads lead way in preseason football polls

Longview and Carthage both will start the year as No. 1 ranked teams in their respective divisions. → Read More

Error on final out sends Brock to state championship over Diboll

Diboll took on Brock Friday in their first ever state tournament appearance. → Read More

Diboll heads to state tournament with full community support

The town of Diboll is painted red and baseball fever is at an all-time high. → Read More

Large alligator removed from Lufkin’s Jones Park Lake

The alligator will be relocated to a safer area. → Read More

Large alligator removed from Lufkin’s Jones Park Lake

The alligator will be relocated to a safer area. → Read More

SFA Bowling advances to NCAA National Championship

The Stephen F. Austin State University bowling team won their two opening-round matchups against McKendree and Vanderbilt to earn a spot in the NCAA National Championship match Saturday night. → Read More

Trees, powerlines down after storms in Nacogdoches

A large pine tree fell in Nacogdoches, knocking out power at Raguet Street and Zeno. → Read More

East Texan has front-row seat to St. Peter’s Cinderella story

Diboll native Doug Waters never could have imagined last November what was on the horizon for his life when he took a job with St. Peter’s University. → Read More

NWS prelim report: EF-2 hit Crockett

Residents of Norman Lane began picking up the pieces of their homes following a strong storm Monday night. → Read More

WEBXTRA: Details announced for 2022 Angelina benefit rodeo

The best cowboys and cowgirls with the PRCA will be on Lufkin April 20-23. Livestock this year will be provided once again by Stace Smith contractors. → Read More

Ladyjacks will lean on lessons from. 2021 tourney loss as they prepare for Tar Heels

SFA is once again in the 5-12 matchup. Last year they led Georgia Tech 34-17 at halftime but lost in overtime 54-52. → Read More

Ladyjacks NCAA Tournament bound

For the second straight year the Stephen F. Austin State University Ladyjacks are headed to the NCAA Tournament. → Read More

Woman caught ShareLunker bass after ‘last-minute’ decision to go fishing

For the woman who caught a 13.27-pound ShareLunker bass in Lake Nacogdoches on March 10, the decision to go fishing that day was “last minute.” → Read More

Plenty of baseball to watch despite MLB lockout

No professional baseball? No problem. → Read More

East Texans still on road to Super Bowl after wild Divisional round weekend

The Divisional round of the NFL playoffs did not disappoint and now several East Texans are one win away from a trip to the Super Bowl. → Read More

WEBXTRA: Diboll softball begins work, hoping to return to state

The UIL officially kicked off softball season on Friday, allowing schools to hold their first practices. → Read More

4 Rusk High School athletes sign to play college sports

Four student athletes at Rusk High School celebrated their college signing day Tuesday morning. → Read More

High expectations, tough schedule await SFA softball team

KTRE Sports Director Caleb Beames talked to coach Nicole Dickson about the expectations and challenges that await her team this season. → Read More

SFA basketball players give back to kids during Christmas break

With the announcement of two game cancelations just days apart, the SFA men’s basketball team would not let a rough start to the Christmas break get in the way of a tradition the program has done for several years. → Read More