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The summer heat has set in and while most of us just want to sit inside in the air conditioning, our community is full of people working diligently to bring meals, books, and smiles to Nacogdoches area children.

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A strong opinion page in any newspaper represents a cross section of the community with various viewpoints. It is thought provoking and inclusive.

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It is a wonderful program Nacogdoches ISD offers each year to feed children 1 to 18 breakfast and lunch each summer weekday.

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On this date 243 years ago, the 56 delegates to the Second Continental Congress gathered in Philadelphia to ratify the Declaration of Independence.

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It’s time for anyone with information about the death of a Nacogdoches man to come forward and tell what they know.

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In January, the state’s top three elected officials promised results on education finance reform that would include property tax relief and a much needed pay boost for teachers.

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Gov. Greg Abbot saved Texans a whole lot of grief this week when he used his executive power to keep the Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners alive until lawmakers can take up the issue in 2021.

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