Towanda!

Towanda!

Fried Green Tomatoes run deeper in the south than books and movie titles. If you grew up in the Deep South, it is highly likely that you have eaten your fair share (or maybe more than your fair share) of fried green tomatoes. Some folks might call them a … Read More

One Thousand Faces

One Thousand Faces

PALESTINE- Friday, June 2, Beck Rowntree’s “One Thousand Faces” of Palestine reception will be held at the Museum for East Texas Culture from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. Rowntree is a long time resident of Palestine, Texas. She makes art with a mix of photography, paint, and … Read More

Helicopter Safety Training Held at Airport

Helicopter Safety Training Held at Airport

NACOGDOCHES- The Nacogdoches County Fire Fighters Association hosted a Medical Helicopter Landing Zone Safety Seminar Saturday, May 26, at A.L. Mangham Jr. Regional Airport. The safety seminar was conducted by PHI Air Medical (Lufkin) – Chad LeBlanc, Flight Paramedic; Trent Cameron, Flight Nurse; and, … Read More

Cruise Night Hitting the Red Brick Streets this Weekend

Cruise Night Hitting the Red Brick Streets this Weekend

NACOGDOCHES – The East Texas Classic Car Club will be hosting a first friday cruise night on the red brick streets of historic downtown Nacogdoches on Friday, June 1st, 2012. The cruise will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. on … Read More