Nacogdoches Community Remembering the Columbia Tragedy This Week
NACOGDOCHES- With the 10th Anniversary of the space shuttle Columbia disaster this Friday, February 1, 2013 members of the Nacogdoches community are doing their part to honor and remember the tragedy. The space shuttle Columbia was the first shuttle of NASA’s orbital fleet to be capable of space travel, and it completed 27 missions, before tragedy struck during re-entry on its 28th mission.
Annual Crawfish Boil at the Anderson County Livestock Arena
PALESTINE- Saturday, May 5, head out to the Anderson County Livestock Arena at 5:00 p.m. to enjoy six tons of mudbugs! Tickets for the event are $25 in advance and $30 at the gate. Tables for 10 are available to reserve for $275. Advance tickets can be purchased from area FFA and 4-H students, as well as L&L Shoe Store, Cavender’s and Roundhouse Liquor, all of Palestine.
Fine Dining In the Pines
Red Fire Grille
By Dana Goolsby
PALESTINE, TEXAS- You don’t have to leave the Piney Woods of East Texas for a fine dining experience that you will never forget. In fact, forgetting won’t be an option as you will crave the flavors and ambience only Executive Chef Christian Mailloux and his wife Dawn are capable of creating at Red Fire Grille in Palestine. Now you can enjoy dining locally with all of the commodities that you may have once had to travel to Houston, Dallas, Austin or Shreveport to get.