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GE makes billion dollar offer for Lufkin Industries

GE makes billion dollar offer for Lufkin Industries

General Electric said it planned to buy energy company Lufkin Industries for $3.3 billion. Shares of Lufkin, which builds and maintains equipment for oil and gas wells, surged in premarket trading.
Lufkin Police looking for "false alarm" caller

Lufkin Police looking for "false alarm" caller

Law enforcement spent more than an hour securing a house after what police believe was a false alarm. Lufkin Police tell KETK, they received a call just before 4:30 on Thursday afternoon from a deactivated cell phone.
‘Sticker Shock’ campaign under way in Angelina County

‘Sticker Shock’ campaign under way in Angelina County

The Lufkin Daily News is reporting; The Coalition’s Drug-Free All-Stars joined community leaders Monday at Brookshire Brothers Fresh Harvest Chestnut to kick off “Project Sticker Shock” — a public-awareness campaign taki
Lufkin officials seek help in auto theft ring

Lufkin officials seek help in auto theft ring

The Lufkin Police Department is seeking help in capturing suspects in an car theft ring.
Lufkin PD seeks help in identifying man in kidnapping, theft case

Lufkin PD seeks help in identifying man in kidnapping, theft case

The Lufkin Police Department needs your help capturing a person in connection with a kidnapping and theft of a vehicle.
Smoking ordinance on agenda for council meeting

Smoking ordinance on agenda for council meeting

The Lufkin Daily News is reporting; the issue of a proposed smoking ordinance, which would repeal the 1994 ordinance if passed, comes back to council members for consideration following discussions and a review of a model smoke-free ordinance a
Angelina law enforcment: Zero tolerance for teen drinking

Angelina law enforcment: Zero tolerance for teen drinking

The Lufkin Daily News is reporting; Angelina County law enforcement officials say they are adopting a zero-tolerance policy for minors caught consuming alcohol and the adults who make it available.
Toddler killed in Lufkin wreck

Toddler killed in Lufkin wreck

A toddler died after being injured in a wreck near Lufkin over the weekend. Angelina County DPS officials tell KETK, the wreck happened just before 7:00pm on Friday on Hwy 69, just south of Sm Tucker Rd.
Angelina Co. targeting underage drinking with no tolerance policy

Angelina Co. targeting underage drinking with no tolerance policy

Angelina County law enforcement officials say they are adopting a zero-tolerance policy for minors caught consuming alcohol and the adults who make it available.
3-year-old dies following wreck Friday

3-year-old dies following wreck Friday

A 3-year-old child was removed from life support Sunday night in a Houston hospital following a two-vehicle wreck that occurred Friday night on U.S. Highway 69 north of Lufkin.
USPS to expedite consolidation of Lufkin mail processing center

USPS to expedite consolidation of Lufkin mail processing center

The United States Postal Service has chosen to expedite the closure of the Lufkin Consumer Service Mail Processing Center (or CSMP).
Angelina Co residents give feedback on future of I-69

Angelina Co residents give feedback on future of I-69

The Lufkin Daily News is reporting; the route of future I-69, whether on the existing U.S.
Suspect in Azalea Trail incidents receives additional warrant

Suspect in Azalea Trail incidents receives additional warrant

The Lufkin Daily News is reporting; a Lufkin man accused of sexual misconduct on the Azalea trail had an additional warrant served to him in jail by Lufkin Police.
Public can give feedback this week on proposed routes for Interstate 69

Public can give feedback this week on proposed routes for Interstate 69

The Lufkin Daily News is reporting; the public gets its opportunity to provide feedback on the routing of the proposed I-69 during open house events this week in Lufkin and Nacogdoches.
Zavalla City Council awards contract to move sewer pumping station

Zavalla City Council awards contract to move sewer pumping station

The Lufkin Daily News is reporting; it took three meeting dates, but the Zavalla City Council was able to establish the necessary quorum on Thursday and awarded a contract to an Alto-based construction company to move the city’s sewer pum