August 18, 2017: NPD Crime Report

This is a complete list of reports responded to by the Nacogdoches Police Department

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August 18, 2017: Nacogdoches Sheriff’s Crime Log

This is the report from the Nacogdoches County Jail that lists the arrests made from 6 a.m. of the previous day to 6 a.m. of the listed day.

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August 18, 2017: Nacogdoches County Booking Report

This is the report from the Nacogdoches County Jail that lists the arrests made from 6 a.m. of the previous day to 6 a.m. of the listed day.

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August 14-August 18, 2017: County Court At Law

Record Of Criminal Actions taken by Nacogdoches County Court At Law

This is the report of the cases where a verdict was decided.



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Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce announces annual award recipients

Contact: Kelly Daniel 936-560-5533
Membership & Marketing Manager

The Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors named the Nacogdoches Treatment Center as the first recipient of the Non-Profit of the Year award. Pictured from left are Chamber Chairman Scarlett Sloane Long, the center's Executive Director Kathy Strong, and Chamber President/CEO C. Wayne Mitchell. (Photo by Kelly Daniel)

The Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors named the Nacogdoches Treatment Center as the first recipient of the Non-Profit of the Year award. Pictured from left are Chamber Chairman Scarlett Sloane Long, the center’s Executive Director Kathy Strong, and Chamber President/CEO C. Wayne Mitchell.
(Photo by Kelly Daniel)

The Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce board of directors has named the 2017 Gary Justice Business Excellence award recipients, the Citizens of the Year and the Non-Profit of the Year.

“The chamber of commerce directors are thrilled to have an opportunity to honor these outstanding businesses and individuals, and now we are including a non-profit from our community,” said Scarlett Sloane Long, chairman of the Board of Directors. “The recognition is well deserved as they each contribute to making Nacogdoches a great place to live. Congratulations to all of them for a job well done.”

The 2017 award recipients are:
• SERVPRO® of Lufkin/S. Nacogdoches County is Small Business of the Year, award sponsored by Heritage Land Bank;
• Newk’s Eatery #1057 is Medium Business of the Year, award sponsored by Regions Bank;
• NMC Health Network is Large Business of the Year, award sponsored by R&K Distributors, Inc.;
• Richard and Barbara DeWitt are the Citizens of the Year, award sponsored by Tipton Ford, Inc.;
• Nacogdoches Treatment Center is Non Profit of the Year, award sponsored by Charles Pool Real Estate, Inc.

“There are many Nacogdoches County Chamber members that go above and beyond what is expected and what is necessary,” said Betty Shinn, planning committee chairman. “The addition of the non-profit award expands the recognition of deserving community partners that make a big difference in the quality of life we enjoy.”

All award honorees will be recognized and the 2017-2018 Chamber Board of Directors will be inducted at the 96th Annual Meeting & Membership Banquet on Tuesday, Sept. 26, at The Fredonia Hotel and Convention Center, the event’s presenting sponsor.

“Holding the event at the Fredonia will make for a memorable Chamber banquet,” Shinn said. “To capture the moments and add a special touch, the planning committee has secured a photographer who will take photos of all attendees as they arrive and at their tables.”

The community may learn more about each award honoree through a series of feature stories that will run in The Daily Sentinel leading up to the annual meeting. At the event, videos produced by Terri Thompson Wade will be shown during the award presentations.

Table reservations are available. Businesses may have corporate recognition as a Gold sponsor for $2,000, a Silver sponsor for $1,000 or a Bronze sponsor for $750. Individual tickets admission tickets are available for $40. Seating is limited, and the reservation deadline is Sept. 15. For more information, contact the Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce at 936-560-5533 or send email messages to chamber@nactx.com.

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August 17, 2017: NPD Crime Report

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August 17, 2017: Nacogdoches Sheriff’s Crime Log

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August 17, 2017: Nacogdoches County Booking Report

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Nacogdoches Public Library News Releases

Contact information: Mercedes Franks
(936) 559-2970

Solar Eclipse Event at the Public Library

The Nacogdoches Public Library will host a solar eclipse viewing party on Monday, August 21st from 12:30-1:15 pm. A limited supply of solar eclipse glasses will be available for customers on a first-come, first-serve basis. The library staff will also have volunteers and staff available to help participants view the eclipse using optical projection and telescopes. The event is free and no registration is required.
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Contact information: Mercedes Franks
(936) 559-2970

Computer Basics at the Public Library

The Nacogdoches Public Library announces its beginner computer class schedule for Fall 2017. Computer Basics, which teaches mouse skills, copying, pasting, and basic Internet searching, will be offered on August 30th, October 4th, November 1st, and December 6th. All class times are at 4:00 pm. Classes are free, but registration is requested. Please call 559-2970 to register.

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SFA’s Dr. Brandon Fox awarded Montgomery Professorship for Humane Education

Dr. Brandon Fox, associate professor of elementary education at Stephen F. Austin State University, was awarded the 2017-20 Montgomery Professorship for Humane Education in the James I. Perkins College of Education.

Dr. Brandon Fox, associate professor of elementary education at Stephen F. Austin State University, was awarded the 2017-20 Montgomery Professorship for Humane Education in the James I. Perkins College of Education.

Dr. Brandon Fox, associate professor of elementary education at Stephen F. Austin State University, was awarded the 2017-20 Montgomery Professorship for Humane Education in the James I. Perkins College of Education.

The professorship was established by the late Charlotte Baker Montgomery in memory of her husband, Roger. The professorship’s purpose is to encourage and perpetuate the teaching of humane education concepts and methods in public and private elementary and secondary schools through the support of teacher preparation in humane education.

“It is an honor to expand on the legacy of Charlotte and Roger Montgomery and to be recognized as valuing humane education,” Fox said. “Receiving this professorship is exciting because it provides an opportunity to further advance humane education through my research, service and teaching.”

Humane education is a process that assists children in developing compassion, a sense of justice and respect for all living things. Humane education helps children gain the knowledge and understanding to behave according to these principles and foster a sense of responsibility needed to affirm and act upon humane education principles.

Fox submitted a plan for the professorship that included ideas regarding professional development, establishing a humane education resource library, and expanding local, state and regional connections for humane education. His plan also suggested creating opportunities for field experiences for kindergarten through 12th grade students, as well as pre-service and in-service teachers.

Dr. Judy Abbott, dean of SFA’s James I. Perkins College of Education, and Dr. Elizabeth Vaughan, chair of the Department of Elementary Education, selected Fox for the award.

As the recipient of the professorship, Fox will manage the humane education program, which includes teaching and recruiting students for courses and professional development in the field; maintaining a collection of books and humane education materials for students, teachers and the public; encouraging humane education projects and activities; serving as a liaison with the Texas Environmental Education Advisory Committee; and annually attending animal welfare organization conferences.

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