Angelina AirFest 2019

Angelina AirFest, SAVE THE DATE: September 28-29, 2019

We recommend that guests attending the show bring their own lawn chairs to spectate.

NO coolers, NO large bags, NO smoking, and NO hand held radios will be allowed in the gates!

Featured performers for AirFest 2019 include headline act Kyle Franklin in Dracula, The Imortal Red Baron, in his Sopwith Pup, Stephen Covington in the Pitts Raptor, Mike “Spanky” Gallaway in the Extra 300, Nathan Hammond “Ghost Writer Airshows” Super Chipmunk, Kate Kyer Pitts Special, Curt and Paul Richmond Pipes and Props Show, Pitts Special and Motorcycle race, Russell Armstrongs L39 Thunderbird, ReMax Skydivers and Hot Air Balloon, Terry Sonoday’s P51 Mustang, Karen Brinkley in her Cessna O2 Deuce, Jed Doggett’s A26 Invader and many more. Bring your chair, and join us for 2 days of adrenaline rush style excitement.

Pre-Sale Ticket Prices at the below locations:
1. Ages 5 and under are FREE
2. Ages 6 and up are $10
3. VIP Tickets are $25. This includes: seating, snacks, water & soft drinks. Includes admission to either Sat. or Sun. performances (not both) and the night show on Sat. evening at 7:30.


Super Commuters on Rise

The number of “super commuters” is on the rise in America.

Super commuters are people who drive at least 90 minutes each way to work, including Newton, Jasper, Polk, Trinity, Walker, Angelina, Nacogdoches, Liberty, Montgomery, and many more

 Full story here

Angelina Habitat For Humanity Looking For Construction Director

 Habitat for Humanity of Angelina County looking to hire full-time Construction Director.

July 18th, 2018 – Since 1996, Habitat for Humanity of Angelina County has built over 20 homes for low-income families in need of safe and affordable housing. Most recently, Habitat for Humanity has begun the construction of a new home for a single mother and her seven children. We are excited by the opportunity to serve families in our community and are blessed by the many volunteers who come together each week to help with construction. At this time, we are searching for a Construction Director who can lead these volunteers and can oversee the construction of our homes from start to finish.

Candidates who are interested in the Construction Director position should have construction knowledge and experience and must be willing to work with volunteers each Saturday. In addition, it is important to us that the person who fills this position agrees with our Christian values and principles. For more information about this position or to submit an application, visit our website at You may also call our office at 632-8445 or send us an email at

Local Toy Drives This Friday & Saturday

The Lufkin Marine Corps League will conduct a two day toy drive this Friday and Saturday at the Walmart Super Center in Lufkin from sun-up into the evening both days.

We need your help desperately! Applications for toys are up substantially so monetary donations and toys are very much appreciated. Come see us and help put smiles on the faces of less fortunate children this Christmas!

Angelina Co. Drop off Locations

Nacogdoches Co. Drop off Locations

Trinity Co. Drop off Locations

Disaster Areas Declared

flood_Dis_areaGovernor declares state of disaster in a number of local counties due to flooding
(AUSTIN) — As flooding continues to impact parts of East and Southeast Texas, Governor Greg Abbott today declared a state of disaster in the following counties: Angelina, Erath, Gregg, Hardin, Harrison, Hood, Jasper, Jefferson, Liberty, Madison, Marion, Newton, Orange, Parker, Sabine, San Augustine, and Tyler. The Governor also elevated the activation level of the State Operations Center (SOC) in Austin, and is urging Texans to stay on high alert and immediately heed any warnings from their local officials related to this severe flood threat.

“Flooding resulting from historic rainfall in East Texas is having a significant impact on residents,” said Governor Abbott. “The State of Texas continues to do everything it can to assist all the counties affected by this severe weather, and my thoughts and prayers are with all those impacted. I want to thank the first responders for their quick response to this disaster and ask that residents heed the warnings of local officials, particularly concerning evacuation notices.”

To read Governor Abbott’s disaster declaration, click here.