Nacogdoches has been chosen as a top retirement destination by Where to Retire.
The national retirement magazine has a circulation of 200,000 nationwide.
The First Town in Texas will be featured in the story "Eight Enticing Money-Saver Towns" in the magazine's August 23 edition.
Nacogdoches will be featured alongside seven other cities - Myrtle Beach, SC., Augusta, Ga., Huntsville, Ala., Paducah, Ky., Shreveport, La., Colorado Springs, Co., and Logan Utah.
"When you move to Nacogdoches, you get the best in small-town life, complete with a college, attractive downtown and a rich history," said Where to Retire Editor Mary Lu Abbot.
"Bargain housing prices, a low cost of living and no state income tax make this Texas town a retirement dream."
The magazine offers one free issue via its website, http://www.wheretoretire.com/
Nacogdoches was one of the first three Go Texan Certified Retirement Communities, a program of the Texas Department of Agriculture.