With a firm foundation of support, Kristi and Jeff Hart are devoted to each other and their community.
Although she grew up in South Germany, Caecilie Spyres is grateful for the journey she has travelled to become an American citizen.
Prosecutors Kelley Crisp and Lauren Richards both share a profound commitment to truth and justice.
Not many people can tell you about the time they rang in the New Year around a bonfire on top of a frozen lake in Alaska while the green lights of Aurora Borealis danced across the sky in the background. Even fewer people, perhaps, can give you a first person account of standing at the South Pole in -40 degrees, or of walking the island of Tinian outside of Guam in the same sand where the Enola Gay was loaded.
As a child, Greer Veon fell in love with reading, a fascination she shared with her grandfather.
Charles Jordan embodies the all-American spirit. Serving as the Constituent Services Representative for Congressman John Ratcliffe, he works for the Fourth District of Texas assisting citizens from the northeast corner of the state from his office at Texarkana College.
JILL ROWE, OWNER OF LIL’ TYKES TUTORING AND ROWE CASA ORGANICS, ENJOYS HELPING OTHERS LEAD HEALTHIER AND HAPPIER LIVES
Trahcing Progress at the Regional Arts Center
MARJORIE SLIMER HAS MADE HER LIFELONG LOVE OF CULINARY ARTS THE FOREFRONT OF HER FOCUS
T-Town Tunes You’ll Love
At some point in our lives, everyone needs a little encouragement.
Fight Texas Fight!
There’s just something special about getting back to nature.
Follow along as we explore the Shreveport Aquarium and Sci-Port Discovery Center
Judy and Benny Moore make O’Farrell Country Vineyards a family affair
Molly Minter enjoys a night of gourmet cuisine at Dannie's Cafe located in Shover Springs, AR
Habitat for Humanity Texarkana recently held a Ground Blessing for future homeowner, R’Ciesae Lee and her family.
The Women for A&M-Texarkana hosted its Annual Membership Celebration on May 9 in the Building for Academic and Student Services on A&M-Texarkana’s campus. Women for A&M-Texarkana President Virginia Trammell welcomed guests, who enjoyed a spring buffet prepared by the catering staff at the university.
Women for the Arts donated $135,000 to the Texarkana Regional Arts & Humanities Council (TRAHC) on May 22.
On Monday, June 10, Tacos 4 Life celebrated its second annual Hunger Hero Day activities by encouraging its patrons to come dressed as a superhero or local hero.
On May 16, Gusano’s Restaurant was the venue for an Armed Forces Day Celebration, sponsored by Texarkana International Rotary Club and hosted by the T.A.B. Anti-Bully group.
First Responder’s Day was held May 22 as part of the fourth annual EMS Appreciation Week festivities. Free breakfast, lunch, and dinner was served for all first responders including EMS, law enforcement and firefighters.
A Private Reception was held June 6 at Northridge Country Club to honor Collom & Carney Clinic Association President and CEO Tom Simmons, who retired June 28, but will remain with Collom & Carney as a consultant.
An afternoon filled with delicious foods, giveaways, and a bake sale took place during Taste of TC, held on May 11 inside the Truman Arnold Student Center on the Texarkana College campus.
The Hospice of Texarkana Foundation hosted “Cocktails, Appetizers and Music” on May 2 at The Silvermoon on Broad.
Judy Morgan hosted the Texarkana Symphony Orchestra’s board and members of the community during a reception honoring TSO’s newly appointed music director, Philip Mann.
The Regional Music Heritage Center announces the recipients of dual Lifetime
Achievement Awards and the Young Musician Award, which will be bestowed during a two-day
event scheduled for March 29-30, 2019.
Texarkana College Trustees learned at their board meeting today that TC has the highest 3-year full-time student graduation rate of all 50 community colleges in Texas.
The United States Navy Concert Band from Washington, D.C., will present a FREE concert at the Sullivan Performing Arts Center & John Thomas Theatre in Texarkana on Tuesday, February 26 at 7:00 p.m.
Join the Texas High School Tiger Theatre Company as they present their spring musical, “Freaky Friday.”
Nurses at CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System are being honored with The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses®.
Women for A&M-Texarkana Donates $97,500 to TAMUT Scholarships
CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System Names New Ministry President
Award-Winning ‘Fine Casual’ Brand Brings Scratch Kitchen and Culinary-Driven Menu
Young Will Shakespeare has writer's block... the deadline for his new play is fast approaching but he's in desperate need of inspiration.
Texarkana Independent School District is now accepting nominations for their annual Distinguished Alumni Award.