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
Go Texarkana Broadcasts Texarkana’s Goodness Far and Wide.
SHELBY AND TEXARKANA ARKANSAS MAYOR ALLEN BROWN DEVOTE TIME, TALENT, AND RESOURCES FOR THE BETTERMENT OF THE COMMUNITY
AR-TX REDI, a nonprofit organization, aims to create jobs and expand the regional economic base by attracting new businesses and industries to the area. REDI was created to promote the value of the region’s unique resources along the interstate corridors in Miller (AR) and Bowie (TX) Counties. The region is positioned for exponential economic growth within the manufacturing, logistics and technology sectors. The state line is a unifier that will help the region stand-out and prosper in a competitive economic development environment.
In January 2013, Dr. Emily Cutrer was appointed President of Texas A&M University-Texarkana. A historian at heart, Emily and her husband, Tom, also a cultural historian and Professor Emeritus at Arizona State University, immediately became immersed in the Texarkana community. Even with a schedule that would be daunting to most, Emily enjoys helping students realize their full potential and serves on the boards of a myriad of community organizations.
A district manager for Cherry Hill Programs, Terri Lynn oversees hiring and training for malls in Louisiana and Mississippi working in seasonal photography promotions. She is also a food broker for Prep Cakes, a business that specializes in sugar-free meal replacement sweet treats. She was previously the studio coordinator for Barbell Butterfly in Shreveport, where she also served as a weight training instructor for clients there and in Texarkana. She was recently hired by The Sportsplex to teach group fitness classes and is pursuing a Personal Training certification so she can work as a trainer there.
Joyfully retired, Bernice Riles is married to her husband, Samuel. She has two sons, Rodney Lavelle Adkins and Vincent DeWayne Taylor, and one daughter, Barbara Jean Adkins-Sears. Her favorite Bible verse that she strives to live by every day is Proverbs 3:5-6: Trust in the Lord with all thine heart, and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct thy paths.
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
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.
On Thursday, May 16, Better Homes and Gardens® Real Estate Infinity celebrated its Grand Opening with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Garden Party/Open House.
The Texarkana Arkansas School District celebrated Rep. Carol Dalby as the Arkansas High School Distinguished Alumna during a Reception on April 25 at the Arkansas High School Red Wall.
PhonePros presented a community-wide Easter event on April 20 at their Gibson Lane location.
Wadley Regional Medical Center presented the fourth annual Texarkana Dragon Boat Festival at Bringle Lake Park.
A day of exploring and learning took place at the Discovery Place Interactive Museum and the Museum of Regional History on May 11 during the Texarkana Museums System’s DownTown TinkerTown.
Rotary Club International and Oaklawn Rotary Club hosted an annual picnic for Opportunities, Inc. on May 14 at Bobby Ferguson Park.
The Pleasant Grove Independent School District Education Foundation hosted its annual Culinary Uncorked event on April 26 at the home of Danielle and Dr. Chad Patterson.
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.