DAVID PEAVY BELIEVES IN PRESERVING OUR COMMUNITY’S HISTORY
RWANDAN IMMACULÉE “GABIE” INGABIRE enjoys studying in the U.S., being involved in the community, and learning all she can about business.
New Boston native Taylor Granberry lives out her dreams in front of an audience of 1,100 every single night
Mary Jane Orr reflects on seven decades of creativity, determination, and volunteerism.
Christopher Allen combines his talent for design with his love for art.
Cedrick Harris and his wife, Marie Ferdinand-Harris, have created a solid team
Megan and Jacob Johnson live out their dreams in Texarkana.
Vee and Ron Collins meet, fall in love, and the rest is history.
Although life can me “messy” sometimes for every couple, Brandy and Billy Eldridge always try to show kindness and love to others.
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
The Foundation Gala benefitted mammography services at the CHRISTUS St. Michael Imaging Center.
The Texarkana Chamber of Commerce held its Annual Celebration, “A Night at the Symphony,” on January 25 at Texarkana Convention Center.
Thomas Gilbert, president of Wadley, announced that this rigorous accreditation process is an important step to reinforce the quality care given at Wadley.
On February 8, the Caddo Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, held its Annual Recognition Banquet in the Truman Arnold Center on the Texarkana College campus.
Temple Memorial Rehabilitation Center hosted its sixteenth annual Phantom Ball on January 26 at Northridge Country Club. Phantom’s New Dance “Dancing With Our Stars,” featured a dance contest and introduced special guest –
Temple’s “Kid of the Year,” Raelynn Wolf.
Runners and walkers took off down Broad Street on a 13.1-mile race through both Cities of Texarkana.
The event was held prior to the Symphony’s “Loh Conducts: Brahms and Rachmaninoff” concert.
Every year, one Outstanding Junior League Sustainer is recognized for her commitment to the League and to the community.
As part of Black-History Month, the event featured singers from the Grambling State University Concert Choir, Liberty-Eylau Varsity Choir, and the Texarkana Regional Chorale and Orchestra.
Runnin’ WJ Ranch, area churches, and volunteer groups came together to spread God’s love for people with special needs, ages 14 and older.
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.