The Ark-La-Tex’s Featured Athlete of the Week
Do you know an athlete in the Ark-La-Tex that we should tell the world about? We want to hear their stories.
Sandra Calloway – A Texarkana Educator Remembered
We absolutely love educators. They shape us as children and help mold us into the people we eventually become. One woman took this task seriously for 20 years, leading Texarkana’s youths by example.
3 Killed in Shooting Near Texas A&M Campus [VIDEO]
Police report that at least one law enforcement officer and one civilian have been killed along with the gunman near the Texas A&M University’s campus.
Faith Runs Deep at Dalby Springs
As I’ve traveled across the Ark-La-Tex, it is increasingly evident how important religion and God are in the lives of local residents. This is also true in a little community called Dalby Springs, just 11 miles south of Dekalb on the western side of Bowie County.
Townsquare Media Texarkana Responds to the ‘Dark Knight’ Shootings
Townsquare Media As Americans try to wrap their minds around the heinous shootings at the Century Cinema in Aurora, Colorado, we at Townsquare Media are also left wondering why it happened and what can be done to prevent this type of tragedy in the future ...
Tight Budgets Reduce School Programs – But Should Music Education Be Cut? [POLL]
In Philadelphia, Penn., the Great Valley School Board proposed in March that athletic programs, social workers and elementary school music lessons be cut in order to close a $5.6 million financial gap and stay within budget for the 2012-2013 school year, according to Pete Kennedy on Patch.com. To date, no final decisions have been made.
College Hill Elementary School Students Bid A Fond Farewell to Music Education Teacher Jimmy Jones
Music educator Jimmy Jones retires after 39 years of teaching students about the rich history of music and the joy of performing classic masterpieces.
Smoke Rises Over Eastern Texarkana Friday Morning, But What’s On Fire?
Texarkana residents noticed thick brown smoke rising into the sky this morning in a towering pillar that nearly blotted out the sun. But what was on fire?