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Pleasant Grove High School Showstopper Officers receive Best Overall Performance Rating at Officer Camp

The Pleasant Grove High School Showstopper Officers attended Encore Officer Camp in Frisco, Texas June 7-10. Their camp routine performances were given blue ribbons by the judges for attaining the highest level of achievement...

Healing Harmonics

Ten years ago, Lura Dell Clark, a Texarkana resident, was diagnosed with congestive heart failure. She often had a hard time breathing without any exertion or reason to feel short of breath. A week...

A&M-Texarkana to host Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush

Texas A&M University-Texarkana officials and students will host Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush for a breakfast and tour of the university on Tuesday, June 25th. Bush, grandson of President George HW Bush, will be in Texarkana...

Bringle Lake Art Park brings artists and community together

The spillway at Bringle Lake has recently transformed, like the butterflies that are abundant there, into something more beautiful. Once plagued by litter and lewd graffiti, local artists and other community members have come...

Oldest grave in Rondo Cemetery gets new headstone

A new headstone now marks the oldest grave in Old Rondo Cemetery. Six year old Susan P. Owen was buried in the cemetery in 1839. She died October 8, 1839. Her father Alexander Owen donated...

CHRISTUS St. Michael holding walk-in interviews for nursing positions

CHRISTUS St. Michael is looking for compassionate and experienced nurses to fill a number of positions, and will be holding walk-in interviews throughout the entire month of June. This is the first time for...

Father accused of murder in infant son’s death gets new lawyer

A 25-year-old Texarkana, Texas, father facing a murder charge in the December 2018 death of his 2-month-old son has been appointed a new lawyer. Court records show that 202nd District Judge John Tidwell appointed Texarkana...

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