September 11th, also now known as Patriot’s Day, is a day that many of us proudly display Old Glory, at our homes and businesses. There’s one group that wants us to stand up and
The Community Unity project began in March, when the pandemic was starting to affect our area elderly in Texarkana, and surrounding communities, with little to no food, water, and supplies at home. It’s five
Here is the updated information on Hurricane Laura, from Miller County Judge Cathy Harrison and Office of Emergency Management for Miller County, Director Joe Bennett, for Thursday, August 26.
Texarkana Symphony Orchestra’s annual event, which was rescheduled from this spring, is this Thursday. August 27th.
Texarkana Museum Systems presents TMS Curator Jamie Simmons and Board President Velvet Hall Cool, in the Facebook program, ‘Two Old Ladies and Louie the Llama’ this Friday, August 14th.
We have start dates for area colleges and universities. Don’t let COVID19 stop you from earning your degree all of these institutions have developed plans for distance learning.
The Texarkana, Arkansas Department of Finance and and Administration’s local revenue office is now closed until further notice, due to a potential of COVID-19 exposure there.
Parents if it’s time for ‘The TALK’ in your household, with your son or daughter, and you can’t find the right words, or even how to begin…this might be a solution for you.
The Virtual Mental Health Update is this Thursday, August 13th, and Friday, August 14th, at Texarkana College. Each day the seminar is from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM online.
Who is Jane? Why are we saving her? The Texarkana Children’s Advocacy Center and CASA for Children Texarkana want to tell you more. Click here for the event link.