The University of Arkansas Hope – Texarkana Staff and Faculty members participate in an awesome program called “Bridge Builders” where they give back to area students by funding scholarships, gas card programs for students, and other beneficial student programs.
With reports of more than 200,000 bikers heading to Washington D.C. for Donald Trump’s Presidential Inauguration. Local representatives of the Christian Motorcyclist Association are traveling to the nation’s capital to minister to the bikers planned to be gathering there.
The citizens of Maud Texas will be voting yes or no for liquor sales in the small east Texas community on May 6, 2017. Citizens collected enough signatures in November of 2016 to get the item added to the upcoming ballot. So we wanted to ask you, should alcohol be sold in Maud Texas? Sound off in our opinion poll!
Officials at Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro Arkansas report that 501 diamonds were discovered at the park in 2016. Of those found, 339 were white, 85 brown, and 77 yellow diamonds, weighing a total of 96.6 carats.
The news story out of Horatio, Arkansas that has made national headlines. “Eight dogs are found shot dead at the home of a woman who ‘rescued’ more than 100 animals from a Texas animal shelter”. I was surprised to hear it involved Ark-La-Tex Animal Rescue Group of Texarkana. So we reached out to the executive director of the group for a response.
Donald Ray Coleman, 34, of Texarkana, Texas has been convicted by a Bowie County jury and given 45 years in prison for three counts of indecency with a child by contact involving a girl who was 12 and 14 years old when the incidents occurred in 2014 and 2016.
Recently a post on social media spread like crazy regarding a police stop on Highway 67 in Texarkana. The person stopped felt suspicious of the officer, but that officer was indeed a DPS Sergeant on-duty. This brought to mind some basic safety tips that the police want you to know.