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Officials meet to discuss Ebola preparedness - Texarkana Gazette
Health care providers, emergency personnel and first responders from the Four States area met Wednesday to discuss Ebola preparedness plans in this area. Officials say the meeting is an important step to get every one on the same page when it comes to ...
TASTE OF TEXARKANA - Texarkana Gazette
Staff photo by Jerry Habraken David James of Alberts Meat Co., left, cuts off a piece of prime rib for Morgan Jerry during the 23rd annual Taste of Texarkana on Tuesday evening at the Four States Fairgrounds. "This event is my happy place," Jerry joked.
Sturdy kale has become popular for a reason - Texarkana Gazette
MCT A salad featuring Freekeh. They may not be households words yet, but grains like freekeh, farro and quinoa, are becoming more popular as health-conscious consumers rediscover these ancient foods....
Ticket Punched - Texarkana Gazette
Staff photo by Jerry Habraken Pleasant Grove’s Blair Smith digs the ball during their game against Liberty-Eylau on Tuesday night at Hawk Gym. It was more of a test of wills than a volleyball match at Hawk Gym Tuesday. In a night of big hits, great ...
Surging Steelers - Texarkana Gazette
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Lance Moore catches a touchdown pass from wide receiver Antonio Brown in front of Houston Texans cornerback Johnathan Joseph on Monday in Pittsburgh. Associated Press PITTSBURGH—Brett Keisel saw the ball drop into his 36 ...
Bowie County JP suspended from duties by state commission - Texarkana Gazette
Bowie County Precinct 7 Justice of the Peace Patrick James has been suspended without pay from his JP and Hooks municipal judge positions, an order from the State Commission on Judicial Conduct shows. James had no comment when reached Tuesday and directed ...
Rest or Rust? - Texarkana Gazette
Associated Press San Francisco Giants’ Michael Morse runs the bases after his home run in the eighth inning against the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 5 of the National League Championship Series on Thursday in San Francisco. KANSAS CITY, Mo.—Alex Gordon ...
Lieutenant governor hopefuls say post is essential - Texarkana Gazette
Associated Press Republican U.S. Rep. Tim Griffin, shown, and Democrat John Burkhalter both say the Arkansas lieutenant governor’s office is still very much needed, even though the post has been vacant for nine months and some lawmakers are working to ...
EARLTON VAUGHN - Texarkana Gazette
HUGHES SPRINGS, Texas—Earlton “Bootsy” Vaughn, 86, of Daingerfield, Texas, died Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014. Mr. Vaughn was born Nov. 18, 1927. He was retired from Lone Star Steel, was a Master Mason, a member of Jenkins Methodist Church and an Army veteran.
WALTER BEVERS - Texarkana Gazette
DeKALB, Texas—Walter “Eddie” Bevers, 72, of New Boston, Texas, died Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014, in a local hospital. Arrangements are pending with Bates Family Funeral Home. Visitation will be 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28, in Ringwood Cemetery.
Beyond the corn - Texarkana Gazette
• Darren Wilson, general manager of the Poet-DSM cellulosic ethanol plant in Emmetsburg, Iowa, stands in a complex of pipes and tanks. In this key stage of making ethanol from inedible parts of corn, sugars locked in the fibers of corn cobs and stalks ...
Comedy club owner searches for the world’s funniest person - Texarkana Gazette
n Israeli comedian Lioz Shem Tov and comedian Nitin Mirani of the United Arab Emirates are two of the ten semifinalists in the World’s Funniest Person competition. • Jamie Masada, owner of the venerable Hollywood nightclub The Laugh Factory, speaks Nov ...
A&M-Texarkana club gets large donation - Texarkana Gazette
Texas A&M University-Texarkana Eagle Club hosted a luncheon Oct. 13 to thank athletic booster club supporters Amy and Clay Robinson, who won a drawdown fundraiser that raised $15,000 for athletic s...
County forms panel to fight identity theft - Texarkana Gazette
A committee has been formed to review Bowie County personal data to develop guidelines to protect employees from identity theft, a move prompted by a request for payroll and other county data by Co...
Nissan Titan - Texarkana Gazette
Covered with mud and decorated by the wedding party, a Nissan Titan Pro-4X is perfectly comfortable after rolling through rocky, muddy, mountainous roads to the Albert Pike scenic overlook near Bard Springs, Ark. Staff photo by Bill Owney BARD SPRINGS, Ark.