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City OKs Alcoa’s $250K incentive - Texarkana Gazette
Staff photo by Joshua Boucher • Texarkana, Texas, Police Chief Dan Shiner; Texarkana, Ark., Chief Robert Harrison; Texas-side Mayor Bob Bruggeman and Arkansas-side Mayor Ruth Penney-Bell honor Jeff Schreve of First Baptist Texarkana for his support of ...
Amid airstrikes, Putin mania takes hold - Texarkana Gazette
Associated Press • Pro-Syrian government protesters hold a banner and a poster in Arabic that reads, "Thanks Russia, Thanks China," on Feb. 7, 2012, as they cheer on a convoy believed to be transporting Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in Damascus ...
Gun advocates challenge zoos’ bans on possession - Texarkana Gazette
Associated Press • This photo, courtesy of Edwin Walker with Texas Law Shield, shows the entrance to the Dallas Zoo. DALLAS —Visitors to the Houston Zoo can now pack a little something extra besides a camera and picnic basket. The nearly century-old ...
Princeton economist wins Nobel prize - Texarkana Gazette
Angus Deaton has dug into obscure data to explore a range of problems: The scope of poverty in India. How poor countries treat young girls. The link between income inequality and economic growth. Published: 10/13/2015
Man arrested after crashing plane he took for Texas joyride - Texarkana Gazette
WASKOM, Texas—A Louisiana man has been arrested after authorities say he took an airplane without the owner’s permission from an East Texas airport outside Marshall and later crashed. Published: 10/13/2015
Secret Service agent Jerry Parr, who saved Reagan, dies at 85 - Texarkana Gazette
Jerry Parr, the Secret Service agent who shoved President Ronald Reagan into the back of the presidential limousine and ordered the car to the hospital during the 1981 assassination attempt, died F...
Temple Memorial to offer therapy for autistic youths - Texarkana Gazette
Temple Memorial Rehabilitation Center will soon begin offering a new program of intense therapy for children with autism. Funding for the program will come from the Texas Department of Assistive an...
Two detained in shooting at Texas Southern are released - Texarkana Gazette
Police still searching for suspect in death of 18-year-old student HOUSTON—Police searched for a suspect Monday after releasing two men detained last week in connection with the fatal shooting of an 18-year-old student at Texas Southern University.
Local call center to fill 150 jobs - Texarkana Gazette
• Alorica to start job fair today at facility on Jefferson Avenue; training begins Oct. 26 Alorica, a worldwide provider of customer management outsourcing solutions, announced Monday it plans to hire 150 “customer care associates” at the Texarkana, Ark.
Airman William Broadwater dies - Texarkana Gazette
William E. Broadwater, a member of the Tuskegee Airmen, a group of black pilots and support personnel who overcame racial obstacles to serve their country in World War II, died Sept. 22 at a hospit...
150 jobs coming to Texarkana - Texarkana Gazette
Alorica will hire 150 customer care associates at its Texarkana facility, located at 3432 Jefferson Blvd. A job fair is set for Tuesday and Wednesday on site. Alorica representatives will be recruiting full-time and seasonal position. New employees will ...
Patriots Prevail - Texarkana Gazette
Associated Press • New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is pressured by Dallas Cowboys’ Tyrone Crawford during the first half Sunday in Arlington, Texas. ARLINGTON, Texas—Chants of “Bra-dy” arose several times from a large New England ...
50th Anniversary - Texarkana Gazette
Sam and Shirley Mason celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a surprise reception given by their children for family and friends, followed by a trip to New England. They were married Sept. ...
Japan looks to the future - Texarkana Gazette
Renderings from Toyota Motor Corp. • The Toyota FCV Plus, a concept model that highlights Toyota’s vision for its future fuel cell, is shown. Renderings from Toyota Motor Corp. • The Toyota Kikai is shown. At Tokyo Motor Show, starting Oct. 30 ...
Hundreds join Ashdown, Malvern football players in A Circle of Prayer - Texarkana Gazette
Staff photo by Jerry Habraken Ashdown's Quincy Jones, left, Erik Dorse, center, and Austin Marshall hold hands while praying with the Malvern High School football team and members of the community that wished to participate before the game Friday night at ...