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Pet-friendly dating sites match up people, pooches - Texarkana Gazette
Associated Press Kris Rotonda, who founded YouMustLoveDogsDating.com, poses with his girlfriend Denise Fernandez and three of his four dogs, Kobe, a bichon frise; Jordan, a bull mastiff German shepherd and Samoyed mix; and Coco, a Yorkie, in Clearwater, Fla.
Park hits Centennial - Texarkana Gazette
This July 20 photo shows a portion of the Upper Ute Trail in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado, one of several good day hikes in the eastern side of the park, using the town of Estes Park as a gateway. The park is launching a yearlong celebration of ...
Former New Orleans mayor to serve sentence in Texarkana - Texarkana Gazette
NEW ORLEANS—Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin was ordered to report to a federal prison camp next to Federal Correctional Institute in Texarkana, Texas, by noon Sept. 8, WDSU News in New Orleans reported. Nagin, who now lives in the Dallas area, was ...
Farm harvest means it’s tomato time - Texarkana Gazette
MCT Heirloom tomatoes come in all sizes, shapes and colors. They are packaged upside down for better ripening. MCT Ariel Pressman grows tomatoes and other crops at Seed to Seed Farm in Clear Lake, Wis. He is on his third year of farming on his own.
1946 coupe returns home - Texarkana Gazette
Staff photo by Neil Abeles Clay Collins refers to this car he is restoring as his girlfriend. The 1946 Ford business coupe certainly looks as if it is smiling about this idea as well. Staff photo by Neil Abeles Car owner and restorer Clay Collins, left, is ...
PIONEER DAYS PARADE - Texarkana Gazette
Staff photo by Curt Youngblood Hubbard Brintley uses a cellphone Saturday to record the Pioneer Days parade in New Boston, Texas. Brintley is watching the parade with his wife, Sarah Brintley. Staff photo by Curt Youngblood Crowds line Front Street in ...
Texarkana, Ark., hotel/restaurant tax repeal proposal fails to make November ballot - Texarkana Gazette
Texarkana, Ark., voters will not be considering the repeal of the city's 2 percent tax on hotel and restaurant purchases in November, according to a city official. On Tuesday, City Clerk Heather Soyars wrote a letter stating she "must decline to certify ...
Man accused of child sex abuse apparently attempts suicide, is convicted - Texarkana Gazette
A defendant in a Bowie County child sex abuse case apparently attempted suicide in the county jail annex, hours before a jury on Tuesday found Shawn Lewis Smith guilty of aggravated sexual assault of a child, among other charges. The jury handed Smith a 99 ...
Pope gets crash course on Korea - Texarkana Gazette
Associated Press Pope Francis holds the pastoral staff as he celebrates a Mass of reconciliation on Monday at Seoul's main cathedral, in South Korea. Pope Francis wrapped up his first trip to Asia on Monday by challenging Koreans—from the North and the ...
Charges to come in toxic-tea case - Texarkana Gazette
A sign in the window of Dickey’s Barbecue Pit is shown Monday in South Jordan, Utah. The Utah police agency investigating how iced tea that a woman drank at a restaurant ended up laced with an industrial cleaning solution is forwarding its findings to ...