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Critters found in Antarctic ice show how tenacious life is - Texarkana Gazette
Associated Press An amphipod lays on ice shortly after it was brought to the surface in a sediment lab in Antarctica. The animal was fished out of an area of total darkness far from the ocean, where it was living in a space of 30 feet of liquid water under ...
TISD holds Distinguished Alumni luncheon - Texarkana Gazette
Staff photo by Evan Lewis Martha Morriss listens to her three sons William, Don, Josh Morriss III sing "Find Us Faithful" at the Texarkana Independent School District’s Distinguished Alumni luncheon held Friday at Texarkana Country Club. Martha and her ...
Two convenience store clerks stabbed during attempted robbery - Texarkana Gazette
Two male convenience store clerks suffered life-threatening injuries Friday morning during an attempted robbery at the Stop and Shop on East 9th St., said Kristi Mitchell, Texarkana, Ark., police spokeswoman. David Clark, 24, was arrested and charged with ...
Josh and Martha Morriss named TISD’s Distinguished Alumni - Texarkana Gazette
Submitted photo Martha Morriss has served and volunteered her time for the Junior League of Texarkana, Hospice of Texarkana, Literacy Council of Bowie and Miller Counties, Texarkana Regional Arts and Humanities Council, Women for the Arts and Keep ...
Post office leaving federal building - Texarkana Gazette
Staff photo by Evan Lewis The United States Postal Service plans to move out of Texarkana’s downtown federal building, but is committed to maintaining an office in downtown Texarkana. Postal Service s...
McLeod, Texas, man arrested after Wednesday evening hit and run incident - Texarkana Gazette
A McLeod, Texas, man was arrested by Texarkana, Texas, police after being involved in a hit and run accident Wednesday evening. Raymond Corbett, 29, was arrested on charges of leaving the scene of crash and causing injury and driving while license is ...
Hopes of preserving Cherokee language rest with children - Texarkana Gazette
Associated Press Rainy Brake leads an early childhood development class at New Kituwah Academy in Cherokee, N.C. Although not a native speaker or enrolled member of the tribe, Brake is helping to ensure that the Cherokee language remains a living one.
Officials seize 15 dogs, 2 hogs - Texarkana Gazette
Staff photo by Curt Youngblood The Bowie County Sheriff’s Office investigated a report of dogs being mistreated, and found more than a dozen adult dogs and puppies that appeared underfed and did not have clean drinking water. Two feral hogs and more than ...
Tulsa MAKES A COMEBACK - Texarkana Gazette
Brian Franklin, owner of DoubleShot Coffee Co., prepares coffee beans for roasting on March 19 in Tulsa, Okla. Franklin’s shop is an example of the unique locations that have sprouted up all over the city in recent years. With a re-energized downtown and ...
Arkansas-side City Manager Harold Boldt announces June 30 resignation - Texarkana Gazette
Texarkana, Ark., City Manager Harold Boldt announced his resignation from the post effective June 30. In a press conference Wednesday morning, Boldt said the $220,000 settlement in the lawsuit former City Clerk Patti Scott Grey filed against him and some ...
Settlement approved in former city clerk's lawsuit against Texarkana, Ark., officials - Texarkana Gazette
A resolution approving a settlement in the lawsuit former City Clerk Patti Scott Grey brought against Texarkana, Ark., has been approved by the City Board of Directors. An order was issued for all those involved in the proceedings, including City ...
Body of missing man found in Clark County - Texarkana Gazette
The body of a missing Ashley County, Ark., man was found Tuesday night near Gurdon, officials said. Wesley Livingston, 24, disappeared about noon March 10 from his work site at the Georgia-Pacific lumber mill in Clark County, Ark., near Gurdon, according ...
How does your garden grow? - Texarkana Gazette
Submitted photo Plant pathologist Dr. Terry Kirkpatrick, center, will introduce specialty fruit and vegetables at the Cooperative Extension Program Horticulture Conference. The fifth annual Cooperative Extension Program Horticulture Conference will be held ...
Plane crash kills 150 in French Alps - Texarkana Gazette
Associated Press A helicopter takes off Tuesday at Seyne-les-Alpes, French Alps. A Germanwings passenger jet carrying at least 150 people crashed Tuesday in a snowy, remote section of the French Alps, sounding like an avalanche as it scattered pulverized ...
‘Get Hard’ draws criticism - Texarkana Gazette
Associated Press In this image released by Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc., Kevin Hart, right, and Will Ferrell appear in a scene from “Get Hard.” NEW YORK—In the annals of film festival flops—from unexpected boos to red-carpet gaffes—the ...