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PG boys rally - Texarkana Gazette
Staff photo by Curt Youngblood • Pleasant Grove’s Jacob Smith crosses the plate to score the Hawks’ second run against Crandall in the Region II-4A quarterfinals. As far as the Crandall Pirates are concerned, the fat lady missed her cue. They can ...
FLOOD WATCH - Texarkana Gazette
Staff photo by Andie Martin •The Red River at U.S. Highway 259 north of DeKalb, Texas, is already over its banks at a point where usually only a small trickle of water is seen in the bottom of the river’s canyon. Staff photo by Andie Martin • The Red ...
Huckabee supports Duggar after molestation allegations - Texarkana Gazette
When a tabloid magazine published molestation allegations against Josh Duggar, the reality-show star turned conservative activist, he did not have many defenders. But one emerged on Friday afternoo...
Poll: Americans vastly overestimate number in LGBT population - Texarkana Gazette
Same-sex marriage is one of the fastest-moving social issues in U.S. history, having become legal in state after state as Americans cheer it in ever-growing numbers. But one thing is slightly off-k...
Q&A: Looking for answers about livestock antibiotics - Texarkana Gazette
NEW YORK—Wal-Mart, the world's biggest retailer, is the latest company to ask its suppliers to curb the use of antibiotics in farm animals. Here's a rundown of what's driving the decision: Published: 05/23/2015
‘Rising’ for independence - Texarkana Gazette
Bill Paxton stars as Sam Houston in five-night, 10-hour miniseries, premiering Monday on History To say that Bill Paxton was an obvious choice to play Gen. Sam Houston in the new History miniseries “Texas Rising” is somewhat of an understatement.
NEVA HOOD - Texarkana Gazette
NEW BOSTON, Texas—Neva Claudine Hood, 77, of New Boston died Wednesday, May 20, 2015, at her home. Mrs. Hood was born Oct. 20, 1937, in New Boston, Texas. She was a retired clerical worker and a member of Old Salem Baptist Church. She was preceded in ...
Differing perceptions of Waco, Baltimore bothering some - Texarkana Gazette
Associated Press A McLennan County deputy stands guard Sunday near a group of bikers in the parking lot of a Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, Texas. WASHINGTON—The prevailing images of protests in Baltimore and Ferguson, Missouri, over police killings of ...
The time has come to resurrect the classic chocolate mousse - Texarkana Gazette
Tribune News Service Chocolate mousse was once the go-to dessert for just about any dinner party or fancy restaurant meal. It’s easy to see why. Tribune News Service Chocolate mousse was once the go-to dessert for just about any dinner party or fancy ...
Cookbook helps keep one tribe’s legacy alive - Texarkana Gazette
Tribune News Service “Louisiana Cooking By Native American Choctaw-Apache” has been a labor of love by author Dorsey Ebarb Bronson. On the eastern shore of the Sabine River, on the Texas-Louisiana border, the Choctaw-Apache Tribe of Ebarb, La.
Area first responders get lunch, love for EMS Week - Texarkana Gazette
Staff photo by Curt Youngblood Kelly Cox with LifeNet fleet services eats barbecue with coworkers during a lunch celebrating National EMS Week. Responding to emergencies isn’t an easy job. It’s full of unknowns including working in wild weather ...
Discovery opens door for homemade morphine - Texarkana Gazette
Afghan farmers harvest raw opium at a poppy field in Kandahar’s Zhari district, Afghanistan. A team led by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley has identified the steps to make morphine and other painkillers in the laboratory without ...
Silver Medalists - Texarkana Gazette
Photo courtesy Kimberly Busby L-E’s Morgan Utsey passes the baton to Frechaundra Waller in the 4x200 meter relay Saturday at the Texas 4A state track championships at the University of Texas. L-E won the relay and brought home the team silver.
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY WOMEN BUILD - Texarkana Gazette
Associated Press Over seventy women from all over the Rio Grande Valley volunteered their time to the Habitat for Humanity Women Build event on May 9 in Primera, Texas. They raised the frame of one of two houses under construction. Associated Press Habitat ...
Nun who kissed Elvis Presley helps answer abbey’s prayers - Texarkana Gazette
Associated Press •Mother Dolores Hart holds a baby sheep Friday at the Abbey of Regina Laudis, in Bethlehem, Conn. Mother Dolores, a former actress who is best known for sharing the first on-screen kiss with Elvis Presley, has helped the abbey, which is ...