We pay tribute to on Labor Day pays tribute to American workers. Labor Day became a federal holiday in 1894. The labor movement in the 1800s called for better working conditions and fairer wages.
We hope that you enjoy The River 951. We all know the ’90s rocked and you can find it here.
Get your popcorn and favorite movie-watching buddy picked…We can finally go watch a movie at the Texarkana Cinemark on August 21st. As of now, we will get to watch Russell Crowe’s newest movie “Unhinged.”
Great food and help raise funds for the Dwight Nevill Memorial Christmas Fund this Wednesday, August 19th. We call this a win/win! Just make sure you head over to MooYah on Wednesday from 5pm
Simply stated at the time Kansas Department of Revenue levied hefty taxes against Gene Bicknell it seems there was a misunderstanding as to Bicknell’s residence. There has to be a simple solution to this
The City of Bogata Farmer’s Market is hosting a Farmer’s Market on August 13, Septemeber 4, September 23 from 4 pm to 8 pm. Enjoy farm-fresh fruit, vegetables and so much more.
This weekend get your “Harry Potter” on and win the Quidditch Cornhole Tournament. We truly wish that we could play the real game of Quidditch but 2020 has a restriction on broomsticks and Quaffle.
Along with the New Boston Police Department, the Texarkana Texas Police Department will not be hosting a #NationalNightOut this fall.
Deaths attributed to Coronavirus in Bowie County rose by 5 more deaths from yesterday’s report. We have lost 11 families, friends, and/or neighbors in the last 48 hours. The Joint Operations Center reports the
UPDATE: Authorities have now released the name of the deceased student. He is identified as Joshua Keshun Smith, a senior Engineering Physics major from Sparkman, Arkansas. Another unidentified student was taken to Magnolia General