COVID has put a strain on everyone and everything causing fatigue and burnout for many of our essential workers. Our Commercial Driver truck drivers are exhausted. To help ensure we can overcome this part
With so many people sick with Covid-19, colds, flu, RSV, blood donations have slowed dramatically, causing a severe shortage of blood supplies.
Unfortunately one of the big local events to kick the Christmas Season off will not happen due to the increase in Covid-19 cases in the Texarkana area.
Christmas 2020 is challenging us to find innovative ways to celebrate with family and those dear to our hearts. We don’t think it means canceling Christmas. Perhaps it means forming new traditions and becoming
A little help is coming concerning businesses, training, amidst Covid-19.
We are sad to share this announcement from Main Street Texarkana; the Texarkana Annual Christmas Parade has been canceled. To keep the citizens of Texarkana safe and healthy. The Grinch didn’t “Steal Christmas” from
The Eagle Food Pantry for A&M-Texarkana students is much appreciated and being used wisely.
Walmart announced today that it will close Thanksgiving Day this year and start the Christmas season shopping the next day.
The University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana began “Phase 2” of its re-opening plan as employees returned to their offices today.
The Texarkana Chamber of Commerce Foundation and others are helping out local small businesses.
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