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Creative window treatments warm up this family home

Published Mar. 25 2017

My friend Tammy readily admits she has a problem. She is a self-confessed fabric-haulic who never met a plaid, paisley...

Graduation threatens to end sisters' close bond with each other

Published Mar. 25 2017

Dear Abby: My sister "Maddy" is in 12th grade and will graduate soon. Over the last two years, we have...

Picassos party powers arts council

Published Mar. 24 2017

This year's Party with Picassos looks to be bigger and better as it raises thousands of dollars for the Texarkana...

Bradley celebrates Conway Days

Published Mar. 24 2017

BRADLEY, Ark.—Governor Conway Days celebrates Bradley's connection to the first Arkansas governor with two days of family fun.

It's a sellout for Cody Johnson

Published Mar. 24 2017

Tickets are sold out for Saturday night at Scottie's Grill, but country music's Cody Johnson will perform in Texarkana this...

Author talks about women and World War I at Ahern Home

Published Mar. 24 2017

The P.J. Ahern Home hosts author Elizabeth Hill on Saturday for a free lecture and book signing about Arkansas women...

BestBets

Published Mar. 24 2017

BestBets for March 24, 2017

Local EggFest gest under way Saturday morning

Published Mar. 24 2017

Egg-Heads crack open their cooking skills Saturday at Dot's Ace Hardware for a Texarkana EggFest.

This hit made grown men cry

Published Mar. 24 2017

This week in 1974: A Grand Jury had indicted seven Nixon aides for conspiracy on Watergate; The U.S.S. Monitor—a Civil...

Big-screen 'CHIPS' a disappointment

Published Mar. 24 2017

"CHiPs" was a wholesome TV show in the 1970s and '80s about two California Highway Patrol officers. They were a...

If 'Life' seems familiar, it is

Published Mar. 24 2017

Hey, "Life." 1979 called. It wants its alien-invasion movie back.

'Power Rangers' cheesy, self-serious

Published Mar. 24 2017

There's a question every piece of intellectual property needs to ask itself before a new version is made: How seriously...

Mom's adult children are slow to embrace her new husband

Published Mar. 24 2017

Dear Abby: I lost my husband a few years ago and am now remarried. Some of my adult children, although...

No more germy airline tray table

Published Mar. 24 2017

Dear Heloise: Most airplane flights these days do not have enough time between layovers for the cleaning crew to wipe...

You've been served titanium dioxide?

Published Mar. 24 2017

In 2008's "Pineapple Express," Seth Rogen plays a hapless process server who is severely (and sometimes humorously) handicapped by the...

People

Published Mar. 24 2017

People for March 24, 2017

Back in the Saddle: Dude ranch vacation stands test of time

Published Mar. 23 2017

We rode our line of horses along a trail winding between giant saguaro cactuses towering nearly 30 feet in the...

Comic-Con museum to find home in Balboa Park

Published Mar. 23 2017

SAN DIEGO—San Diego Comic-Con International will open a museum of popular culture in Balboa Park under an agreement announced Thursday...

Sentenced to Shakespeare: Experience broadens horizons of juveniles in trouble, judge says

Published Mar. 23 2017

PITTSFIELD, Mass.—For some juvenile offenders, their choice is straight out of Hamlet: to act or not to act.

Friend with benefits turns out to be a disappointment

Published Mar. 23 2017

Dear Abby: I have known this guy "Noah" for six years. We're mostly just friends with benefits, but I've always...

Garden seedlings get a head start in egg cartons; snails have fatal attraction to beer

Published Mar. 23 2017

Dear Heloise: Right about now, many people start to think of spring gardening.

Get back in step with a prescription for walking

Published Mar. 23 2017

With so much attention these days being focused on the overprescription of meds—from opioids (around 32 percent of prescriptions are...

Survey: Exchange students find U.S. high schools easier

Published Mar. 23 2017

WASHINGTON—Easier classes, less homework and lots of sports—this is how American high schools are viewed by students from other countries...