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Jennifer Middleton (Reporter)

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Jennifer Perry Middleton is the education reporter for the Texarkana Gazette. A McLeod, Texas, native, she recently moved from Shreveport, La., where she worked in several media formats. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Public Relations from Stephen F. Austin State University and began her newspaper career at the Ruston Daily Leader in Ruston, La., where she worked her way to Lifestyles Editor. She enjoys reading, camping, traveling and gardening. Jennifer is the mother of two children.

School officials approve construction manager

Published Jan. 16 2019

The Texarkana, Ark., School District's Board of Education approved a construction manager for the middle school/junior high project during its...

TASD to consider bids, contract regarding new school

Published Jan. 15 2019

Texarkana, Ark., School District's Board of Education will meet at 5:30 p.m. today to consider bids and a contract for...

A&M professor speaks about climate change

Published Jan. 9 2019

Climate change is not a hoax and humans are responsible for the majority of the earth's increase in temperature, according...

Top Ten - No. 9: Ninth president of TC steps in

Published Jan. 1 2019

Today a new leader officially takes the reins as the ninth president of Texarkana College.

Top Ten - No. 6: TC opens new center for workforce training

Published Jan. 1 2019

The new Buddy and Betty Ledwell Workforce Training Center opened on the campus of Texarkana College in November as the...

Top Ten - No. 4: A&M opens 38,000-square-foot student center

Published Jan. 1 2019

The Lois and Cary Patterson Student Center opened in November on the Texas A&M University-Texarkana campus, and the first-ever on-campus...

Top Ten - No. 5: School districts build, plan new structures

Published Jan. 1 2019

Area school districts are looking to the future with construction of new schools at the elementary and middle school level.

Cass courthouse is second in contest

Published Dec. 29 2018

The Cass County Courthouse, Texas' oldest courthouse in continual use, placed second in the Gazette's Courthouse Challenge. According to state...

Red River courthouse placed third in the online challenge

Published Dec. 28 2018

The Red River County Courthouse, also known as the "beacon of home" to Clarksville residents, placed third in the Gazette's...

Last-minute Christmas shoppers flock to local businesses

Published Dec. 25 2018

Shops were buzzing Monday in Texarkana as last-minute shoppers picked up trinkets and treasures for their loved ones to open...

Arkansas-side school board to consider purchase of Chromebooks

Published Dec. 18 2018

Texarkana, Ark., School District's Board of Directors will meet at 6 p.m. today to consider technology bids and a professional...

TISD officials meet today, will weigh pool agreement with CHRISTUS

Published Dec. 18 2018

Texarkana Independent School District's Board of Directors will meet at 11:30 a.m today to consider an agreement with CHRISTUS St....

Texarkana College seeks $15 million in upgrades

Published Dec. 18 2018

Texarkana College's Board of Trustees took the next step toward major campus renovations during their regular meeting Monday. They passed...

TC board meets today

Published Dec. 17 2018

Texarkana College's Board of Trustees will meet at 11:30 a.m. today to consider a resolution to issue $15 million in...

SRBA board tables action with firm regarding bond proposals

Published Dec. 14 2018

MOUNT PLEASANT, TEXAS— The Sulphur River Basin Authority's Board of Directors tabled approval of an engagement letter with McCall, Parkhurst...

Highland Park students get stellar lesson on what's in store for space exploration

Published Dec. 13 2018

Fifth-grade students at Highland Park Elementary had an out-of-this-world opportunity to hang out with NASA on Wednesday.

Bond firm tops SRBA agenda

Published Dec. 13 2018

The Sulphur River Basin Authority's Board of Directors will meet at 1 p.m. today to consider hiring a bond firm...

TC, community bid farewell to President James Henry Russell

Published Dec. 12 2018

Known throughout the area for his leadership and dedication to excellence, Texarkana College President James Henry Russell was recognized with...

PG yearbook adviser earns national award

Published Dec. 12 2018

Pleasant Grove High School journalism adviser Charla Harris was surprised by Journalism Education Association President Kelly Glasscock as well as...

Reception today for outgoing TC president

Published Dec. 11 2018

A farewell reception for Texarkana College President James Henry Russell will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. today...