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Junius Stone (Reporter)

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Zooming in on Texarkana

Published Jun. 23 2018

New York photographer Brett Anthony Martelli of Brett Martelli Photography recently picked Texarkana as one of the stops on his...

Subway restaurant closing its doors

Published Jun. 16 2018

The sign out front was posted yesterday, and today the Subway sandwich shop at 4014 N. State Line is closed.

Amendment prevents bill's funds from going to potential BRAC proceedings

Published Jun. 9 2018

A move to prevent Red River Army Depot and other installations from facing another potential round of base realignment and...

Photo tour to feature 2 Texarkana landmarks

Published Jun. 8 2018

On a tour of scenic sites across the South, photographer Brett Anthony Martelli will bring his camera and talent to...

En-tire-ly focused on their customers

Published Jun. 4 2018

Two local tire shops are doing much more than fixing flats. From custom suspension to mud tires and sporty rims,...

North Forty to close

Published Jun. 2 2018

The journey of a Texarkana business couple is coming to an end this summer as The North Forty turns over...

Spurring Growth: Bowie County lands $450K for push to link TexAmericas Center to I-30, future I-69 corridors

Published May. 27 2018

TexAmericas Center now has the funding to study the next step in their development as an area industrial center.

Wildlife flocks to revamped lake at Spring Lake Park

Published May. 26 2018

Water birds have been discovering the reconditioned lake at Spring Lake Park. Twenty-canada five or so Canada geese have settled...

Going Up

Published May. 26 2018

The framing of Atwoods Ranch & Home-Texarkana is under way. Construction began in February, and the business is scheduled to...

Group fights Amtrak ticket-agent cuts

Published May. 21 2018

A Texas organization has begun to take action against Amtrak's closing ticket counters at its train stations, including Texarkana's.

TxDOT unveils plans to widen a segment of Kings Highway

Published May. 19 2018

Representatives from the Texas Department of Transportation showed the public their plans to widen Farm-to-Market Road 989 (Kings Highway) from...

Nouveau cousine: Couple opening French-American restaurant in Nash

Published May. 13 2018

The former general manager and partner at Pecan Point Gastropub and Brewery and his wife, a French-trained chef with 17...

Walmart holds contest for app downloads

Published May. 12 2018

Walmart is having a contest where the company's hundreds of stores associates compete with each other to get customers to...

Group forms to fight Amtrak plan to unstaff stations

Published May. 9 2018

Reacting to the announcement of the anticipated change in status of the Texarkana Amtrak train station, an advocacy organization called...

Talking leadership

Published May. 5 2018

Leaders and organizations turned out Friday at Texas High School's Sullivan Performing Arts Center to hear the message of "Leading...

Boozman, Westerman tour Eagle Distributing of Texarkana

Published May. 4 2018

Arkansas Sen. John Boozman, R.-Ark., and Rep. Bruce Westerman, R.-Ark., toured Eagle Distributing of Texarkana, the exclusive Anheuser-Busch distributor, on...

Online sales prompt Amtrak to close local ticket counter

Published Apr. 28 2018

With more and more passengers buying train tickets online, Amtrak has decided to close its ticket counter in Texarkana, Ark.'s...

Chamber discusses partnership with area manufacturers

Published Apr. 25 2018

The Texarkana USA Chamber of Commerce discussed the Regional Manufacturers Partnership during their meeting for April.

Big & tall store to close after 40 years

Published Apr. 23 2018

Finding men's clothes in unusual sizes can be a tall order, but Betty Holder, owner of Cuff and Collar for...

Smoothie joint boasts fresh and organic at a great location

Published Apr. 17 2018

Fresh fruit and wholesome ingredients greet customers when they walk into Smooth Fruit, a new smoothie-making establishment on Richmond Road.