Les Minor (Reporter)
Editor at the Texarkana Gazette
About this time last year, local officials were up in arms over the fate of about 700 contract employees at...
When you get your Texarkana Gazette on Tuesday, it will look different.
Live in a city long enough and you see its face change.
If you have lived in these parts during the last 30 years, you have seen a great deal of cultural...
Doesn't it seem like Texarkana is just treading water? Can't you almost hear the methodical tick tock, tick tock of...
It looks like a giant dried-up mud puddle at the moment, its base dark and dank in places, its now-visible...
There have been winners and losers as the shuffle for the alcohol dollar has unfolded in the region.
Be jealous of El Dorado, Ark. Be very, very jealous.
Sometimes, there are no good answers.
Baseball's back in Texarkana this summer after about a 10-year hiatus.
People ask me all the time about fake news.
With age comes a greater appreciation of certain things:
A visiting journalist stopped by my office the other day to get some background on Texarkana and its newspaper.
This weekend, Texarkana is celebrating the Scott Joplin Centennial with a variety of events and music. Activities end today, with...
It's a start. It's worth a try. There's nothing to lose.
The Summer of Love will have its 50th anniversary in a few months.
Red River Army Depot's request for an exception to the federal hiring freeze has been approved, and its civilian contract...
Watch out for runners this morning. They'll be racing all around town.
The rising tide lifts all boats is a common and not always correct principle of supply-side economics.
With every president elected, there comes a set of assumptions.