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Lori Dunn (Reporter)

Phone: (870) 330-7642
E-mail: ldunn@texarkanagazette.com
Bio:
Lori Dunn has been a reporter at the Texarkana Gazette since 1996, which seems impossible, because there is no way she can be that old. As a child, Lori loved to interview people for a made-up talk show and write stories for a made-up magazine. Journalism became a reality for her in the 1990's when she signed up for journalism classes at Texarkana College. During her time at the Gazette, she has covered the police beat and breaking news, has been coordinator of Active Age Magazine since 2007 and is also a general assignment reporter. Lori is a native of De Queen, Ark. She has a bachelor's degree in English from East Texas State University-Texarkana. She loves to read and retreat to the woods on weekends with her animals.

Patman remembered for humble nature and quiet philanthropy

Published Dec. 13 2018

Connor Wright Patman is being remembered as a man known for his humble nature and quiet philanthropy.

Storms forecast for region through Saturday

Published Dec. 6 2018

A strong upper level storm system is expected to bring widespread showers and thunderstorms to the region today through Saturday...

Police: Texarkana man's 9-story fall from apartment building ruled suicide

Published Dec. 5 2018

A 76-year-old man's death has been ruled a suicide after he jumped from the ninth floor of the Robison Terrace...

Annual Christmas parade draws a crowd on chilly night

Published Dec. 4 2018

Three Texarkana VIPs had the best seats in the house Monday night at the Texarkana Christmas Parade.

Three-vehicle accident claims life, injures three

Published Nov. 27 2018

A 21-year-old Texarkana man was killed early Monday in a three-vehicle accident in Hempstead County.

Police give safety tips for the holiday season

Published Nov. 25 2018

Holiday shopping is in full swing this weekend and will continue through the rest of the month.

This winter expected to be a wet one

Published Nov. 24 2018

Dec. 1 is the first day of meteorological winter, and so far, it looks like this winter could be a...

Local Team Jackass completes Ironman

Published Nov. 23 2018

Members of Texarkana's Team Jackass are back in town after recently competing in an Ironman Triathlon in Tempe, Ariz.

As chill sets in, danger lurks: Tips for avoiding winter house fires

Published Nov. 19 2018

Heating equipment is a leading cause of home fire deaths, according to the National Fire Protection Association. About half of...

County wants Arkansas side to pay more for inmates

Published Nov. 17 2018

Asking the city of Texarkana, Ark., to pay for inmates held in the Miller County jail is a financial issue...

Food bank program to assist area senior adults

Published Nov. 16 2018

A U.S. Department of Agriculture program is helping Harvest Regional Food Bank provide healthy food to senior adults in Southwest...

Two Arkansas Community Correction escapees caught in Texarkana

Published Nov. 6 2018

Arkansas Community Correction and other law enforcement agencies are searching for two escaped inmates in Texarkana.

Officers grow beards for Shop with a Cop

Published Nov. 4 2018

Some Texarkana, Ark., Police Officers are giving up their razors to raise money for the annual Shop with a Cop...

Spooky weather bypasses Texarkana as warnings abate

Published Nov. 1 2018

The threat of a Halloween tornado was a reality for Texarkana and surrounding counties Wednesday evening.

Accident claims Texarkana man

Published Oct. 30 2018

A Texarkana, Ark., man was pronounced dead Monday at the scene of a one-vehicle accident in Texarkana, Texas.

Rotary clubs honor first responders at luncheon

Published Oct. 26 2018

Their response to the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey on the Gulf Coast earned 12 Texarkana, Texas, firefighters the honor of...

Taste of Texarkana: Crowd enjoys good food for a good cause

Published Oct. 24 2018

Hungry diners lined up for a sample of Texarkana cuisine Tuesday evening at Harvest Regional Food Bank's 27th annual Taste...

Luncheon with the law: Police share crime prevention tips

Published Oct. 17 2018

Crimes of opportunities are some of the most common crimes in Texarkana and police encourage citizens to stay vigilant and...

Tort reform measure on ballot draws opposition

Published Oct. 12 2018

Texarkana, Ark., residents were urged Thursday to vote against Issue 1 a tort reform measure that will be on November's...

Gander Mountain's roof gets ripped for $30,000

Published Oct. 5 2018

The air conditioning units at the vacant Gander Mountain store at Interstate 30 and University Drive have been stripped of...