I love radio and can’t think of anything I’d rather do, except maybe be a beach bum! Yep, I’m a beach princess at heart. I've been in radio for more than 25 years. (Dang, that can’t be right!) I love music of all kinds. I’m so blessed to be married to my husband John, the love of my love life! We have two furry four-footed children (that would be cats to you and me, but don’t tell them that). I love to travel, especially to the Caribbean, enjoy getting lost in a good book, camping, off-roading with my husband and just hanging out with family and friends. Oh and shoes! Oh, how I love shoes!
After Dark Walking Tour of Old Creepy Mourning Customs Oct. 27
Next Saturday, October 27, you might get a little spooked with an after dark walking tour in downtown Texarkana with the “Gracefully Southern: Mourning Customs of the Victorian and Edwardian South.”
A&M-Texarkana PLACE Lecture on Misplaced Heroes Oct. 23
Texas A&M University-Texarkana and the Program for Learning and Community Engagement (PLACE) will be hosting a guest lecturer on Tuesday, October 23.
New Local Eatery Opens in Nash
I've been noticing lately there are a lot of little locally owned restaurants popping up around town...and that's a good thing! The latest one I've seen is called the Pully Bone in Nash, Texas.
Texarkana Moose Riders Fall Fest Car And Bike Show Saturday
If you love cars and bikes then this weekend is your weekend. It's the Texarkana Moose Riders Fall Fest Car and Bike Show going on this Saturday, October 20 at the Moose Lodge located at 415 South Robison Road in Texarkana, Texas.
SAU Pursuing Energy-Savings Plan Throughout The Campus
The Board of Trustees of the Southern Arkansas University System met Tuesday, October 9, on the campus of SAU Tech in Camden to discuss an 11-item agenda that included updates from Dr. Trey Berry, president of SAU, and Jason Morrison, chancellor of SAU Tech.
2018 Trunk or Treating And Halloween Fun in And Around Texarkana
It's that time! Fall Festivals, Truck or Treating and Haunted Houses. We've made a list of some of the fall events in our area.
When And Where to See The Colors of Fall Foliage in Arkansas
Autumn is here in a big way. In fact, temperatures are below average this week. This is best time to hit the road and enjoy the scenery. Arkansas is a great place to start. To see the leaves changing color you'll need to start in the northern part of the state first.
A&M-Texarkana Professor is Published on New Virus Research
Texas A&M University-Texarkana’s, Dr. Benjamin Neuman, Chair of Biological Sciences, recently published two papers relating to his research identifying new viruses and studying how viruses affect the insides of infected cells.
A&M-Texarkana Announces Law and Theory Studies Certificate
Texas A&M University-Texarkana’s Political Science Program announced its Law and Theory Studies Certificate last week. The certificate of completion recognizes student excellence in scholarship about U.S. theory and constitutional law.
Angel Tree Program Registration 2018 Now Open
The Salvation Army's Angel Tree Program has begun it's registrations for assistance this Christmas. If you know someone that will benefit from this wonderful program, now is the time to get registered.
A&M-Texarkana PLACE Presents Fall Keynote Speaker Cordelia Fine
Texas A&M University-Texarkana and the Program for Learning and Community Engagement (PLACE) will host the fall 2018 keynote speaker on Monday, October 15. Author Cordelia Fine from the University of Melbourne will be discussing her book, Delusions of Gender, which explores “How …
Graystone Haunted Manor in Longview With 5 Scary Attractions
Drive a little and get scared a lot! Graystone Haunted Manor in Longview is open and ready to horrify you with their 5 haunted attractions. Open this Friday, October 12 and Saturday, October 13 from 7PM to 12 midnight.