Wow! This is big! Texas Governor Greg Abbott sent a letter today to the Texas Rangers baseball organization declining the invitation to throw out the first pitch at their home opening game. Abbott stated how he really feels about the MLB's stance on Georgia's new election laws and how he wishes the team the best but will no longer be a part of any event held by Major League Baseball.
Everything is starting to get back to normal including golf tournaments. Harvest Regional Food Bank has announced it will host its Inaugural Drive Out Hunger Golf Tournament Fundraiser Monday, May 17 at Northridge Country Club in Texarkana. Participants will enjoy a day of fun on the green to help fight food insecurity in Southwest Arkansas and Northeast Texas.
The Texas A&M University-Texarkana Athletic Department has announced the attendance policy for spring sports at university venues. Because spring sports are played outdoors with a greater ability to follow social distancing protocols the department will allow spectators at competitions.
It's finally here, Super Bowl 55. In the end, it really doesn't matter who wins or loses it's the Food that really really makes watching the game worth it. There are a few restaurants in Texarkana that will be having some great deals on Super Bowl Sunday.
Yesterday, Wednesday, February 3 was National Signing Day. Congratulations to these students from Texas High School, Pleasant Grove High School, Liberty Eylau and Arkansas High School for signing their letters of intent during ceremonies that were held at these schools yesterday morning.