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Breaking brews

Breaking brews

Story by Stephanie Jumper, Editor-in-Chief November 1, 2021

The leaves are changing, the temperature is cooling, and the drinks are receiving their annual pumpkin spicing. Thanks to classic creations like the pumpkin spice latte, Starbucks has become a hallmark...

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Diet full of sunshine

Story by Mikayla Zverina, staff writer April 4, 2020

As you drag yourself out of bed, you realize that this is the third day in a row that you have felt down in the dumps. You force your feet to keep moving as you make your way to the kitchen and begin pondering...

New kid on the walk

New kid on the walk

Story by Doug Kyles, staff writer March 12, 2020

“Is it any good?”, “How’s the staff?”, “Is it really worth the hype?” These questions and more are asked among every community amidst the opening of any new restaurant, as the establishment...

Graphic by Makenzie Hofert depicting the insects commonly found in food, unbeknownst to consumers.

What are you really eating?

Story by Makenzie Hofert, staff writer December 11, 2019

As soon as you get home from school, you go to the kitchen and grab a box of cereal to make an afternoon snack, but what are you really eating? Insect fragments, maggots, rodent hair and possibly fecal...

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Top types of food Texarkana needs to have

Story by Stephanie Jumper, staff writer October 4, 2019

If there’s one thing that unites all people, it’s food. Everybody likes to eat. However, Texarkana, despite its abundance of American and Mexican options, is deprived of several other cuisines that...

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Diet or deny it

Story by Bailey Hawkins, staff writer September 29, 2019

When it comes to weight loss, there is no shortage of pills, detoxes and teas advertised to help shed the extra pounds. But do weight loss pills work, and are they healthy? “I think [diet pills] may...

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Got milk?

Story by Joseph Asher, staff writer September 26, 2019

Milk, that refreshing beverage that reminds you of childhood. The sweet drink usually paired with fresh baked cookies. Nowadays, it seems as if there isn’t just the plain white dairy milk that fills...

Monsters and Bangs

Monsters and Bangs

Story by Charli Hueter, staff writer April 8, 2019

“Caution: This product contains caffeine and should not be used with any other caffeine products.” You shrug the warning off, despite the red flags it plants in the depths of your mind. This morning...

Insane for Deranged

Insane for Deranged

Story by Victoria Van, editor in chief December 22, 2018

Springing up in Texarkana, an anticipated restaurant, Deranged Donuts/Pizza/Tacos is garnering attention from social media with its promises of trendy, delicious foods that cater to various audiences....

Taco Tico recently opened a new location on Texas Blvd. in the old Backyard Burger location. Customers ordered over 6,000 taco burgers in the first week of Taco Ticos return to Texarkana.

Taco bout traffic

Story by Nathan Morriss, staff writer November 11, 2018

 Taco Tico's line still has cars lining up all the way to State Line. The opening of Taco Tico Texarkana marks the first time the franchise has been open in the Twin City in years. Both long time supporters...

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Easy Super Bowl foods

Story by Victoria Van, entertainment editor February 1, 2018

During the Super Bowl, everyone expects two things: a good game and even better food. All of these Super Bowl foods cost less than $10 and take less than 20 minutes to prepare with never ending meat and...

Chicken, sweet tea and the competition of consumers

Chicken, sweet tea and the competition of consumers

Story by Jackson Cheney, staff writer November 30, 2017

Texarkana- right on the border of country and more country. The south runs on fried chicken and sweet tea, and it has taken over Texarkana. People began to gather their opinions about which place is best...

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