Tiger Times

Senior Lia Graham addresses the members of last night's city hall meeting after the  mayor read her proclamation. Graham lobbied for March to be Theatre in our Schools Month in Texarkana, Texas.

Acting on ambitions

Story by Peyton Sims, editor in chief
March 9, 2021
David Peavy poses while standing atop the roof of the Texarkana National Bank. The currently abandoned bank will soon be remodeled into apartment complexes.

Texarkana’s timelessness

Story by Peyton Sims , editor in chief
January 11, 2021
photo illustration.

Slain on Lover’s Lane

Story by Peyton Sims, editor in chief
October 31, 2020
Debbie Nicholas sits in front of her most recent painting she's been working on. Numerous other pieces of art are displayed throughout ARTS on Broad.

The art of retirement

Story by Cate Rounds, Editor in Chief
July 12, 2020
Nash Elementary third grade student Hannah Hamel smiles at her family as the teacher parade starts to pass Hannah’s location on April 15, 2020. Nash Elementary teachers coordinated with the city of Nash to produce the teacher parade so that teachers could reconnect with their students during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bash through Nash

Story by Peyton Sims, culture editor
April 16, 2020
Family members help add finishing touches to Danielle Hamblett's mural. More murals are expected to be painted downtown by the end of the year.

Repaint the town

Story by Peyton Sims, culture editor
October 30, 2019
A banner hangs in front of the downtown Texarkana courthouse at the launch event for the Regional economic development initiative, or REDI.  State legislatures and governors from both Texas and Arkansas as well as city officials attended the launch event in September.

Future of the Four States

Story by Joseph Rodgers, editor in chief
December 8, 2018
Students enjoy their down time at the local Steak 'N Shake. Throughout the years, hangouts have evolved from drive-ins to the multiple restaurants we see today.

History of hangouts

Story by Cate Rounds, staff writer
November 14, 2018
The Ace of Clubs house still remains downtown. The home had the first colored television set in Texarkana.

History found downtown

Story by Ashlyn Winters, staff writer
October 16, 2018
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