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09
Oct
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Manna Kitchen under new management

By Heather Wilson
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The Manna Kitchen is hustling and bustling these days.  Under new management since Labor Day, new director Sue Anderson says they’ve gone from providing meals for just over 50 people, to now 80.  Volunteers work diligently on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays to cook, package, and deliver meals to local residents who are unable to cook for themselves.

Fri
05
Oct
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Bowie County Felon Guilty of Firearms Violations

A 79-year-old Hooks, Texas, man has pleaded guilty to federal firearms violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney Joseph D. Brown today.

 

Robert D. Whittington, III, a retired Lt. Colonel with the U.S. Army, pleaded guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm and felon in possession of ammunition today before U.S. Magistrate Judge Caroline Craven.

           

Thu
04
Oct
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Bowie County Sheriff’s Office Weekly Report

For the week of September September 23 through September 30

MONDAY

Warrant Service (traffic)-South Red River Road Maud, arrested: Trenton James Bishop

Death Investigation-South Bowie Street New Boston

Assault Causing Bodily Injury Family Violence-Farm to Market Road 559 Texarkana

Driving While Intoxicated-West 7th Street Texarkana, arrested: Kelsie Don Easley

Warrant Service (traffic)-West 7th Street Texarkana, arrested: Deidrick Brewer

Warrant Service (traffic)- County Road 3001, arrested: Thomas Stills Roberson

Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 2 Over 1 Gram and Under 4 Grams-Interstate 30 @ Mile Marker 222

Warrant Service (child support)-Hoot Plant Road @ South State Line Avenue Texarkana, arrested: Daniel Robert Baker

Burglary of a Vehicle-Shadow Drive Texarkana, taken: set of keys

Thu
04
Oct
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New Boston SIDC supports efforts to bolster RRAD

Thu
04
Oct
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A&M-Texarkana Hosts Bowie County Master Gardeners Event

Texas A&M University-Texarkana and the Bowie County Master Gardeners will present a program on “Winterizing Your Garden” on Monday, October 8, 2018 from 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm. The class will take place in University Center room 232 and is free and open to the public. The Program will be presented by Aarron Corbin, a Texas Master Gardener and the current President of the Bowie County Master Gardeners. Reservations are not required.

 

Thu
27
Sep
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Nashville recording artist Deryl Dodd set to perform September 29th at DeKalb’s Saturday in the Park

By Heather Russell Wilson

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Nashville recording artist Deryl Dodd will be live in concert at the DeKalb Industrial Park, wrapping up a day of fun at DeKalb’s annual Saturday in the Park.  The concert will be free to the public, courtesy of sponsors DeKalb Physician’s Clinic, Dr. Kyle and Leann Groom. 

 

Fri
07
Sep
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A&M-Texarkana and TSO Present Annual Chamber Music Series

Texas A&M University-Texarkana and The Texarkana Symphony Orchestra (TSO) announce the first concert of their 2nd annual Chamber Music Concert Series on Monday, September 10 at 6:30 p.m. in the University Center building. The concert will take place in the Tri-State Metal and Ironworks Atrium on the 3rd floor, and includes piano trios by composers Antonin Dvořák and Ludwig van Beethoven. Featured musicians for this performance include TSO’s associate concertmaster Diana Norwood, TSO’s principal cellist Brett Andrews, and pianist Tatiana Roitman Mann, Assistant Professor of Music at Texas Tech University.  

 

Thu
06
Sep
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Search for New Texarkana College President Begins as James Henry Russell Announces January 2019 Departure

At today’s special called Texarkana College Board of Trustees meeting, TC President James Henry Russell announced his plans to resign from his position in January 2019 after 7 ½ years of service at the college. Russell said he will begin his new job as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer with BWI Companies, Inc. in January 2019.

Thu
06
Sep
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RRAD wins award for excellence

By Adrienne Brown
RRAD Public Affairs Officer

Wed
05
Sep
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Texarkana College Sage Program offers fall classes for citizens age 46 and Up

Texarkana College’s Sage Program will begin offering fall classes in September. These classes allow citizens in the “third stage” of life to engage in thoughtful discussion and participate in stimulating activities that enrich their day-to-day living. 
Dr. Beverly Rowe, professor of history at Texarkana College and notable author on Texarkana history, serves as a host for the Sage program. Along with a group of community leaders, Rowe designed the program as a catalyst for mature adults who are age 46 and up to remain active in the community and network with others of similar interests. 
“We offer stimulating classes that are just for fun,” Rowe said. “This fall, we have an extensive line up of programs including classes on topics that spark curiosity as well as travel and dining outings that foster fellowship and new friendships.”
Class offered this fall include: 
•Genealogy for Beginners
•Archeology of Ancient Cultures 

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