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“Ding, ding, ding,” bells are ringing, red lights are flashing, and you can hear a horn blowing in the distance.

The Texas A&M University-Texarkana Honors Program along

Sports

Following a district season in which the Lady Lions enjoyed comfortable leads and wide margins of victory, they entered the playoffs Monday night and got a first round scare at the hands of the Par

The Lady Lions came out of the locker room roaring loudly Friday night, scoring 21 points in the first quarter, and went on to trounce the visiting Paul Pewitt Lady Brahmas by a final score of 71-2

Opinion

Politics is an ugly game.

I like to think that I’m a pretty smart guy.  I like to keep up with all the latest sports news, and even the news around the world.  I’m not sure I’m an expert on anything, but I try to be well in

Did you ever meet somebody this time of year and then think or say, “man, what a Scrooge.”

Well, look no further because this year I am the poster child for all things Scrooge.

Lifestyle

Darrin and Heather Wilson of New Boston are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Lydia Faye Wilson.  Lydia was born February 5, 2019 at Titus Regional Medical Center.

Oakview Primary held their first ever Readathon on Thursday, December 20.

Maranatha Christian Center not only has a new look with the recent opening of the new Family Ministry Center, but some new faces as well, as they welcome worship tech arts pastors Rose and Emmanuel

Obituaries

JOHN WAYNE RATLIFF

STEVEN L. OLSON

DAPHENE YATES MORRISON

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