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Wed
11
Oct
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Texarkana College Presents an afternoon with Brahms

An Afternoon of Brahms

With Kiril Laskarov, violin, Brett Andrews, cello,

and Mary Scott Goode, piano

Sunday, October 15 | 4 p.m.

$5 Admission

Fri
29
Sep
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Homecoming Court in Maud

The 2017 Maud Homecoming Court are top row (left to right): Emily Jennings and Rachel McAnally; bottom row (left to right): Lane Carr and Jordan Montgomery.

Fri
29
Sep
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Homecoming Court at Redwater

The 2017 Redwater Homecoming Court is, left to right, freshman Sydney Hornbuckle, sophomore Bella Fernandez, seniors Brandy Swink, Dusti Williams, Bekah Collum, Grace Walker and  Brooke Falgout and juniors Hope Estes, Karley Morrow and Chloe Young.

Fri
29
Sep
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Tractor Supply Company’s Mobile Fair Tour Stopping in Mount Pleasant

Simms’ Jaycee Littleton to be recognized at ceremony on Saturday, September 30

Fair season is back and Tractor Supply Company’s Mobile Fair Tour is making its way to the Titus County Fair. From Wednesday, Sept. 27 to Saturday, Sept. 30, fairgoers will have the opportunity to visit the 3,000-square-foot experience and join the rural lifestyle retailer in recognizing 4-H and FFA youth who are making a difference in their communities.
For the third year in a row, Tractor Supply’s fair team is embarking on the cross-country journey that began on June 8 in Illinois and will conclude on Oct. 22 in Arkansas.
New to the Mobile Fair Tour this year is Tractor Supply’s first ever “Great Neighbor” Essay Contest for 4-H and FFA students. The competition encourages youth to submit a short essay detailing how their participation in these organizations has empowered them to be a better neighbor.

Thu
21
Sep
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Loves for Lily Ruth a person first story for all

by Pam Kumpe
Tribune Features

Mon
21
Aug
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TC Physics Professor Offers Tips for Safely Viewing the Upcoming Solar Eclipse

Anticipation of a solar eclipse on Monday gives area residents a reason to gaze into the sky—but if you’re planning to watch the eclipse, you’ll need to take some key precautions to protect your eyes from the sun’s harmful rays.

 

“There are only a few safe ways to view the sun directly during an eclipse,” said Delbert Dowdy, Texarkana College physics professor. “The three ways are to use special glasses made for solar eclipses, sun filters made for the fronts of telescopes, and number 14 welding glasses. It is especially dangerous to use sunglasses, cameras, phones, or any kind of smoky glass to look at the sun during an eclipse.”

 

He said looking at the sun, even though it is not as bright during an eclipse, can cause solar retinopathy, or permanent damage to the retina of the eye. Although total blindness is rare, damage can take many forms such as dark spots in your vision that never go away.

 

Fri
18
Aug
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A week of learning at Little Rascals Daycare

By Kenny Mitchell
Publisher

Sat
05
Aug
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And the cow goes moo

By Kenny Mitchell

Publisher

*Republished by request. The original story ran in August 2014

Cattle production is big in Texas and it is big business. It is no different for local producers, but for one local cattle rancher, it is much more than just a business.

Mon
24
Jul
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Girls, Let’s Talk about Sext

 Publisher’s Note*  Sexting has become a worldwide issue and Northeast Texas is not immune to the problem. This four part series, written by a local young adult, seeks to address the issue on a personal level.
Tyler Pickle is a DeKalb High graduate currently attending Texas A&M. He is  a video journalist for 12th Man Productions, the middle man between the athletic department and ESPN, specializing in softball. Pickle is a Sport Management major with a double minor in journalism and communications. He has previously written for Odyssey, the largest website with articles written exclusively by students. 

By Tyler Pickle

Mon
17
Jul
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Parents-Let’s Talk about Sexting

By Tyler Pickle
Special to the Tribune

Publisher’s Note*  Sexting has become a worldwide issue and Northeast Texas is not immune to the problem. This four part series, written by a local young adult, seeks to address the issue on a personal level.
Tyler Pickle is a DeKalb High graduate currently attending Texas A&M. He is  a video journalist for 12th Man Productions, the middle man between the athletic department and ESPN, specializing in softball. Pickle is a Sport Management major with a double minor in journalism and communications. He has previously written for Odyssey, the largest website with articles written exclusively by students. 

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