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9th annual Farmers Bank & Trust LIVE UNITED Bowl

9th annual Farmers Bank & Trust LIVE UNITED Bowl

Representing the Great American Conference (GAC), Southeast Oklahoma State University will once again make an appearance at the Farmers Bank & Trust LIVE UNITED BOWL and will battle it out with Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA) competitor, Emporia State University. The Savage Storm and Hornets are no strangers to the Farmers Bank & Trust Live United Bowl and will bring a great game to Texarkana. The game will be played Saturday, December 3rd at Texarkana Arkansas School District’s Razorback Stadium with a noon kickoff. An exciting addition this year is pay-for-view for family and friends who are not able to make the trip. The link will be available on the Live United Bowl website with a $9.99 fee. Savage Storm head coach Tyler Fenwick and Hornet’s head coach Garin Higgins are both excited to be invited again to the Farmers Bank & Trust LIVE UNITED BOWL in Texarkana. Teams will arrive late afternoon on Thursday, December 1st at their hotels in the Texarkana Arkansas Crossroads Business Park. Community members are invited to come out and greet the teams and welcome them to Texarkana. Times will be posted on the website. Teams will also participate in local community events on Thursday and Friday with football practice on Friday afternoon at Razorback Stadium and Pleasant Grove stadium.

SBA Offers Disaster Assistance to Texas Businesses and Residents Affected by Severe Storms and Torn

SBA Offers Disaster Assistance to Texas Businesses and Residents Affected by Severe Storms and Tornadoes

Low-interest federal disaster loans are available to Texas businesses and residents affected by severe storms and tornadoes that occurred Nov. 4, 2022, announced Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman of the U.S. Small Business Administration. SBA acted under its own authority to declare a disaster in response to a request SBA received from Gov. Greg Abbott on Nov. 15, 2022.

City considers moving downtown water tower

City considers moving downtown water tower

City leaders in New Boston will be exploring the idea of moving the downtown water tower. In their regular monthly meeting, City Administrator Wayne Dial explored the idea of moving the downtown water tower, which was only in use for a brief time after its construction, to the Glass Hill area to improve water pressure in that part of town. The tower was constructed and designed by Texas Water Utilities, but was taken out of service soon after, due to design flaws.

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