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Wed
18
Mar
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Crestview’s DeBerry a star in the making

By Melanie Pyle
Staff Writer

Wed
25
Feb
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A Day in the Life makes for long days

By Kenny Mitchell
Publisher

Wed
18
Feb
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From DeKalb to Disney

By Kenny Mitchell
Publisher

Wed
11
Feb
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Crew Time makes learning fun at James Bowie

By Melanie Pyle
Staff Writer

Wed
04
Feb
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Touching lives with crayons, coconuts and PB and J

by Pam Kumpe

Tue
03
Feb
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Janet Willis named President of Texarkana Board of Realtors

Janet Willis, licensed Realtor® and Broker at Century 21 All Points Realty, was recently installed as the 2015 President of the Texarkana Board of Realtors®.
The objective of the TBOR Board of Directors is to further the interest of home and other real property ownership and to promote and maintain high standards of conduct in adherence to the Code of Ethics of the National Association of Realtors®.
Janet Willis was also the recipient of the MLS (Multiple Listing Service) Award for Most Cross Sales in a single year. She was a business owner in New Boston, TX for 28 years before becoming a Realtor® in 2010. Since then, she has quickly become one of the top producing agents in the Texarkana area. She is an active and devoted member of the community and has an ongoing commitment to see its citizens fulfill their real estate needs.

Wed
28
Jan
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Winter Conference for ladies at Avery MBC

The Annual Red River~Bowie Ladies’ Winter Conference is slated for Saturday, January 31, 2015 at Avery Missionary Baptist Church. This is the 10th year for the Ladies’ Conference. Ladies and friends in the Red River-Bowie District Ladies of the American Baptist Association are invited.
The conference will start at 10:30 with worshipful and edifying music presented by Mrs. Lindsay Harp of Avery, Texas. Lindsay is the daughter of Rhonda Garrison and granddaughter of Mona Miller. Lindsay is married to Brett Harp and they have a 3 year old daughter, Emery Grace. Lindsay grew up in Avery Missionary Baptist Church and we are so blessed she has returned, with her family, to serve and worship at Avery.

Wed
28
Jan
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Saving Haiti-One soul and one brick at a time

By Pam Kumpe

Wed
28
Jan
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DeKalb Students Go Green

Written by
Kayla Calhoun and
Kimber Singleton

         
DeKalb High School’s sophomore Chemistry class, under the direction of their teacher Mrs. Trimm, have recently begun a study on the importance of recycling and composting, as well as the positive effects that going green has on helping the environment.
The class has learned that over 50% of what we throw in the garbage can be recycled.
The students have taken it upon themselves to start a campaign and revolutionize the way we generate energy and how recycling and composting can change the world for the better.
Recycling and composting is something many seem to hear about but rarely ever understand. Composting is just taking vegetables and other decayed matter and using it to condition and fertilize the land. Recycling is simply converting waste into reusable material.

Wed
14
Jan
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Cowling overcomes addiction, sees with new eyes

by Pam Kumpe

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