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How to Get Tested

SPONSORED STORY … The Ark-La-Tex Health Center is the only multi-disciplinary clinic located in Texarkana, Arkansas, offering both medical and chiropractic care under one roof. Convenience and affordability are just a few unique benefits they strive to bring to their patients. Chiropractic care is offered by Dr. James Raker, D.C. as Matt Brandon, FNP, focuses on family medicine. Dr. Raker, who has been practicing for 30 years, says

TC Kids’ College 2020

SPONSORED STORY … The mission of Texarkana College is to advance the community through attainable higher education and lifelong learning , and it has a rich history of doing so with excellence since 1927. As TC’s website states, it has always been “dedicated to providing academic and vocational leadership to the intellectual, cultural, social and economic life of the northeast Texas region,” and that is why it is such a vital and valued part of our community.


Suffering in Silence and Solitude

Texarkana Monthly shares information during Child Abuse Awareness Month. … The national news has reported an increase in child abuse during the COVID-19 pandemic. Conversely, the child abuse hotline reports in Texas have decreased 40-60%. “This is likely due to the fact that teachers and school employees make up a large portion of these hotline calls,” said Breanne Bradshaw with Texarkana Children’s Advocacy Center.

Food Security

The United Families of America-Arkansas Foodbank staff at the W.T. Daniels Center where the program began.
Jennifer London and her family spread acts of love through United Families of America-Arkansas. … UFAA’s purpose is to end food insecurity in Southwest Arkansas. They provide food for after-school and summer programs, prepare Grab-and-Go meals, and deliver meals to those in need. London and her family began their mission October 15, 2017, at the W.T. Daniels Center in Texarkana, Arkansas. Today, UFAA serves approximately 5,000 meals per month throughout the Texarkana, Nashville and Lewisville, Arkansas communities.

Give Where You Live

East Texans are generous. … Year after year, we attend golf tournaments in the heat, wine swirls in the park, and fancy galas that require suits and awkwardly high heels all to show our support of causes that are dear to our hearts. Giving back is what we are taught to do and as a region we do it well, but what if there was another way to give? A way to support local and regional charities without getting dressed up or for that matter, without leaving your house? Well there is! … This is the fifth year for East Texas Giving Day.

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