By Brandon Sheffield, http://smilehallsville.wordpress.com HALLSVILLE – You would think it would be hard to find something to say about someone who says so little! But it’s not. Actually it’s far from it! It’s an easy task when a guy like Ray Jackson does so much for his community, but asks for nothing in return. Ever.
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By Becky Holland, email@example.com HARRISON COUNTY – They are the voices that you hear during the worst moments of your life. You may never see their faces. You may not know their names. But they know you, and they are working in your favor every day – sometimes for 12 to 16 hours a day.
By Becky Holland, firstname.lastname@example.org MARSHALL – Roger Garcia moved to Marshall when he was in the ninth grade. His father was in the U.S. Air Force, and moved Roger, his two brothers and mother to Marshall when he accepted a recruiting position nearby. Roger graduated from Marshall High School, then attended Tyler Junior College, and
From Staff Reports, email@example.com MARSHALL- Holly Anderson, 36, is a wife, a mother and the office manager of Puretone Hearing Aid Center in Marshall. A native of Longview, she has lived in Marshall for 16 years, with a short stint in Waskom. She is also the proud human companion of two “beautiful German Shepherds,” that
By Jonathan McCarty, Contributor Email feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org or comment below. This past Saturday was Election Day here in Marshall, just as it was several other places. It was also the local Cinco de Mayo celebration, a carnival, and the barrel racing championships at the Josey Ranch. All of that considered, this was the lowest
By Becky Holland, email@example.com SHREVEPORT – Looking for something different to do? Well, the Robinson Film Center, located at 617 Texas St. in Shreveport, can offer you just that. The RFC is a non-profit independent movie theater with two screens, an upstairs’ restaurant and history and educational programs. Meghan Hochstetler, interim executive director of the