Manny Sanchez organizes his inventory of handmade wreaths Tuesday afternoon at his home on Olive Street. Sanchez's family has been making wreaths by hand for over 20 years. "My father taught me and my older brother to craft wreaths and we intend on carrying on the skill," said Sanchez.
Hollis Larry puts a new message on the Liberty-Eylau C.K Bender Elementary sign Friday afternoon. "At least I'm not working in the ice that didn't come last night, I'll be ready for round two when it comes," said Larry.
Harley Holden dressed as Santa turns on to College Drive during the Toys for Tots annual bike run Saturday morning. The bike run has been a yearly event in Texarkana since 1982. An estimated 600 riders from all over the four states area participated in Saturdays events.
Harding University offensive lineman Bentley Alsup cheers on the Harding defense after they make another stop to the Texas A&M University-Commerce attack during the 4th quarter at the Live United Bowl Friday night at Razorback Stadium. Temperatures in the upper 30's and constant rain made for a grueling environment to play in. "I'm going to need a new body after this one," said Alsup.
"I do this to help spread the joy of the holidays," said Mary Wadely pictured in her driveway. Spending around a week decorating her yard for Christmas, Wadley mentally maps out the placement of each candy cane and light strand until her home is a holiday centerpiece of Texarkana.
Barbara Page pulls 85 pounds of free weights up the side of the Texarkana, Texas aqueduct Friday afternoon. Page has been running with weights up the aqueduct every other day for 13 years. "I wish it was more intricate then just pulling weights up a hill, but it's just that simple and it works," said Page.