Brandon Page watches the Liberty-Eylau Fire Department put out the final flames from his trailer on Crutchers Creek Road Monday afternoon. "I needed to clear that land to make room for a shop I'm building, so I set it on fire," said Page. "I didn't know I could get in trouble for this."
Left to right: Lou Gigliotti, Brent Lawson, John Ratcliffe, and John Stacy were the featured candidates during the U.S Congress 4th District Seat Candidate Forum at the Texarkana Convention Center Monday night. The candidates were given 2 minutes to answers questions ranging from immigration to personal goals.
Jeweler David Birchfield retips the prongs on a ring Monday afternoon in his workshop at Micah's Jewelers on Richmond Road. A jeweler for 39 years, Birchfield says the trade requires just as much artistic ability as it does general repair and assembly knowledge.
Texas High School drama students dance around fellow student Jake Boyles, center, during a Elizabethan Dance workshop put on by the American Shakespeare Center Tuesday night at the Sullivan Performing Arts Center. The workshop centered around teaching the students to treat the audience as equal importance to the performance using dance as a medium to relate to them.
Pleasant Grove's Brooklyn Puzz,24, takes a ball to the face after a missed header by Celeigh Redden,1, during their game against Liberty-Eyelau Friday evening at Hawk Stadium. Pleasant Grove won the match 13-0.
Bowie County Precinct 4 Commissioner Pat McCoy holds his head in his hands in frustration after county budget arguments with Bowie County Judge Sterling E. Lacy during a Bowie County Commissioners Court Monday morning at the Courthouse in New Boston, Texas.
Sara Senatore, left, and Gabi Lagrone hang a piece of the Sixteenth Annual Juried Art Exhibition and AP Senior Exhibit Friday afternoon in the foyer at Pleasant Grove High School. The show begins Tuesday, April 1 at 5:30 p.m. and features over 300 pieces of art.