Legion Auxiliary president-elect Ann Nicholas, left, watches Trail Life members Kaleb Points, center, and Jonathan Points separate the stars from the stripes on the American flag during the first part of a flag retirement ceremony Friday morning at the Texarkana American Legion Post 25-58. The American Legion will finish the ceremony tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. at the American Legion. The public is invited to come and bring their old flags as well to be properly disposed of.
De Queen High School student Carmen Rafael, second from left, compresses the chest of a Hi Fidelity Simman simulation mannequin with the instruction of Texarkana College vocational nursing students Keara Williams, center, and Markeisha Jones, right, during a CPR simulation Tuesday morning at Texarkana College. The students are apart of the MASH (Medical Application of Sciences for Health) program wherein students from Texarkana area schools were selected to participate in the two week program which focuses on hands on learning in a variety of medical fields.
A member of Neely's Towing and Recovery Service hook up a BioCycle Healthcare and Waste Management Services truck to be towed away after it collided with the railroad trestle on College Drive Thursday afternoon. Nobody was hurt in the accident.
Kim Keith, from left, Angela Weir, Sydney Steely, Stacy Tidwell, and Brittanie Stone make their best duck face for the '#myduckface' contest during the kick off event for the 25th annual Great Texarkana Duck Race Thursday afternoon at CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System.
Adrian Jimenez waters the flowers and plants around Westwood Apartments on a day where temperatures rose to around 95 degrees Monday afternoon. "People sleep in and watch television all day when we need to be praying for water, if we just pray for rain it will come," said Jimenez.