Four fun festivals for May!

Spring is here and festival season is in full swing! Here is a peek at a few of the fun options taking place across Southwest Arkansas in May! 1. Railfest Railfest in Texarkana takes place May 6-7 and is a

Texarkana to Dedicate Elvis Presley Plaque on January 8

Texarkana will be celebrating Elvis Presley’s 81st birthday with a plaque dedication January 8 at the Walk of Fame Park outside the Arkansas Municipal Auditorium at East 3rd and Walnut Street. The dedication will take place at 11:30 a.m. and will

Run the Line Half Marathon in Texarkana

The Run the Line Half Marathon in Texarkana is a chance to participate in a race in two states! The half marathon, whose route goes through Arkansas and Texas and offers an opportunity to run down State Line Avenue, takes

Talimena Rally Set for May

The Talimena Rally has been set for May 21-24.  The event is a chance to ride the motorcycling terrain of Arkansas while raising money for cancer research. All proceeds from the motorcycle rally go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

X-Ray Vision Exhibit in Texarkana

Created using the latest digital x-ray technology, X-ray Vision: Fish Inside Out is an exhibit traveling to museums across the country through 2015. This exhibition, organized by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History and the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition

New Water Slide at Holiday Springs Water Park

  Holiday Springs Water Park in Texarkana has a new ride: the Texas Sky Fall Water Slide. The ride simulates the feeling of free falling. There is a chance to ride this and other slides at the water park, which is

Holiday Springs Water Park in Texarkana!

The new Holiday Springs Water Park is now open in Texarkana! Features at the park include water slides with names like the Ozark Cliff Hanger, Texas Sky Fall, Neptunes Revenge, Blue Beast and Green Monster! Here are more details on

Film Crew in Texarkana For Remake of The Town That Dreaded Sundown

A film crew is in Texarkana this week shooting a remake of  the 1976 horror movie The Town That Dreaded Sundown. The late Charles B. Pierce, who was from Arkansas, originally directed the movie, which was inspired by a series

Car Enthusiasts Kick Off Bandit Run in Texarkana

  Arkansas is set to be the starting line for the 2012 Bandit Run, the annual re-enactment of the legendary drive featured in the 1977 Burt Reynolds “Smokey and the Bandit” movie that made the Pontiac Trans Am a superstar.