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Hadley Stevens Smith

photo by Savannah Stevens Jarratt
Hadley Stevens Smith is an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute. She is a health economist whose research evaluates the use of genomic medicine, primarily for newborn and pediatric patient populations. Her research has been funded by the National Institutes of Health. … Hadley was born in Texarkana, Texas. She attended St. James Day School and Pleasant Grove High School, where she graduated as Valedictorian. Hadley earned her Bachelor of Science and Master of Public Service and Administration from Texas A&M University in College Station.

Presenting the 2023 Texarkana Cotillion Debutantes

photos by Matt Cornelius
Eight debutantes, dressed in traditional gowns and carrying bouquets of red roses, were presented to society on December 28, 2023, at Texarkana Country Club. John Crisp, master of ceremonies, introduced each young lady as she stepped from the dais. Andrea Finley and Leisa Arnett played the chosen debut song for each debutante as she and her escort circled the room. This season was coordinated by Miss Blaire Barlow. … … Kelsey Allison Clark … Kelsey Allison Clark is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Clark of Texarkana, Texas.

Not For Sale

In the darkest corners of Texarkana, a woman, a girl, a child lies broken as a stack of green changes hands. Every day another life is ruined while people, a street, a block, a room away, continue on with their lives, none the wiser. … Many believe human trafficking only exists in foreign countries, or they mistakenly believe that it must involve physically transporting victims from one place to another. They can’t imagine something like this would ever live in their community.

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