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Dustin Moseley

photos courtesy of Dustin Moseley
Dustin Moseley is a former MLB pitcher and the current owner of Proformance Sports Academy in Little Rock, Arkansas. While he now calls Little Rock home, he was born and raised in Texarkana, Arkansas, and has fond memories of his hometown. Dustin attended Union Elementary, was a seasoned Dixie Youth ball player, and graduated from Arkansas High School in 2000. Dustin was a multisport athlete and lead the Arkansas High Baseball team to the State Championship his senior year.

TXK Hall of Fame 2023

Welcome to the TXK Hall of Fame, where we celebrate the timeless treasures that have woven the rich tapestry of this extraordinary twin city. Texarkana stands as a testament to a bygone era, where the past intertwines seamlessly with the present. … We have compiled a list, with the help of our friends, from the “Remember in Texarkana” Facebook group. We included staples and throwback places that have left a mark on the hearts and minds of Texarkana’s inhabitants. … From beloved family-owned businesses to enduring landmarks, these pillars of Texarkana are sure to spark a memory.

The Butterfly Effect

photos by Matt Cornelius
With summer quickly approaching and spring weather turning sunny and warm, parents are looking for fun and educational places to take their kids, and people are looking for inventive ways to spruce up their yards. The Little Country Greenhouse in New Boston, Texas, answers both inquiries perfectly.

Farm to Fork

photos by Matt Cornelius
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” This has always been my favorite Maya Angelou quote, and it is the reason I create experiences for most meals I cook. You might be thinking, “I do not have the time to cook fabulous dishes with amazing experiences.” I would tell you that you do. As an entrepreneur, mom, and wife, I have learned to create delicious meals in no time.

Justin White

photo courtesy of Justin White
Justin White was born in Danbury, CT to his loving parents, Melodie and Mark White. The Whites moved to Texarkana early in Justin’s life, and Justin attended Wake Village Elementary, Texas Middle School, and graduated from Texas High School in 2013. After high school, White went to Stephen F. Austin University and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in filmmaking. Upon graduation, White moved to Dallas, Texas, where he began his career in the film/television industry. White began working on commercials and concerts. In 2019, White worked on his first feature film Miss Juneteenth.

Buffy Youngblood

photos by Ross Laurence Studio
Buffy Youngblood is a Texarkana, Arkansas, native who was raised by her parents, Kim and Terry Youngblood. She has three older brothers, Jon, David, and Ben. After graduating from Dallas Baptist University in 2011, she moved to New York City to pursue a career in the fashion industry. … During her time in New York, Buffy gained experience working in various fields of fashion, including notable establishments such as Barney’s New York and Norma Kamali. It was also in New York where she met her husband, Ugonna Onyekwe.

Clay’s Golf and Guitars Through the Years…

How It All Began … In May 2014, friends of Gail and Dr. Ed Eichler held a crawfish boil to celebrate the life of their son, Clay, who passed away earlier that year. The crawfish boil was held on Clay’s birthday (a birthday shared with his older brother, Edward) as an opportunity to share memories and uplift the family. It was quickly evident that this memorial would become an annual gathering to raise funds for the community. The Clay Eichler Memorial Fund was created in 2014, and the first Clay’s Golf and Guitars fundraiser was held May 30, 2015, at Texas A&M University-Texarkana.

Books for Grads

photos by Matt Cornelius
Graduation time feels a bit like being on the cusp of a new year. The blank slate of a new life path can be a thrilling rebirth and, at the same time, paralyze you with the scaries. For many graduates, this could mean heading off to an oversized elementary school that makes you feel tiny, leaving the comforts of your childhood hometown to embark on a brave new world, or packing up your college apartment and thinking, now what? … Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile, The Road Back to You:

Class of 2023

No one gets a diploma alone. The teachers, administrators, family, and friends who contribute to a graduate’s future are real heroes. CONGRATULATIONS from Texarkana Magazine!

The Midway and Memory Lane

photos courtesy of Four States Fair & Rodeo
1940 … First recorded year of rodeo. … 1945 … Fair organized, and charter established. … 1954 … Fair set at six days with a five-day rodeo. … 1970-80s … Four States Fair held at Spring Lake Park where baseball complex is today. … 1977 … The Anheuser-Busch Clydesdale horses participated in parade and performed in the rodeo arena. … 1979 … 104 acres of land located on the West side of Loop 245 and South of I-30, a 20-acre parking lot, and 88 acres were deeded to the Four States Fair for relocation at no cost. … 1982 … Groundbreaking for new fairgrounds on Loop 245.

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