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Texarkana Celebrated an important day in US history over the weekend – Sabrina McCormick attended the Juneteenth event held in the city’s downtown area. She reports, the festival presented an array of vendors, music, ideas and community spirit.  (June 20,  2022).

 

 

June 19th marks an important moment in US history commemorating the recognition of the emancipation of all enslaved African America people. In the past, the day has been known as Emancipation Day, Freedom Day and Jubilee Day. In 2021 it was officially recognized as a federal holiday. For one young man, who is a member of an academic organization in Texarkana called the “The Scholars,” the day was an ideal way to recognize diversity in Texarkana. Derrick Montgomery reports. (June 20,  2022).

 

 

The Texarkana Symphony Orchestra and the city's Regional Arts and Humanities Council collaborated on June 17 to bring the internationally renowned Rolling Stones tribute show, Satisfaction to the Perot Theater. Sabrina McCormick spoke with Chris LeGrand, the shows founder, president and CEO. (June 20,  2022).

 

 

Texarkana Resident Carl Bandy has always been led by his dreams, and he wants local young people to know that when it comes to their dreams, the sky is literally the limit. Derrick Montgomery Reports: (June 20,  2022).

 

 

 

Texarkana welcomed a new cardiac care clinic recently, Sabrina McCormick reports: (June 08,  2022).

 

 

If you are looking for summer reading material featuring the east Texas/ southwest Arkansas region, but with an urban science fiction twist, Sabrina McCormick spoke with Best Selling Author DC Gomez about her current list of finished books featuring a host of otherworldly characters, and her upcoming projects. (June 08,  2022).

 

 

January 20, 2022 - Dr. Benjamin Neuman, Chief Virologist At The Global Health Research Complex At Texas A&M University-College Station.

 

 

 

 

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KTXK 91.5 FM is a National Public Radio and American Public Media affiliate community-oriented, non-commercial radio station licensed to Texarkana College. Now with 100,000 watts of power, the station serves the three state areas of Northeast Texas, Southwest Arkansas and Southeast Oklahoma. KTXK's mission is to broadcast programs that you will not hear anywhere else in the area.

 

On KTXK you will find a variety of music, news, sports, cultural and public affairs programs. The schedule occasionally changes, so check the program guide often for schedule updates and upcoming events.

 

 

KTXK Management And Staff
General Manager: Steve Mitchell
News Director: Sabrina McCormick
Music Director: Frank Miller
Classical Director: Alton Pettigrew
Chief Engineer: Hank Hardisty
Staff Announcers: Frank Miller, Pat Miller, Alton Pettigrew, & Junius Stone

 

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