Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Texarkana gets some news competition

Posted By on Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 1:43 PM

click to enlarge NEWS YOU CAN USE: And it's free at tkxtoday.com
  • NEWS YOU CAN USE: And it's free at tkxtoday.com
Just got a link today to a promising addition to news coverage in the Texarkana area. The website txktoday.com looks like a straight-ahead news source, with a home page long today on police items.

It's got obituaries, video and features (Top 10 places to take a date in Texarkana, for example). The Texarkana newspaper, part of the Hussman chain, has a tight pay wall, so the option might prove popular. 

Field Walsh of Square World Media is the owner. The business address is on the Texas side of the border city.

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