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Click for the winners of the 2015 Christmas Lighting and Decoration Contest Continue reading
Tye Sturgeon is a cowboy riding 48 states for children’s charities. Message from Mayor Ann Rushing: Tye Sturgeon will be attending our Red River County Fair on Wednesday and Thursday. We are not sure what time exactly but I encourage … Continue reading
Clarksville, Texas—The Texas Historical Commission (THC) recently designated The William Becknell/Robbinsville Cemetery as a Historic Texas Cemetery. The distinction means the cemetery has been legally recorded through the THC’s Historic Texas Cemetery Program, an important step in ensuring its preservation. … Continue reading
Support the North East Texas Trail’s “Trailblazer Jump Start” program…an effort to clear the entire Red River County NETT corridor. Continue reading
November 6th @ 6:00 PM the Red River County Historical Society will host part 2 of a presentation on Steamboats up the Red River by Mike McCrary at the Presbyterian Church. The program will be a Power Point presentation titled … Continue reading
From The Clarksville Times: Algaier dies Tues 9/10/2013. City Code Enforcement Officer Larry Algaier collapsed in his office at City Hall late Tuesday Morning and died. First responders were reportedly called to City Hall and to Algaier’s office between 10 … Continue reading
Check out the coverage of the 2012 Get★A★Way Bicycle tour in Austin Cycling! Austin Cycling Aug-October 2012 (link, PDF file).
Highlights: Babe and Nancy Higgins were named citizens of the year, Nancy Patterson Troike PhD honored with the Clarksville Community Builders Award, and more! (click for the full article) Continue reading
By Peter O’Brien, president, Veneer Solutions, Clarksville, TX Working in “small town America” is a great way to compete in the world market. Here at Veneer Solutions LLC, we have a great advantage over our global competitors due to the … Continue reading
The Norris House is a two story Queen-Anne style home located just north of the historic Red River County Courthouse at 506 North Walnut Street. The house was completed in 1889. H.I. Norris was the original owner of the house … Continue reading