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Quince at the Courthouse

While capturing the Harrison County Courthouse [Marshall], I noticed the Quince blooming and thought it would be good in the front of the shot.
March 4, 2018

Jingle Bell Runners Dash, Dance, and Prance Across Finish Line

Many participants came in costume and almost all included jingle bells attached to their shoelaces.
December 17, 2017

Early General Store Marks 170th Birthday

With the snap of a rusty spring closing a screen door, visitors to the T.C. Lindsey & Co. General Store are transported back in time.
October 30, 2017

Wonderland of Lights Returns to Marshall

October 30, 2017

Farmers' Markets

Farmers' markets in the Upper East Side of Texas offer more than delicious home grown produce. Some have food demonstrations, wine, preserves, fresh baked breads, live music, and more.
April 24, 2017

Sumi Japanese Ink Painting Classes Scheduled

Sumi Japanese Ink Painting classes are scheduled with artist Mieko Hathaway on Thursdays, June 16, 23, and 30 at Gingko Leaf Gallery in Marshall.
May 14, 2016

Summer Film Institute Now Accepting Applications

Deadline of April 30 approaches for new film camp in East Texas.
April 14, 2016

Marshall Native Played Several Roles for Civil Rights Advancement

From the famed Wiley College debaters to the Freedom Riders, Marshall's James Farmer Jr. achieved many achievements and honors for the sake of racial equality.
January 11, 2016

Gingko Leaf Gallery Makes Best List

Promising “art for the imagination” Gingko Leaf Gallery in Marshall houses artwork from numerous artists in a historic old Elks Lodge building that received a Texas Preservation Award in 2015.
December 30, 2015

Documentary Highlights Historic Trail

The Marshall Historic Landmark Preservation Board recently completed “The Buard History Trail,” a documentary film on the contributions of African-Americans to the growth and development of Marshall.
February 24, 2015

Symphony Orchestras Fill the Air

The curtains open to a dimly lit stage as orchestra members test their instruments in preparation for an upcoming performance. A number of symphony orchestras bring classical music to communities nestled amid the tall pine trees, cattle ranches and rodeo arenas weaving a thread of culture and refinement throughout Northeast Texas. Orchestras and supporting leagues based in Texarkana, Longview, Tyler, and Marshall organize performances throughout the year. Many orchestra members also perform in smaller chamber music ensembles and symphony bands taking beautiful music all over the region.
February 24, 2015

Wiley College

History was made 80 years ago on April 2, 1935, when a debate team from the small African American Wiley College in Marshall beat the reigning national collegiate debate champions, the University of Southern California.
February 24, 2015