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East Texas State Fair Sets New Security Measures

The new rules are part of an effort to keep visitors safe and are similar to rules set by other events, stadiums, and fairgrounds across the nation.

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Museum Offers a Mardi Gras Fun-filled Evening

Annual fundraiser gala is set to transport attendees to Mardi Gras.

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Brookshire's Became a Grocery Institution Some 100 Years Ago

A family-run business at first, today's Brookshire's encompasses 150 retail outlets in three states and employees 14,000.

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Fun Catch and Release Event to Benefit CASA for Kids

To get off the hook, each "caught" team will have to raise tax deductible donations to help abused and neglected children of Smith, Wood and Van Zandt counties.

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Disabilities Can't Hold These Athletes Back

Activities include archery and air rifle training clinics, hand cycling, fishing and kayaking.

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One-of-a-Kind Country Music Diva Called a Pioneer

Arthur is considered the pioneer of rockabilly music. The Paris, Texas, native toured with Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, and Jerry Lee Lewis.

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Shreveport Festival Mimics French Marketplace

Free, family-friendly event will feature vendor booths, live music, food trucks and more.

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Mystique of the Cowboy's Life Lives on, Thanks to Pioneer Photographer

A significant contributor to our understanding of the life of cowboys, photographer Erwin Smith was born and eventually buried in his hometown of Honey Grove, far northeast Texas.

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Shreveport Hosts Asian Festival

Free event will celebrate the Diwali Festival of Lights as well as traditional Asian street foods.

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Uncle Dudley Made Radio History

A regional radio favorite, "Uncle Dudley Hackworth had a part in helping Elvis Presley get started.

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Badman from Bonham Became an Old West Icon

The legendary badman John Wesley Hardin is the subject of many folk tales and ballads about Texas.

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Accidental Death Takes Civil Rights Attorney in 1960

Early civil rights attorney's death shocked the community of Marshall in 1960.

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