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Texarkana Monthly strives to keep you informed about ways to stay engaged with our community and local businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.


We are hosting an online series called “COVID” Conversations. We are using this forum to help local businesses communicate with you.


We will be talking with them about...

  • What they are doing to adapt to this sudden change.
  • How it has impacted their business, industry or workplace.
  • What we can do as a community to help them remain open.


We believe we should come together to fight this invisible enemy and support our local businesses, who are the heart and soul of our community.


Scroll down for interviews, postings, and ways to help in our community!


If you would like to participate in our “COVID” Conversations, please email us at and we will send you more information.


All interviews were held on a previous date. This rapidly evolving situation means that changes could have been made since the information was recorded. Please contact the business directly with any questions. All businesses are working tirelessly to follow recommendations from all levels of government. We encourage the support of all local businesses in the community.

Farmers Bank & Trust

Texarkana ISD

Better Homes & Garden Realty

Gregg Orr Auto Collection

Red River Credit Union

Lauren Calloway, Realtor

Renew Medical Spa

Texarkana ER

Oral & Facial Surgery of Northeast Texas

Express Employment Professionals

Redlick ISD

Prodigy Yoga

Four States Furniture

Pleasant Grove ISD

Farmers Insurance

Pediatric Dentistry of Texarkana

The Cracked Pearl

Julie’s Deli


Funeral Homes

CHRISTUS St. Michael

Health System

Commercial National Bank

Ark-La-Tex Health Center

Andrew Curry, DDS

Southern Insurance Group

Tips on How to Survive “Social Distancing”


Olive Tree Counseling

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