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WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Department of the Interior (DOI) and FEMA has announced the establishment of a Wildland Fire Mitigation and Management Commission. … more
WASHINGTON – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsacksaid the Biden-Harris Administration is providing up to $1.5 billion to states and school districts to help school meal program operators deal with … more
LITTLE ROCK — In large part because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the state Human Services Department has a backlog of applications for Medicaid.Not only has the pandemic has caused layoffs and … more
LITTLE ROCK—A Conway man has pleaded guilty to importing and possessing illegally taken wildlife. Jackson Roe, 27, entered his guilty plea Wednesday afternoon before Chief United States … more
WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) announced Master Sergeant (Ret.) Michael Long will join his staff as an advisor for military and veterans’ issues in early January.During his … more
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Department of Education is pleased to join the Arkansas Department of Health and Arkansas Drug Director’s Office to announce that schools and other service … more
WASHINGTON — The Department of Veterans Affairs releases the third iteration of its Coronavirus Disease 2019 Response Report - Annex B addressing the pandemic from Jan. 1 through July 31.This … more
A plan was submitted Wednesday to Circuit Judge Johnnie Copeland that would see refunds of the $18 fee that commercial and residential property owners paid on their 2019 property taxes.The fee was … more
LITTLE ROCK - Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge announced a warrant has been issued for Joseph Schwartz, owner of Skyline nursing homes. Schwartz is accused of eight counts of Medicaid fraud … more
What is it about weather change that makes a body go into shock? Or at least go into hibernation mode? When my children were young, we were always busy during the holiday time even if it were cold, … more
Do you want to save money this holiday season? Most of us would answer yes! One easy way to do that is to commit to eating more meals at home. Not only can you save money by preparing meals for your … more
The Mighty Buffalo 4-H club members created Christmas cards to share with the residents of the Newton County Nursing Homes during their regular monthly meeting in November. The group planned their … more
The daily meal charge for guests under age 60 and carry outs is $6.50.Are you 60 or above, here is the weekly van schedule to Jasper:Monday - Western Grove and HastyTuesday - Mt. Judea, Vendor and … more
Intelligent.com, a trusted resource for online/on-campus program rankings and higher education planning, has included North Arkansas College to its list of programs assessed for 2022. The research … more
axpayers in Boone County may see the same sort of refund for the $18 fee they paid on property taxes in 2020, as soon as the lawyers submit a plan to disperse those funds.The fee was part of the … more
LITTLE ROCK – The legislature completed a three-day special session in which it passed reductions in state income taxes that will save Arkansas families and businesses almost $500 million a … more
Only one influenza-related death has been reported by the Arkansas Department of Health so far this flu season. ADH said the average school absenteeism rate last week was 6.9 percent among public … more
Students from Western Grove School of the consolidated Ozark Mountain School District took time recently to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and celebrate the season by decorating its designated … more
DEER — At the Deer/Mt. Judea School Board meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 14, school superintendent Brenda Napier announced that Mt. Judea Elementary classes have temporarily moved to digital learning … more
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Commission approved $47,143,614 for water and wastewater projects serving more than 41,999 people in four Arkansas … more
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