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Travelers in The Natural State have a new way to enhance their explorations. A new series of digital games will help visitors delve deeper into Arkansas destinations and test their knowledge about … more
WASHINGTON — In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, since March 2020, the Department of Veterans Affairs has completed 150 Fourth Mission assignments nationwide.COVID-19 mission assignments are … more
LITTLE ROCK – The selection review committee for the National Statuary Hall statues of Daisy Bates and Johnny Cash met to review and evaluate final scores of the finalists for each sculpture. … more
LITTLE ROCK – Attorney General Leslie Rutledge in partnership with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), filed a lawsuit against BINT Operations, LLC and its officers LaShonda Moore and Marlon … more
The Pulaski County Circuit Court, 6th Division, entered an order removing nine of the 18 members of the State Plant Board from their positions on the Board. The Court’s action was a result of a … more
CDC has awarded the Arkansas Department of Health $40,411,710 to address COVID-19-related health disparities. The funding, part of a $2.25 billion nationwide investment, seeks to advance health … more
RUSSELLVILLE —The Forest Service and Arkansas Game and Fish Commission held their 2021 Annual Cooperative meeting virtually on Tuesday.The Forest Service in Arkansas and the Arkansas Game & … more
RUSSELLVILLE—Multiple land management agencies from around Arkansas and Oklahoma virtually hosted the Arkansas Wildland Fire Academy May 10 – May 21.The Academy, which began 22 years ago, … more
PINE BLUFF — As the summer temperatures rise, livestock producers should make sure their animals have a way to keep cool, Dr. David Fernandez, Extension livestock specialist and interim dean of … more
WASHINGTON — Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced today additional aid to agricultural producers and businesses as part of the USDA Pandemic Assistance for Producers initiative. Earlier … more
Fast facts: Blackberry tour presented research and extension updates on blackberry programsMore than 60 participants attended the tour at the Fruit Research StationArkansas Blackberry Growers … more
Fast Facts Arkansas Flower and Garden Show ends after three decadesShow leaves a legacy of scholarships, beautification projects LITTLE ROCK — For nearly three decades, the spectacular … more
Fast Facts: Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Stations help with weather observationsRohwer station reports more than 19 inches in 48-hour period. ROHWER — The Rohwer Research Station in … more
Fast Facts: June 30 field day scheduled 9:30 – noon; no cost to attendResearch site established in February 2020Invasive plant of focus: Chinese Privet LITTLE ROCK — Every now and … more
WASHINGTON, June 16, 2021 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today published a Federal Register Notice requesting public input on its efforts to advance racial justice and equity … more
Newton County Times' Outhouse Companion A compendium of facts, questions and answers A whale of a taleJonah lived in the belly of a whale, so the Bible tells us. But the whale that tried to … more
LITTLE ROCK—Law enforcement authorities have announced the results of a targeted effort to curb violent crime in Little Rock. “Operation Ceasefire” took place each day last week and … more
Welcome Wagon, a celebration for the opening of the new wagon exhibit, is planned for Saturday, June 26, from 1-4 p.m., at the Bradley House Museum in Jasper. Dutch oven cobbler and homemade ice … more
A Phillips County fugitive wanted on a murder charge is in custody following an overnight operation involving Arkansas State Police Troopers and Special Agents, U.S. Marshals and Lee County … more
LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas was covered with over a foot of water in parts of the state as dangerous levels of water poured into the Natural State. Governor Hutchinson declared a state of emergency … more
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