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FAYETTVILLE — Westark Area Council Boy Scouts of America will host the First Annual Gathering of Eagles Event at The Verizon Ballroom located at the University of Arkansas Union. December 6, … more
LITTLE ROCK — World AIDS Day is recognized each year on December 1 and is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), show their … more
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Natural Resources Commission (ANRC) will hold a meeting on Friday, December 2, 2022, to approve American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding to help address statewide … more
The Newton County Cancer Support Group/Newton County Library fundraising raffle has been extended to 4 p.m., Dec. 9. "We thank the few who have bought tickets and want parents to still sign up for the Imagination Fundraiser to get a free book to each child registered before age 5. As our governor and Dolly Parton have said children need to be able to get books and learn to enjoy them ... it strengthens their learning," said support group coordinator Susan McSweeney. more
The Newton County Cancer Support Group/Newton County Library fundraising raffle has been extended to 4 p.m., Dec. 9. "We thank the few who have bought tickets and want parents to still sign up for the Imagination Fundraiser to get a free book to each child registered before age 5. As our governor and Dolly Parton have said children need to be able to get books and learn to enjoy them ... it strengthens their learning," said support group coordinator Susan McSweeney. more
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LITTLE ROCK – Funds are now available from the settlement of a massive lawsuit against opioid distributors, and will be awarded to projects that have demonstrated effectiveness in combating the abuse of painkillers. more
LITTLE ROCK – Funds are now available from the settlement of a massive lawsuit against opioid distributors, and will be awarded to projects that have demonstrated effectiveness in combating the abuse of painkillers. more
On Thursday, Nov. 10, 2022, Deer School hosted a breakfast for area veterans and then honored them at an assembly in the school gymnasium. Sixteen area veterans were in attendance, along with other friends and relatives. more
MARSHALL —On-going projects receiving funding from the Buffalo River Conservation Committee (BRCC) were reviewed during a meeting of the committee Friday afternoon, Nov. 18, at the Veteran's Memorial Hall in Marshall. These projects included road, water and sewer infrastructure improvements in Newton and Searcy counties, cost share programs for agriculture, tourism and tourism impacts including a discussion of preparations for the coming solar eclipse in April 2024 which will be most prominently experienced in portions of the watershed. more
MARSHALL —On-going projects receiving funding from the Buffalo River Conservation Committee (BRCC) were reviewed during a meeting of the committee Friday afternoon, Nov. 18, at the Veteran's Memorial Hall in Marshall. These projects included road, water and sewer infrastructure improvements in Newton and Searcy counties, cost share programs for agriculture, tourism and tourism impacts including a discussion of preparations for the coming solar eclipse in April 2024 which will be most prominently experienced in portions of the watershed. more
Be the light for 2023 by donating to the Newton County Senior Activity and Wellness Center's Meals on Wheels Program. By making a donation of $25, you can help the senior center reach its goal of $83,144. more
Happy December birthdays to; Wynona Brown, Sherl Breedlove, Chris Clark, Marsha Clayborn, Kim Davis, Karen Edgmon, Pam Emerson, Isiah, Kaiden and Travis Heffley, Vernie Heydenrich, Darrell Little, Hayden Martin, Renita Plumlee, Justin Reynolds, Don Simpkins, Rachel Stone, John and Brandon Smith, Melissa Tennison, Calvin Turner, Bobby Joe Young, Kayla and Ken Waters, and Kenya Windel. more
Arkansas's Great North American Eclipse coming Monday, April 8, 2024, is predicted to be a financial boon for Jasper and Newton County. Parts of 53 of Arkansas's 75 counties will be in the path of totality, and Jasper will be in one of the must-visit spots where a person can have a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Some areas of the state will experience up to 4 minutes and 20 seconds of totality. Jasper, according to latest projections, is expected to be in total darkness for 2 minutes and 10 seconds as the moon passes directly between Earth and the sun. more
The Ozark Mountain School District held the monthly school board meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17 at the St. Joe campus. more
Thanksgiving has come and gone! Anticipation is most of the event. It is hard to believe that a year has gone by since my sister, Patty Phillips Shoemaker died. Amazing that COVID-19 is diminishing and now we should be taking flu and Covid shots to protect ourselves each year. While we are talking shots, we need to make sure we have taken our Shingles shots, as well. more
MARSHALL — Officers of the Marshall FFA and their adviser Andrew Hendrix, attended the Nov.18, meeting of the Buffalo River Conservation Committee which convened at Veteran's Memorial Hall in Marshall that afternoon. Hendrix said the organization was invited to the meeting by Arkansas Department of Agriculture Secretary Wes Ward. more
Raking is definitely needed in most yards. A heavy layer of whole leaves on your lawn shouldn’t last all winter or it can damage the lawn. Rake them and if possible shred them and add them to the compost pile, or use the shredded leaves as mulch in the garden. more
Raking is definitely needed in most yards. A heavy layer of whole leaves on your lawn shouldn’t last all winter or it can damage the lawn. Rake them and if possible shred them and add them to the compost pile, or use the shredded leaves as mulch in the garden. more
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