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The annual Egg Drop is Back! Newton County Baptist Church and Rock Haven Bible Camp is bringing back the Egg Drop on Saturday, April 3. The egg drop will be held at the Newton County Fair Grounds. … more
LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge today introduced legislation aimed at strengthening American patriotism in schools throughout Arkansas called Faith Family Freedom Acts. … more
Community meetings are being conducted to discuss a proposed four-day school week for the DeerMt. Judea School District. The first meeting isbeing held at the Deer gym on Tuesday at 7 p.m. A second … more
LITTLE ROCK — The Senate has approved legislation to grant to certified nurse practitioners full and independent practice authority.The nurses would need about three years, or 6,240 hours, of … more
To prevent invasive plants from taking over roadways in the Big Piney, Pleasant Hill and Boston Mountain ranger districts of the Oark-St. Francis National Forests, a strategy was proposed in 2018 to … more
Newton County Road Department is working along 1.8 miles of Cave Mountain Road (NC 9560) starting at state Highway 21. The county estimates that from March 22 to April 9 this section of road will be … more
  Spring planting is here and the Jasper Community Garden has a limited number of garden beds available for the 2021 growing season. If you would like a garden plot for the coming year, … more
In 2019 a long range economic development plan for the city of Jasper was created through a grant from the Economic Development Administration. A series of meetings were attended by Jasper officials … more
Newton County Sheriff Glenn Wheeler said the body of a retired judge was found just after 1 p.m. Wednesday, March 24, after he had been lost in a remote area of Newton County.Wheeler said the body of … more
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge announced a multistate settlement with Boston Scientific Corporation (Boston) to resolve allegations it engaged in deceptive marketing of … more
Fast Facts: Feral hog populations continue to expand throughout ArkansasIn survey, most respondents indicated they were not confident they could protect their land from feral hogsUSDA technicians … more
Feeders linked to bird disease transmission EDITOR'S NOTE – Social media has been lighting up with news about Salmonella outbreaks among siskins in Oregon and California, with advice to … more
Fast Facts: Temperatures reached record lows throughout Arkansas in mid-FebruaryThe fertility of bulls may suffer in the short term if they were not adequately sheltered during the freezeBreeders … more
Fast facts Renowned soil scientist Andrew Sharpley retiresPlayed key role in Arkansas Discovery Farms ProgramResearch focus on conservation practices to preserve water qualityJoined Arkansas … more
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Department of Commerce launched a new initiative to designate high-achieving state college workforce training programs that meet specific regional workforce needs in … more
WASHINGTON — The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) started implementing in March steps to improve its posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) claims processing. During the next six months, VA … more
WASHINGTON — U.S. Senators John Boozman and Tom Cotton, along with Congressmen Rick Crawford, French Hill, Bruce Westerman and Steve Womack, announced the U.S. Department of Transportation … more
A compendium of news, questions and answers   Filthy lucre revengeAndreas Flaten quit his job at the Walker Luxury Autoworks in Peachtree City, Georgia, recently because of the … more
LITTLE ROCK—The Arkansas Securities Department urges Arkansas investors victimized in an alleged $185 million precious metals investment scheme targeting over 1600 investors to immediately file … more
LITTLE ROCK — A 30-day public comment period has been set for a proposed rule to allow the use of dicamba in Arkansas on soybean and cotton varieties resistant to dicamba. The draft rule may be … more
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