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The Arkansas State Police has announced Driver’s License testing facilities across the area are reopening. At each facility written exams are given from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and the skills exam … more
JASPER — The Newton County Quorum Court passed an ordinance Monday night, May 3, establishing a special revenue fund to be called the American Rescue Plan fund. The county will soon receive a … more
JASPER — Nobody goes to Jasper, anymore. It is too crowded. That is a take on a quote by Hall of Fame baseball player, manager and coach Yogi Berra. He might have said something like that after … more
Fast Facts: 4-H members photograph scenes and subjects in Arkansas for photo contestLaney Hunter of Hot Springs wins Best of Show with picture of her dogWinning photographs on the Arkansas 4-H … more
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced the availability of $92.2 million in competitive grant funding under the 2018 Farm Bill’s Local Agriculture Market … more
WASHINGTON — As part of the American Rescue Plan, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is accepting applications from Veterans interested in the Veteran Rapid Retraining Assistance … more
WASHINGTON – May is National Moving Month and many Veterans may find themselves moving to a new address as they take advantage of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) expanded home loan … more
Fast Facts: Survey conducted by Division of Agriculture initiative looks at consumer prioritiesData collected from 199 southwestern Arkansas residentsSurvey results at … more
Fast facts Researchers surveyed low-income families during COVID-19 pandemicFood insecurity led to three times the risk of anxiety or depression than losing a jobRisks cut across all races; higher … more
‘Two birds with one stone’If 12-year-old Mike Wimmer was like most kids his age you’d find him in grammar school in the sixth or seventh grade. But Mike is not like most kids his … more
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Department of Agriculture’s State Plant Board voted at a public hearing and special board meeting on May 3 to approve regulatory changes for application of … more
The Arkansas State Police is continuing its investigation today of a suspected homicide that occurred Thursday, May 6, at the Brinkley Housing Authority Office. Brinkley Police Department authorities … more
LITTLE ROCK—Preserve Arkansas’s 2021 Most Endangered Places list includes a Greek Revival landmark with statewide significance, Little Rock’s oldest municipal golf course, and the … more
The University of Central Arkansas will hold spring commencement Friday, May 7, and Saturday, May 8, in the Farris Center on campus. The times for the ceremonies are as follows: Graduate … more
LITTLE ROCK — Because of their efforts to improve student access to a high-quality education by extending the reach of excellent teachers to more students, the Arkansas Department of … more
LITTLE ROCK – The Mosaic Templars Cultural Center and Arkansas Heritage are excited to announce the opening of the exhibition, “The Negro Motorist Green Book,” with a special, … more
LITTLE ROCK —Two Malvern residents have been charged with fraudulently selling purebred, registered puppies that did not actually exist. Helda Verla Berinyuy and Thierry Assoueesoh Ekwelle, … more
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas National Science Foundation Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research’s (NSF EPSCoR) current Track-1 project, “Data Analytics that are Robust … more
LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge filed a lawsuit against two chiropractic clinics, 501 Pain & Rehab, LLC, located in Conway, and 501 Pain and Rehab Family Clinic of … more
LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge announced a $2.6 million judgment against Real Travel, LLC, and the company’s founder Brian Scroggs. Real Travel, the now-defunct … more
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