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On Sept. 8, 1945, six days after Japan surrendered and World War II officially ended, President Harry S. Truman went to Griffith Stadium to throw out the first pitch in a game between the Washington … more
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS COME - GREETINGS: WHEREAS: Daisy Lee Gatson Bates, was born on November 11, 1914, in Huttig, Arkansas. Bates' life began marred by the atrocities of racism when her … more
A couple of days ago, I retrieved one (of about a hundred) of our family doglets’ chew bones from the seemingly unreachable chasm under my youngest and quietest daughter’s bed using an … more
Fast facts Poultry Solar Analysis tool offers after-tax cashflow modeling to assess investment 30 state deadline for ‘legacy net metering’ status to apply current rate structure Two … more
FAYETTEVILLE — Farmers will be able to use existing stock of products containing dicamba on tolerant cotton and soybeans, following an order Wednesday from the United States Environmental … more
Fast facts: Ozark MangoTM is seventh nectarine introduced by Arkansas Fruit Breeding Program Sweet nectarine harvested in late June New variety has standard acidity, orange flesh CLARKSVILLE … more
LITTLE ROCK — America’s Seed Fund Road tour will start its swing through the South with an April 2 stop in Little Rock at the headquarters of the Cooperative Extension Service. The 2024 … more
WASHINGTON — This week, the Joint Commission and National Quality Forum announced VA’s Surgical Pause practice has been recognized with the prestigious John M. Eisenberg Patient Safety … more
MONTICELLO — While an emerging fungal disease continues to chip away at the forestry industry in the southern United States, remote sensing researcher Hamdi Zurqani is developing artificial … more
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Department of Agriculture is reminding farmers and applicators of the Arkansas State Plant Board’s rule that prohibits in-crop agricultural use of dicamba after … more
Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism has announced Newton County will receive $100,000 to construct a walking trail, pavilion, seating, play area, and accessibility features at … more
The Arkansas Department of Oral Health, has agreed to bring a mobile oral screening clinic to both Deer and Mt. Judea school campuses, they will screen not only our students but our community as … more
The Helena-West Helena Police Department (HWHPD) has requested the Arkansas State Police (ASP) Criminal Investigation Division (CID) investigate an alleged use of force incident on Dec. 19, 2023, … more
LITTLE ROCK — The legislative joint auditing committee released its report of findings of educational institutions. Out of the 18 school districts audited, four districts were found to have … more
LITTLE ROCK — Following a no contest plea entered by Malic King, 28, of Little Rock in Faulkner County Circuit Court on Monday, Attorney General Tim Griffin issued the following statement: … more
LITTLE ROCK — The legislative joint auditing committee released its report of findings of educational institutions. Out of the 18 school districts audited, four districts were found to have … more
FAYETTEVILLE – Isaac James Melder, age 42, of Yellville was sentenced on Feb. 13, to 360 months in prison without the possibility of parole after being found guilty of communicating with a … more
Three recent traffic stops by the Arkansas State Police (ASP) netted almost 200 pounds of illegal marijuana on Arkansas interstates. On Thursday, February 8, at approximately 9:15 a.m., ASP stopped a … more
LITTLE ROCK —Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders today announced the Arkansas Workforce Strategy, a report from her Chief Workforce Officer detailing ways to grow and develop Arkansas’ … more
LITTLE ROCK — Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders and The Arkansas Department of Human Services (DHS) recently announced a comprehensive plan to invest $30 million in American Rescue Plan Act … more
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