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Here it is Sunday night and while watching the sunset, I saw it was red! “Red at night, sailors delight” came to mind. Then I remembered, Jackie would say right after that, “Except … more
Happy July birthdays to: Billy Adams, Sabrina Carlton, Ryan Davis, Michael Shaun and Dana Eddings, Lora Lynn King, Oakley Martin, Clint and Jesslyn Martin, Mary Ellen Race, Donna Sams, Rubynell … more
FAYETTEVILLE — The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) has been awarded a $1.3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for its Arkansas Technology and Data … more
LITTLE ROCK — In July, Arkansas Imagination Library and local program partners in all 75 counties will celebrate a statewide milestone: More than five million Dolly Parton’s Imagination … more
LITTLE ROCK – Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders has announced that Chris Caldwell will serve as the newest Arkansas Game and Fish Commissioner. Chris’ seven-year term will last until 2031. … more
The University of Arkansas System’s Criminal Justice Institute (CJI) held an opioid overdose prevention community roundtable Thursday, June 27, at the Newton County Senior Activity and Wellness … more
The Newton County Hometown Health Initiative (HHI) created a subcommittee called Partnership in Prevention (PIP) which proposed submitting an application for a federal CDC Drug Free Community (DFC) … more
The Newton County Senior Activity and Wellness Center in Jasper will send its bean bag baseball team to Marshall Wednesday, July 17, to take on the Searcy County Senior Center team. The monthly fish … more
A Skywarn® class for Jasper will be held on Saturday, July 20, at 10 a.m. in the Newton County Courthouse courtroom. The class is open to anyone interested in learning more about severe weather … more
Members of Community Matters, a coalition of faith-based and nonprofit service organizations serving Newton County, met in regular session last Thursday, June 28, with several members committing to … more
The Deer/Mt Judea School District Board of Education will be undergoing facilities training at the Deer School on Tuesday night, July 9. The public is invited to attend. The regular monthly board … more
PINE BLUFF – Arkansas State Police investigators have identified the driver of a vehicle that struck and killed a 19-year-old Bentonville woman late Wednesday, July 3, 2024, on Interstate 530 … more
LITTLE ROCK — A Hot Spring County man has been convicted of two counts of criminal mischief in the first degree following an investigation by the Arkansas Department of Agriculture’s Law … more
Fast Facts: · Tick collected in Boone County confirmed as Asian longhorned tick · Arkansas counties with confirmed ALT now include Benton, Boone, Independence and Washington · … more
LITTLE ROCK – Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders today joined Arkansas Secretary of Education Jacob Oliva to invite all Arkansas school districts to join her administration’s mental health … more
FAYETTEVILLE—Jonathan D. Ross, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas, announced today that a Jackson, Mississippi, man has pleaded guilty to one count of threatening to … more
FORT SMITH – A Barling man pled guilty today to one count of Threatening a Federal Official and one count of Receipt of Child Pornography. The Honorable Judge Mark E. Ford presided over the … more
FAYETTEVILLE — In the more than two years since the current outbreak began, highly pathogenic avian influenza, or HPAI, has proven to be a highly adaptable foe, infecting not only poultry, but … more
FAYETTEVILLE — Ingenuity in agriculture requires collaboration, and seed funds, to make an impact. Cengiz Koparan works with student in lab. That’s the mindset behind Engineering … more
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