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WASHINGTON – U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Tom Vilsack and Dr. Paul Jones, Chair of 1890s Presidents Council—an organization comprised of presidents and chancellors of … more
Strawberries are a great summertime fruit to enjoy. They peak during the spring and early summer, according to Teresa Henson, Extension specialist-program outreach coordinator for the University of … more
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is asking for proposals for the Joint Chiefs’ Landscape Restoration Partnership to improve forest health on public and private … more
Stephen Clark, 60, of the Woodlawn community (Cleveland County), was arrested Thursday, June 16, by a special agent of the Arkansas State Police Criminal Investigation Division. Clark is charged with … more
In the June 15 edition of the Newton County Times the report of the Newton County Quorum Court JPs authorized County Judge Warren Campbell to close the courthouse on Friday, June 24, because the … more
FAYETTEVILLE – A Tontitown man was sentenced today to 600 months in prison without the possibility of parole on two counts of Sexual Exploitation of a Minor via Production of Child Pornography. … more
LITTLE ROCK—An Alexander doctor has been convicted for his involvement in a multi-million-dollar kickback conspiracy at the conclusion of a week-long trial. A federal jury found Joe David … more
NORTH LITTLE ROCK—Engineering, Compliance, Construction, Inc. (ECCI) is the Natural State Environmental Program’s (NStEP) first Silver member. The Little Rock-based consulting firm brings … more
Twenty-one Arkansas State Police Recruits will receive their trooper commissions during a graduation ceremony at 6 PM, Thursday, June 16th at the state capitol (2nd floor rotunda).A news release … more
WASHINGTON — The Department of Veterans Affairs is suspending annual reassessments for participants of the Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers while the department … more
LITTLE ROCK – Attorney General Leslie Rutledge is sending an important warning for parents to take time to monitor their child’s internet usage and social media accounts. Social media … more
Fast Facts: Farmer’s Market Week is June 12-18 Arkansas hosts more than 112 farmer’s markets across state NORTH LITTLE ROCK — As summer begins in the Natural State, many Arkansans … more
A crane is being used to place prefabricated concrete walls into place for the construction of Jasper School's safe room. The school district applied for federal FEMA funding based on the need of a … more
Saturday June 1, the 4-H Compton Busy Beavers met at Hydala Alpine Goat Milk Farm and owner/operator Lydia Castelly gave a tour and hands on education about the operation of the goat milk farm, how … more
The Jasper Summer Youth Camp program has just completed its second week of activities. There were 50 campers registered.After two years hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the camp program is … more
ITTLE ROCK – Two new virtual statewide charter schools have been approved by the Arkansas Board of Education.The board’s action allows Founders Classical Academy to add as many as 500 … more
The Newton County Library and the Newton County Cancer Support Group are working together to raise funds and awareness of the Dolly Parton Imagination Library program in the county.The Newton County … more
Honor Roll Deer Elementary for the 4th nine weeksKindergarten: Rylee Sams, Mason Swafford, Karley Willis, Jackson Breedlove, Caleb Freeman, William Gore1st Grade: Keagan Freeman, Wyatt Wade, Gunnar … more
Students caught in the act of doing good deeds had a well deserved special luncheon and a special activity with the school principal Misty Tabor. These are our future leaders, so we are so proud that … more
I’ve heard through the grapevine that preparing now for a Total Solar Eclipse that will not happen for 664 days seems a bit premature ( a nice way of putting it!). Especially as the weather may … more
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