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During a 33-hour saturation of Crittenden County, Arkansas State Police (ASP) issued 372 citations and arrested 23 individuals on various charges, including felony charges for possession of guns, … more
The Newton County Summer Youth Camp, sponsored by the Newton County Resource Council, the Jasper School District and the Newton County Extension Service will be held May 28-June 7, closed June 10-14, … more
HOT SPRINGS — Ouachita National Forest Supervisor Dan Olsen has issued updated Forest Prohibitions for the Ouachita National Forest. Forest Prohibitions are designed to control actions that … more
Attention Newton County residents • To obtain your 911 address please contact the Newton County addressing office at 870-446-2966 or come by Monday — Friday 8-4:30. The office is … more
The Newton County Senior Activity and Wellness Center has a garden bed at the Jasper Community Garden. The center is looking for senior volunteers to help weed, water and plant seed. If you would … more
For senior athlete Hannah Ashworth, of Parthenon, the reward of competing in track and field events at her age is just being able to participate. At the age of 82 she competed at the 2024 Arkansas … more
Clean-up day at the Deer Cemetery will be held Saturday, May 18, beginning at 8 a.m. Volunteers should bring their own tools. Work will include clearing graves of old flowers and other items. They … more
The Jasper City Council will meet in regular session at 6 p.m., Thursday, May 16, at City Hall. The agenda lists: Citizen Commentary - George Fowler, building ordinance Unfinished business: LLEBG … more
‘Panda-monium’ Who would opt for a holiday visit to China? It’s not exactly among the world’s more glamorous holiday destinations. But if you love pandas it’s where … more
BENTON – The Central Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy (CALETA) hosted their Basic Police Training Class 2024-A Graduation ceremony on Friday, May 3, 2024, at the Saline County Career … more
Buffalo National River recently completed a water restoration project at Erbie Campground. This means that there will now be two flush restrooms available in addition to drinking water spigots for … more
Arkansas state and local enforcement officers are joining the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in urging drivers to buckle up ahead of … more
CONWAY — Mary Beth Groce and Joy West took two very different paths to wind up as award-winning family and consumer science agents for the Cooperative Extension Service. West of Jackson County … more
WASHINGTON — In response to President Biden’s Executive Order 14081, “Advancing Biotechnology and Biomanufacturing Innovation for a Sustainable, Safe, and Secure American … more
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced approximately $22.3 million available to community-based and nonprofit organizations, institutions of higher education, and … more
FAYETTEVILLE — Last year’s closure of chicken processing plants in North Little Rock and Van Buren sparked a few questions in economist Jada Thompson’s mind. “One of the … more
HOPE — Artificial insemination is a powerful tool that cattle producers can use to improve efficiency and profitability in their herds. Charles Looney, extension professor of cattle improvement … more
FAYETTEVILLE – A Camden man was sentenced today to 200 months in prison followed by five years of supervised release on one count of Possession with Intent to Distribute More than 50 Grams of … more
Nicole M. Decker, 42, of Blue eye, Missouri, was fatally injured when the motorcycle she was operating crashed Thursday afternoon in Carroll County, according to Arkansas State Police. The crash … more
LITTLE ROCK – Attorney General Tim Griffin issued the following statement announcing Arkansas will receive $104,246.46 as part of a $10.25 million, 50-jurisdiction settlement with AT&T, … more
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