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EUREKA SPRINGS — The Arkansas State Police have ruled a Eureka Springs officer-involved shooting as justified, according to the Arkansas 19th Judicial District Prosecuting Attorney. On March 1, … more
The 2024 Jasper Info and Job Fair is coming to Bradley Park in Jasper, Friday, April 26, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Organizations and businesses will be on hand with information about their services and job … more
The Church in the Valley Campground Ministries, located 1.5 miles on Murray Road off state Highway 327 between Parthenon and Murray, is having Community Bible Study Friday, April 19 and Friday, 24, … more
Jasper Cemetery policies prohibit the placement of items on gravesites that impedes mowers and other equipment used to maintain cemetery grounds. Jasper Cemetery Board President Helen Reynolds said … more
The Compton Pond, located behind the volunteer fire station, will host a series of fishing derbies on Saturdays during May. Each derby will begin at 9 a.m. and end at 11 a.m. Come early to register. … more
Dr. Paul David Freed will present a Mighty Men® conference at Jasper Regional First Baptist Church, Friday and Saturday, May 17-18. The conference is for all men ages 12 and older. In the … more
The Arkansas Secretary of State is collecting franchise taxes for all companies registered with the State of Arkansas. Arkansas state law requires all Corporations, LLCs, Banks, and Insurance … more
The case file on the March 19 officer-involved shooting of Bryan Malinowski will be forwarded by Arkansas State Police’s Criminal Investigation Division (CID) to the 6th Judicial District … more
Two former Crawford County, Arkansas, sheriff’s deputies, Levi White, 34, and Zackary King, 28, pleaded guilty to federal civil rights offenses for using unlawful force on a man they arrested. … more
It's back! And just in time for spring cleaning. The Mt Judea community yard sale is scheduled for Saturday, May 4, from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., at the Mt. Judea School parking lot. more
The Newton County Library is hosting training classes for CPR, first aid and AED training led by Registered Nurse Tina James. The training will be held Saturday, April 27, at 10 a.m., at the library … more
The Newton County Senior Activity and Wellness Center in Jasper will be providing a trip to Harrison on April 25 to go bowling. The center will hold a fundraiser dinner and auction Monday, April 29, … more
Together with their families, Matthew McCutcheon and Jackie Daniel invite you to celebrate their wedding on Saturday, April 27 (2024), at 2 p.m. The ceremony will be held at the Parthenon community … more
LITTLE ROCK — Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the Arkansas Department of Human Services (DHS), and the Arkansas Department of Education (ADE) today announced that the state of Arkansas has … more
WEST HELENA – Arkansas State Police’s (ASP) Criminal Investigation Division (CID) is working to locate a Helena man for killing a teenager outside a party following Helena-West … more
LITTLE ROCK — As highly pathogenic avian influenza, commonly known as bird flu, is detected in cattle in a growing number of states, the Arkansas Department of Agriculture has issued an order … more
MARIANNA — The Cotton Research Station at Marianna may bear Lon Mann’s name, but the place belonged to Claude Kennedy. “He loved his station. It was personal for him,” said … more
FAYETTEVILLE — What happens next when a farmer is denied enrollment or benefits in a U.S. Department of Agriculture program? USDA offers an appeal process to farmers who receive a denial, known … more
Fast facts: Avian flu leads top egg producer to destroy 1M+ birds Thompson: 2024 situation is different from 2023 FAYETTEVILLE — As avian influenza cases rise, will consumers be … more
Fast facts: NE Arkansas farmers nearly done planting Good fall weather gave farmers a leg up on field prep STUTTGART — About half of Arkansas’ expected 1.45 million acres of … more
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