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WASHINGTON — The Department of Veterans Affairs Health Administration launched three operational levels called VHA COVID-19 Health Protection Levels to provide a consistent, nationwide approach … more
WASHINGTON — As part of the Department of Veterans Affairs’ 10-year strategy to reduce Veteran suicide, VA invites innovators across the country to participate in Mission Daybreak — … more
SPRINGDALE – The Shiloh Museum of Ozark History will play host to a teachers workshop featuring educators with the Arkansas Humanities Council and the William J. Clinton Presidential Library on … more
Fast Facts: After establishing a stand of native grass, limit grazing pressure for the first couple of yearsEarly weed scouting is essential for establishment FAYETTEVILLE — So, … more
Fast Facts: Native grasses tend to have root systems better fit for using soil nutrientsBuilding up soil organic matter takes time, patience FAYETTEVILLE — As addressing climate change … more
Fast Facts: ExCEL program offers team building and leadership training for youth, college, non-profit and corporate groupsTaylor Knox began as ExCEL coordinator on May 1Arkansas Outdoor School … more
Aaron Cochrane, 41, of Jackson County, who most recently has been employed as a Bradford police officer, was arrested by Arkansas State Police and transported to the Jackson County jail in … more
Fast factsStudy showed a 16 percent success rate in rooting hardwood muscadine vinesCuttings taken in November were the most successfulHardwood propagation speeds up the breeding … more
The Arkansas Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Division will be accepting public comments on the recently updated Arkansas Nutrient Reduction Strategy (ANRS), a non-regulatory, … more
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is predicting potentially warmer, drier weather throughout the summer this year. Current predictive maps show a fair chance of warmer … more
Fast facts Three-year study on impact of late planting dates in fall for strawberries in Arkansas Early fall planting date study began in 2021 and still under investigation Varieties in … more
The grunge look is back in vogue“With the world’s love for ’90s fashion at an all-time high since the decade itself, it’s no surprise that grunge has made a comeback,” … more
A boil water order was put into effect at 10:30 a.m., Friday, May 27, for the Parthenon Water Association for its customers on Gum Springs Road, Smith Mountain Road, Lone Beech Road and Murray Road. … more
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission today unanimously approved a package of regulations changes that included the adoption of a new waterfowl season structure, beginning with … more
Polk County authorities have requested the Arkansas State Police to investigate a shooting incident that occurred in Mena as sheriff’s deputies were about to enter a residence where a domestic … more
Eric Renard, 40, of Sherwood, has been arrested by Special Agents of the Arkansas State Police Criminal Investigation Division, Internet Crimes Against Children Section.Renard is charged with … more
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Department of Agriculture is pleased to announce that additional funding has been made available to assist with feral hog eradication efforts in Arkansas. Senator … more
The Newton County Extension Service is having a Pesticide Applicator Training course for those that need to apply or recertify for their restricted use pesticide license. This training is mandatory … more
The deadline for Arkansas Century Farm family applications is May 31st. As part of the Newton County 180th Anniversary Celebration we would like to see as many eligible applications as possible. To … more
Robert Roberson and Mark Rocha of American Legion Post 93 of Jasper joined other post members in placing flags last Saturday at Sandhill Cemetery where several Confederate and Union veterans rest … more
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