The Texarkana Arts and Historic District committee has commissioned local artist Arthur Pletcher to update the Scott Joplin mural in downtown Texarkana located on the Norton & Wood Law Firm building facing the Perot Theatre and 3rd Street on the Texas side.
Summer has arrived and the vacation season is in full swing all across the country. Did you know that your vacation destination doesn't have to be far from home? Some of my favorite vacation spots are right here in the natural state of Arkansas. The place I'm talking about is Queen Wilhelmina State Park Lodge and it re-opens on July 1.
Congratulations to Harm Gibson of Dierks, Ark., winner of $100,000 from the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery. The lucky winner was a $100,000 Extra Pay $5 game ticket purchased at an EZ Mart store in Dierks.
An age progression photo created by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children shows what Morgan Nick might look like today, two decades after her abduction from a Little League baseball field in Alma, Ark. And for the first time ever, the two children who were with Morgan that day speak out in a new video produced by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. It’s all part of a nationwide effort to highlight long-term missing cases.
Southern Sportsmen Foundation, Ash Grove and Arkansas Game and Fish Commission present Outdoor Extravaganza. An outdoor event for kids of all ages will be held this Saturday, June 6, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Ash Grove Park in Foreman, Ark.
A fourth suspect was arrested on Sunday and charged with third degree felony theft of livestock after helping three other suspects steal 12 head of penned yearling cattle from a Harrison County ranch on Sept. 30, 2014. All four suspects are now under indictment as of April 30 and were arrested on various dates.
With the severe weather season here, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) just launched a new feature to its free app to enable users to receive weather alerts from the National Weather Service for up to five locations across the nation.
Could a herd of cattle pose a health problem for Americans? According to a new study that will be published in next month's issue of Environmental Health Perspectives, DNA antibiotic-resistant bacteria found in American cattle yards has become airborne and could potentially threaten humans and disrupt treatment of other life-threatening infections and diseases.
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