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It's summer squash season, so it's the perfect time to savor the harvest! There is nothing like fresh squash hot off the grill or stove top. There are many fabulous ways to enjoy squash, whether it … more
The Buffalo River Elk Festival will return to Jasper’s historic downtown square on Friday and Saturday, June 24-25, 2022.The Buffalo River Elk Festival will offer entertainment, local art and … more
Farmers Market on the square in Jasper, Tuesday, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and Friday 12 p.m.- 4 p.m. Attention Newton County residents! To obtain your 911 address please contact the Newton County addressing … more
A fish fry is coming Friday at the Newton County Senior Activity and Wellness Center in Jasper from noon-6 p.m. Hand breaded fried fish or chicken strips, coleslaw, pinto beans, hushpuppies and … more
Jasper School District Superintendent Dr. Candra Brasel announced Monday that the regular monthly meeting of the board of education has been rescheduled for 5 p.m., Wednesday, June 22, at the Jasper … more
The Ozark Mountain Solid Waste District might be in line to rid itself of a landfill.The district board bought the old RLS landfill near the tiny community of Three Brothers in northern Baxter County … more
MT. JUDEA — The Deer/Mt. Judea School District Board of Education reorganized itself when it met in regular monthly session Monday night, June 13. The reorganization comes after the annual … more
JASPER — Members of the Newton County Health Improvement initiative met June 9 and received information concerning the county's 2022 Arkansas Health Ranking.Mary Eakin, HHI coordinator for the … more
MT. JUDEA — Superintendent Brenda Napier said the current enrollment at Deer/Mt. Judea schools stands at 372 students. That number has been standing steady for a while, but what is concerning … more
MT. JUDEA —Yolanda Martin, a former business teacher at Mt. Judea, is returning to teach the subject again at the school next school year. She was hired to fill the vacancy at Monday nigh, June … 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
McAllen, Texas, woke up this week.After 150-some years of electing only Democrats, a predominantly Latino congressional district in the Rio Grande Valley shocked the Democrat Party and the liberal … more
Last weekend, Buffalo National River worked closely with volunteers and partner organizations to host a series of events exploring artistic endeavors inspired by the park and its 50th anniversary. … more
Twenty-one Arkansas State Police Recruits received their trooper commissions tonight during a graduation ceremony in the rotunda of the state capitol. The graduates were among an initial field of 227 … more
Fast facts: Field hearing to be held at Arkansas State University Hearing will also be livestreamed RSVPs encouraged With the 2023 Farm Bill in the works, Arkansans involved in agriculture are … more
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) announce the renewal of a … more
DALLAS, TEXAS — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Assistant Administrator for Water Radhika Fox, joined by Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig, announced $60 million over the next … more
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
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