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Fast Facts: National Public Health Week celebrates importance of public health, public health professionals, contributions Themes of the week include civic engagement, healthy neighborhoods, … more
PINE BLUFF — The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO) requested ASP’s Criminal Investigation Division (CID) investigate a shooting incident that took place on Sunday, March 31, … more
Last week the East Newton County Water Association was placed on a boil water order by the Arkansas Department of Health. The order continues and involves only the Mt. Judea area along state Highway … more
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is launching a national high-visibility enforcement effort, April 1-8, 2024, to deter distracted … more
The annual Newton County Clean-Up is being held during the month of April. This year, abandoned automobiles will be picked up free of charge. This project of the Newton County Beautification … more
Jasper School's tornado safe room is open to the public during the event that a TORNADO WARNING is issued for Jasper AND the 911 Dispatch Center activates the City tornado siren. If the siren is … more
A petition signing event to gather names for the For AR Kids group and AR Citizens for Transparency group will be held from noon to 4 p.m.. Sunday, April 21, at the Newton County Library. The drive … more
This month's fish fry at the Newton County Senior Activity and Wellness Center in Jasper is this Friday, April, 5, from 2-5 p.m. Drive through or dine in. Your choice of either hand breaded fried … more
Seventh grade, all A, Blake Berkley, Madelyn Connell, Sarah Flud, Bentlee Freeman, Westin Knapp, Rylan Vines; A/B, Myla Anderson, Skipper Bright, Ryder Campbell, Havannah Greenhaw, RaeLynn … more
Third grade, all A, Colton Tramell, Jacob Shatswell, Jaiden Sims, Jimmy Morrison, Luke Smith, McKenna Smith,
Tilton Campbell; A/B, Ava Middleton, Ava Sisco, Aztin Dillon, Braxton Garner, Hunter … more
An exciting event in the sky is poised to make waves on the ground in Arkansas in just a few short days. You may have already heard about the upcoming total solar eclipse that will cross North … more
Former sheriff deputy arrested on sexual assault and child porn charges Arkansas State Police (ASP) arrested a Gosnell man on Wednesday, March 27, charging him with First-Degree Sexual Assault … more
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Department of Agriculture is pleased to announce the addition of Arkansas Agritourism to the multi-platform website that currently includes the Arkansas Grown and … more
LITTLE ROCK — While overall intended crop acreage fell just 2.5 percent in Arkansas in 2024 to about 7 million acres, some crops saw significant shifts in acreage, according to a U.S. … more
PARIS — Arkansas bear hunters harvested 765 bears during the 2023 hunting season, topping the record by a margin of 100 bears, according to a presentation given by Myron Means at the Arkansas … more
The Arkansas Public Service Commission announces that April has been designated as “National Safe Digging Month.” Accordingly, Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders issued a proclamation on … more
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Department of Agriculture’s Forestry Division and the University of Arkansas at Monticello (UAM) are pleased to announce that applications for the Foresters for … more
LITTLE ROCK –Arkansans who own a home or a business are becoming more aware that the cost of insurance coverage is going up significantly. Legislators are looking for ways to bring the cost … more
FAYETTEVILLE — Rice is showing potential to play a more prominent role in beer brewing, and it helps that Arkansas produces a lot of it. Arkansas grows about half of the rice in the United … more
OMAHA, Neb. — U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that USDA is investing $124 million in renewable energy and fertilizer production projects in 44 states to … more
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