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PLAINVIEW — The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is planting the seeds of success for future fish and waterfowl habitat at Nimrod Lake in Perry and Yell counties, and it’s using an … more
LITTLE ROCK — The 2024-25 hunting season will likely go down as a season of change for many Arkansas outdoorsmen and women. Although more than 130 regulations changed during the … more
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Office of Outdoor Recreation (OOR) hosted its first-ever booth at the Outdoor Retailer Summer Convention. This was the first time Arkansas had a branded booth at … more
LITTLE ROCK — Nearly 700 permits to participate in special deer hunts at Arkansas wildlife management areas will be available for purchase beginning 9 a.m. Monday, July 15. These permits cover … more
LITTLE ROCK – Anyone who has ever had their breath taken away after sitting in a car that’s been parked in the summer sun will tell you that even a momentary drop in oxygen can turn … more
RUSSELLVILLE — The Arkansas Tech University Department of Athletics is pleased to announce a partnership with industry-leading Mammoth Sports Construction on a strategic athletic facilities … more
This week, we came together to celebrate the land we call home. Unfortunately, a dark cloud of failed economic policies gloomed overhead for many friends and families as they gathered to enjoy the … more
On June 18, the lights of Major League Baseball dimmed upon the news of the death of the luminary Wilie Mays at the age of 93. Ken Griffey Jr. referred to him as “the godfather of all center fielders”, and Mays had the talent and accolades to back that up.  more
On June 18, the lights of Major League Baseball dimmed upon the news of the death of the luminary Wilie Mays at the age of 93. Ken Griffey Jr. referred to him as “the godfather of all center fielders”, and Mays had the talent and accolades to back that up.  more
There are two conferences in college athletics. more
There are two conferences in college athletics. more
FAYETTEVILLE—Arkansas' Dave Van Horn held media session on Wednesday to discuss various topics and put a wrap on the 44-16 season. more
FAYETTEVILLE—Arkansas' Dave Van Horn held media session on Wednesday to discuss various topics and put a wrap on the 44-16 season. more
HEBER SPRINGS — Trout anglers looking to beat the heat may want to add a little more precaution than usual to their catch-and-release regimen during summer, particularly on The Little Red … more
JASPER – The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission drew the names of 18 Arkansans on the stage of the Buffalo River Elk Festival Saturday to participate in this fall’s annual public land elk … more
LITTLE ROCK — The Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Center in Little Rock provided plenty of canvas space for a recently unveiled collection of murals. Work by Fayetteville artist Jason … more
LITTLE ROCK — Sales of canoes, kayaks and paddleboards have surged since 2020, with more Americans than ever taking to the water aboard a paddling craft. According to the U.S. Coast Guard, … more
SMACKOVER — Members of a coordinated response team were able to release just over a dozen turtles, frogs and other reptiles recovered from the recent oil spill near Smackover into the Ouachita … more
As July rolls around, so does National Parks and Recreation Month, a time to recognize the importance of parks and recreation in establishing and maintaining the well-being of communities. We invite … more
WASHINGTON – On July Fourth, the aroma of barbecue will fill the air as the festivities bring together family and friends to celebrate with quintessential American cooking pastimes: grilling … more
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