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A lawsuit over a Virginia prison inmate's death has raised broader questions about conditions at the lockup and newly obtained records are providing further insights. The Marion Correctional … more
Internet-enabled phones can play a unique role in sub-Saharan Africa, where infrastructure and public services are among the world’s least developed. But despite growing mobile internet coverage on … more
Disneyland performers who help bring Mickey Mouse, Cinderella and other beloved characters to life have chosen to unionize following a three-day vote. The Actors’ Equity Association labor union … more
President Joe Biden is delivering the commencement address at Morehouse College, the historically Black, male-only institution in Atlanta. The speech on Sunday offers Biden an election-year … more
Elon Musk has arrived in Indonesia’s resort island of Bali to launch Starlink satellite internet service in the world’s largest archipelago nation. The billionaire head of Tesla and SpaceX and … more
Alice Stewart, a CNN political commentator and veteran political adviser who worked on a number of GOP presidential campaigns, has died at age 58. That's according to the news network. Police said … more
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is providing a $100,000 annual sponsorship to each Aces player for this season and 2025. The sponsorship is higher than the earnings of six Aces … more
Georgia’s president has vetoed the so-called “Russian law” targeting media that has sparked weeks of mass protests. The law would require media and NGOs to register as “pursuing the interests … more
CAMP ORR — The Boy Scouts of America changed its name last February to Scouting America. This change reflects the organization’s ongoing commitment to welcoming every youth in America to experience the benefits of Scouting. The name change coincided with the organization's 115th birthday, Feb. 8. Other changes have also been announced, locally. Last November, the Quapaw Area Council and Westark Area Council merged to form The Natural State Council. Camp Orr, located within the boundaries of the Buffalo National River in Newton County is under the administration of the new council. more
French security forces have reported another death in armed clashes in the French Pacific territory of New Caledonia. The fatality Saturday was the sixth in a nearly a week of violent unrest wracking … more
Mali’s historic city of Djenné was once a center of Islamic learning, known for its sprawling mud-brick mosque that has been on the UNESCO World Heritage in Danger list since 2016. The Grand … more
For two hours this morning, Redeeming the Thyme Farmstand and Gifts here in Lead Hill, at Hwy 7 and 14, will have Lucas Madison (owner of Big Bob's Bait and Tackle) giving us his favorite tips for fishing the lake! He's fished and Won many tournaments and knows a thing or two about catching the big one. Be here at 10 am with a lawn chair, you're best bud, and a little spending money and make some fishing dreams come true! more
The 32nd annual Crawdad Days festival is underway at the Northwest Arkansas District Fairgrounds in Harrison. The annual festival includes a car show, live music, a carnival, petting zoo, lots of crawdads to eat, and more. more
The Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) produces a Weekly Viral Respiratory Diseases Report for clinicians. The report provides information on Influenza, COVID-19 and Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) activity in the state. The report also compares activities in Arkansas to the U.S. ADH receives reports of only a fraction of COVID-19 cases and flu cases since it only requires reports of flu hospitalizations, deaths, and outbreaks. RSV is not a reportable disease in Arkansas. Therefore, it is important to understand that the information in the weekly update is representative of the timing and location of activity, but it does not reflect the overall disease burden. It is presumed that there are many more people actually affected than the report shows. Clinicians and policymakers may find the report helpful in terms of communicating to colleagues and patients about the current status of viral respiratory diseases in the state and nationwide. more
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We have often shared with you how our government has broken their promises to care for our wounded veterans and ignored their pleas for help. We have also asked your support in assisting Camp Jack right this wrong. So far, our amazing family of volunteers and supporters have done an outstanding job. more
An informal group of citizens will be hosting petition signing opportunities for Arkansas’s November ballot initiatives on the Harrison square, by the gazebo, on Thursdays 2 p.m - 6 p.m. and on Saturdays 7 a.m.-Noon. more
The Harrison School Board held its regular monthly meeting Thursday, May 16, at the district’s administration building. more
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