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LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Department of Agriculture has reported that 27,803 feral hogs have been removed from the state of Arkansas since January 2020 by members of the Arkansas Feral Hog … more
Dear Dave, I’ve been seeing lots of ads lately for debt consolidation companies, debt settlement companies and the HELOC. Are any of these methods for reducing debt a good idea? … more
The Latest on the Russia-Ukraine crisis: —— VIENNA — Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer says his country has summoned the Russian ambassador to protest Moscow’s breach of Ukraine’s … more
The Latest on the Russia-Ukraine crisis (all times local): ___ UNITED NATIONS — The U.N. political chief has opened an emergency meeting of the Security Council, calling Russia’s … more
Soccer begins...Benefit Soccer games with the Lady Goblins and the Goblins taking on the Bombers of Mt. Home Monday evening at F.S. Garrison Stadium. more
Attorneys for eight of the 19 Austin, Texas, police officers facing indictments stemming from tactics used during the 2020 protests over racial injustice said Monday they have yet to receive the … more
St. Louis Post-Dispatch. February 17, 2022. Editorial: Prosecutor should have said what Missouri already knew: There was no hacking. It was outrageous enough that Missouri Gov. Mike Parson … more
The new U.S. Census Bureau director said Monday that he is listening to the concerns of data users and policymakers, and the agency is making permanent community outreach efforts, in an effort to … more
12:08 a.m. – A woman called to report she and her husband had been in an altercation, but he was refusing to give her the keys to a vehicle so she could leave. An officer said the disturbance … more
1:31 a.m. – A caller reported a vehicle parked outside an abandoned residence on West Rogers with people walking around in the area. An officer on a traffic stop a few minutes later said the … more
3:27 a.m. – A caller reported a suspicious vehicle driving up and down North Spruce. An officer made contact with the occupants, who said they were out looking for a lost dog. 5:58 a.m. … more
Average daily COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are continuing to fall in the U.S., an indicator that the omicron variant’s hold is weakening across the country. Total confirmed cases … more
Tom Holland might be without his Spider-Man suit in “Uncharted,” but his latest action-adventure is still doing good business at the North American box office. The video game adaptation … more
Conservative takeovers of local school boards have already altered lessons on race and social injustice in many classrooms. Now some districts are finding their broader efforts on diversity, equity … more
The Northwest Arkansas Extension Homemakers Quilt Workshop 2022 has been announced with sessions scheduled each Thursday beginning Feb. 24 through March 31 at the Northwest Arkansas District … more
North Arkansas College (Northark) Arts has partnered with the Eureka Springs School of the Arts (ESSA) to present two workshops this March. Students will earn two college credits for completing each … more
HOT SPRINGS — Some area schools showed the prowess with a bow at regional competition and are now heading for state tournaments. Eighty-eight teams of students ranging from fourth graders … more
Airport manager Judy McCutcheon told the Boone County Regional Airport Board of Directors Tuesday about the FAA infrastructure funding that could build a new airport terminal. “I spoke to … more
An activity that wood cutters in the Ozarks have been doing forever is now a popular indoor sport for individuals, couples and groups —  axe throwing. The Hagood and King families opened … more
Feb. 12-18, 2022 From Ukrainian Army soldiers gathering to celebrate a Day of Unity in Odessa, Ukraine, as Russian President Vladimir Putin and world leaders discuss averting a war between Russia … more
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