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The Sugar Load Waste Water District will meet Monday, Jan. 15 at 6 p.m. in the new city hall, located in the old Arvest building. The public is invited to attend. more
The University of Arkansas is offering a new online master’s degree this spring in Environmental Resiliency built upon graduate microcertificates and certificates developed in response to a broad demand for these skills in the workforce. more
Greetings from Capps and Happy New Year. It started cold and we're praying for some wet to follow, December was quite a dry month in comparison to past years with under 2 inches of precipitation. With lots of tall, dry grass and leaves, the fire danger is elevated as well. That's a nice segue to the busy week the Capps Batavia Fire Department had last week, responding to 2 structure fires back to back. The first one, as reported in Wednesday's edition of the Times, was Monday evening at the corner of Creel Road and Highway 392. Harrison Fire assisted but the uninhabited home was a total loss. Late Tuesday night, we were paged out to a structure fire on Fox Run Road, just outside Capps. Although there was significant damage to the kitchen area, the remainder of the top level of the home fared pretty well. The increased use of wood burning stoves and space heaters greatly increases chances for fires if not used properly. Carbon monoxide poisoning from faulty furnaces can also lead to sickness or death if not serviced and checked regularly. Up to date smoke alarms and a good ABC fire extinguisher are a must also. I like to keep an extinguisher in my animal barn as well. If nothing else, their use in emergencies can buy needed time to escape or evacuate a structure until help arrives. On a lighter note, school is back in session so be aware of children and busses along Highway 392 and feeder roads in the Capps area. Thanks to everyone who is praying for my wife, Jennifer, whose health has slowly continued to improve. She is looking forward to be able to spend time with our farm animals as she gets stronger each day, especially the babies when they come. Blessings, Doug more
Well, look at us, Happy New Year, and  soon have a new and maybe another gas station.  They say more information coming very soon. more
2023 was a hard year, I wiped my own tears and with the help of god I survived. Please 2024, be good to me, my family and friends. more
We want to wish everyone a Happy and Healthy New Year! more
The Arkansas Living Treasure program annually recognizes, honors and celebrates masters of traditional crafts and/or folk arts in Arkansas with the goal of highlighting and preserving Arkansas's unique heritage, identity, culture and history. Nationwide traditional crafts and folk arts are fading away, but this award helps spotlight the significance of creatives working in this field while also perpetuating and sustaining craft and folk traditions in Arkansas. more
Richard and Betty Neal were married Jan. 19, 1974, at Omaha. The will celebrate the milestone anniversary at the Berryville Community Center from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20. more
Kyle Evatt, the Region 2 Prevention Provider with the North Arkansas Partnership for Health Education (NAPHE) provided items promoting the Veteran Crisis Line to Camp Jack. more
With the goal of inspiring local high school students to become future students at Arkansas State University, the Department of Communication within the College of Liberal Arts and Communication will host a Communication Day from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 2. more
Hello Art Friends, the Northark Painting class has moved to daytime for spring semester. The class will be offered Monday and Wednesday from 2:30 - 3:45 p.m., and instructors will work it out to be available till 5 p.m. on one of the days so students can attend one longer class, instead of the two shorter classes. There is a virtual option for attending the class and students over 60 receive a tuition waiver. There is a choice to take the class as a non-degree seeking student. Taking the class can be a fun way to make art in community and further individual skills. If you have any questions, or need help signing up, email cdollard@northark.edu . Let's build art in the community! more
Arkansas State University’s annual Agribusiness Conference, now in its 30th year, continues to provide timely information and agricultural policy education to farmers, agribusiness professionals, students and educators across the Mid-South. more
The Arkansas Department of Agriculture (Department) is accepting applications for the Arkansas Farm to School Institute (Institute) until March 1. The Department’s Farm to School and Early Childhood Education Program will select up to 15 schools to participate in the program for the 2024-2025 school year. more
Murl and Beverly Bryant of Mt. Judea will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary from 2 to 4 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 20, at the White Barn Near the Buffalo, located at 301 NC 3850 in Hasty. Beverly is … more
CBCO will host a blood drive from 12 to 6 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 4, at North Arkansas Regional Medical Center. The Bloodmobile will be in the parking lot and donors will receive a free hoodie while supplies last. more
Black Hills Energy crews will be working with excavators in the Southern Hills neighborhood to replace residential gas lines. Work began on Southgate Drive Wednesday, Dec. 27, and will continue for several weeks. more
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