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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
Happy New Year from Capps. It's beginning to feel more like winter with cooler weather, rain and the "Glory Cloud " settling in over Gaither Mountain. We can't report on grass growing this time of year so I thought I'd do a little reflecting on things. (I turned 60 this year so I'm officially in the second half.) As I've talked to locals and those who have grown up in or lived in the Capps area, (not transplants like us) I've realized they had something that is lacking in so many people's lives today, which is community. In simpler times, an area may have had a church or two, a little store and maybe a post office if they were lucky, and everything revolved around the community. Folks didn't travel long distances because family, vocation and various amusements and diversions were often centered around their locales. It was and is a precious commodity and worth guarding and preserving. I've seen it demonstrated in the Capps area since we've been here and it makes me not ever want to live anywhere else. Becoming a part of the community is not automatic, however, it requires intentionality and oftentimes effort. Sometimes we have to be vulnerable and express our needs and shortcomings to others so they can help. On the other side of that coin, we must make ourselves available and ready to help when the opportunity arises. Loving God and loving our neighbor, who just might be that person right next door. Happy New Year and God bless you, Doug more
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will host the 2024 Arkansas Big Squirrel Challenge Friday, Jan. 12 and Saturday, Jan. 13, 2024. The statewide competition is open to everyone with no fees or registration required. more
Enjoy New Year’s Eve at the American Legion Post 340 Lead Hill from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. The whole family is welcome. There’s live music with Eddie Moon, and appetizers, party favors, and games to play! You can bring snacks and it’s BYOB. Single, $6; couple, $10 and young children are free. Check out Facebook for details more
Many cats and dogs have spent time at the Ozark Humane Society before going home with a loving family. Some are picked up as strays, others are left there when owners cannot take care of them. Often, it is a matter of unwanted litters born to cats and dogs that have not been spayed or neutered, leaving several animals without homes. The Ozark Humane Society takes in as many of these animals as the facility can hold, feeding and caring for them until they are adopted. more
The Lyric Theater, Ozark Art Council, and the Theatre Company of the Ozarks will be performing “Radium Girls” Jan. 25-28, 2024. more
Wilson Combat is the latest business to announce its support of the Berryville Library Building Project. Cameron Ankele, COO of Wilson Combat, presented library director Julie Hall with a check for $10,000. more
The University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture and the National Agricultural Law Center are facilitating three webinars, held in late 2023 and early 2024, as part of the Plan. Produce. Profit. Webinar participants will learn how to operate under the Arkansas Food Freedom Act for selling homemade food items to the public. Funding for these webinars is provided by the Arkansas Department of Agriculture through the USDA Specialty Crop Producers Program. more
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