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Arkansas public and private schools (pre-K through 12th grade) can apply now until Oct. 1 for Cox Charities Education Grants worth up to $2,500. Successful grant applications will seek to enhance … more
During its first three decades, the Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences and the Arts has provided students from across the state an opportunity to live in a community of learning at a public, … more
We’ve been learning about doing our best and not letting failures define us. Everyone makes mistakes. The key is to get up and try again. We’ve talked about having a positive attitude and … more
Suzanne Underwood Rhodes, the new laureate for the state, announced the winners of the “Yum’s the Word (Because Words Are Delicious)” poetry contest that she initiated as her first … more
Last week we learned about having a positive attitude and doing our very best. But sometimes mistakes happen and we fail. Author Jon Gordon says, “Failure is not meant to define you. It’s … more
Southern New Hampshire congratulates the following students have made the President’s list: Amber Blewett of HarrisonJames Winget of Harrison K.C. Parker of Alpena Carol Lester of Flippin … more
he Jasper Alumni School Reunion will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7 at the Jasper cafeteria. For more information, contact Helen Reynolds at 870-446-2727. The Jasper High School Class of 1967 will … more
Helping families get connected to broadband during the pandemic. If you need to talk to someone about your eligibility or application status, call the ACP Support Center at (877) 384-2575.The … more
Welcome back to school. I hope you had a fun summer full of adventures. Now it’s time to focus on the fun and the adventures we can have while we are learning. It all starts with your attitude. … more
The Arkansas Arts Council is accepting nominations for the 2023 Governor’s Arts Awards. The deadline to nominate a recipient is Friday, Sept. 9.The annual awards program recognizes individuals, … more
More than 50 K-12 education professionals from around Arkansas registered for the 2022 Arkansas Tech University High School Counselor Workshop, which took place at ATU's Williamson Hall in … more
The Harrison Trap Team will get an equipment upgrade thanks to a $2,500 grant from the Arvest Foundation.Scott Tennyson, community bank president for Arvest Bank in Harrison, recently made a check … more
Jostens, the leading producer of yearbooks and student-created content, has announced that Alpena School District’s yearbook program has achieved the Jostens 2021 National Yearbook Program of … more
Sixteen students will represent Arkansas Tech University on its 2022-23 Golden Girls dance team. The ATU Golden Girls perform at home football, volleyball and basketball games. They also appear at a … more
The Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, or FCCLA, members of Harrison participated in district and state STAR (Students Taking Action with Recognition) competitions and advanced all the … more
Individuals who will graduate from high school in 2023 are invited to apply for the University Honors program at Arkansas Tech University.According to the ATU catalog, the University Honors program … more
As the new school year starts, Congressman Womack encourages all Third District middle and high school students to participate in the Congressional App ChallengeAs many Arkansans begin a new school … more
Hunter Education is mandatory for anyone born after 1968 to legally hunt in Arkansas. Arkansas certification is honored in all other states requiring Hunter Education courses. The class is open to … more
The Harrison Art League announced the winners of the Small Works on Paper art contest. Candace Snow took 1st place with “Lost Innocence” and Terena Terry took 2nd place for her work … more
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