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Republican Steve Womack faces a challenge from the right in the Arkansas primary from a state lawmaker trying to portray the congressman as not conservative enough. Womack is running against state … more
March is Red Cross Month and sites across the Ozarks will play host to donation opportunities.  more
Judge Gordon Webb, retired Fourteenth Judicial District Judge and long-time former prosecuting attorney, has been selected to receive the 2024 Boy Scouts of America Heart of the Eagle Award. more
MOUNTAIN HOME — After unanimous votes by both the Fulton County Quorum Court on Tuesday, Feb. 20, and the Baxter Health System Board of Directors on Wednesday, Feb. 28, Fulton County Hospital has reached a long-term agreement to become part of the Baxter Health System. Baxter Health will continue to manage Fulton County Hospital for the remainder of 2024 under the current management agreement and will execute the long-term lease by Jan. 1, 2025. more
The State of Healthcare Breakfast, hosted by the Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce and North Arkansas Regional Medical Center; and presented by Home Helpers, was held on Thursday, Feb. 29. more
The number of flu-related deaths in Arkansas this season climbed to 69 this week, according to the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH). The report also notes that Arkansas reported 21 COVID-19-related deaths this week with a total of 705 deaths in 2023 and 105 since Jan. 1, 2024. more
Two races for the Arkansas Supreme Court could push a court that's been targeted by outside conservative groups even further to the right. Three sitting justices and a former state legislator are … more
EDITORS: NEWS DIRECTORS: NOT FOR BROADCAST, PUBLICATION OR USE ONLINE The Arkansas primary election is Tuesday, March 5. Poll close: 8:30 EST/ 7:30 CST First results expected: … more
President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump will compete for votes in Arkansas on Tuesday but not against each other. At least not yet. Both front-runners are already eyeing a rematch of … more
Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Thursday asked that Board of Corrections member Alonza Jiles resign his seat. The Arkansas Demorat-Gazette reports Sanders called for Jiles to step down from the … more
EDITORS: NEWS DIRECTORS: NOT FOR BROADCAST, PUBLICATION OR USE ONLINE The Arkansas primary election is Tuesday, March 5. Poll close: 8:30 EST/ 7:30 CST First results expected: … more
LITTLE ROCK — In 2023, the Arkansas Economic Development Commission (AEDC) certified 50 businesses as minority- and women-owned business enterprises through the Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) Certification Program. These 50 businesses bring the total number of Arkansas businesses that have received the MWBE certification to 335. more
LITTLE ROCK — This week, Arkansas Attorney General Tim Griffin announced the conviction of Pamela Townsend Bell, 59, of Judsonia on two counts of Medicaid Fraud, both Class C Felonies: more
LITTLE ROCK — When you’re planning your community garden this year, save space for some soybeans. They’re good for your health and your wallet. more
North Arkansas College’s annual Visiting Poet Series is excited to host Suzanne Underwood Rhodes, the Arkansas Poet Laureate, on March 5, 2024, in the South Campus library, located in the Learning Resource Center. more
CAMP ROBINSON, NORTH LITTLE ROCK — Federal, state, local, and private agencies recently participated in a tabletop exercise for the 2024 Great Northern American Solar Eclipse. more
RUSSELLVILLE — Ozark-St. Francis National Forests’ officials have announced the seasonal reopening of Blanchard Springs Caverns on March 1, 2024. Blanchard Springs Caverns is an Arkansas treasure and often considered the premier guided more
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration (DFA) sent cease and desist letters to two Daily Fantasy Sports operators that DFA believes to be offering unlicensed sports betting in violation of Amendment 100 to the Arkansas Constitution. more
LITTLE ROCK — Family Dollar Stores, a subsidiary of Dollar Tree Inc., pleaded guilty Monday to holding food, drugs, cosmetics and other items under “insanitary” conditions at a now-closed, rodent-infested distribution center in West Memphis, Arkansas, federal prosecutors said. more
Federal prosecutors say Family Dollar Stores has pleaded guilty to holding food, drugs, cosmetics and other items under “insanitary” conditions at a now-closed, rodent-infested distribution … more
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