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PINE BLUFF — Applications are now being accepted for AgDiscovery, a residential career and science exploration program for teens, Dr. Christopher C. Mathis Jr., AgDiscovery program director, said. more
Dave Pratt, an authority on sustainable agriculture and profitable ranching, has been named the 2024 King Visiting Scholar by the Department of Animal Science in U of A's Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences. more
RUSSELLVILLE — Arkansas Tech University benefactor Jimmy Ferguson will provide the spring 2024 ATU School of Business Distinguished Lecture Series address. more
Bradford pear trees have exploded in a flurry of white flowers this week. The pretty (and notoriously foul smelling) trees can be seen blooming along the highways, outside of businesses and in yards throughout the area this time of year. The appearance of their blooms is a sure sign of early spring in Arkansas. While the plentiful flowers are visually stunning, the trees are unwelcome in many ways. more
Daniel Caudle, 36, and Misty Berdine, 33, both of Omaha, pleaded guilty to Medicaid Fraud this week. Medicaid Fraud is a Class A misdemeanor. The pair were discovered claiming Medicaid payments for providing care to their son when he was not in their custody.  more
CONWAY — The University of Central Arkansas conferred nearly 500 undergraduate and more than 180 graduate degrees and certificates through the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; College of Business; College of Education; College of Health and Behavioral Sciences; College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics; and Graduate School. more
BENTONVILLE — Walmart and VIZIO recently announced they have entered into an agreement for Walmart to acquire VIZIO for $11.50 per share in cash, equating to a fully diluted equity value of approximately $2.3 billion. more
FAYETTEVILLE — Chelsea Rush Thompson, APRN, recently joined Washington Regional Senior Health Clinic, part of the Pat Walker Center for Seniors, which provides primary care services for geriatric patients. more
Taylor Swift has not announced an endorsement in the 2024 presidential race, but the influential pop superstar is encouraging people to get out and vote. Swift reminded her vast army of followers … more
Election 2024 Sanders (COPY:V0457) <<CAT:Government and Politics>> Election 2024 Sanders-Sanders apa362477-Actuality--LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -( Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, R- … more
Trillions of gallons are lost from aging drinking water systems across the U.S. after decades of deferred maintenance and disinvestment. Some communities struggle to provide safe and reliable … 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
EDITORS/NEWS DIRECTORS: Communities across the country are losing trillions of gallons of treated drinking water from distribution systems sometimes more than a century old. The problem is … more
ASP’s Criminal Investigation Division is investigating an officer-involved shooting fatality that occurred Friday, March 1, 2024, in Eureka Springs. 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
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
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