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March 06, 2015
Camden News

Snow day... again

CAMDENSnow day... again An employee of the Public Works Department works to clear snow from a street in downtown Camden. The city and surrounding areas in Ouachita County were blanketed once again with snow after ...

Murder suspect attends his first hearing

CAMDENThe second suspect for a 2014 murder in Camden made his first appearance in court on Wednesday. Eric Thrower, 26, 1412 Scotia St., Camden, is being charged with capital murder for his alleged involvement in ...

UA knows rematch will be tougher

CAMDENFAYETTEVILLE - Discard their respective 77-43 and 84-67 bruisings at nationally No. 1 unbeaten and already 2015 SEC champion Kentucky, and the South Carolina Gamecocks and Arkansas Razorbacks are two teams on a roll rolling ...

Snow day... again

Snow day... again An employee of the Public Works Department works to clear snow from a street in downtown Camden. The city and surrounding areas in Ouachita County were blanketed once again with snow after another round of wintry weather on Wednesday and early Thursday morning. Schools were closed throughout the county, and many businesses opened later in the day..

Tsarnaev goes on trial in marathon bombing

BOSTON (AP) — His life on the line, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev went on trial today in the Boston Marathon bombing, with prosecutors saying he used a backpack to plant a bomb designed to “tear people apart and create a bloody spectacle.”

UA knows rematch will be tougher

FAYETTEVILLE - Discard their respective 77-43 and 84-67 bruisings at nationally No. 1 unbeaten and already 2015 SEC champion Kentucky, and the South Carolina Gamecocks and Arkansas Razorbacks are two teams on a roll rolling into their SEC rematch tonight in Columbia, S.C. since their Feb. 3 meeting in Fayetteville. Coach Frank Martin’s Gamecocks, 14-14 overall and 5-11 in the SEC, and Coach Mike Anderson’s nationally No. 18 Razorbacks, 23-6, and 12-4 second in the ...

Fulton did a lot in a short time

By Ken Bridges S.A. Historical Foundation William S. Fulton accomplished much for Arkansas in his short life. He served as the fourth territorial governor and the first U. S. Senator. Through Fulton’s leadership, he made the difficult transition from territory to state and from economic ruin to recovery possible. Fulton was born in June 1795 in Cecil County, Maryland. His father was an Irish immigrant, and his mother from an old, wealthy Maryland family. A ...

Religious reflections for 2-27

Joys of Being A Grandparent By Richard Merritt I didn’t do too well as a young father. My wife, Marvanna, kept the kids, changed the diapers and got them ready for church. I always had something else to do. Sunday mornings were particularly hectic. I went to the church early for a last run through the sermon and prayer for the service.