CAMDENDr. Regina Lewis will address the issue of poverty as the guest speaker at the “Bridges Out of Poverty” seminar being hosted by the HUB and community leaders on Nov. 3.
CAMDENVolunteers from the AR Health Department, Camden Police Department, First Assembly of God, and Lockheed Martin pose with kids who participated in Saturday’s bike event. The purpose is to reduce obesity in children by encouraging ...
CAMDENThe Ouachita County Habitat for Humanity will host a “BLITZ Build” for its newest build beginning at 8 a.m. Friday.
CAMDENTyler Turner, 24, breaks up a DeQueen pass play Friday night as Tim Crumpler, 34, has the 'juts in-case' angle on the Leopard's receiver. The Cardinals were physical on defense throughout the game and drew ...
Volunteers from the AR Health Department, Camden Police Department, First Assembly of God, and Lockheed Martin pose with kids who participated in Saturday’s bike event. The purpose is to reduce obesity in children by encouraging them to get out and move. There was also a drawing for a free bike for those who participated.
Years of losses have left Democrats at historic lows in state legislatures. But now they’re seeking to wrest control of as many as a dozen chambers from Republicans, a key step in gaining more influence in redistricting.
Spelling Arkansas sophomore running back Rawleigh Williams during Williams SEC Offensive Player of the Week performance, freshman Devwah Whaley also ran well last Saturday during the Razorbacks’ 34-30 SEC West victory over Ole Miss.
Republican U.S. Sen. John Boozman is known as a soft-spoken man given more to quietly sharing jokes about his days as a Razorbacks football player than memorable stem winders or full-throated, rallying speeches. All that changed when Boozman was asked about the Republican presidential nominee's boasts about groping and kissing women without their consent.