Getting out the vote Former Representative and educator Robert White speaks to attendees of the Non-Partisan Voters Registration and Mobilization Breakfast at Zion Hill Baptist Church on Saturday.
Suspect turns himself in after reportedly shooting clerk A suspect is in custody after allegedly robbing the Dollar General in Bearden. Two clerks were hospitalized as a result of the robbery, with one suffering a gunshot wound to the head. by Bradly Gill
Lady Cardinals overcome slow start to beat Crossett The Camden Fairview Lady Cardinals are back at .500 on the season and most importantly conference play after defeating Crossett, 41-32. by Patric Flannigan, Sports editor
Weekly Influenza Report, Jan. 16 During flu season, the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) produces a Weekly Influenza Report for clinicians. The report provides information on flu activity in the state. The report also compares influenzalike-illness (ILI) in Arkansas to activity in the U.S.
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Bearden robbery suspect receives $1M bond Kobe Juwan Miller — the suspect accused of robbing a Dollar General in Bearden — had his first appearance in court today in front of Judge Hamilton Singleton. by Bradly Gill
All Greek Founders Day Celebration Representatives from seven of the nine intercollegiate black Greek letter organizations pose for a photo during the All Founders Day Celebration held at SAU Tech on Monday.
Kentucky loss humbling for hungry Razorback fans Arkansas Razorback fans had high hopes when the Kentucky Wildcats came into Bud Walton on Saturday. Given how great the atmosphere looked on television, I can only imagine how great it would’ve been to experience that in person. Sadly though, the
LCG off to solid start in 2020 The Lady Cardinal Gymnastics team looks poised to defend its state title with new faces. LCG also recently defeated Monticello during the dual meet. by Patric Flannigan, Sports editor