JONESBORO — K12 Protection Solutions is planning on building a 40,000-square-foot training facility in Jonesboro next year to train law enforcement on active-shooter school scenarios, accordin… Read moreCompany looks to open training facility in Jonesboro
JONESBORO — The 2022 ESSA School Index scores and assigned letter grades (A-F) have been announced for the 2021-22 school year. When compared to the 2018-19 school year, which was the last sch… Read moreESSA School Index reports show impact of COVID
JONESBORO — Destinee Rogers described the first quarter of Arkansas State’s most recent game as the easiest job she’s had as a coach. Read moreScoring outburst no surprise to ASU's Rogers
JONESBORO — Tanner Darr scored 20 points to lead three Westside players in double figures as the Warriors opened 4A-3 conference play Monday with a 65-55 victory over Trumann in senior boys’ b… Read moreWarriors open conference play with victory
BATESVILLE — Manila built a 16-point halftime lead Monday night and went on to defeat Stuttgart 52-27 in the girls’ division of the Lyon College high school basketball tournament. Read moreLady Lions roll in Lyon College tournament
BROOKLAND — Brookland senior softball standout Taylor Reed signed a letter of intent Monday to play for Three Rivers (Mo.) College during the 2023-24 academic year. Read moreThree Rivers softball signs Brookland's Reed
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