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Craig Weisenbach, a construction foreman for Clay County electric, speaks to Black River Technical College students recently at its Career and Technical Center (CTC). Students learned about ho… Read more

Pat and Whitney Malone, owners of NEA Tennis, recently hosted a tennis tournament to benefit the HUB and the new supportive housing facility for the city of Jonesboro. The event raised $1,000.… Read more

Shane Baldwin, superintendent of Thompson Construction in Osceola, recently volunteered to repair a wheelchair for a Jonesboro resident. The chair was originally built so the disabled veteran … Read more

JONESBORO — New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine at Arkansas State University is now accepting applications for its Project H.E.A.R.T. (Health Education Advocacy Re… Read more

JONESBORO — Arkansas State University recently released the list of students graduating for the fall 2020 semester. students from Mississippi and Poinsett counties who earned bachelor's degree… Read more

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BROOKLAND — Helena Garcia homered twice in the first game and Keirstin Hammett belted two home runs in the second to lead Brookland to a doubleheader sweep of Westside in 4A-3 softball Friday. Read more

SEARCY — Jonesboro scored twice in the second half Friday night to defeat Searcy 2-0 and extend its winning streak to six games in boys’ soccer. Read more

JONESBORO — Facing a two-run deficit in the ninth inning, Arkansas State had the winning run at the plate and nobody out, but could not complete the rally, falling to Texas-Arlington 7-5 Frida… Read more

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I read the newspaper on a daily basis. Over the past few years there have been countless articles written in the newspaper from readers and a doctor about Jonesboro getting 5G wireless. Everyone talks and complains about how this is bad for our bodies.