Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has appointed Graycen Bigger, Black River Technical College Foundation Board Member, to the Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
Even in adversity, great minds cannot be suppressed. Charles Thompson, an architect from the early 1900s, was an example of such a man. Thompson rose from a childhood of deep tragedy to becoming one of the most celebrated architectural minds in the state, creating enduring landmarks in commu…
The state’s most-tenured executive at a member Community Health Center will lead the board for the state’s CHC association starting May 1.
This 1950s Hoxie boys basketball team played for Coach McKeel (back, left). Team members were (front, from left): Billy Nabors, Howard Corbett, Jerry Hensley, Walter Hacker, Rodney Floyd, Charles Dodd (back) Jesse Baker, Norris Watson, Danny McKeel, Ronald Jones, Jimmy Mosier and Tommy Allen…
Mary Louise Morrison, 69, of Hot Springs, passed away April 14, 2021. She was born Dec. 5, 1951, in Pocahontas, to John and Edith (Tate) Wilford. Mary enjoyed her 18-year career at Oaklawn Park selling mutual tickets. She “really” enjoyed her occasional trips to Tunica. Mary loved fishing an…
Gen. Frederick Steele had made the US Army his life. During the Civil War, he would rise through the ranks quickly, but when the time came to lead a campaign, his career and the entire Union Army effort in Arkansas almost disintegrated because of a wagonload of corn.
It’s so easy, in the course of our day-to-day lives, to get caught up in the political preoccupations of the moment. What’s the Senate going to do about the filibuster? How should infrastructure money be spent? Is the country going to come out of this year as badly divided as it started? The…
For weeks, outlets have been reporting a wave of migrants crossing our border but have had little access to these facilities. Last week, I joined a few of my colleagues on a trip to Texas to see the border facilities for ourselves. The current influx of migrants is like nothing we’ve seen in…
The Board of Trustees at Williams Baptist University approved the school’s budget for the 2021-22 fiscal year Friday, April 9. The board, meeting in regular session on the WBU campus, also gave its approval to the 2021 graduating class, voted to add new members to the university’s Foundation…
Junior Auxiliary members (from left) Angie Abbott, Sherri Thomas and Blythe Sloan shop for shoes for students in Lawrence County’s four school districts. Purchasing shoes for school children is just one of the organization’s projects to help children and families in the county.
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- Bowers certified as a mental health first aid instructor
- ASPSF hosts workshops for single parents
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- Police investigate 3 cases of ID fraud
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