Mark Hufford, plant manager, and Keith Clark represent Frit Industries during the regional job fair held Friday at Black River Technical College in Pocahontas. The event was hosted by the Lawrence and Randolph County Chambers of Commerce and the Northeast Arkansas Intermodal Authority.
Nonprofits in Clay, Lawrence and Randoph counties can go to arcf.org/givingtree to apply online for grants through North Delta Community Foundation, an affiliate of Arkansas Community Foundation. Applications must be submitted online by Aug. 15.
Work is back in full swing on the widening of Highway 412 from Highway 67 in Lawrence County to Highway 141 in Greene County. Those traveling the highway can expect delays and lane shifts during the coming months. At the completion of the project, a total of 14.5 miles will be widened to fiv…
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has released its preliminary report on the June 15 plane crash that killed a Paragould man.
Jumpstart Ministries, a 13-month, Christ-centered residential recovery program headquartered in Walnut Ridge, focuses not only on rehabilitation from drug addiction, but rebuilding the individual’s life from the ground up.
BancorpSouth Insurance (BSX) is seeking reinstatement as insurance carrier for the Northeast Arkansas Regional Solid Waste Management District (NEARSWMD).
The Walnut Ridge City Council passed a resolution at its meeting Monday night authorizing Mayor Charles Snapp to withdraw the Walnut Ridge Airport’s application for reclassification.
Walnut Ridge emergency officials had to close a section of Main Street Monday morning for a short time after heavy rains caused flash flooding. Two vehicles can be seen stalled out in deep water at the intersection of Main Street and Highway 67B North as water continues to run down SW Third …
Hoxie Police Department authorities and the Lawrence County Prosecuting Attorney have requested the Arkansas State Police to conduct a criminal investigation of an incident that resulted in injuries to three local law enforcement officers on Monday.
A motorcycle group known as RUSH (Riding Ultimate Scenic Highways) from 19 states, including this couple from Ohio, made a stop in Walnut Ridge on Monday to visit the Guitar Park, located on Rock N Roll Hwy. 67. The group also made a stop in Newport and was en route to Eureka Springs.
Walnut Ridge Mayor Charles Snapp (from left), Donnie Milgrim and Richard Bice show the city’s new garbage truck with side lift for garbage collection. The new truck arrived on Monday and will help improve the efficiency of the garbage collection process for the sanitation department.
The Walnut Ridge Airport hosted the May commission meeting of the Arkansas Division of Aeronautics on May 19. During the meeting, which was held at the Wings of Honor Museum, Chairman Ed Sanders (left) presented a check to Museum Board President Harold Johnson. Commissioners enjoyed visiting…
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