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  • 7 Little Rock elementary schools to get greenhouses

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Seven Little Rock elementary schools soon will get greenhouses as part of a joint city and school district effort to teach students about eating healthy. A $25,000 award the city won last year from the National League of Cities will pay …

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  • Springdale’s The Jones Center celebrates 20 years

    SPRINGDALE — The Jones Center still embodies its founder Bernice Jones’ mission and ideals 20 years after its opening in October 1995. Jones died in 2003, about eight years after the center opened. Mary McKinney, the center’s executive director from 2000 to 2008, referred to …

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  • Prison program pairs inmates, mentors

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — A faith-based program inside an Arkansas prison matches inmates with outside mentors in an attempt to change the course of the inmates’ lives. Pathway to Freedom is housed in a facility operated by the Arkansas Department of Correction at Wrightsville. The …

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  • Another round of wintry weather moves in

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — For the second time in less than a week, a winter storm has moved into Arkansas. National Weather Service meteorologist Jeff Hood in Little Rock says light freezing rain and sleet began falling this morning in northern Arkansas. Hood said up …

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  • West Fork man accused of shooting cat with arrow

    FAYETTEVILLE (AP) — A northwest Arkansas man has been charged with animal cruelty after he told police he shot a cat in the head with an arrow. Nineteen-year-old Micaleb Prather of West Fork told police he was shooting arrows at a friend’s home when he …

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  • 3 in custody face moonshine, meth charges

    MURFREESBORO (AP) — Authorities say three people who allegedly made moonshine whiskey and methamphetamine are in Pike County jail pending their first court appearance. The three suspects were taken into custody on Feb. 11 after a moonshine still was found under their kitchen sink. Chief …

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  • Suspect who confessed to girl’s murder cleared

    GOSNELL (AP) — Prosecutors say 18-year-old Christopher Sowell is no longer a suspect in the murder of 11-year-old Jessica Williams. DNA evidence presented to prosecutors indicates the 18-year-old was not involved in the girl’s murder. The murder charge against Sowell was dropped on Feb. 11. …

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  • Bill restricting abortion medicine draws support from lawmakers

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Arkansas lawmakers gave final approval Thursday to a measure that would ban doctors from remotely distributing abortion pills and advanced another proposal allowing for felony battery charges to be lodged against someone who harms an unborn child. Banning the delivery of …

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  • Arkansas Lawmakers order schools to teach cursive

    LITTLE ROCK — All that’s needed to return cursive writing classes to Arkansas classrooms is a signature by Gov. Asa Hutchinson — and if he signs it, it will probably be in cursive. The state Senate on Thursday gave final legislative approval to a bill …

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  • New book details roles state plays in Hollywood

    FAYETTEVILLE (AP) — Two University of Arkansas professors have written a book chronicling the role the state has played in the movie business. The book by Robert Cochran and Suzanne McCray, “Lights! Camera! Arkansas: From Broncho Billy to Billy Bob Thornton,” is published by the …

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  • Elk harvest sets new record

    LITTLE ROCK — The 2014 Arkansas elk season was a record-setter, according to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. AGFC elk program coordinator Wes Wright said that hunters harvested a record 52 elk in 2014 compared to the previous record of 44 elk harvested in …

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  • Chinquapin meeting slated

    ROGERS (AP) — A group dedicated to restoring a once-popular tree called the Ozark chinquapin will meet next month at Hobbs State Park. The Ozark Chinquapin Foundation’s annual meeting is March 13. Once a very popular tree in the Ozarks— growing up to 60 feet …

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