• ASUMH hosts ‘Giving Voice’

    MOUNTAIN HOME — The Diversity Committee at Arkansas State University in Mountain Home will present “Giving Voice” at 1 p.m. Friday in Room D200, McMullin Lecture Hall, in Dryer Hall on the campus. The program will represent the challenges of discrimination through a series of …

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  • Judsonia man arrested for hunting violations

    LITTLE ROCK — Christopher Michael Cleaver of Judsonia has been charged with nine counts of night hunting and one count of violating tagging requirements earlier this month. Arkansas Game & Fish Wildlife Officers were working along the White and Cleburne County area when they noticed …

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  • ‘After the Harvest’ seminar set for hunters

    JONESBORO — As part of a new series of programs, the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission is offering a seminar for hunters called “After the Harvest: Deer” at the commission’s Forrest L. Woods Crowley’s Ridge Nature Center in Jonesboro. Visitors to the center will have …

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  • Pumping to be discontinued on Thompson Tract GTR

    WEINER – Due to the long-term effects associated with extended periods of flooding on timber, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will not be pumping the Thompson Tract Greentree Reservoir on Earl Buss Bayou DeView Wildlife Management Area. According to AGFC Regional Supervisor Terence Teel, …

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  • Justice cleared of misdeed

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — An Arkansas Supreme Court justice accused of having an inappropriate conversation with a state senator has been cleared of any wrongdoing. The state’s judicial oversight committee investigated a complaint submitted in September against Justice Cliff Hoofman. The panel’s director said Wednesday …

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  • Company to add 100 jobs at Warren poultry plant

    WARREN (AP) — An Arkansas-based poultry company has announced it will add 100 jobs at its processing plant in Warren. Ozark Mountain Poultry opened the facility in Warren just five weeks ago with 124 workers. The company now says it will add 100 jobs and …

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  • Woman missing in woods in La.

    MONROE, La. (AP) — A north Louisiana woman has been missing more than a week in south Arkansas woods. Authorities say they do not suspect foul play. The man she was last with has been jailed on an unrelated charge. Searchers in the area of …

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  • Veterans Benefits Fair scheduled

    MOUNTAIN HOME — Arkansas State University at Mountain Home will host its second annual Veterans Benefits Fair from 3 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the Vada Sheid Community Development Center on the campus. KTLO will broadcast live and host a treasure chest from 3 to …

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  • Ouachita County calls for election on hospital tax

    CAMDEN (AP) — The Ouachita County Quorum Court has approved several proposals asking voters to consider a sales tax increase to fund a county hospital. The court passed three ordinances this week calling for a special election on a sales tax increase that would support …

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  • Bear hit by truck, killed

    THAYER, Mo. (AP) — Missouri officials say a 600-pound black bear has been struck and killed by a semitrailer near the Arkansas border. Paul Veatch with the Missouri Department of Conservation said the animal is being studied at a facility in Jefferson City. The semitrailer …

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  • Searchers find hunter

    HARTFORD (AP) — Authorities in western Arkansas say an Oklahoma man who disappeared while deer hunting has been found safe. Sebastian County Sheriff’s Lt. Philip Pevehouse said 22-year-old Wylie Peters was found on Poteau Mountain Tuesday afternoon by a search team that included members of …

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  • 1 arrested for prostitution

    FORT SMITH (AP) — Fort Smith police have arrested a man who they say promoted prostitution. Sgt. Daniel Grubbs says the 21-year-old man was arrested Tuesday and faces a charge of human trafficking. Undercover officers responded to an online escort advertisement on Nov. 5. That …

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