• Prayer Shawl group changes meeting dates 

    The Prayer Shawl group at Bethesda Campground Methodist Church is now meeting at 6 p.m. on the first and third Thursdays of every month. Those who would like to learn to knit or crochet or who already have these skills are welcome. Besides prayer shawls, …

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  • Radio operation classes announced

    SEARCY — The North Central Arkansas Amateur Radio Service will host an entry-level amateur radio operators class at Gum Springs Fire Department, located at 2320 Highway 267 South. The class will meet from 6 to 9 tonight and Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and from 10 …

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  • ASU offers CDA credential course

    JONESBORO — Childhood Services at Arkansas State University has announced it will conduct training for interested individuals in the Newport area who would like to earn the Child Development Associate credential. Libby James, program coordinator, explained that the nationally recognized CDA credentialing process has the …

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  • Former ASU baseball players helping kids

    PARAGOULD (AP) — Andy Runyan and Murray Watts learned important life lessons growing up playing sports. Together, the former Arkansas State baseball players are hoping to ensure that any child who wants to play sports will get the same chances they received. In a world …

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  • Life-Size Dorothy, Toto LEGO models truly prove there’s no place like home

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — One-of-a-kind Dorothy and Toto Lego models claim Legoland Discovery Center Kansas City as their permanent home. Making their public debut on Friday, August 1st, the life-size Dorothy and Toto Lego models will add to Legoland Discovery Center Kansas City’s current …

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  • Jessieville superintendent resigns

    JESSIEVILLE (AP) — The superintendent of the Jessieville School District has resigned more than a week after being arrested in Texas for driving while intoxicated. Andy Curry’s resignation was announced Saturday night following a 90 minute special school board meeting that was held behind closed …

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  • Shooting said to be self-defense

    CEDARVILLE (AP) — Arkansas authorities are investing the death of a man in what they say is a self-defense shooting in Cedarville. Crawford County Prosecuting Attorney Marc McCune said the shooting happened Saturday afternoon. He says it appears a man was trying to break into …

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  • 100+ rabies cases reported in Ark.

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — More than 100 cases of rabies have been confirmed in Arkansas so far this year with a second “peak” season for the disease on the horizon, according to state health and animal science officials. “The peak time for rabies cases is …

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  • Ark. delegation supports House immigration bill

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — All of Arkansas’ U.S. House delegation voted for Republican-backed legislation that would send migrant youths home without hearings. The legislation could lead to the deportation of more than a half-million immigrants who were granted temporary work permits by President Barack Obama’s …

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  • 3 charged with violating archaeological protection act

    ASHDOWN (AP) — Three Ashdown residents have been charged with breaking a federal law that protects archaeological artifacts. Court documents show Christopher Castle, Lauren Bailes and Callie Neher are charged with violating the Archaeological Resource Protection Act at Millwood Lake near Ashdown. Castle faces two …

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  • Inmates escape work detail

    The Independence County Sheriff’s Department is asking the public’s help in locating two inmates who walked off from the Independence County Recycling Center around 12:30 p.m. today. The inmates, Kyle McTigue and Michael Bryant, were incarcerated in the Independence County jail on misdemeanor charges and …

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  • Duke fellow opens new practice

    After 20 years in the mental health field, Beverly Caraway recently stepped out on her own and opened her own business, Caraway Psychiatric Services, PLLC and is changing the status quo. Armed with a master’s degree from Vanderbuilt University, Caraway is bringing mental health services …

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