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College shooting team gets grant to attend championships

Published Sep. 21 2017

The University of Arkansas at Hope-Texarkana Iron Horse Shooting Team received a $3,629 grant from the NRA Foundation to pay...

UAHT appoints new community education director

Published Sep. 21 2017

The University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana has named Anna Lee Powell as the new Industry Outreach and Community Education director.

New TxDOT area engineer is skilled in many areas

Published Sep. 20 2017

Atlanta's Paul Wong may be just the right person for his new assignment—area engineer in Texarkana for District 9 of...

Around Cass County

Published Sep. 20 2017

These six Texas Boys and Girls State attendees spoke last week to the Atlanta J.E. Manning American Legion Post, which...

Wine Festival deemed best one so far

Published Sep. 20 2017

By every measure, Avinger's fifth annual Wine Festival was a success.

Judge sets bail at $3M in attack: Man accused of shooting deputies, ramming vehicles

Published Sep. 19 2017

DeKALB, Texas—A DeKalb man arrested Sunday in connection with the shooting of two deputies is being held on what collectively...

Room to grow: Little River County buys building to expand its offices

Published Sep. 19 2017

The recent purchase of the First Guaranty Insurance Building, a two-building campus across the street from the Little River County...

Holy Convocation planned for Sunday at Temple COGIC

Published Sep. 16 2017

F.L. Haynes District's Holy Convocation kicks off at 4 p.m. Sunday at the Holy Temple Church of God In Christ,...

New Life slates concert for minister's CD release

Published Sep. 16 2017

A concert celebration of Brian L. Glenn's first CD release will be at 7 p.m. Friday at New Life Tabernacle,...

Mother sings praises of pastor sons

Published Sep. 16 2017

COLUMBUS, Ga.—It was no surprise to Mary Jo Snead when her son, Carlos, became a pastor.

Scenes Around Cass County

Published Sep. 12 2017

It doesn't get much prettier than this view near Bethsaida Y Baptist Church after a homeowner painted his fence gate...

Hurricane evacuees get relaxing wagon ride

Published Sep. 12 2017

Three hurricane evacuees from Vidor, Texas, received a Cass County treat last week. They took a mule-team wagon ride from...

Missionary joins unity services

Published Sep. 12 2017

The presence of a Cuban missionary gave extra meaning to a church unity effort involving 10 Cass County, Texas, congregations...

What's Happening

Published Sep. 12 2017

What's Happening for Sept. 13, 2017

Wake Village to keep current tax rate for upcoming budget

Published Sep. 12 2017

Wake Village City Council members agreed Monday to keep the same property tax rate they had for the last seven...

Man, 21, accused of stealing pickup, assault rifle

Published Sep. 12 2017

A Hempstead County man was arrested in Murfreesboro, Ark., early Sunday in the theft of a vehicle, authorities say.

Local utility companies head to Florida to help restore power lost in hurricane

Published Sep. 12 2017

AEP/Southwestern Electirc Power Co. and Southwest Arkansas REA employees are among those heading to areas affected by Hurricane Irma to...

Look out for some interesting stones at Crater of Diamonds

Published Sep. 12 2017

With more than 40 different rocks and minerals at the Crater of Diamonds State Park, visitors make interesting discoveries every...

McCurtain County woman slain; ex-beau charged with murder

Published Sep. 8 2017

A McCurtain, County, Okla., woman was fatally shot Monday night, and her ex-boyfriend has been charged with first-degree murder, authorities...

'Free State of Jones' author to present lecture at SAU

Published Sep. 8 2017

Dr. Victoria Bynum, author of "The Free State of Jones: The Politics of Race, Class and Memory," will deliver Southern...

Arkansas AG to host mobile offices in Hempstead, Sevier counties

Published Sep. 8 2017

The Arkansas attorney general recently announced mobile office locations for September.

Atlanta Rabbit Band struts its stuff

Published Sep. 6 2017

Fall, the start of public schools and the first home football game is certainly the time to "strike up the...

School district wants to make a big park

Published Sep. 6 2017

Queen City's high school and elementary schools are going to have a huge front lawn and park to greet students...