“The Magnolia City Attorney’s office does not typically comment on any political race, but misrepresentations concerning the City and one of its officials demand that someone set the record straight.”
Mary Jane Wilson of Beirne passed away Tuesday, May 17, 2022. Mary Jane was born July 25, 1940, to John and Lillie Hagins Key in Ouachita County.
Larry Wayne McElhannon, age 64, of Gurdon, passed from this life on Tuesday, May 17, 2022, at the Veteran’s Medical Center in Little Rock.
Within the nursing community, the pinning ceremony is a centuries-old tradition that recognizes students for their hard work academically and clinically by awarding them a pin unique to their nursing school.
By David SalleyHSU Sports Information ARKADELPHIA — Henderson State Athletics secured its 11th consecutive academic semester with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher this week when the Reddies’ […]
The widening of Pine is an exciting time for our community, hopefully enhancing growth and convenience. It also brings sadness because it causes me to reflect on my childhood that is never again.
The Arkadelphia City Board of Directors heard from two local residents Tuesday regarding the renaming of Pine Street in honor of Civil Rights Activist Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
A South 11th Street man reported his landlord had someone remove his property from his apartment prior to receiving any sort of notice of eviction.
A new elementary campus is well on its way to being a dream come true for Arkadelphia Public Schools.
Full-time undergraduate students who have earned a minimum grade-point average of 3.700 and above are named to the President’s List.
Henderson State begins NCAA Regional play on Thursday when the No. 3 seed Reddies take on the No. 6 seed Northeastern State.
Rigsby brings more than 20 years’ teaching and research experience in higher education to the post, as well as a background in banking, private law practice and private-owned business.
Jackson Furr of Amity from Kirby High School was nominated to represent his community and school at Arkansas Boys State 2022, an immersive leadership and civic engagement experience sponsored by the American Legion.
Dr. John W. “Doc” Crawford, of Hot Springs, will be inducted into the Arkansas Writers’ Conference Hall of Fame at their 78th annual meeting held at the Hilton Garden Inn, North Little Rock, on June 4, 2022. Crawford is being honored for his 50-plus years of active membership and for the promotion of writing in the state.
Felony charges were filed this week against an Arkadelphia man accused of selling a stolen pistol to a teenager.
Beginning in June, The Arkadelphian will have discounted advertising options for our local nonprofit organizations. These rates, we feel, will be more than reasonable for organizations, churches, etc., to advertise their message in the digital age.
I also have to smile as I think back to the 60s, when I would sit on the wall at Rose Hill awaiting a foul ball to land so I could try to out-duel the other half-dozen youngsters hoping to do the same. A free coke was at stake.
One rarely gets to be 97 years of age without a good measure of grace, humor, faith and a big dose of grit. Evelyn Hewell was all that and more.
The Arkadelphia Board of Education has begun the interviewing process to fill the Arkadelphia Public School District superintendent position Karla Neathery vacated in February.
With 20 candidates having submitted an application to be the next superintendent of Arkadelphia Public Schools, The Arkadelphian asked its readers, “Who should be the next superintendent?”
A motorist reported another vehicle ran hers off the road at 26th and Pine streets, causing her to hit a curb and have a flat tire.
The Arkadelphia Board of Directors will have a full agenda during its regular meeting Tuesday.
This spring and summer, FPC will host free conversations on mental health and wellness with Beverly J. Bejarano, Licensed Professional Counselor and friend of FPC.
The seniors chose Steve Patterson, English teacher, to deliver the faculty challenge.
With this group of seniors from the class of 2022, the Arkadelphia Promise will have invested close to $5 million in the program’s 12-year history into Arkadelphia High School graduates.