How many of you have that friend who dragged you three miles into the woods and turned out the pond was nothing more than an obese mud puddle, and to top it off he out-fishes you?
By Brian RamseyOBU Sports Information ARKADELPHIA – The 19th-ranked Ouachita Baptist University football team looks to rebound from its first conference loss since 2017 this Saturday at home against Northwestern Oklahoma State. It […]
Paul Laird Field | Durant, Oklahoma | 2 p.m. CTLive Video | Live Radio Broadcast | Live Stats | Game Notes ARKADELPHIA — No. 13 Henderson State will play in the game of the year thus far in […]
The City of Arkadelphia issued building permits with an estimated construction value of $11.8 million for the month of September. Permits issued in September were: JT Mitchell, of Little Rock. Jobsite at […]
ARKADELPHIA — Ouachita Baptist University’s Elrod Center for Family and Community held its Fall 2021 Tiger Serve Day event on Saturday, Sept. 25. One hundred projects in and around Arkadelphia were completed […]
The 15th annual Arkansas alligator season came to a close early Monday morning with a nearly full ticket. Hunters harvested 161 alligators during this year’s two-weekend season. The harvest falls short of […]
The Texas Eastern pipeline, owned by the Canadian-based Enbridge Inc., carries natural gas from the southernmost tip of Texas to New York City, dissecting Clark County en route in a southwest-to-northeast fashion.
The manager of NAPA, 922 Clinton St., reported that a white male entered the auto parts business on Sept. 24 and shoplifted two fuel pumps, valued at a total of $200, by concealing them in a 5-gallon bucket he had purchased along with other items placed above the stolen merchandise.