She was a retired schoolteacher, teaching in the Hot Springs School District for many years.
She worked in various stores around the Friendship area for many years.
Trees should be clean of all ornaments, lights and tinsel before they are dropped off. Artificial Christmas trees should not be used as fish habitat, either.
LITTLE ROCK – Last-second Christmas shopping seems like its own season with the mad dash to secure that special something for that special someone. The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission may be […]
Brayden Sanders purchased Ozark Cleaners from his father in 2018 and continued a tradition that assures all local kids have a warm, clean coat. This year, Sanders said, Ozark has taken in “hundreds” of coats to be dry-cleaned and donated to a charitable cause.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK – If you would like to make a monetary donation to help Arkansans impacted by DECLARED disasters, you now have two methods for doing so through the Arkansas Disaster Relief Program. […]
The Arkadelphia Sanitation Department will run its usual route on Thursday, Dec. 23, and Monday, Dec. 27. There will be no garbage pickup Friday. Those routes will resume on Tuesday.
The 6th Street property is currently where the Clark County Democratic Committee meets; that group is in the process of moving to a new headquarters on Village Drive.
A South Peake Street woman reported someone cut the screen of her bedroom window, marking the third of three criminal mischief incidents at her residence in recent weeks.
Tuesday’s outcry for changing the name of Pine Street wasn’t the first time the discussion has surfaced. Henry Wilson, who died earlier this year, was an outspoken figure when it came to honoring King in Arkadelphia. In 2004, he chained himself to the I-30 MLK Overpass until he was given media attention over his wanting to change the entire street’s name, not just the overpass.