“Parents must be able to control who their children talk to and especially what they see,” said Rutledge. “As the mother of a young daughter, I make sure that I am aware of the dangers on the internet, and I realize the importance for parents to have the ability to protect their children from those who want to do them harm online.”
The City of Arkadelphia issued building permits with an estimated construction value of $483,800 for the month of March. Records were obtained from the city’s Building Department under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act and include valuations of work except where omitted from reports.
A Clark County jury convicted an Oregon man, Jonathan Robert Jennings Walker, of 30 counts of distributing, possessing or viewing matter depicting sexually explicit conduct involving a child on March 30, 2022.
Dr. Paige Ford will present “Reconstructing and Building Relationships: Meeting the New Toltec Station Archeologist” at the next meeting of the Ouachita Chapter of the Arkansas Archeological Society. This talk will be held on Tuesday, April 5, at 7 p.m. in the board room at Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts, 200 Whittington Ave., Hot Springs. It is free and open to the public.
On Wednesday, March 30, Turner & Turner filed suit in Clark County Circuit Court against a Massachusetts car warranty company which had caused dozens of unwanted, automated robocalls to be placed to one of the attorney’s personal telephones.
The keynote speaker is Gina Neely. Neely is a television personality and best-selling author who has given presentations across the country showcasing her cooking skills and sharing her perspectives on life and issues facing women.
Registration is now open for the 2022 Arkansas Rural Development Summit, the state’s annual event for anyone interested in improving the quality of life in Arkansas’ rural communities.
Sidney Moncrief, a five-time NBA All-Star, former Arkansas Razorback, motivational speaker, author, and founder of One Team and Game Changers, Inc., will be the keynote speaker.
The registered labels for the Enlist herbicides included endangered species restrictions which prohibited the use of the products in 11 Arkansas counties.
When Ashley Johnson received an unexpected letter in the mail explaining that she won a lottery prize in the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery’s (ASL) Play It Again® drawing, she immediately thought it was a scam.