Dr. Jason Doroga, assistant professor of Spanish at Ouachita Baptist University, presented his paper “Negative Analogy: A New Direction for Analogical Change” as part of the Linguistics Friday Seminar Series at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in April.
Here are some common sense haying ideas to benefit wildlife and minimize the effects on young animals or smaller species that depend upon the cover the grasses provide.
The Arkadelphia Sanitation Department will not run its Monday route. City routes will resume their normal schedule on Tuesday.
During last year’s Independence Day Weekend, Arkansas wildlife officers spent 2,137 man hours on the water, contacting nearly 2,000 vessels. They issued 228 warnings and had to issue 107 citations.
Twenty-one Arkansans will have the hunt of a lifetime this fall as they chase elk on public land in The Natural State. Their names were chosen during the Annual Buffalo River Elk Festival in Jasper Saturday.
This lab will be used to expand ASUTR’s training opportunities not only for Siplast but for all business and industry partners within the college’s service area.
The current CEO, J.L. Griffin, said Tuesday’s meeting of the EDCCC “could very well be my last.”
Eric Hughes, vice-chair of the EDCCC, questioned the number of jobs agreed upon. The original number the board was given was 170 jobs. “I’m seeing this [150 jobs] for the first time,” Hughes said. “Is this a typo?”
An incentive application at least six months in the making will remain in its draft form for another month following much discussion Tuesday on whether to include the word “new” in the application.
Jimmy was a TV repairman, drove a truck for Jackson Petroleum, was a material handler for Fafner, and a 50 year member of the Masons. He was a U. S. Army veteran, who served in the Korean War.