For the Week in Clark County History, we combed through bound copies of the Daily Siftings Herald, housed in the archives of Riley-Hickingbotham Library at Ouachita Baptist University. We choose some front-page news from editions dating back 10, 15 and 20 years ago.
This talk will be held on Tuesday, August 2, at 7 p.m. in the board room at Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts (200 Whittington, Hot Springs). The event is free and open to the public.
A North 20th Street woman reported damage to her vehicle.
Aug. 2 will mark the one-year anniversary of the very first time The Arkadelphian clicked “publish” to its highly read Dispatch Desk police blotter. In the days that followed, I kept the name I had chosen for this business a secret, letting a select few know that I was preparing to launch an online news source for the good people of Clark County.
She worked at Wal-Mart in Arkadelphia for many years and was a cashier.
“When I heard last fall about Ouachita’s plans to start an engineering program, I remember thinking how challenging and fulfilling it would be to be a part of something like that,” said Pumphrey, a native Arkansan.
Kylen not only had a love for cars, but he had a passion and knowledge of how they were made and enjoyed fixing them up. He loved racing, cruising, and just driving in general.