The Albert Pike Recreation Area was closed after a major flash flood killed 20 people on June 11, 2010.
Farmers for Tomorrow fundraiser will help aspiring farmers
Once former CAFF Farm School students or apprentices have acquired farmland in Arkansas and are ready to break ground, they can apply for start-up funds from Farmers for Tomorrow.
Reddies ranked #12 in latest GCAA poll
The Reddies are the highest ranked GAC team in the latest Division II poll.
UAM opens Arkansas Center for Forest Business
The center aims to improve business practices for forest enterprises and enhance the economic competitiveness of Arkansas’ forests in a global economy.
Archeologist to share results of 2022 excavations in SW Arkansas
This talk will recount the summer’s digs and reveal what is now known about the site, Caddo saltmaking, Settler saltmaking, and the deep history of the region.
Steven Lynn Hart
Steven was a strong man of faith, and he relied heavily on God. He attended Second Baptist Church of Arkadelphia. He was a loving daddy and dedicated Pops.
Dispatch Desk: Friday, Sept. 30
Police responded to Walgreens, where a loaded pistol had been found in a shopping cart near the entrance. The firearm was seized as evidence.