Course records and program records highlighted the electric day for the Reddies as they captured the program’s second ever region title.
Ouachita students earn Annie Abrams Living Legacy Award
Established in 2020, the scholarship honors the legacy of civil rights activist and Arkadelphia native Annie Abrams.
History Minute: Congressman who probed scandalous TV game shows had Arkadelphia ties
In 1959, Oren Harris and his congressional committee became the epicenter of one of the most explosive scandals in the history of American television – the quiz show scandal.
Kenneth was a retired Superintendent and a living legend in the gas and pipeline industry where he worked for over 60 years.
Wanda owned and operated Gentle Touch Beauty Shop and worked for Hollywood Vassarette and Reynolds Metal Company during her career.
Six Days on the Road: Following the journey of the Veolia waste incinerator
Saturday marked the fourth of the six-day terrestrial haul as the 300-ton load crawled from Stephens to Rosston.
Gurdon voters back millage for schools
Clark County Election Commissioner Fred Phillips announced the results after polls closed Tuesday, May 9.