Last year Arkansas troopers stopped 2,030 drivers who were traveling at 100 miles per hour, or faster, an increase of more than 100 percent from 2019 among violators exceeding the 100 miles per hour speed.
The pre-licensure program will give students a third option when choosing a degree track to obtain a BSN at Ouachita.
By Joel PhelpsThe Arkadelphian In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, those who entered exhibits in the Clark County Fair this year had a different check-in system. Despite this, fair officials say it […]
ARKADELPHIA — Senior Lexie Castillow has been named the Great American Conference volleyball defensive player of the week for her efforts in Ouachita’s last five matches. Castillow and the Tigers went 3-1 on […]
ARKADELPHIA — Following a dominant win over Southern Nazarene this past Saturday, the Ouachita football team has moved into the top 10 of three national polls this week. The American Football Coaches Association […]
WACO, Texas — Henderson State broke into the AFCA Division II Top-25 Poll at No. 25 on Monday morning following a 55-7 win over Northwestern Oklahoma State. The Reddies (2-0) are now […]
The victim was 68-year-old David Allan Smith, who succumbed to a gunshot wound to his chest Sunday morning at the Baptist Health Medical Center-Arkadelphia emergency room. Authorities are treating the shooting as an accident.