The seniors chose Steve Patterson, English teacher, to deliver the faculty challenge.
What began as a temporary addition to the uniform for games scheduled during the week of St. Patrick’s Day has turned into a permanent addition to the Arkadelphia Badger baseball uniform even into this week’s 4A State Baseball Tournament in Nashville.
Job Corps is free for ages 16–24 from low-income households who meet the eligibility requirements, and students can apply and enroll at any time. Job Corps provides hands-on career skills training, on-campus housing, meals, health care and job search assistance. Applicants may qualify if they receive SNAP, TANF, or free or reduced school lunch, or if they are experiencing homelessness or are a foster youth.
He was also a faithful employee for 42-1/2 years at Firestone Building Parts in Prescott, where he served as Union President for more than 25 years.
A native of New Orleans, Duncan said he never thought he would adjust to life in a small town like Arkadelphia.
Ouachita Baptist University students were honored for scholastic achievement Thursday, May 5, in Jones Performing Arts Center during an academic awards ceremony sponsored by Ouachita’s Student Senate.
The Diamond Agency publishes several community guides in El Dorado, Magnolia and Arkadelphia.
Local medical marijuana sales increased in April, according to the state’s Department of Finance and Administration.
A student art show was held Tuesday evening at Goza Middle School.
The property manager of an apartment complex at the 2600 block of Country Club Road reported a tenant on the verge of eviction had been littering in the woods adjacent to the apartments.