As a first-generation college student from a small farming town, Nicole Porchia dedicates her life to helping college students succeed.
Arkadelphia native and cancer survivor Ashlee Vaughan is on a mission is to make her hometown a better place.
30 years ago this week: The Clark County Quorum Court overrode a veto to pass an anti-smoking ordinance, therefore removing the cigarette machine located in the Clark County Courthouse.
Boozman, Murray Lead Legislation to Strengthen VA Support for Disabled Veterans and Young Caregivers
U.S. Senators John Boozman (R-AR) and Patty Murray (D-WA), senior members of the Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, introduced legislation to support the families of disabled veterans, including children who take on caregiving roles.
Gov. Huckabee Sanders issued executive order in response to the growing number of children in Arkansas foster care
State government and a host of private organizations announced a new effort to recruit more foster families, streamline the process of placing foster children with relatives and accelerating the process for the permanent adoption of children.
Officers respond to public intoxication at the Exxon gas station on Pine Street, and theft of Hostess confectioneries at Brookshire’s.
The Arkadelphia Lady Badgers (20-10) held to within five points Thursday night in the first half with the 34-1 Farmington Lady Cardinals in their 74-41 loss in the quarterfinals of the Centennial Bank State Tourney.