Clark County residents woke to a messy Thursday morning as (hopefully) the last bout of wintry precipitation swept through southern Arkansas.
An up-to-date Hazard Mitigation Plan is needed for jurisdictions to apply for grants. Examples of these are bridge projects and community safe rooms.
Just this week, rescue personnel from Clark County agencies responded to three separate high-speed vehicle-vs-deer collisions on Interstate 30.
An F1 tornado made contact with the ground about 6 miles northeast of Gurdon and traveled 5.5 miles before it weakened 6 miles southeast of Gum Springs.
A round of thunderstorms that passed through Southwest Arkansas on Wednesday wasn’t enough to allow burning in Clark or surrounding counties.
County Judge Troy Tucker re-instated a burn ban Thursday afternoon for Clark County.
A brush fire Thursday afternoon that prompted the response of three agencies has officials cautioning the public not to burn.