Winter CRISIS Utility Assistance Program

The Community Action Program for Central Arkansas will begin a Winter Crisis Utility Assistance Program beginning Monday, February 27, 2017. More »


High School Basketball Playoffs Underway

The girls and boys Arkansas High School Basketball Playoffs have begun. 1A, 2A, 3A & 4A Conference Tournaments are over More »


$8.3 Million For Local Water Projects

WASHINGTON, Dec. 21, 2016 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that 88 high-impact projects across the country will receive More »


Hutchinson’s 2017 Legislative Agenda

LITTLE ROCK – In a news conference Tuesday morning, Governor Asa Hutchinson laid out his full list of priorities for the More »

Felony Charges From Vehicle Chase


Sheriff Lance Bonds states that on February 19, 2017, deputies with the Stone County Sheriff’s Department was contacted by the Cleburne County Sheriff’s Department in regard to a car chase that was coming towards Stone County on Hwy. 5. Cleburne County stated that their deputy had attempted to stop a black Toyota Rav4 for a traffic violation, but the vehicle refused to stop.

Damascus Speed Trap Ruling Expected


The city attorney for Damascus on Monday says that he expects a ruling today that the town is operating a speed trap under state law.

Quorum Cort Meeting Today


The White County Quorum Court meets in regular session today.

On the agenda are two appropriation ordinances and one emergency ordinance.

Searcy School Board Meeting


There’s a very light agenda for today’s regularly scheduled monthly meeting of the Searcy School Board.

The meeting starts at 5:15PM this afternoon in the Superintendent’s Office 801 North Elm Street.

Free Concert Tonight At Harding


SEARCY, Ark. — Harding University’s music department will present an orchestra concert at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 21., in the Administration Auditorium.

New Board To Save State Taxpayers Money


LITTLE ROCK – Governor Asa Hutchinson Monday announced the creation of the Transformation Advisory Board, another step toward transforming state government by identifying efficiencies and cost-savings to better serve the Arkansas taxpayer. 

New Medical Marijuana Poll


In a new survey, Arkansas voters made it clear they prefer the implementation of medical marijuana to allow for smoking cannabis and not waiting for federal law to allow for statewide usage.

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