An one-accident in Hardy claimed two lives Sunday. According to the fatal crash summary report from the Arkansas State Police, around 7 p.m. a 2005 Chevrolet was traveling on West Firetower Road when it failed to stop at the intersection of Hwy 63, overturning two times before coming to rest…
Sometimes loose-knit volunteer groups are all it takes to keep a program going, but sometimes it takes passionate people running a program like a business for maximizing revenue and better outcomes. That’s true for the Humane Society of Independence County.
One of my father’s favorite trees was one he called a “Formosa,” a tree I learned in college was correctly called mimosa.
Cave City reschedules council meeting
Every now and again, the constant gardener is going to come across a plant that just doesn’t quite belong. Invasive plants, from Kudzu to Chinese Privet, are the bane of nearly every landscape, yard and garden in the Natural State — or at least, they’re giving it their best shot.
As the summer temperatures rise, livestock producers should make sure their animals have a way to keep cool, Dr. David Fernandez, Extension livestock specialist and interim dean of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education for the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, said. Overheating can c…
Old Independence Regional Museum is pleased to announce that author Freda Cruse Hardison will be the June “Happy Hour with a Historian,” joining us to discuss her newest book Birth of the Ozarks 1794-1839 Trail of Tears. This event is open to the public.
MOUNTAIN HOME — The Atlas Asphalt Highwaymen committed seven fielding errors and wrapped up an 0-3 finish at the Twin Lakes Classic as Bartlesville, Okla., rolled to an 8-2 victory over Batesville on the final day of pool play at Cooper Park.
EUGENE, Ore. — Razorback junior Markus Ballengee produced another set of stellar performances during the second day of the decathlon at the U.S. Olympic Trials to break the Arkansas school record in becoming the first Razorback to ever score over 8,000 points.
BATESVILLE, Ark. — The Lyon College women’s soccer team will host 10 regular-season matches this fall as Head Coach Marc Neddo released the Scots’ 2021 schedule on Wednesday.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas Dick Howser Award winning pitcher Kevin Kopps wouldn’t have needed this special season to be special among his Razorbacks teammates.
FAYETTEVILLE — Kevin Kopps, Patrick Wicklander and Christian Franklin are All-Americans.
MOUNTAIN HOME — Russellville’s Luke Ray twirled a three-hitter to lead the Post 20 Pirates to an 8-2 victory over the Batesville Atlas Asphalt Highwaymen in pool play Thursday at the Twin Lakes Classic.
CONWAY — An emotional Scottie Pippen, flanked by University of Central Arkansas administrators and the governor of Arkansas, had his name and signature unveiled on the court at the Farris Center on Monday morning prior to the start of the 2021 Scottie Pippen Basketball Camp.