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 Between March 21 and June 25 the Jacob Wolf House will host eight different events ranging from candle making and Dutch oven classes, to children's camps and a Civil War weekend. The programs will...
Home surveillance systems are designed to increase safety, but recent reports prove they may only be as secure as your passwords. Consumers often use the same passwords for multiple accounts,...
Cotton producers are invited to participate in the joint Healthy Soils for Sustainable Cotton winter meeting and Arkansas Soil Health Alliance Annual Meeting, 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., February 25, at...
Dating apps can be like a box of chocolates, but the surprise may be far less sweet. Valentine’s Day is another opportunity for con artists to take advantage of Arkansans putting their hearts and...
In light of confusion surrounding the results of the Iowa Caucuses, Arkansas Secretary of State John Thurston wants to reassure voters in Arkansas that our primary election system will be conducted...
The Arkansas Adult Education section (Adult Ed) of the Division of Workforce Services has announced partnerships with four Arkansas community colleges to offer eligible GED® test-takers College Ready...
The University Museum and Cultural Center (UMCC) at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) will debut a new exhibit entitled “Rooted in Change” in observance of Black History Month. The free...
Historic Arkansas Museum will host a Valentine’s Day-themed 2nd Friday Art Night on Friday, Feb. 14, from 5 to 8 p.m., 200 East 3rd St., Little Rock. The highlight of the evening will include a...
Fast Facts: Wet weather can result in soil compaction, leading to a host of problems Make good triage choices: Move animals off your best pastures to allow them to recover Over-seed at above...
Fort Smith Southside, Russellville, DeQueen, Arkadelphia, Mountain View, Haas Hall-Fayetteville and Norfork top their divisions, from 7A to 1A, respectively, in a mid-season poll of participating...
The Department of Finance and Administration announced that effective Monday, Feb. 3, all 134 State Revenue Offices will have the ability to issue a Real ID.   Arkansas is taking part in the...
By Sarah Cato U of A System Division of Agriculture Fast facts     •    National Agricultural Law Center will host its seventh annual Mid-South Agricultural and Environmental Law Conference...
Special to the Advance The Arkansas Division of Higher Education Coordinating Board met for the regularly scheduled meeting at the office of the Arkansas Division of Higher Education on Friday,...
https://youtu.be/AEZj-GVvLkc At Pine Bluff High School, art teacher Shalisha Thomas is known for broadening her students’ horizons, but not in her wildest imagination would she have expected to...
Chocolate, chocolate, and more chocolate, all for five bucks, is what patrons can expect during the Friends of the Library 2020 Chocolate Extravaganza. The Southeast Arkansas Regional Library,...
The last surviving Arkansas-based member of the World War II United States Army Rangers unit to assault the beaches of Normandy, France, in 1944 died Thursday evening at the Arkansas State...
Tax season is like hunting season for con artists. Between the fear of making a mistake on your taxes, and the increased sophistication of scammers, opportunities are endless for bad actors looking...
Farmers and landowners in Arkansas have until Feb. 28, 2020, to submit applications to receive financial assistance to implement conservation activities through the Environmental Quality Incentives...
The February exhibit at Justus Fine Art Gallery will welcome a selection of pastel paintings by Dennis McCann, along with work by Donnie Copeland, Kristin DeGeorge, Virmarie DePoyster, Robert Fogel,...
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge today announced her office is now accepting applications for summer interns. The summer internship session will begin Monday, June 8, 2020. “An internship...

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