- 6 p.m. Saturday COVID-19 regional report: 14th death in Union County, Calhoun now free of active cases
- Howard County homicide suspect commits suicide as lawmen surround him
- Columbia County final divorce decrees through Friday, July 10, 2020
- Columbia County marriage licenses through Friday, July 10, 2020
- Festival on the Rails officially cancels for 2020, back on April 10
magnoliareporter.com compiles COVID-19 novel coronavirus reports from South Arkansas and Northeast Texas counties, and North Louisiana parishes, from respective state health departments. The following figures for COVID-19 virus cases are current through 6 p.m. Saturday.
Final divorce decrees in Columbia County during July 2020. The name listed first is the plaintiff. Most recent decrees are listed first.
Recent arrests made by the Magnolia Police Department. Many, but not all, of these arrests have previously been listed in our daily report of Columbia County Justice and Detention Facility bookings and releases.
magnoliareporter.com compiles COVID-19 novel coronavirus reports from South Arkansas and Northeast Texas counties, and North Louisiana parishes, from respective state health departments. The following figures for COVID-19 virus cases are current through 6 p.m. Friday.
Columbia and Union counties are part of an “excessive heat warning” issued early Saturday by the National Weather Service in Shreveport.
The following people have recently been booked into the custody of the Columbia County Justice and Detention Facility on Rawhide Road in Magnolia. All of the following people are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law. Not listed are people serving brief commitments or state …
A Magnolia High School student has been invited by the Arkansas Activities Association to join its 2020-2021 class of the Big Red Student Advisory Council.
The Arkansas Activities Association said Tuesday that it is preparing to resume activities and athletics this fall in accordance with the regular AAA calendar.
Southern Arkansas University is now approved to offer the doctor of education (Ed.D.) in rural and diverse educational leadership, according to a recent decision by its regional accreditor, the Higher Learning Commission.
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) has developed and begun using high-accuracy antibody testing to determine the magnitude of COVID-19 infection in Arkansas and inform the decisions of policymakers.
Fayetteville Public Schools will offer a choice between traditional in-person classes and virtual off-site learning for the 2020-21 school year.
Henry Lee Strahan Jr., 65, of Waldo passed away Friday, July 1…
On Tuesday, July 7, 2020, Ralph D. “Bill” George answered God’…
Geraldine Valeria Ellis, 81, of Magnolia passed away Sunday, J…
Vickie Dean Harris, 62, was born in Magnolia on July 8, 1957, …
Tristan Amaru Smith, 23, of Hot Springs passed away Sunday, Ju…
David L. Hardy, 56, of Magnolia died Saturday, July 4, 2020.
James Randall Mitchell passed away unexpectedly Friday, July 3…
“A Dog’s Journey” will be the feature film during Drive-in Movie Night tonight in the parking lot of Asbury United Methodist Church, 1300 E. University.
Editor’s Note: magnoliareporter.com special correspondent Jen Kilgore recently spent the night at Columbia County’s newest bed and breakfast – Moe & Willie’s B&B in the Calhoun community. This is her report.
Are you tempted to buy that latest mutual fund you saw advertised on TV? Beware, it can be costly. And you probably don’t have a clue just how much!
The Magnolia Junior Charity League has been awarded a $1,000 grant from Arkansas Imagination Library and the Carl B. and Florence E. King Foundation in Dallas.
Boating enforcement officers with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission remind everyone to practice safe boating habits and social distancing recommendations during the Independence Day holiday.
Water levels within the Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge pool will be manipulated to 64 MSL, dropping it one foot lower than the normal level of 65 MSL beginning in July, subject to natural flood events.
Researchers at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) Department of Aquaculture and Fisheries have been involved in a two-year study to determine the status and distribution of one of Arkansas’ most elusive native fish species – the Alabama shad.