- Twitter headlines: Colonial Pipeline attack ... NOLA reforestation ... stolen card pays fines
- Arkansas Mega Millions ticket wins $40,000
- Dorian Pressley recipient of MJCL scholarship
- 6 p.m. Friday COVID-19 local report: Columbia County active cases down to nine
- Severe -- and wet -- weather part of Magnolia's forecast early next week
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COVID-19 statistics as reported by the Arkansas Department of Health on Thursday. Symbols (+) or (-) mean changes in numbers since Wednesday.
We’ve often intended to make the short trip to Miracle Farms Market near Bodcaw but never managed to get the vehicle pointed that way. So, we decided to make a trip our mission last Saturday. We were delighted with our purchases there. Let’s start with the raw Jersey milk. The last time we’v…
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 …
Magnolia High School television production instructor Alix Tiegs was recently notified that students in the MHS television production course had received awards in the 2021 A-State Creative Media Competition.
Magnolia High School senior George “Tully” Wilson was named the 2021 recipient of the American History Award presented by the Woodmen of the World.
Southern Arkansas University’s Master of Science in Agriculture program has been ranked fourth in the nation in a recently-issued online report through OnlineSchoolsReport.com.
Doug was the type of person who easily brought a smile to your face. Douglas Ray Bryan was born June 29, 1957 to Mary and Harvard Bryan. He passed away peacefully April 21, 2021 at the age of 63 in the loving presence of his wife, Regina; and son, Matt.
Robert Earl White was born March 29, 1948, in Norphlet to Ajor…
Olga Ouida Ward English, 93, of Hot Springs, passed peacefully…
Rosetta Weaver, 75, of Magnolia passed away Wednesday, May 5, …
James Lee “Jody” Moore was born September 10, 1947 in Emerson …
Clifton Ray Brice was born in Magnolia on December 12, 1964 to…
Virginia Smith of Magnolia passed away unexpectedly on Saturda…
Charles Ray Henry was born August 17, 1939 in Emerson to the l…
Most people at the Magnolia Blossom Festival and World Championship Steak Cook-off will enjoy their steaks on curbs, benches or in the shade of the Courthouse.
A few spaces are left for children ages 5-8 in the Magnolia Arts Center’s “Heart for the Arts” Creation Station event, 1-3:30 p.m. Saturday, May 8.
Arkansas Secretary of Health Jose Romero Tuesday acknowledged what has become obvious: We won’t reach “herd immunity” with COVID-19 any time soon, so the focus should be immunizing as many people as possible.
Sen. Jim Hendren, I-Gravette, has finished his first legislative session as the state’s only independent legislator, so now he can focus on the organization he’s building, Common Ground Arkansas – and on deciding whether to run for governor.
Law enforcement officers in Arkansas will be trained annually in their duty to intervene when they see another officer using excessive force. The bill was signed into law the same day a jury convicted police officer Derek Chauvin for the killing of George Floyd. It didn’t get as much attenti…
Families worried about having enough food during the COVID-19 pandemic are at three times the risk of experiencing anxiety or depression than those that have lost jobs, according to research by three Arkansas agricultural economists.
Southern Arkansas employed the long ball Saturday, three by seniors playing their final regular season home game, in its Great American Conference series finale with Arkansas-Monticello as three seniors left the yard in the 8-4 win.