Taylor FFA members Will Barton and Jack Hoyle brought home top honors in State Livestock Show this fall.
More area students now will have the opportunity to pursue higher education thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor who recently gave a $100,000 gift marked for student scholarships to the South Arkansas Community College Foundation.
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) has received $2.83 million in additional funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to improve access to quality health care in rural Arkansas by expanding efforts to train and retain primary care physicians.
Magnolia students will be among those in Arkansas receiving the benefits of enhanced literacy programs thanks to the distribution of $5.5 million in federal funds this year.
HOPE – The pivot to all virtual instruction on four of the six campuses of the Hope Public Schools drew discussion Monday night from the Hope Public Schools Board of Education.
The Clinton Primary School campus of the Hope Public Schools will pivot to an all virtual format beginning Monday through November 27, HPS Superintendent Dr. Bobby Hart said.
During the Warren School Board meeting conducted Tuesday, the board voted to request a special election be called February 9, 2021 for the purpose of authorizing a special 5 mill tax levy to pay for the construction of a new elementary school and a new modern gym for basketball and activities.
Henderson State University is one step closer to becoming a member institution of the Arkansas State University System following approval by the Higher Learning Commission.
Southern Arkansas University Tech's Principles of Speech course earned the Quality Matters (QM) Certification Mark following a rigorous review process.
Brookshire Grocery Co. has established its “Focus on the Future” scholarship program in partnership with more than 40 universities and colleges in Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas, including the SouthArk Foundation of El Dorado.
University of Arkansas Distinguished Professor Marlon Blackwell and his wife, Ati, both co-principals of Marlon Blackwell Architects, have pledged $120,000 to create an Advance Arkansas scholarship.
Southern Arkansas University System Board of Trustees met for its quarterly meeting last week. The meeting was broadcast for attendees to join virtually, with only the trustees and presenters gathered in-person in the Grand Hall of the Donald W. Reynolds Center on the SAU campus.
Approximately 2,060 Arkansas public school teachers and staff have tested positive since August 24 for the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, according to the Arkansas Department of Health.
Henessae Shavers might not be the typical second-year college student when she starts talking about her plans for the future. A Bryant High School graduate, Shavers has dreams and ambitions to train to be a forensic pathologist that may take her far away from her native state one day.
Maranatha Baptist Christian School of El Dorado has received full accreditation status from the Southern Plains Association of Christian Schools.
Magnolia Middle School has named its honor roll for the first nine week grading period of the 2020-2021 academic year. It is the first honor roll for the new school, created from the former Magnolia Junior High by the transfer of ninth graders to the new Freshmen Academy, and the reassignmen…
Columbia Christian School has listed its honor roll for the first nine week grading period of the 2020-2021 academic year, ended October 8.
The Rotary Club of Magnolia continues to distribute copies of the “American Heritage Children’s Dictionary” to third-grade students at all schools in Columbia County.
Columbia County Sheriff Mike Loe and Deputy Sheriff Jordan Hanson last week presented Emerson School Principal Jim Deloach and School Counselor Queria Adewumi with a $600 check.
The Southern Arkansas University Board of Trustees will meet at 2 p.m. Thursday, October 29 in the Reynolds Center Grand Hall on the campus of SAU.
The David F. Rankin College of Business at Southern Arkansas University has announced the 2020 Hall of Fame Class honoring three inductees who exhibit outstanding professional achievement, remarkable peer leadership, and exceptional support for the Rankin College of Business.
HOPE – A plan to convert each Friday into a “virtual instruction day” to accommodate teacher workloads beyond the regular class day created by the bifurcated on-site/virtual system employed by the Hope Public Schools during the COVID-19 crisis was adopted Monday by the Hope Board of Education.