The Arkansas Association of Grape Growers (AAGG) will host a Virtual Conference from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, November 5.
Americans have been freezing food at record rates these past two years, with a majority of people across the country (55%) saying they bought a second or even third freezer to house all the extra frozen food.
Magnolia and Columbia County first responders will host a drive-through “Safety Tricks and Sweet Treats" from 4-7 p.m. Saturday, October 30.
The Celebrate! Maya Project will close out its 2021 activities with a virtual public program called “Conversations: 50 Years of Memories in Lafayette County, the Place Maya Angelou Called Home.”
FAYETTEVILLE -- A plethora of pumpkins at the Milo J. Shult Agricultural Research and Extension Center is part of the 11-state Squash Hunger Trial.
The Cooperative Extension Service will put an urban and community forestry grant to work showing the benefits of low-impact, permeable parking lots in several locations throughout Arkansas.
The novelist Samuel Butler once said, “Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers, we more than gain in fruit.” Fortunately for the Gulf South, this isn’t exactly true, as many flowers are still in bloom. But we also get to enjoy some of the sensory delights of the fall seaso…
Perhaps one of the most brilliant and uplifting of flowers is the sunflower. Native to North America and made popular throughout Europe, this plant has a long history.
Aron Pagan with South Arkansas Center on Aging in El Dorado will present "Understanding Opioids Pain Medication" to the Magnolia Alzheimer's Support Group on Wednesday, October 6.
Every time there’s a medical advance, there’s a scammer waiting around the corner to exploit it. When genetic testing first became an important medical service, scammers targeted cancer screenings and medication metabolization (called pharmacogenetics).
Arkansas researchers are working to answer one of the leading questions on Americans’ minds as the country struggles to recover from the ordeal of COVID-19: Is it safe to eat out?
The Arkansas State Archives (ASA) announced it has received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to continue the digitization of historic Arkansas newspapers for a third cycle of the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP).
FAYETTEVILLE — For millions of years, there has been a night shift at work pollinating flowering plants and fruit trees. But only recently have they started to get a little credit for their contributions to agriculture.
The Medical Center of South Arkansas in El Dorado will recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month by hosting its “Pink Pancakes For A Purpose” fundraiser in Cafe 870 from 6-9 a.m. Tuesday, October 5.
Veterans have until 5 p.m. Wednesday to make appointments for virtual visits with VA claims representatives at the Little Rock Veterans Affairs Regional Office.
A three-year research and evaluation project has shown there are two varieties of hops that can be grown successfully in Arkansas, said Renee Threlfall, Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station research scientist, during the 2021 Arkansas Hops Webinar.
U.S. Army Reserve veteran Jeffery Darrough, who served tours in Iraq and Kuwait, recently received a $10,000 Housing Assistance for Veterans (HAVEN) grant to make repairs on his Bearden home.
The South Arkansas Center on Aging at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences will host its annual "Head 2 Toe" drive-through health fair in El Dorado on September 23 for senior adults.
Columbia County 4-H families and friends just sent an entire SUV loaded with: water, soft drinks, individually wrapped drink mixes and snacks, canned goods (with can openers), first aid kits and cleaning supplies to Lafourche Parish, Louisiana 4-H families.
The Columbia County Junior Livestock Premium Sale hopes to garner more support prior to the 2021 show and sale that is part of the Columbia County Fair.
Boys and girls in kindergarten through fifth grade are invited to learn about Scouting during a special event from 6-7:30 p.m. today in the parking lot at Asbury United Methodist Church, 1300 E. University.
South Arkansas Heritage Museum, 317 W. Main Street in Magnolia, has been awarded a Columbia County Community Foundation grant of $2,000 that will be presented in the next few weeks.
Whenever you think you’ve seen it all, you can always rely on Mother Nature to remind you: You’re not even close. Especially in Arkansas, which hosts not only its own native oddities, but is increasingly visited by strangeness from afar.
Fayetteville City Council members want Mayor Lioneld Jordan to look into a policy that requires all city employees to take a weekly COVID-19 test unless they opt out with proof of full vaccination.
Life Touch Hospice, a SHARE Foundation agency, has been recognized by The Hospice Honors in its landmark collection of hospices providing the best patient and caregiver experience.
As the final quarter of 2021 approaches, tax preparers begin prepping for tax season. The Cooperative Extension Service offers an Income Tax School to help tax professionals get ready for the 2022 tax season.
The Schmieding Home Caregiver Training Program, part of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), is offering free Respite Volunteer Training on Monday in El Dorado.
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) is leading a new effort to reduce cancer by addressing eating habits in early childcare and education settings.
Supporters of Operation Christmas Child in the Magnolia area will have the chance to hear first-hand from a young man who was helped by the program.
The Arkansas Historical Association has announced the following awards and recognitions at its 80th annual awards program for 2021, which was virtual this year.
Gina Bunch, owner and founder of Sassy Seconds in Texarkana has revealed the true reason she started the store over 10 years ago.
Tiny edible vegetables known as microgreens have been rising in popularity with Americans searching for ways to add nutrition to home-cooked dishes.