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Eligible parents may see Advance Child Tax Credit payments in their accounts as early as this summer, said Laura Hendrix, associate professor and extension personal finance expert for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.

Bryson Clay Mack was born Monday, July 12, 2021 at Magnolia Regional Medical Center. He weighed 7 pounds.

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With the historic rains this spring and summer, we’ve doubled — and in some cases tripled — the average for several places in Louisiana. It is no wonder some of our plants, yards and gardens are suffering. We’ve already reached 78% of the annual amount of rain, with another half a year to go.

They may be small, but pollinators play a huge role in our daily lives. If it weren’t for the bees, butterflies, bats and birds that tend to wild and agricultural plants, the food supply for humans as well as wildlife would simply stop.

The third annual Pedals for Compassion’s ride benefitting the local domestic violence shelter raised more money than this past year, but organizers Saturday said it was too early to say just how much more.

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Today is the first day of Summer. magnoliareporter.com has updated its list of local events known to be happening through the end of the calendar year.

Daylilies are impressive this time of year. Why aren’t they in every landscape? These herbaceous perennials are one of the most carefree flowering plants you can plant in your garden.

KIBLER — There’s no trophy, but an informal competition between two Arkansas agricultural research stations does come with a little bit of bragging rights for the biggest berry.

The Central Baptist Church Men’s Sunday School Class this week placed flags at the graves of more than 200 veterans buried at Memorial Park Cemetery in Magnolia.