Columbia County’s drive-through flu vaccination clinic will be 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Columbia County Health Unit, 207 S. Jefferson in Magnolia.
A free family caregiver workshop for people dealing with dementia will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday at First Presbyterian Church, 1417 N. Jackson in Magnolia.
Blackberry harvest is almost fully completed in Arkansas with the last bit of primocane fruit coming off now. Focus for many growers has now shifted towards plant and field maintenance.
The basics of trusts, transfer of property, wills and other estate planning tools will be offered in a virtual three-part workshop by the Cooperative Extension Service.
The Columbia County Animal Protection Society fundraiser “Going to the Dogs,” held on August 8, brought in $8,000 for the animal shelter according to Troy Alphin, CCAPS board president.
Customer demand for local food, particularly that supplied through local vendors, farmers and farmers’ markets, has increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, local experts said last week.
Ocean-Marie Faye Miller-McCraney was born at 2:04 p.m. Wednesday, August 19, 2020 at Magnolia Regional Medical Center. She weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces and was 21 inches long.
The Entergy spring tree giveaway gave yield to a bumper crop of fun outdoor activities for the whole family to enjoy while saving energy costs, absorbing pollution and filtering stormwater.
If working from home and staring at the yard has ignited that need to learn more about gardening, now is the time to apply for the Arkansas Master Gardener program, the state’s largest horticulture volunteer and education organization.
The Arkansas Department of Human Services (DHS) is offering another opportunity for organizations to apply for the Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG).
Janna Morse, 15, of West Fork (Washington County) and Emma Keller, 12, of Little Rock (participating through Paron 4-H in Saline County) won first place in their respective categories in the 2020 Arkansas Farm Bureau Dairy Foods Contest.
The Arkansas Department of Agriculture has issued movement restrictions for horses in four Arkansas counties in reaction to the detection of the vesicular stomatitis virus, commonly referred to as VSV, in southern Missouri and eastern Oklahoma.
A Columbia County Animal Protection Society fundraiser, “Going to the Dogs,” will be held to help the dog and cat rescue organization on this Saturday.
The Arkansas Department of Agriculture's Forestry Division is accepting applications for the 2020 Urban & Community Forestry Grant program through August 28.
The 2020 Class of Leadership Magnolia is beginning work on its project to remodel the Boys and Girls Club game room, and it seeks help from the public.
Among the many things that can quickly devolve into “fighting words” in Arkansas, perhaps two of the more surprising are “seedless watermelon.”
The Pedals for Compassion bike ride held on June 20 was a success raising about $16,000 for Compassion’s Foundation and bringing in revenue to the city of about $8,000.
The Magnolia Arts Council and other South Arkansas groups are among 103 non-profit arts organizations receiving Arkansas Arts Council CARES Act Relief Grants.
Leaders from five Arkansas communities will gather virtually Tuesday, August 4 to share how their communities responded to the COVID-19 pandemic and how they continue to adapt, innovate and grow to meet the demands of these uncertain times.
Apostolic Pentecostal Church of Magnolia honored Pastor Gary Becton and Sister Glenda Becton with a retirement dinner and special service on Saturday, July 18.
The Columbia District Association continues to encourage member churches to have people wear face coverings and masks in services as appropriate.
Identical twins Dawson Lane Hunter and Colton Ray Hunter were born Friday, June 12, 2020 at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock.
Does your lantana have yellowed leaves or brown spots? Is it pale and sickly looking with no flowers? The likely culprit is lace bugs. They are the most common insect found on azaleas, lantana and verbena.
A reception will be held for Dr. Anselm Tintinu, the new general surgeon in Magnolia, and his family, from 2:30-3:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Magnolia Surgical Clinic.