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.
The Emerson Volunteer Fire Department is hosting its Fourth Annual Purple Hull Pea Festival Fish Fry from 5:30-7 p.m. Friday, June 25 at the Emerson Fire Department building.
Riders still have time to sign up for the 3rd annual Pedals for Compassion bike ride on Saturday, benefitting Compassion’s Foundation’s Domestic Violence Shelter.
Ninety-two women from around the state will take the stage at The Robinson Performance Hall in Little Rock June 13-19 vying to become the next Miss Arkansas and Miss Arkansas Outstanding Teen.
Tyson Foods, Inc., is providing $1.5 million in grants to support hunger relief in 38 Tyson plant communities, the company announced this week.
Following in the footsteps of such Hope notables as Mack McLarty, Mike Huckabee, and President Clinton, Hope High student Richard Ware has been elected “Governor” of this year’s Boys State.
Farmers Bank & Trust and the Farmers Bank Foundation have announced the kickoff for the Funding Great Futures campaign to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Magnolia.
More than 200 teams with nearly 800 members racked up 1.35 million minutes of exercise during the eight weeks of the spring edition of Walk Across Arkansas.
The public is invited to an “8 Dimensions of Wellness” workshop at 10 a.m. to noon Friday, June 11 at the Lelia Enrichment Complex, 600 Lelia Street in Magnolia.
The Rural Fire Protection program, managed by the Arkansas Department of Agriculture’s Forestry Division, received $294,442.24 to purchase and distribute 96 Wildfire Suppression Kits to rural volunteer fire departments.
Margaret Robinson, a volunteer at the Central Arkansas VA Healthcare System (CAVHS), is one of those special individuals who constantly assists others.
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.
Columbia County 4-H member Malli Dooly has been recognized as a 2021 Arkansas 4-H Advanced Record Book winner in the STEM: Animal Science category.
A workshop on medical and legal ethics for healthcare providers and caregivers will be held from 9 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. Friday, May 14 at the Lelia Enrichment Complex, 600 Lelia St.
The Keep Arkansas Beautiful Commission (KAB) is still recruiting Arkansans for the Keep America Beautiful Great American Cleanup in Arkansas, which ends on May 31.
The Florence Heritage Foundation is collecting stories and memories about the Cameo Theater and its late owner and operator, W.P. Florence Jr.
The American Library Association (ALA) has announced the recipients of nearly $1 million in funding for small and rural libraries, the second grant distribution as part of the association’s Libraries Transforming Communities: Focus on Small and Rural Libraries initiative.
The Mount Pisgah Methodist Cemetery Association will hold its annual meeting at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 24 at the Mount Pisgah United Methodist Church in Emerson.
The Bethlehem Cemetery Association, Spotsville Community, will have its bi-annual meeting at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 1, 2021 at the Bethlehem Baptist Church Fellowship Hall in Spotsville.
FERNDALE — It’s springtime, and parents’ thoughts naturally turn to finding summer camps for the kids. The Arkansas 4-H Youth Development program is ready to help with a variety of award-winning day and overnight camps, with registration now open.
The seventh-annual Mulerider Club Spring Supper Fundraiser will be 5:30-7:30 p.m. Monday at Bodcaw Bank, 2125 N. Jackson in Magnolia.
The Columbia County Conservation District has awarded two local scholarships as part of the Arkansas Association of Conservation Districts Dave Ferguson Scholarship Essay Contest.
Columbia County non-profit organizations hope to raise thousands of dollars through online donations from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. today during the annual "Day of Giving."
Community organizations and nonprofits serving vulnerable Arkansans can now apply for grant funding to support programs for low-income and vulnerable populations in Arkansas.