Despite national news of pet adoptions going up during the COVID-19 pandemic as people struggle with the new normal of isolation, local adoptions have not increased.
Compassion's Foundation’s Domestic Violence Shelter in Magnolia will continue to keep doors open for victims and their children during the public health emergency.
Although the Columbia County Library has been and remains closed to the public due to the COVID-19 emergency, staff is working on various projects.
The Columbia/Lafayette County Unit of the Arkansas Retired Teachers Association has cancelled its 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 18 meeting.
Expectant mothers, or mothers with newborns are invited to learn about Arkansas Medicaid benefits during a meeting at 10:30 a.m. today at the SAU Tech Adult Education Center, 104 Harvey Couch Boulevard in Magnolia.
The Magnolia Lions Club will have a hot link fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, with pickup at the C.W. Easter Community Center in Waldo.
The South Arkansas While We're Waiting support group invites parents who have lost a child at any age to join in a time of encouragement, fellowship, and prayer with other parents.
Helen Jones Murphy of McNeil will celebrate her 90th birthday with a "come and go" reception at College Hill Baptist Church, 2000 Columbia Road 45, from 1-3 p.m. Saturday.
Students at Central Elementary School are again collaborating with the local chapter of Circle of Friends to support the Arkansas Children's Hospital.
Central Arkansas Development Council has announced that crisis assistance applications for the 2020 Winter Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) will be accepted beginning Monday, February 24.
Leadership Magnolia has announced preliminary plans for its Texas Hold’em Tournament and Casino Night, which will be held the evening of Saturday, February 22 at the Magnolia Arts Center.
Arkansans who are at least 60 years old are invited to serve as delegates to the 22nd Biennial Silver Haired Legislative Session taking place August 26-27.
Non-profit organizations, schools, camps, and government agencies are invited to apply to serve as summer feeding sites in Arkansas through the Summer Food Service Program.
Jessica S. Yarbrough, public defender for Columbia County, will be the keynote speaker at the Columbia County NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet.