The Arkansas Legislative Council on Friday, approved the creation of and funding for the Dementia Respite Care Pilot Program.
The Blue & You Foundation for a Healthier Arkansas is currently accepting grant applications from public schools, governmental agencies and nonprofit groups across Arkansas.
The Rotary Club of Magnolia recently presented Compassion's Foundation Executive Director Debbie Martin with a check for $2,500 as a sponsor of the Foundation's 4th Annual Pedals for Compassion Bike Ride.
Area Agency on Aging of Southwest Arkansas is seeking comments from the public on the AAASWA 2022 Area Plan budget for aging services, which covers July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023.
The Rotary Club of Magnolia presented Katie Caldwell, assistant director, and Janet Rider-Babbitt, executive director of the Magnolia Arts Council with a $1,500 check to go toward the Council's Capital Campaign.
Over ten years ago, the Rotary Club of Magnolia helped the Magnolia Police Department acquire a Safe Medication Disposal Box.
Central Arkansas Development Council will distribute USDA commodities at the Boys and Girls Club of Magnolia on Thursday, May 19, and Friday, May 20.
The Mount Vernon Volunteer Fire Department will have a hamburger fundraiser from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Bodcaw Bank on North Jackson Street in Magnolia.
The Arkansas Department of Agriculture’s second annual “Free Tree Fridays” campaign resulted in the distribution of 17,800 trees during 36 events held across the state each Friday from March 18 through April 29.
The Rotary Club of Magnolia, in conjunction with a grant from Rotary District 6170 encompassing most of southwest and west central Arkansas), has purchased and delivered eight feminine hygiene product dispensers.
Jack Hoyle of Taylor FFA was awarded the State FFA degree and was chosen as the Star Farmer for the state of Arkansas at the 95th Arkansas State FFA Convention held this past week in Hot Springs.
BRYANT — As an important tool of space exploration and deep-sea research, robotics is a vital field in the future of science. Forty teams put their robotics knowledge to the test at the 2022 Arkansas SeaPerch Challenge on April 11 at the Center at Bishop Park in Bryant.
LONOKE — County, district and state fairs are months away, but preparations for poultry contests started April 13 with the distribution of more than 25,000 baby chicks to youth across Arkansas.
As plans are being made to celebrate Easter with family and friends, LifeShare Blood Center is encouraging volunteer blood donors to give on Good Friday.
The Arkansas Department of Human Services (DHS) Division of Aging, Adult, and Behavioral Health Services (DAABHS) is seeking nominees for induction into the Senior Arkansas Hall of Fame.
The Columbia County Conservation District has awarded a local scholarship as part of the Arkansas Association of Conservation Districts’ Dave Ferguson Scholarship Essay Contest.
It seems as if prayers are being answered for Lakyn Stroder, a Magnolia ninth grader who was involved in a near-fatal accident on March 24 in Florida.
The 4th annual Pedals for Compassion bike ride to benefit Compassion’s Foundation Domestic Violence Shelter will be Saturday, June 11 in Magnolia.
The March of Dimes walk/run, which is traditionally held in Little Rock, will be Saturday, April 9 along Southern Arkansas University’s Farm Road, hosted by Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority.
While the opioid epidemic earns a great deal of attention, methamphetamine is currently Arkansas’s greatest drug threat, according to the Arkansas Department of Human Services.
Compassion's Foundation is inviting all non-profit organizations to join together at Square Park from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, April 5 for “A Chance to Give/Non-profit Recognition Day.”
Harvest Regional Food Bank will distribute food boxes directly from its truck from 9-11 a.m. Wednesday, April 6, or until all boxes have been distributed.
This vintage black and white photograph is the earliest known depiction of the historic Dr. Henry Alvan Longino House, now known as the South Arkansas Heritage Museum.
The AR Broadband Community Meeting Broadband Development Group will conduct an open public meeting at noon Thursday, March 3 at the Columbia County Extension Office, 206 West Calhoun, Magnolia.
Be sure to ask to see these beautiful old Native American arrowheads and other old artifacts that were gleaned from Poison Springs many years ago.
This German-made porcelain child’s doll somehow found its way to Village, AR, where it was loved and cared for by Mrs. Whitlow, mother of Jane Whitlow Whittington Duke.
The new South Arkansas Heritage Museum, 317 W. Main, is preparing for a “soft opening” during the weekend of the Magnolia Blossom Festival, May 20-21.
Central Arkansas Development Council will distribute USDA commodities at the Boys and Girls Club of Magnolia at 9 a.m. Thursday, February 17, and Friday, February 18.
The Mount Vernon Volunteer Fire Department is better equipped to keep Columbia and Lafayette counties safe thanks to a grant from Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation.