We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

While 2019 was doom and gloom for rice producers, 2020 may be the year of the rebound for Arkansas’ largest agricultural export, with total rice acreage expected to increase 25 percent to nearly 1.5 million acres.

CarStar Laneys Collision Center, 916 East Hillsboro Street in El Dorado, has been recognized for its quality and excellence through training in collision repair by I-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair, by being named a Gold Class Facility once again for 2020.

New Calvary Church of God in Christ will celebrate Martin Luther King Unity Sunday today with a “Day of Praise,” starting at 4 p.m.

The annual Poetry Week reading at the Magnolia Arts Center has become a “thing” during the past couple of years. Our schedule is a bit packed today, but we will make it if possible and we encourage all to check it out. CLICK HERE for more details. Even if you swear that you “hate” poetry, yo…

TexARKana business owner Robert Stevens, owner of Pro-Pave Asphalt, Robert Stevens Construction and RS Asphalt, is being sued for multiple violations of the Arkansas Deceptive Trade Practices Act (ADTPA) and Home Solicitation Sales Act (HSSA).

Dollar Tree, Inc., plans to hire store managers and assistant store managers during its Nationwide Management Hiring Event hosted at participating Dollar Tree and Family Dollar stores across the country on Wednesday, January 22.

Mary Dell Jones, 60, of Crossett was killed Monday as the result of a single-vehicle wreck in the 1000 block of Main Street in Crossett.

Students have returned to Southern Arkansas University for the start of spring semester classes on Wednesday. Almost every time we drive through the SAU campus, we imagine what Magnolia would be like without it. It’s a fate almost too horrible to contemplate. With all due respect to those pl…

  • Updated

Our official position is that Magnolia and South Arkansas welcomes everyone to live here. Refugee, immigrant or native-born. Black, white, Hispanic, Latino or any other racial description. Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Hindi or no religious affiliation. Straight or gay. Democrat, Republican, in…

  • Updated

Columbia County had lottery ticket sales totaling $383,758.50 in December 2019, according to a report released Jan. 10, 2020 by the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration- Office of the Arkansas Lottery.