Donkeys and the people who love them will return to Magnolia in June for the National Miniature Donkey Association Nationals, and American Council of Spotted Asses (ACOSA) Show.
Members of the public, including representatives of churches, schools and businesses, are invited to learn more about solar energy during a meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, January 16 in the Magnolia City Council Chambers.
Jaxson Kade Land, 11, a fifth-grade student at Taylor Elementary School, has been identified as the student who died Thursday morning as the result of choking on a piece of food.
The Columbia County Sheriff's Office will offer church security and active shooter training at 7 p.m. Monday, January 13 at the Justice and Detention Facility on Rawhide Road.
The year 2020 has arrived. While the future is always uncertain, the dates of many events have already been announced. Some events are traditionally held on previously set dates.
Temperatures fell as predicted across South Arkansas on Sunday night as an upper-level trough behind a storm front delivered cold air.
The story of the birth of Jesus Christ from two sources within the King James version of The Bible, beginning with the Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 1, verses 18-25 and Chapter 2, verses 1-23.
Motorists across the region may expect roadways and bridges to be slick overnight due to rain on Tuesday and freezing temperatures going into Wednesday morning.
Improvements to the Arkansas 98 bridge at Cornie Creek will require a road closure just north of the community of Atlanta, according to Arkansas Department of Transportation officials.
All Columbia County offices will be closed Thursday, November 28 and Friday, November 29 for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Columbia County had lottery ticket sales totaling $338,453.50 in October with winnings of $199,275.00 awarded, according to a report released last week by the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration - Office of the Arkansas Lottery.