Most magnoliareporter.com readers agree that billboards in Magnolia need more regulation.
A majority of magnoliareporter.com readers say that the Magnolia Panthers will repeat as Arkansas Class 4A boys basketball champions.
A slight majority of magnoliareporter.com readers don’t want to see the City of Magnolia create an entertainment district, where it would be legal to drink alcoholic beverages outdoors.
magnoliareporter.com readers are willing to blame just about everything other than the players for the poor on-field performance of the Arkansas Razorbacks football team.
About half of magnoliareporter.com readers put something in their coffee, while roughly equal numbers drink it black, or don’t drink coffee at all.
A plurality of magnoliareporter.com readers support increases in Arkansas’ minimum wage, but a slight majority believe that statewide voter approval of a higher minimum wage was a bad idea in hindsight.
Readers don’t like the two-year-old conversion of North Jackson Street between Columbia Street and Southern Arkansas University to two driving lanes with a continuous turn lane.
I have been on the City of Magnolia’s water system for nine months now and I, too, have observed the water quality to be an issue. It appears to be slightly brown colored. I haven't noticed any cloudiness or odor though. It is a problem with my laundry.
South Arkansas residents help make weapons for Saudi Arabia at defense plants in the Camden area, but many of them aren’t enamored by the fact.
magnoliareporter.com readers favor using more technology to study the cosmos, and are less inclined to support human exploration.
Recent flooding in Arkansas brings to light common misconceptions and misinformation about flood insurance, according to the Arkansas Insurance Department.
An Arkansas group this week announced plans to file two ballot petitions that would legalize recreational marijuana and allow low-level cannabis offenders to seek expungement of their convictions.
magnoliareporter.com readers think that former Vice President Joe Biden will be the presidential nominee of the Democratic Party.
Federal Judge Kristine G. Baker has issued an injunction overturning requirements imposed on “new political parties” by Act 164 of the Arkansas General Assembly, adopted and signed into law in February.
It’s a long time away in political terms, but the potential 2022 Arkansas gubernatorial campaign for former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is looking good at the moment.