The Cooperative Extension Service has released its 2020 Arkansas Ballot Issue Voter Guide.
By now you may have heard this is an election year. Actually, by now you are probably sick of hearing that it’s an election year! And still almost two months to go.
If you are over age 70 and have an IRA, then read on. If you are under age 70, you might just want to go watch the Weather Channel instead.
magnoliareporter.com readers fall all across the range when it comes to the types of services they receive via cable and satellite services.
Are you tempted to buy that latest mutual fund you saw advertised on TV? Beware, it can be costly. And you probably don’t have a clue just how much!
Kent Masters, who has been Albemarle Corporation chairman, president and CEO for a little more than a month, issued a statement on Tuesday regarding the recent death of George Floyd:
Most magnoliareporter.com readers have not been inside a restaurant since COVID-19 restrictions have been eased to allow dine-in experiences if certain conditions are met.”
Almost half of our readers are fine with President Trump taking an unproven drug to ward off possible infection by the COVID-19 virus.
Can't find toilet paper at the supermarket? It's not that your neighbors are hoarding, even as you see everyone grabbing what they can as soon as shelves are stocked. The empty shelves are as much a result of manufacturers not being able to shift production to meet demand.
Two-thirds of magnoliareporter.com readers wouldn’t vote for someone other than Donald Trump or Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election.
If Arkansas does adopt “shelter-in-place” or “stay home” strategies for the COVID-19 virus, it may be difficult as 75 percent of our readers say they’re considered essential employees by their businesses.
Canvassers who rely on spring festivals and events to collect voter signatures needed to put constitutional amendments and state laws on the ballot are seeing these opportunities disappear during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With millions of Americans already out of work and continued job losses exceeding that of the Great Recession of 2009, U.S. GDP is projected to decline by 8 percent in 2020.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson used his weekly column to explain why he’s not asked Arkansas residents to “shelter in place” during the COVID-19 epidemic.
A plurality of magnolia reporter.com readers gives the State of Arkansas credit for its handling of the COVID-19 situation.
Most magnoliareporter.com readers think they can tolerate social disruption caused by the COVID-19 situation for a month or more.
The majority of magnoliareporter.com readers think that local and statewide reaction to COVID-19 has been an over-reaction to the actual threat.
The Arkansas Activities Association has indefinitely postponed Magnolia’s Class 4A state championship basketball game set for Friday against Mills University Studies of Little Rock.
A total of 474,000 Arkansas households — 41 percent of households in the state — are trapped by low wages and rising costs and are unable to afford basic needs, according to a new report.
Arkansas Game and Fish officials are concerned about the decline in the number of hunting and fishing licenses sold and according to our readers, they have cause to be alarmed.