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- County Road 79 will be closed for improvement on Wednesday
- U.S. sending Ukraine more South Arkansas arms
- Which of these substances do you most frequently add to a soft drink?
- Poll: Readers would not want to know if the world was about to end
- Mike McNeill’s Diary for Monday, August 8, 2022: Welcome, Columbia County Fair
The Department of Defense said Monday that President Biden has authorized a drawdown of $1 billion worth in U.S. military assets for Ukraine’s critical security and defense needs as it battles Russia.
magnoliareporter.com welcomes back as a seasonal advertiser the 2022 Columbia County Fair and Livestock Show. The fair is Monday, September 19 through Saturday, September 24. You can go for the rides, shows and exhibits but for our part, it’s the fair food. People who click on the ad will be…
Active cases of COVID-19 rose slightly in Columbia and Lafayette counties on Sunday, but dropped in Nevada, Ouachita and Union counties, said the Arkansas Department of Health.
ASHDOWN -- Domtar fired an employee at its Ashdown paper mill for legally using marijuana away from work, according to a lawsuit filed Friday in Little River County Circuit.
Lockheed Martin, which has a major production facility in South Arkansas, has doubled its venture capital fund from $200 million to $400 million.
Two major downtown El Dorado office buildings, including the iconic former Lion Oil Company building, are changing hands.
Bowery Farming, the national vertical farming giant, has a new agreement with the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture to support research for developing spinach varieties that are bred for high-quality indoor production and to thrive in Bowery’s proprietary growing system.
The University of Arkansas at Monticello has announced the appointment of Dr. Shuneize Slater as dean of the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences.
As families prepare for the start of the school year in August, many kids may struggle with anxiety about returning to the classroom. Brittney Schrick, extension assistant professor and family life specialist for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, said it’s important …
For many families, the start of the school year means a return to hectic extracurricular schedules. Brittney Schrick, extension assistant professor and family life specialist for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, said setting limits for the number of activities child…
For as long as there’s been a public school system in the United States, the return to class after summer vacation inevitably brings with it three unpleasantries: The cough, the sniffle and the sneeze.
Mildred Beene, 91, of Magnolia, formerly of Emerson, passed aw…
Venoy “Colonel” Simpson, 85, of Magnolia passed away Friday, A…
Betty Joyce Aubrey was born May 16, 1939 to the late Joe Aubre…
Mary Elizabeth Wranischar, formerly of Magnolia, died Monday, …
Zackary Tyler Burrier, 26, of Brookland, AR passed away unexpe…
Carl David Hackworth, 67, of Emerson passed away Friday, July …
Frank S. Monk, 88, of Dallas, a native of McNeil, passed away …
The 2022 Ouachita County Fair will kick off four days of fun this year with earlier dates, August 10-13, at the Ouachita County Recreational Center, 2708 Mount Holly Road in Camden.
The Arkansas Board of Election Commissioners on Wednesday rejected ballot titles of two proposed constitutional amendments that would legalize recreational marijuana and remove Pope County as a casino gaming location.
Grapes are one of the oldest and most extensively cultivated food crops in the world. The earliest archaeological evidence of the domesticated grape comes from an area between the Black Sea and Iran. Cultivated varieties were spread by humans through southern Greece to the Mediterranean regi…
Monarch butterfly numbers have declined enough that one group of concerned scientists has placed the beloved insects on a watch list of endangered species.
Cassandra Speer, a graduate of Pleasant Grove, TX, High School and a women’s ministry leader, co-wrote one of Amazon’s top selling books titled, “Her True Worth.”
“Cram the Bus,” the annual school supply campaign of the Magnolia Junior Charity League, will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Walmart parking lot.
A new Cooperative Extension Service project is seeking to improve the health of rural counties by recruiting local volunteers, who will receive training and deliver extension health programming to their communities.
Jackson Roe, 27, of Conway was sentenced to three years’ probation and 150 hours of community service for importing and possessing illegally taken wildlife.
The break in triple-digit temperatures may inspire many outdoors enthusiasts to pick up their hiking, cycling and camping adventures, and many hunters’ minds already are centered around improvements they can make in their favorite hunting location or scouting a new piece of public land for f…
Southern Arkansas University has announced the addition of two new programs to its athletic department for competition beginning in the upcoming 2022-23 athletic year.
The Great American Conference will hold its first football media day on Wednesday with all 12 of the league’s head coaches and Commissioner Will Prewitt participating in video interviews throughout the day.