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The Corps of Engineers, Millwood Project Office has closed Blue Ridge and Jefferson Ridge Park West Swim Beach on Dierks Lake, Coon Creek Swim Beach... [Read More]
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A Southwest Arkansas police department is now back to work, after failing to keep up with training requirements. [Read More]
It was temporarily closed last week because of higher than acceptable E. coli levels that were found during routine testing conducted by the Arkansas Department... [Read More]
The Corps of Engineers, Millwood Project Office has closed Jefferson Ridge Park East Swim Beach on Dierks Lake and Coon Creek Swim Beach on Gilliam... [Read More]
Higher than acceptable levels of E. coli were found during routine testing by the Arkansas Department of Health, possibly caused by heavy amount of goose... [Read More]
Arkansas regulators say they want to find new operators for two nursing homes amid questions about the financial stability of their parent company. The state... [Read More]
The two facilities are Spring Place Health and Rehab in Hazen (Prairie County) and Dierks Health and Rehab in Dierks (Howard County). [Read More]
The Spring Hill Lady Bears extended their streak of winning on the hardwood at home Tuesday night to close out their season series finale battle... [Read More]
For an high scoring coast to coast battle on the hardwood at Spring Hill Gymnasium this past Tuesday night, the Spring Hill Bears fell to... [Read More]
The Spring Hill Jr. Lady Bears had no problem securing victories at home hosting Magnet Cove in junior high girls basketball action to begin the... [Read More]
Senior big man Zane Kirkham recently posted two impressive scoring games back to back in the Blevins Hornets victories against the Dierks Outlaws 88-60 and... [Read More]
On senior night at Bear Stadium, the Spring Hill Bears showcased a big night of gridiron play to win convincingly over the Dierks Outlaws 50-32... [Read More]
A Dierks man died early Saturday after he was ejected from a vehicle in Hempstead County, according to a preliminary report from the Arkansas State... [Read More]
A Dierks man was killed early Saturday morning in a single-vehicle crash on Highway 355 South north of McNab. [Read More]
One of the oldest sawmill operations in the state is undergoing a $190 million rebirth at its historic southwest Arkansas home. Site preparation for the... [Read More]
The 28th annual Tri-Lakes Big Bass Festival will be from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 27 on De Queen, Gillham and Dierks lakes in... [Read More]
Russell E. McAlister, age 89 of Nashville, Arkansas, went to his eternal home on Friday, May 12, 2017 in Little Rock, Arkansas. Russell was born... [Read More]
Annie Lorene Wilson Poag, 87, a resident of De Queen, died Friday, May 5, 2017, at Circle of Life Hospice in Bentonville, Arkansas. She was... [Read More]
Martha Louise Smith 84 of Dierks, Arkansas passed away on Tuesday, April 25, 2017 in Texarkana, Texas. She was born on March 19, 1933... [Read More]
Blevins Hornets hosted the Dierks Outlaws on the diamond for home baseball action over the weekend in a conference double-header match-up at James Thurman Field... [Read More]
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