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Julian A. Calfy, 23, John A. Carollo, 28, and Nicholas R. Holloway, 20, appeared in felony bond hearings on Friday after officers say one of... [Read More]
In the Community Science Network camp, first- through sixth-graders were taught science concepts related to the theme "Save the Earth!" Classes made... [Read More]
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The Russellville Lions Club recently hosted Danielle Housenick, Director of Main Street Russellville. She talked about the goals she hopes to accomplish with th... [Read More]
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A study published Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine found that Arkansas's Medicaid work requirement led to lower levels of health insurance... [Read More]
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Marijuana shoppers are going to be getting a message from California regulators: Go legal. Aiming to slow illegal pot sales that are undercutting... [Read More]
Federal agents say they've mopped up a theft ring involving 21 co-conspirators, responsible for stealing a precious commodity: $3.9 million wor... [Read More]
All 18 of the nation's largest and most complex banks are strong enough to withstand a severe economic downturn and would be able to stay... [Read More]
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All good things must come to an end, but with each end comes a new beginning. And that's just what today's column is: the end... [Read More]
Tags: end - Athletic - Support
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When I was younger, my attention span was far too small for slow, ponderous activities such as baseball. But these days I'm always looking for... [Read More]
Tags: baseball - must - wait
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Russellville High School tried to add bowling after it was approved by the Russellville School Board last year. There was some interest from the students,... [Read More]
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The Oakland Cemetery Commission voted to add a distinction of honor to the late Patricia Petray as Emeritus for Life for her service to Russellville... [Read More]
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A local citizens group is collecting signatures in the hopes of forcing Russellville Mayor Richard Harris out of office after he started his term in... [Read More]
The Arkansas River waters have receded, but what they left behind may never go away. Mayor Jimmy Witt said Friday probably at least a dozen... [Read More]
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The Pope County EHC met on June 13 for their annual Summer Council meeting. After a brief welcome from president Darla Watts, a potluck dinner... [Read More]
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On May 22, law enforcement personnel from Johnson County Sheriff's Office and Arkansas Game and Fish, along with two K-9 officers, carried the Special Olympics... [Read More]
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The following individuals appeared during felony bond hearings conducted by District Judge Don Bourne recently at the Pope County Detention Center. Their names,... [Read More]
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Russellville Police Department Lieutenant Phillip Varnell (left) was promoted Tuesday and will take command of a patrol shift. He has 18 years of law enforcemen... [Read More]
Pope County Quorum Court justice of the peace James Kusturin, who has a dual residence in Fort Smith and Pope County, is in compliance with... [Read More]
A judge has vacated the federal death sentence for an Arkansas man convicted in the 1994 slaying of a 16-year-old Texas girl, concluding the inmate... [Read More]
The Arkansas Department of Health is offering free tetanus and hepatitis A vaccinations at local health units across the state for those impacted... [Read More]
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