Thirteen years ago, Hope Circle - one of the six programs of the N-E-A Baptist Charitable Foundation- began Hope Week as a way to call attention to the importance of Hope in the lives of individuals and organizations.
Arkansas' public education system is good, really good. But it took a step back this past week when a joint legislative committee voted to remove journalism classes as a required elective in all Arkansas schools.
The eyes of our country were on us last Thursday when the call came out that a man, later identified as Brad Bartelt, reportedly drove on A-State's campus through a barricade, armed with a shotgun, a propane tank and gasoline.
Ryan Vaughan and the Region 8 Storm Team are forecasting some rough weather overnight Thursday. If the weather moving through looks to be tornadic, and the National Weather Service issues a warning, then tornado sirens in the warning areas will be activated.
The recent Miss America Scholarship Competition sparked some very heated responses across the nation. During the talent competition, Miss Colorado Kelley Johnson appeared on stage in her nurse’s uniform, complete with a stethoscope around her neck, and presented a monologue.
Did you know United Way of Northeast Arkansas turns 60 in September? We have evolved from serving the city of Jonesboro and 6 agencies when we began in 1955 to serving 8 counties and funding 21 programs today.