“Over the last couple months, we’ve seen a lot of people show their different perspectives on what’s important to them,” police chief Ben Raymond said. “This is a group that came together, and it was important enough to them to show their thanks and appreciation for law enforcement.”
It may be considered an interesting purchase to some but a Little Rock man said Friday that he believes his purchase of the land under the old Citizens Bank building is a great investment for the future.
Dr. Jose Romero, Secretary of Health, and Dr. Jennifer Dillaha, State Epidemiologist, updated the public Thursday on the state’s response to the coronavirus, including the latest cases of COVID-19 and deaths.
Superintendent Scott Guantt says the district got to work in April and so far they have purchased over 50 thermal thermometers, added stickers to the hallways to direct traffic in the same direction and even foggers.
The Walnut Ridge Public Housing Agency is still recovering after a fire destroyed the downtown building a few weeks ago. They are now temporarily located at the Larkspur Gardens Apartment Complex's Community Center.
The 7-day rolling average of new COVID-19 cases by region shows Northeast Ark. on an upward trend. Hutchinson said "this should be a reminder to take action. The northeast is not going in the right direction now."
Normally, ‘Tax-Free Weekend’ will see items fly off the shelf in preparation for the school year. Academy Sports & Outdoors in Jonesboro is expecting the same result this year, but it will look different than usual.
A Cross County man who worked as a prison guard will spend 12 months and a day in federal prison after he reportedly smuggled tobacco and cell phones into the federal prison at Forrest City, federal prosecutors said Thursday.