The Arkansas State Plant Board is seeking about $600,000 from 18 farmers in the state, including several in Region 8, to settle claims that the farmers violated the state’s seasonal ban on spraying dicamba, according to a published report.
The Small Business Administration recently approved a disaster declaration for Craighead County, which will allow them to offer low-interest, long-term loans to businesses of any size, non-profit organizations, and residents.
Thousands of Mid-Southerners were in the dark Friday night, thanks to storms that brought down trees and power lines. One family in Wynne, Arkansas was lucky to escape without injury when a tree came crashing down.
Starting June 1st, close contact sports like football, basketball, and soccer can train with limited groups and proper social distancing. Baseball and softball are some of the first sports that will be allowed to play games.
The discovery of nearly 42 grams of meth near two different churches, a senior citizens center and a school administration building has a Marked Tree man facing drug charges, Marked Tree police said Wednesday.
Beaches and vacation rentals are now open in Georgia, Alabama and eight counties in Florida, just in time for Memorial Day. However, one local family says they wished they knew the cancellation policies for the vacation rental they booked for Memorial Day weekend.
An investigation by nearly three dozen attorneys general around the country will bring nearly $30 million in direct payments and debt relief to Arkansas consumers, Attorney General Leslie Rutledge said this week.