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10,000 face masks and counting: Extension Homemakers Council members work to fill community needs

LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Extension Homemakers Council organizations have a long history of organizing and taking action, especially during times of crisis. They ran...

Goggles allow local juniors and seniors to take “tipsy” driving tests

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY/dewayne@mcnews.online Local law enforcement introduced juniors and seniors at Caddo Hills and Mount Ida to what it feels like to drink and drive, as...

Alleged 911 scam leads to arrest for Little Rock man

LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge today announced in coordination with the Little Rock Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Arkansas...

Governor’s executive order limits out of state visitors to Arkansas

Governor Hutchinson Issues Executive Order Requiring New Protocols for Commercial Lodgings, Short-Term Rentals LITTLE ROCK – Governor Asa Hutchinson has issued an executive order mandating new safety measures...

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William C. “Dub” Clenney

William C. “Dub” Clenney, age 80 years and 5 days of Mount Ida, AR passed away October 13, 2019 surrounded by his loving family...

NPC rolls out plan for Fall Semester

Hot Springs, Arkansas – National Park College (NPC) shared plans for delivering instruction and student resources this fall during its May regular meeting of the NPC Board of Trustees.   The College closed its...

COVID-19 pauses signature gathering for proposed ballot issues

LITTLE ROCK – Canvassers who rely on spring festivals and events to collect voter signatures needed to put constitutional amendments and state laws on...

National Park College to host International Women’s Day Event

Hot Springs, Arkansas – National Park College (NPC) Cultural Diversity Awareness Club (CDAC) and the Office of Diversity will host events in celebration of...