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Caddo Hills to get new seating area, trophy cases

Caddo Hills board members approved the appropriation of funds to purchase items included in...

Mount Ida School Board approves state mandated vaccine incentive

Mount Ida School District employees have an added monetary incentive to get their COVID-19...

Corrections made to livestock points

A correction has been made to some of the points listed in in the...

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Governor’s announcemnt opens vaccine to 180,000 additional Arkansans

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY/dewayne@mcnews.online Governor Asa Hutchinson announced Monday that COVID-19 vaccinations are now available to an additional 180,000 Arkansans as the state expands the 1-B category. The...

Junior Lions earn first shut out of the season

The Mount Ida Junior Lions spent most of their time on defense tonight with the offense needing only 18 plays to score 38 points...

Ouachita Artists Gallery and Studio membership drive underway

Ouachita Artists Gallery and Studio is having its annual Membership Drive, with $30.00 dues payable by January 31. Members of the Gallery have admitted that they...

NPC announces Fall Dean’s, President’s Lists

Hot Springs, Arkansas – The National Park College (NPC) Office of Student Affairs released the Dean’s list and President’s list for the Fall 2020...

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Montgomery County 4-Hers to compete in SeaPerch Challenge

Little Rock, Ark. — Feb. 25, 2020 — The Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas and Arkansas 4-H will host the 2020 Arkansas SeaPerch Challenge, an...

Bluebell nominated for Arkansas Food Hall of Fame People’s Choice Award

STORY - Bluebell Country Store and Cafe wraps up 2019 with yet another culinary accomplishment after being informed the store has been nominated for...

Grievances aired, board members nominated during Sims VFD annual meeting

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY/dewayne@mcnews.online SIMS - A disgruntled group of Sims residents finally got an opportunity to confront the original Sims Volunteer Fire Department Board of Directors...

AG warns health care industry to immediately halt unnecessary surgeries

Attorney General directs warning at abortion clinics, as well as other health care facilities. LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge warns all licensed...

Supreme Court agrees to hear case against Arkansas Act 900

LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Pharmacists Association joined pharmacists across the state and country in collective hope and optimism as the United States Supreme...