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New Magazine superintendent must be on board with 'hybrid'
Outgoing Magazine Schools superintendent Brett Bunch is advising anyone looking to succeed him to be aware of two key things with the district. One deals with money. The other is the so-called hybrid schedule the school district began this school year -- students begin the school year earlier than t
Roundup: Bearcats win in Paris; Rattlers get first win
The Bearcats and Eagles had a 15-minute delay in getting started Tuesday due to only one umpire being on site in Paris but once they got started the Bearcats wasted no time. Playing with head coach Darby Ulmer away due to a medical issue, Arron Kimes and the Bearcats (13-7, 9-3 Conference 3A-4) led
Create 'Superhero' art at the library
The Dallas Branch of the Fort Smith Public Library, 8100 Dallas St., will host DIY Superhero Art from April 22-27. Get ready for the release of Marvel’s "Avengers: Endgame" with this free activity for all ages. This drop-in "Do It Yourself" program will allow participants to use their creativity to
ECU's Hilton Earns Second GAC Player of the Week Honor
RUSSELLVILLE, ARK. – East Central University sophomore Tarah Hilton was named the Great American Conference Player of the Week, for April 16, marking the second time in 2019 that she earned the honor.
Softball: Dempsey named GAC Pitcher of the Week
RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. - Arkansas Tech senior pitcher Kristen Dempsey was honored by the Great American Conference as the league's Pitcher of the Week, the conference office announced Tuesday.
Lady Rattlers get first win of season
The Magazine Lady Rattlers finally broke into the win column with a 17-6 win against Mulberry last Tuesday. After Taryn Leslie worked a 1-2-3 first inning the first seven Lady Rattlers to bat in the bottom of the inning all reached and all scored.
Crappie Masters 2019 Angler Team of the Year Points Race Through Dardanelle
2019 Crappie Masters Angler Team of the Year Points Race thru Lake Dardanelle. Things are heating up with 6 events remaining.
Paris FBLA students advancing to Nationals
Paris Middle and High school level FBLA members recently competed at the State spring Conference in Little Rock on April 1st. Congratulations to all our Paris winners: High School; Elected: Anna Claire Richey - 2019-2020 Arkansas FBLA State President; 1st Place: Emily Alberson, Travis Bryant, Olivia
Community Calendar: April 17-April 23
April 17: Subiaco City Council meets at 6 p.m. at City Hall. April 18: Open Door Meal at First Christian Church from 5 till 6:30 p.m. April 18: Disabled American Veterans Chapter 39 meets at 6:30 p.m. at 23 W. Main St. Also, DAV Auxiliary will meet at this time. For info call 479-963-8001.
In Quarters: Russellville, AR, Central Fire Station
The new central station for the Russellville Fire Department was designed to meet the needs of the department and act as a catalyst for the downtown re-development. Russellville, AR, Fire Department — This facility was a Career 1 notable selection in Firehouse's 2018 Station Design Awards. Find the
Greenwood starting to make move in 5A-West play
It's not often the Greenwood Bulldogs find themselves in the middle of the conference standings. But after doubleheader sweeps or Siloam Springs and Beebe, the Bulldogs will head for Alma next week boasting a 6-4 league mark.
Principal vacancy filled; Jasper's coach Lynch retiring
JASPER — The Jasper School District Board of Education met Monday night and filled the principal's vacancy at Jasper Elementary School as well as making other changes to the district's staff.
Lady Cats score 17 times in one inning Friday
After two close losses to Lamar earlier in the week, the Booneville softball team found themselves facing an unlikely 6-0 deficit against winless Fountain Lake on Friday. Errors and walks had staked the Lady Cobras to a 6-0 lead after three innings.
Local Students Graduate from the University of Arkansas in Fall 2018
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The following local students from Paris graduated from the University of Arkansas at the end of the Fall 2018 semester:. Jordan Forbis earned a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences in environmental, soil and water science from the Dale Bumpers College of A
Lady Eagles Drop Two Games
To find a time when Paris dropped both of its games in a week, you would have to use an outdated calendar. And, to be fair, this team dropped games as they are adapting to new positions, one with 5 starters out.
SWOSU's Alisa Friesen Tabbed GAC Freshman of the Week
RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – SWOSU pitcher Alisa Friesen has been named the Great American Conference Freshman of the Week after helping her team to a 6-0 record over conference foes in the past week. This is the first weekly honor for Friesen in her career and she becomes the first Bulldog to bring home th
Doing Good: 2019 Komen Ozark Honorary Walk Chair Shares Passion for Cause
SPRINGDALE, Ark. (KNWA) -- The Susan G. Komen Ozark More Than Pink Walk is right around the corner. Its goal is to raise more than $500,000 this year for breast cancer research in our area. This year's event is a little different from years past.
Youthful Rattlers experiencing growing pains
Magazine’s baseball team, which features at least seven freshman or sophomores in its starting lineup, continued to have growing pains last week as they dropped two conference games games.
Roundup: Bearcats pound Hillbillies, Rattlers fall to Hornets
With Gabe Fennell throwing a complete game and recording three hits in four trips to the plate, Booneville beat rival Ozark 15-3 in a nonconference game Monday in Franklin County.
Bearcats remain in hunt for regional tournament
The Bearcats, who will be hosting the 3A Region 1 Tournament next month, needed a conference win badly Tuesday to stay in contention for one of the four spots in the field. They followed up an 11-8 win over the Lamar Warriors on Tuesday by completing the regular season sweep of conference frontrunni