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Hogs' LR games remain a possibility

No one knows for certain if the Arkansas Razorbacks will continue playing games at Little Rock's War Memorial Stadium after 2018. The announcement Wednesday that the Razorbacks would complete the current contract with a marquee game against Ole Miss on Oct. 13, 2018, during the 70th anniversary cele

WHOLEHOGSPORTS.COM - 2017-11-24 08:18:10

Meet Arkansas' basketball radio voice in Portland

PORTLAND, Ore. Bob Joyce has called six national championships as the radio play-by-play voice of the Connecticut Huskies' women's basketball team over the last 17 years. This week, he's serving as the play-by-play voice for the UConn and Arkansas mens teams at the Phil Knight Invitational. With reg

WHOLEHOGSPORTS.COM - 2017-11-23 23:59:59

Gravette board holds five student expulsion hearings

GRAVETTE -- Members of the Gravette school board held five student expulsion hearings recently. Unofficial minutes from those meetings show that board members voted to suspend three middle school students from Nov. 1 until Nov. 14 and place them in a random drug testing pool. All three will also be


Playing at War Memorial making a comeback

LITTLE ROCK In February 2000, the "Great Stadium Debate" took a personal turn. Working for The Associated Press, I staffed a meeting at which the University of Arkansas Board of Trustees would decide whether to move most of the Razorback home football games to Fayetteville. Late that morning, I call

WHOLEHOGSPORTS.COM - 2017-11-22 23:19:44

Three injured in traffic accidents on area roads

A Neosho woman suffered moderate injuries in a two-vehicle collision at 7:55 a.m. Wednesday on Missouri Highway 86, about 4 miles west of Neosho in Newton County, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Martha L. Wilkins, 72, was taken by ambulance to Freeman Hospital West in Joplin. She was

JOPLIN GLOBE - 2017-11-23 03:33:34

Group chosen to pick AD

FAYETTEVILLE -- The University of Arkansas, Fayetteville announced on Wednesday a seven-member panel to serve as an advisory committee to Chancellor Joseph Steinmetz on the hiring of the school's next vice chancellor and director of athletics. The members of the committee are Lance Harter of Fayette

WHOLEHOGSPORTS.COM - 2017-11-23 08:29:05

King: OH was a must-read

LITTLE ROCK Waiting for Bill Montgomery to initiate a conference call, preparation included a cursory review of the 30 or so Arkansas athletes who dominated the laptop screen. Never did I imagine that an obvious choice was missing from the evolving list of candidates for the Southwest Conference Hal


UA forms search committee for athletics director

FAYETTEVILLE A seven-member search committee has been appointed to help Arkansas find a new athletics director. The search committee is comprised of Arkansas women's track & field coach Lance Harter; former Arkansas golfer and LPGA Tour member Stacy Lewis; former Arkansas quarterback Bill Montgomer

WHOLEHOGSPORTS.COM - 2017-11-22 20:25:34

Car Slams Into Bay Shore Medical Office [PHOTO]

BAY SHORE, NY - A car crashed into a Bay Shore medical office on Wednesday afternoon, according to Suffolk Police. The car struck the SouthSide Cardiology building on 280 East Main Street at 1:34 p.m. BAY SHORE, NY - A car crashed into a Bay Shore medical office on Wednesday afternoon, according to

PATCH - 2017-11-24 14:38:30

Flying to the airport: The right and wrong way to connect people to LaGuardia

During this, the busiest travel time of the year, the MTA is encouraging the use of the Q70 bus, smartly rebranded the LaGuardia Link by Gov. Cuomo. It makes swift and easy eight-minute trips between the air terminals and the big subway station at Roosevelt Ave./74th St. The incentive: no bus fare

NY DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-24 09:00:07

Village employees learn how to stop the bleeding

"Do you want to have a deep laceration, or do you want to have a gunshot wound?" Allison Anderson, injury prevention coordinator for South Nassau Communities Hospital's trauma department, asked Rockville Centre Mayor Francis Murray. "I'll take a gunshot wound," Murray, after quickly considering a qu


Struggling Long Island families give thanks for helping hand

Long Island Cares pantry was asked by its local network of providers for about 10,000 turkeys; only half that demand has been met. Christopher Corbin, of Garden City, is a recipient who was helping at the food pantry at the Gerald Ryan Outreach Center in Wyandanch. Photo Credit: Jeffrey Basinger A

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-22 20:02:41

Long Island hires and promotions: Joseph Mottola, H2M architects + engineers

H2M architects + engineers in Melville has announced one promotion, and some hires from Ehasz Giacalone Architects in Farmingdale. Joseph Mottola of Massapequa, director of H2M architecture, has been promoted to deputy chief operating officer. Louis P. Giacalone of West Islip, hired as a practice le

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-22 19:05:00

Riverhead, Quogue police make four arrests in DWI crackdown

Four people were arrested in a crackdown on impaired drivers in the Town of Riverhead that began Wednesday night, according to police. Riverhead and Village of Quogue police increased enforcement and set up several checkpoints Wednesday evening, at which they arrested Ralph W. Tuthill, 65, of Matti

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-23 14:15:37

Water Lilies Food signs lease at former Entenmann's bakery

An Astoria-based maker and distributor of Asian food will relocate to space at the former Entenmann's bakery in Bay Shore, an owner of the property said Wednesday. Water Lilies Food Inc. has signed a lease with Suffolk County Industrial LLC, the owner of the 519,490-square-foot building. It plans to

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-22 23:05:24

The Penny Pub to host free Thanksgiving, inspired by customers

It doesn't take a village to host Thanksgiving, but it can take a village bar. This Thanksgiving, The Penny Pub in Bay Shore will be opening at 3 p.m. to host a free dinner for regular customers and anyone else who might want to stop by. When bartender Jill Schombs found out a few weeks ago that so


Milledgeville mom collects backpacks after school policy change

MILLEDGEVILLE, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - A new policy change for Baldwin County Schools has parents going shopping, but not for the holidays. According to parent, Brandy Kennedy, the school district called parents, requiring that all students from Kindergarten through 5th grade, have clear and mesh bac

41NBC.COM - 2017-11-22 23:49:18

Exchange Club prepares for 36th Christmas Parade

Milledgeville's Exchange Club is finalizing plans for its annual Christmas Parade. Over the past 35 years, the parade has drawn hundreds of local residents each year to Milledgeville's downtown for a night of music, pageantry, and holiday festivities. Now the biggest and most anticipated Christmas c

UNION-RECORDER - 2017-11-23 18:15:00

Tobar selected as new county manager

MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. - Carlos Francisco Tobar has been selected the new manager for Baldwin County. Tobar, who came to Milledgeville for an interview with county commissioners Tuesday, was announced as the one and only finalist in the search for a new county manager, according to Commission Chairman S

UNION-RECORDER - 2017-11-24 15:15:00

Public hearing draws nearly 50 residents

Another public hearing was held Tuesday night to give residents of Baldwin County an opportunity to voice their opinion for or against a proposed International Property Maintainance Code (IPMC). The proposed ordinance, if adopted by the Baldwin County Board of Commissioners, would help address bligh

UNION-RECORDER - 2017-11-23 20:15:00