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Bank bankrolls first-responder training for two in Foreman
Two people in Foreman, Ark., have been recruited to train as first responders and a bank has offered to pay for the training. A first responder is a person with specialized training who is among the first to arrive and provide assistance at the scene of an emergency, such as an accident or natural d
Arkansas gets big 2nd half
FAYETTEVILLE -- Arkansas women's basketball Coach Mike Neighbors didn't panic when his team got off to a slow start Sunday against Prairie View A&M and neither did his players.
November/December Good Citizens for De Queen Middle School
November/December Good Citizens for De Queen Middle School, left to right: Riley Cate Carlton, Keishla Trinidad, Luis Ahumada and Altin Kight. Students that have demonstrated Good Citizenship (helpful to teachers and other students, no office referrals, etc.) are chosen at the end of each month.
Local cheerleaders perform at Disney World
Local cheerleaders Halley Gentry, Aubrey Banhart, Kaylee Morgan, Mina McAda, Haylin Halcombe,Trevor Blankenship and Laiken Emerson, from Horatio High School and De Queen High School, were selected to perform in the Varsity Spirit Spectacular Parade at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla. Besides enjoy
De Queen man charged with DWI after rollover accident on N. 9th Street
A De Queen man was jailed on charges of DWI after a rollover accident on the S-curves on N. 9th Street near Robinson Road on Friday, Dec. 7. Roy Garza, 27, is facing charges of DWI and refusal to submit to chemical tests with a court date set for Dec. 18.
Workforce Solutions NET plan ready for public comment
Workforce Solutions Northeast Texas is responsible for the implementation and oversight of workforce development services in the nine-county Northeast Texas region, which includes Bowie, Cass, Delta, Franklin, Hopkins, Lamar, Morris, Red River, and Titus Counties.
Traffic stop leads to arrest of parolee who absconded
A De Queen man and woman will face charges after an encounter with sheriff deputies on the night of Saturday, Dec. 8. According to the sheriff’s report, Deputy Justin Gentry was driving through De Queen on Lakeside Drive when he observed a red Nissan Xterrra that appeared to have non-functioning bra
Paper mill provides books for students
ASHDOWN, Ark. - Some kindergarten students in our area are excited about reading tonight, thanks to a donation from a local business. Today Domtar's Ashdown Pulp & Paper Manufacturing Mill donated about 200 books to Ashdown Elementary School. Each student received three books they could take home, a
Arkansas St vs. Nevada 12/29/2018 Picks Predictions Previews
Arkansas St vs. Nevada 12/29/2018 Picks Predictions Previews. Arkansas St vs. Nevada Game Notes—Arkansas St improved to 8-4 following the 33-7 road victory at Texas St Bobcats as a -13 betting odds favorite. Team has won four straight. Red Wolves built on a 7-0 halftime lead. They gained 493 offensi
Arkansas Tech will name new football coach on Monday
RUSSELLVILLE -- Arkansas Tech University Director of Athletics Steve Mullins has called a press conference to be held on Monday to announce the hiring of the school's next head football coach. The press conference will be held at 11:30 a.m. in the Tour Room located in Brown Hall.
8 Beautiful Arkansas Locations You Probably Didn’t Know Existed
Everyone loves Hawksbill Crag and Haw Creek Falls but Arkansas has so many other beautiful places to explore. Whether they’re out-shined by neighboring attractions or just located off the beaten path, you may not have known about these particular spots. Let’s plan some road trips and see how many un
Reggie Chaney revives Arkansas after sluggish start
Struggling with energy and execution on both sides of the ball against UTSA, Arkansas needed a spark from somewhere and received it in the form of true freshman power forward Reggie Chaney.
Arkansas Bounces Back With Win Over UTSA
NORTH LITTLE ROCK (KFSM) – One week away from the court may have lead to some rough patches for the Hogs, but not enough to cost the team back-to-back losses. In a 79-67 win over UTSA, Arkansas opened up clearly brushing off the dust which led to some sloppy play in the first few minutes. Seven and
Arkansas Won't Complete Football Recruiting Class During Early Signing Period
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Arkansas has 25 public commitments and plans to add 29 new recruits in the Class of 2019, but it all won't be over during the Dec. 19-21 early signing period.
Atterberry steps down at SOSU, takes over at Arkansas Tech
Bo Atterberry has stepped down as the head coach at Southeastern to take over at Great American Conference rival Arkansas Tech. Atterberry has been the head coach at Southeastern for five years. He has had winning seasons in Durant. The Storm went 6-5 last season and finished 7-4 in each of the two
Beasley named Rotary Cup winner
De Queen High School senior Malik Beasley took home the De Queen Rotary Club’s annual Rotary Cup award, that was given to him at the club’s meeting on Monday, Dec. 10 at the Mary Pop’s restaurant. The prestigious award has been given to the high school’s top athlete since 1936. The 17-year-old Beasl
PHOTO GALLERY: Tough night for Lions as Cossatot River takes two
It was rough night for the Lions as visiting Cossatot River downed both senior teams as well as the junior boys on Dec. 4. A mid game slump did in the HHS senior boys who lost 71-43.
Bowie County jury gives man life in football party murder
NEW BOSTON, Texas: A Bowie County jury handed down a life sentence Wednesday for a man who started a fight at a party and later went to a man’s home and shot him. Takyme Devon James, 41, was asked to leave a party Dec. 3, 2017, at a rented clubhouse on Lake Drive after his loud and obnoxious behavio
Arkansas LB Dee Walker Arrested With Huge Amount of Marijuana, Xanax and AR-15
Remember when two Arkansas players got suspended for flirting with MSU dancers? Their latest player debacle is a bit worse. It doesn't sound like a mistake a player should make. It sounds more like the plot of a movie as guns and drugs are included.
Arkansas Research Alliance Welcomes Six New Members
Six new members are inducted into the prestigious Arkansas Research Alliance program. Governor Asa Hutchinson congratulated the new "fellows" at the state capitol on Thursday. The six Arkansans were recognized for their ongoing research and contributions in fields like biomedical engineering, plant