Stay safe on the water and save a few dollars

Mon, 05/22/2017 - 15:07

LITTLE ROCK – Boat Ed, the vendor who provides the online version of Arkansas’s Boating Education Course, will be offering a special discount to anyone who completes the program from May 20-26 to help promote National Safe Boating Week.

High water and habitat come together for Greers Ferry fish

Mon, 05/22/2017 - 15:05

HEBER SPRINGS – Recent rainfall has elevated the water at Greer’s Ferry Lake a good 7-8 feet above its normal level. Recent electrofishing by Arkansas Game and Fish Commission personnel indicate improving numbers now for largemouth and smallmouth bass. And both AGFC biologists and anglers on the lake have noted a significant amount of threadfin shad in the upper and middle portions of the lake.

Ask the Doctors: Rare muscle inflamation the focus of various clinical trials

Sun, 05/21/2017 - 10:51

Dear Doctor: My brother, who is 65, was diagnosed with inclusion body myositis about five years ago, and the muscles in his arms, legs and hands are deteriorating rapidly. He’s someone who loves life, so this is very hard to watch. His physician says there’s no cure. What can you tell me about the disease? Is it being studied anywhere?

Realtors From Arkansas Head to Washington in Support of Homeownership

Fri, 05/19/2017 - 11:44

People generally know of Realtors® as the local real estate professionals who put their expertise to work helping clients buy and sell homes.

Northern Faulkner County views can be yours in this lovely custom-built home

Fri, 05/19/2017 - 11:42

3 Castlepines Lane, Greenbrier

Nicely maintained home in Westin Park is ready today for a new family

Fri, 05/19/2017 - 11:40

4845 Park Place Drive, Conway

Women in 30s now having more babies than younger moms in US

Tue, 05/16/2017 - 19:07

NEW YORK — For the first time, women in their early 30s are having more babies than younger moms in the United States.

Club News: 05/15/17

Mon, 05/15/2017 - 12:00

Beta Sigma Phi

Unattended fawns likely not abandoned

Mon, 05/15/2017 - 10:49

LITTLE ROCK – Each spring, thousands of Arkansas deer give birth to fawns. And each year, biologists with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission get calls from worried conservation-minded individuals who happen across one of these young deer sitting still in the tall grasses where it is hiding. But that abandoned fawn likely isn’t abandoned at all. In fact, its mother may be just out of sight, waiting for you to leave so she may tend to her young.

New Books 5/10/17 Faulkner County Library

Sun, 05/14/2017 - 12:00

New Books 5/10/17 Faulkner County Library