Faulkner County business owners and community members were out early Sunday morning to clean up the damage from what Saturday’s rainfall brought.
With Toad Suck Daze approaching, and the accompanying Toad Suck Daze runs, it’s a good opportunity to highlight Cliff Henry in my series about good guys.
For most of us, computer technology is a big part of our daily lives. Even beyond actual desktop/laptop computers, we now rely on our phones and so many other things as well. But what happens when the computer shuts down…or won’t do what you think it should do? Technology is wonderful…until it needs updates, fixes, or requires something from you that you can’t do or give. Most of us are quick to admit- we need help fixing the technical difficulties in our lives. And we want them fixed yesterday!
On hybrid cars and the environment
LITTLE ROCK – After officially adjourning the 2017 regular session on May 1, the legislature was scheduled to immediately begin a special session to consider a specific issue, whether or not Arkansas should ask the federal government for a new Medicaid waiver.
In the 1940s, Hwy. 65 was re-routed away from downtown. Its new path followed Harkrider Street through Conway before it continued northward through Greenbrier to Damascus.
The University of Central Arkansas tennis team continues to make history as the Sugar Bears will play for the Southland Conference title Sunday at Beaumont, Texas, against regular-season champion Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.
Charlie Strong left the University of Central Arkansas in 1982 in casual togs seeking to become a college professor after an all-star football career for the Bears.
A inmate died at Faulkner County Detention Center Unit 1 on Friday.
As Faulkner County’s new sheriff, Tim Ryals has been updating policies and making his presence known in the county. Some of those changes are more visible than others.