From Conway Police Department reports
Conway and Faulkner County will host two traditional basketball tournaments this weekend.
Four University of Central Arkansas Bears have earned Associated Press All-America honors — George Odum, John Cook, Tremon Smith and Chris Terrell.
The state of Arkansas voted in November of 2008 to legalize the sale of lottery tickets in the name of scholarship money for higher education. Arkansas should legalize gambling in casinos as well because of the increase in tax revenues both locally and state wide, as well as other benefits the decision would carry. According to statistics provided by Americangaming.org, the two commercial casinos in our neighboring state of Oklahoma are taxed at rates of up to 30 percent on gaming revenues, and at a 9 percent rate on horse racing revenues. This increase in tax revenue could mean many great things for the state of Arkansas and its communities.
The Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office is currently recruiting for the 2018 Reserve Deputy training program. In order to apply, a candidate must:
Blackbird Academy of Arts in Conway is offering two free field trip opportunities that will provide cultural and educational experiences for K-12 students in the Central Arkansas region in early 2018.
Mayflower officers are still accepting donations through Friday as they gear up to take four students Christmas shopping on Saturday.