- 19-year-old charged in Little Rock nightclub shooting pleads not guilty; bail set at $500,000
The second man charged in the shooting at a downtown Little Rock nightclub in July that injured 28 people pleaded innocent Thursday morning, records show.
- Student's yearbook photo rejected because he's holding shotgun
STANDISH, Maine — A Maine high school has rejected a student's submitted yearbook photo because it shows him holding a shotgun.
- Tallest Christmas tree yet coming to downtown Little Rock, officials say
Downtown Little Rock will light up its largest Christmas tree yet by Thanksgiving, city officials hope.
- Arkansas principal placed on leave; investigation into student safety pending, district says
An Arkansas elementary school principal has been placed on administrative leave while an investigation related to student safety continues, the district said.
- Bush condemns Trump-era America: 'Bigotry seems emboldened'
NEW YORK — Former President George W. Bush on Thursday denounced bigotry in Trump-era American politics, warning that the rise of "nativism," isolationism and conspiracy theories have clouded the nation's true identity.
- Pangos camp performance increases Moore's stock
West Memphis sophomore forward Chris Moore had a good reputation going into Pangos All-South camp for freshmen and sophomores over the weekend but left even more highly regarded after showing he was one of the best at the camp.
- Authorities arrest 4 people, including 15-year-old, in robberies at Little Rock sandwich shops, cellphone store
Four people, including a 15-year-old, have been been arrested in three recent armed robberies of Little Rock businesses, police say.
- Police: Arkansas woman, 2 children found shot to death; 30-year-old arrested
An Arkansas woman and her 6- and 9-year-old children were shot to death in her apartment Wednesday night, authorities say, and a man has been arrested.
- District apologizes for altering homecoming queen's hair color in photo
HOUSTON — A Houston-area school district has apologized for altering a high school homecoming queen's purple hair in a photo.
- Little Rock food truck court burglarized, police say; $4,200 worth of equipment taken
Little Rock's food truck court was burglarized Tuesday, police said.
- Unpaid $7 Waffle House bill leads to identity-theft ring, police say
PEARL RIVER, La. — Louisiana police say an unpaid $7 Waffle House bill has led them to make two arrests and break a Los Angeles-based identity theft ring.
- Arkansas center gets $7M to reduce children's exposure to tobacco smoke, prevent HIV among black inmates
LITTLE ROCK — Reducing children's exposure to tobacco smoke and preventing HIV among black inmates are the focus of a $7 million federal grant awarded to the Arkansas Center for Health Disparities at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
- Authorities: Robbers with hunting knives demand $1 from store, then flee
BROCKTON, Mass. — Two young men made an unusually small request as they robbed a store in Massachusetts by demanding a single dollar in their robbery.
- Style: Beauty and terror
As wild fires continue to rage in California, Only the Brave, the story of the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots who fought and died during the 2013 Yarnell Hill fire in Arizona, serendipitously leads a bunch of movies into Arkansas cinemas. Our Philip Martin believes it’s one of those large-hearted Hollywood movies that’s going to have a big impact on our cultural conversation. But is that the same as being good? Read Martin’s reviewto find out.
- Man sleeping in dumpster dropped into city collection truck, later arrested, cops say
HELENA, Mont. — A man was uninjured but arrested after he was sleeping in a dumpster that was picked up and emptied into the back of a Helena collection truck.
- Suspect named in carjacking outside Arkansas clothing store; police say man asked for 50 cents, then pulled gun
Authorities are looking for an 18-year-old Arkansas man they say robbed a woman of a vehicle outside a clothing store earlier this month.
- Arkansas' high court wants new order on birth certificate law
LITTLE ROCK — Members of Arkansas' Supreme Court say the state must change a law that kept same-sex couples from listing both of their names on birth certificates but disagree on who should do it.
- Trump on his Puerto Rico response: 'I'd say it was a 10'
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump gave himself a "10" Thursday for his response to the widespread devastation Puerto Rico suffered after back-to-back hurricanes created a situation that the island's governor described as "catastrophic" as he met with Trump at the White House.
- Jury finds central Arkansas restaurant owner guilty of murder in death of pregnant mistress
A jury has found a central Arkansas restaurant owner guilty of capital murder in the 2015 fatal shooting of his pregnant mistress.
- Man asks woman to eat with him at Little Rock restaurant, then gets up, robs it at gunpoint, police say
A man asked a woman to eat with him at a Little Rock restaurant Wednesday night but later got up, pulled out a gun and joined in with two others who were robbing the business, authorities said.
- Ray’s serving ribs Friday
Ray’s in Monticello will be serving smoked baby back ribs for lunch and dinner on Friday, October 20. A half rack of ribs with two side dishes is $10.99 and a full rack with two sides is $19.99. Side dishes include baked beans, coleslaw, baked potato salad and mustard potato salad. Read more about Ray’s great ribs in this restaurant review. Drop by Ray’s for lunch or dinner at the intersection of U.S. 425 & 278 in … Continued
- 2017 Football Schedule – Week 8
Monticello at Warren Hamburg at Crossett Dumas at Dewitt Star City at Dollarway Lake Village at McGehee Drew Central at Fordyce Rison at Harmony Grove Bearden at Hampton UAM hosts Southern Nazarene
- Guachoya to host photography exhibit
The Guachoya Cultural Art Center in Lake Village will host an exhibit in November and December featuring the photography of John Keen. The opening reception will be held on Thursday, November 9, from 6:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. There will be no admission charge and the public is welcome to attend. Keen is a professional photographer and a native Mississippian who has spent most of his life in the Mississippi Delta. He is a … Continued
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- 3 area physical therapists present research at state conference
Three physical therapists from South Arkansas Rehab recently presented research findings at the annual meeting of the Arkansas Physical Therapy Association at the Chancellor Hotel in Fayetteville. Alana Bartlett, PT, DPT, ACHT, Nat Grubbs, PT, OCS, and Park Tipton, PT, DPT, OCS were selected to provide platform presentations at the meeting. Dr. Bartlett’s presentation was entitled The Placebo and the Power of Your Language: Suggestibility is the Bridge. Bartlett is pictured on the left … Continued
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- Mainline awarded grant to promote dental hygiene
Mainline Health Systems, Inc. recently was awarded a $2,500 grant from Delta Dental to promote dental hygiene in four Southeast Arkansas school districts. The funds will be used to purchase educational materials and oral health supplies for elementary school children in the Dermott, Drew Central, Lakeside and Star City school districts. The grant will allow Mainline to purchase four Mojo Monkeys, 1,800 toothbrushes and toothpaste kits, 1,800 tooth-coloring books and crayons. Mainline’s hygienist will use to the … Continued
- Fatal shooting in Monticello under investigation
The Drew County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the Monday morning fatal shooting of a Monticello man. David Clyburn, 21, died Monday at 3:34 a.m. at Drew Memorial Hospital following a shooting on the parking lot of Paradise Apartments on U.S. 425 South in Drew County, according to Drew County Sheriff Mark Gober. Gober said a person in a vehicle attempting to leave the apartments fired two shots, one of which struck Clyburn, after Clyburn allegedly … Continued
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- Endowment to honor the late Dr. W.J. McKiever and Dr. Randy McKiever
The family of the late Dr. William J. “W.J.” McKiever is creating an endowed scholarship in the University of Arkansas at Monticello Foundation Fund to honor Dr. McKiever and his son, Dr. Randy McKiever. The Dr. William J. McKiever and Dr. William Randall McKiever Pre-Pharmacy or Pre-Medicine Scholarship will be awarded to a junior or senior pre-pharmacy or pre-medicine student recommended by the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences. The recipient must be a … Continued
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- Endowment To Honor The LateDr. W.J. McKiever and Dr. Randy McKiever
The family of the late Dr. William J. “W.J.” McKiever is creating an endowed scholarship in the University of Arkansas at Monticello Foundation Fund to honor Dr. McKiever and his son, Dr. Randy McKiever. The Dr. William J. McKiever and Dr. William Randall McKiever Pre-Pharmacy or Pre-Medicine Scholarship will be awarded to a junior or […]
- IDS Sale Starts Today at Ryburn Motor Co.
- UAM Lists 2017 Homecoming Activities
Tailgate parties, reunions, a golf tournament, parade and football game highlight a wide variety of events and activities at the University of Arkansas at Monticello as UAM celebrates Homecoming 2017 October 14-21. The celebration begins on Saturday, October 14 with the UAM Alumni and Friends Golf Tournament, a four-person scramble at DeSoto Golf Course in […]
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