LITTLE ROCK - The Arkansas History Commission announces the opening of several collections of gubernatorial papers. Over the last year, the gubernatorial papers of Charles Hillman Brough, Harvey Parnell and John E. Martineau have been conserved and have had updated guides created and are now newly available for research.
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KEISER – A Sept. 9 Cotton Field Day will feature new research that could alter the way farmers in northeast Arkansas irrigate their cotton and other crops.
LITTLE ROCK – Attorney General Dustin McDaniel filed a consumer-protection lawsuit Tuesday against the makers of identification cards that are advertised as being “legally issued” or “required by law” even though there is nothing official about the cards.
LITTLE ROCK – Few consumers would turn away the opportunity to get paid to go shopping at department stores or dine at fine restaurants. That’s why it’s fairly common for consumers to fall victim to scams involving that type of job opportunity.
WASHINGTON - The Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality will use a $100,000 award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to analyze chemicals found in the state’s rivers, lakes and streams.
Army Reserve Col. Lynn Barden has retired from the U.S. Army Reserve after serving honorably for 34 years.
“Nature Nights,” noncredit community education courses in partnership with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, will be offered September through December at the University of Arkansas at Monticello College of Technology-McGehee.
The Central Arkansas Development Council at Fordyce is offering crisis intervention assistance to families in Dallas County with a utility bill shut-off notice.
LITTLE ROCK – Twenty-five counties in southern and southwest Arkansas could be subject to quarantine on the movement of firewood, ash nursery stock and ash logs in an effort to halt the spread of the emerald ash borer, state officials said Tuesday.
House of Levi recently awarded its 2014 scholarship to Richaundra Randle, a 2014 honor graduate of Pine Bluff High School. Randle will attend the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.