JONESBORO — For the second year straight, Arkansas’ winter wheat farmers have set a state average yield record, getting 63 bushels per acre in 2014, one bushel per acre above the previous record, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service.
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LITTLE ROCK – When considering a vehicle purchase, consumers may choose to invest in a new car in hopes that a new vehicle may be more reliable than a used one.
LITTLE ROCK – As consumers consider their insurance options and health-care needs for the upcoming year, some may be surprised to learn that insurance companies may utilize mail-order pharmacies to fill beneficiaries’ prescriptions.
The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff will host a financial literacy training Wednesday, Nov. 12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Henderson-Young Hall business building.
The senior class at Dollarway High School recently visited the Arkansas State Capitol and met with Gov. Mike Beebe. The purpose of the visit was to bring awareness to seniors about how government functions and the importance of voting.
LITTLE ROCK — With cooler temperatures and colorful forests beckoning, many people are taking to Arkansas’ woodlands to hunt, fish or go camping. The one thing they should take with them is this message — don’t bring firewood.
The Arkansas Civil Rights Hertiage Trail will honor 10 Arkansas Healthcare Pioneers, including two from Pine Bluff.
Seventeen students were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa during the fall semester induction ceremony at Southeast Arkansas College recently. The speaker was Nancy Ryburn, psychology instructor at SEARK. Membership is open to SEARK students who have completed at least 12 semester credit hours and earned a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 in a two-year degree program.
Lewis Hinkle of Pine Bluff was a winning exhibitor in the open poultry show at the Arkansas State Fair at Little Rock recently.
The Family Community Development Corp., 1001 N. Palm St., will host a fundraiser and monthly meeting this week.