Kidz HQ Outreach of Pine Bluff recently announced its sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be available to all children free at these sites and times:
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Arkansas’ rain-saturated ground is presenting a wait-and-see game for woodland owners, according to forestry experts with the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.
The Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences and the Arts at Hot Springs recently held its commencement for 102 graduates.
The Arkansas First Jurisdiction Church of God in Christ will sponsor the fifth annual Auxiliaries in Ministry convention Monday through Friday, June 8-12, at the Pine Bluff Convention Center. Delegates represent more than 100 churches in cities from Blytheville to Dumas.
Farmers and landowners have until Thursday, July 2, to submit applications for funding to implement conservation practices through three Regional Conservation Partnership Program projects.
About $30 million is available to help farmers conduct value-added activities for fiscal 2015, said Henry English, head of the Small Farm Program at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. The application deadline is Tuesday, July 7.
The large amounts of rainfall that Jefferson County has experienced in recent weeks means more breeding grounds for mosquitoes.
To honor World No Tobacco on Sunday, May 31, Stamp Out Smoking is joining forces with the World Health Organization and partners to focus on ending the harms caused by the illicit trade of tobacco products throughout the world.
Couples need to take proper precautions to avoid having their weddings turn into a big pay day for con artists posing as vendors.
The Central Park Neighborhood Watch Group will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 2, at Immanuel Baptist Church, 16th Avenue and Hickory Street. All residents are welcome to attend.