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Five things to know about signing up for health care coverage for 2015

By Bob Moos/Southwest public affairs officer for the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services If you don’t have health insurance through your job or a government program like Medicare…

Digital Photography Contest

Digital Photography Contest

The Arkansas Post National Memorial and Museum announced the winners of the Digital Photography Contest at a ceremony on December 1. The contest is held each year for amateur photographers…

DeWitt Lions Club Pancake Supper

DeWitt Lions Club Pancake Supper

By Shelly Faulkner The DeWitt Lions Club held their annual pancake supper Friday, December 5th at the First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. High school students in East Lab class helped…

Boozman Says Senate-Passage of Duck Stamp Bill “Good News for Arkansas”

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) called Senate passage of legislation to preserve wetlands and support future generations of duck hunters “good news for Arkansas.” The Federal Duck Stamp…

Around The County

There will be a meeting to plan a St. Charles High School Reunion for anyone that attended or graduated St. Charles High School. The meeting will be at the Bull…

Wolfe Family Recognized As Century Farm

Wolfe Family Recognized As Century Farm

The Arkansas Department of Agriculture designated the Frank Wolfe farm in Gillett as a Century Farm in a ceremony held at the Arkansas Poultry Federation in Little Rock November 19,…

THE ARKANSAS AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT RECOGNIZES CENTURY FARMS ACROSS THE STATE.

Arkansas Agriculture Department • #1 Natural Resources Drive, Little Rock, AR 72205 Phone: 501-683-4851 LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Agriculture Department announced today that 54 Arkansas farms will be designated…

Reid Hornbeck Kills Deer

Reid Hornbeck Kills Deer

Reid Hornbeck killed a 10- point buck and a doe November 25th. Reid is the 7- year old son of Elvis and Megan Mannis and RA and Jamie Hornbeck.…

Preparation, Education Key to Addressing Infectious Disease Outbreaks

By Sam Smith, MD, Surgeon in Chief, Arkansas Children’s Hospital It’s been a few weeks now since our nation experienced the first waves of fear about Ebola and how it…

Open Enrollment is Now Until February 15, 2015

Whatever you need, Arkansas Blue Cross is ready to help With a shorter time frame for people to shop for individual and family health insurance plans — on or off…