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La-T-Da Boutique Opens in DeWitt

La-T-Da Boutique Opens in DeWitt

By Terrye Seamon In the words of Maria in Westside Story, “I feel pretty, oh so pretty. I feel pretty and witty and bright.” Now the women of DeWitt have…

Phillips Community College Foundation Receives Grant for Grand Prairie Center

Phillips Community College Foundation announces that it is among a select group of regional presenters to receive a Mid-America Arts Alliance Regional Touring Program (RTP) grant. This award will support…

DeWitt Lions Club Donates to Dana’s House

DeWitt Lions Club donated a $1,000.00 from the club’s pool concession fund to Dana’s House to assist in the restoration process since its recent fire. Making the presentation to Jennifer…

Bobby Bare Looks Forward To Johnny Cash Music Festival

Bobby Bare Looks Forward To Johnny Cash Music Festival

By: Jim Bessman Photo By Beth Gwinn Bobby Bare wanted to appear at last year’s Johnny Cash Music Festival, but he was already booked by the time the date was…

Germs Pose Biggest Risk when Pets Bite Kids

Some of our happiest childhood memories tend to include family pets. Whether a sweet dog that belonged to Mom and Dad before the addition of children or a hamster that…

Museum Holds Picture Day and Spring Festival

On Saturday, March 29th, Arkansas Post Museum State Park will hold a Picture Day from 9 am until 4 pm. On this day, the museum will be offering to digitize…

St. Charles News

By: Margaret Aycock 870-282-8030 jaymara@hughes.net GOOD MORNING! GOOD MORNING! Can you folks believe that I said that? I AM NOT A MORNING PERSON. I always say that I have never…

Gillett News

By Darla Grantham Gillett EHC Holds March Meeting The Gillett Extension Homemakers Club held its March meeting on Tuesday, March 18, at The Paddy in Gillett with seven people present…

Kevin’s Korner

Kevin’s Korner

By Kevin Brown Photo By Scott Wood My political POV… If Bozo the Clown Were President What is satire? Satire’s the truth toned down. –Anonymous If Bozo the Clown were…

Hemingway Pfeiffer Museum and Educational Center
to Sponsor a Short Story Writing Contest

Hemingway Pfeiffer Museum and Educational Center
to Sponsor a Short Story Writing Contest

The Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Educational Center (HPMEC) is sponsoring a short story writing contest. The contest is open to all Arkansas college students at the undergraduate level. Any major may…