February 24, 2018

Oklahoma in urgent need of blood donors

A winter storm that affected Oklahoma this week is impacting its blood supply, and Arkansas Blood Institute is asking donors of all blood types to give as soon as possible to help the neighboring state.

NPTC students present at state Capitol

LITTLE ROCK -- National Park Technology Center advertising and graphic design students were invited to attend the inaugural Career and Technical Education Showcase at the Arkansas state Capitol in early February.

Church celebrates 150 years

Roanoke Missionary Baptist Church first opened its doors 150 years ago and will be celebrating its landmark anniversary on Sunday, joined by member of Kings Highway Missionary Baptist Church of Pine Bluff.

A national crisis

Dear editor: When the idea for choosing presidential candidates through the political primary method was begun, I was all for it. After this past year, when GOP primaries served up to us our current president, I am not so sure any more. The old "smoke-filled room" of yesteryear is looking better as every day passes. There is no way that the Republican Party's smoke filled-rooms of yesteryears would have put on their ticket such a ...

Entertaining QNC residents

Hot Springs Women's Welcome Club Nursing Home Committee entertained residents at Quapaw Nursing Center with a "sing along" of old favorite and gospel songs, and presented birthday remembrances to January birthday celebrants.