An additional inflow of water has pushed the elevation of Lake Ouachita to 585.1 feet above mean sea level, leading the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to close more campsites and amenities around the lake.
From left, Emma Cheatham, 6, Samantha Runyon, 6, Addison Neal, 6, and Caroline Malone, 6, practice a ballet routine during their Dance City Studio class Thursday.
HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE -- The Hot Springs Village Police Department will continue the National Traffic Safety Administration's annual Click It or Ticket program through May 31.
Even though the cool, wet weather has slowed farm and garden production, the selection at the Hot Springs Farmers & Artisans Market continues to grow. Each week, organizers are seeing more of both long-standing and ...
Daryl Wedwick's "Yellow Flowers" is just one sampling of the many artworks showing as part of the "Out of the Blue" exhibit at Barbara Cade's Blue Rock Studio and Gallery, 262 Hideaway Hills Drive on ...
HOOVER, Ala. -- Arkansas used two homers in the ninth inning -- including a go-ahead, two-run shot by Bobby Wernes -- to beat Florida 7-6 Wednesday night into Thursday in the Southeastern Conference tournament.
ARKADELPHIA -- The Henderson State University Board of Trustees Thursday approved a 3.25-percent increase in tuition and fees for the 2015-16 fiscal year.
Flavor of the Park, The Greater Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce's annual food showcase, will be held from 6-8 p.m. June 4 at the Exchange Street Parking Plaza in historic downtown Hot Springs, and tickets are now on sale!
FAYETTEVILLE -- Though stranding more passengers than a New York-New Jersey traffic jam, the Arkansas Razorbacks' hitters unquestionably grabbed Late-Late Show top billing for their Academy Award-type heroics at the Southeastern Conference baseball tournament in Hoover, Ala.
Dear editor: The American historian, Thomas Frank, author of "What's the Matter with Kansas?" (2004), began observing and writing about American politics as a Republican college student, but later changed his political affiliation to the Democratic Party. Frank says in his book, "The Wrecking Crew: How Conservatives Rule" (2008), that "bad government is the natural product of rule by those who believe that government is bad."
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Lakeside Middle School student Grant Viscardis, back, presents gear from special agent Joseph Mahoney during the school's inaugural Job Fair, held May 13 to educate seventh-graders about job opportunities in their future. The fair was hosted by the Tools for Learning class and facilitated by Melissa Ellis.
Decoration Day at Oma Cemetery Decoration Day will be held at Oma Cemetery, on Amity Road, Sunday. Everyone is welcome to attend, place flowers on graves, then stay and visit with each other. Please honor all veterans by placing a flag on their graves.