“We had been denying access to students based on a strict interpretation of ACT scores that our peers have not been using. We believe this will create greater access to our university.” – Chancellor Kelly Damphousse
24 hours before a double murder, the killer went to the store to buy a gun and was denied due to a background check. Talmadge Pendergrass bought the gun for him anyway – immediately.
Jonesboro resident Camilla Ballard was presented with the Arkansas Recreation and Parks Volunteer of the Year award this week at the association’s state banquet in Rogers.
You might not realize when you’re driving by Futrell’s Pharmacy on Broadway Street in Pocahontas that you’re driving by significant history.
James Key Chambless, 19, of Lonoke, learned on Oct. 23 no charges will be filed against him in the case ASU 2017-0142, a prosecutor’s letter confirms.
NEA Baptist scored the highest marks in the unbiased study, receiving an “A” for the Fall, 2017 reporting period. It was the only hospital in Northeast Arkansas to receive this grade.