Williams Baptist University’s upper class business students recently attended a leadership conference in Jonesboro called Going Above and Beyond. Seven students, along with their business professors, took part in the event, sponsored by the Jonesboro Young Professionals Network (JYPN) on February 13th.
In their ruling, the Arkansas Supreme Court reversed the decision by the lower court and ordered Weeks back on the ballot.
A head-on wreck claimed two lives and injured two more Tuesday near Hoxie.
The President’s List includes those full-time students who achieved a perfect 4.0 grade point average, while the Dean’s List is comprised of those with at least a 3.5 GPA.
All individuals were awake and alert when they were being transported from the scene of the accident.
There’s still hope that Judge Adam Weeks’ campaign for circuit judge can prevail after news from the state Supreme Court on Monday.
Pamela Meridith, director of library services at Williams Baptist University, has been named to the State Library Board.
Good news for Walnut Ridge is being touted by the city in a press release.
A murder suicide happened in November, the sheriff’s office announced on Jan. 7.
Judge Adam Weeks was ordered taken off the ballot after the issue was raised of misdemeanors when he was 18.