BLYTHEVILLE, Ark. – After a candidate for county judge in Mississippi County sent donuts to county offices with his campaign literature attached, he ended up […]
Beginning today, Dyess Colony and the Johnny Cash Boyhood Home will be a bee hive of activity with the opening of the 2018 Johnny Cash Heritage Festival.
The case originated by a hotline call to the Arkansas State Police child abuse hotline.
The lethal use of force in an incident which left the police K-9 Hemi killed has been ruled justified by the prosecutor.
The son of Johnny and June Carter Cash and the grandson of Maybelle Carter, he carries on the family tradition of creativity and music.
The festival will be held Oct. 18-20 (Thursday through Saturday) in Dyess.
Lawshea is one of four defendants charged with the murders of Bahadur “Bob” Dhillion, 62, and Anthony Tramble, 57, during a robbery of the Cherry Tree convenience store in Blytheville on November 5, 2016.
A call for proposals has been issued by Arkansas State University Heritage Sites and The Historic Dyess Colony: Johnny Cash Boyhood Home for a symposium as part of the 2018 Johnny Cash Heritage Festival, Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 18-20, in Dyess.