WALNUT RIDGE, Ark. – For years before he was the mayor, Charles “Hammer Time” Snapp amassed an extensive duck call collection which is invaluable to enthusiasts.
Saturday, April 1, the duck call collection will be sold. Charles and Jackie Snapp are hosting a huge liquidation auction. Continue reading “April 1: Historic “Hammer Time” duck call auction”
POCAHONTAS, Ark. – The Imperial Dinner Theatre in Pocahontas is on a mission to get families out of the house, away from their smartphones, and around a table for a memorable night.
Featuring only quality entertainment suitable for the entire family, the Imperial is a non-profit group which brings culture and enriches the community in Pocahontas. Located across from Black River Technical College on Highway 304 East just as you come into town, the Imperial will be featuring “Annie the Musical” in April. Continue reading “Imperial Theatre offering discount to “Annie the Musical” in April”
GRUBBS, Ark. – A benefit fish fry is being organized for a family dealing with cancer.
George and Margie Ragsdale need your help. George has been diagnosed with cancer and the Michael Steele Morning Show on 95.9 The Wolf is trying to rally support.
“If you can, please join me April 22nd at the Grubbs Cafeteria for a benefit fish fry and raffle for some very important people, George and Margie Ragsdale,” Steele posted. Continue reading “April 22: Benefit Fish Fry at Grubbs Cafeteria”
JONESBORO, Ark. – Spring is right around the corner, and the City has already started several beautification projects in preparation for the influx of visitors traveling to Jonesboro with the warmer weather.
One great way to help keep Jonesboro looking great is to participate in the intersection adoption program. This program allows a business or individual to “adopt” one of 10 cloverleaf intersections along I-555. Your sponsorship pays for all the lawn care and maintenance that goes along with keeping these areas looking pristine. Continue reading “City beautification initiative seeks participants”
JONESBORO, Ark. – A second public meeting has been added for Jonesboro residents to discuss five potential pedestrian and bicycle trail projects for the city.
In addition to this week’s meeting at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, March 23, a second meeting has be scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Monday, April 3. Both meetings will be held in City Council chambers at the Municipal Center, 300 S. Church St. Continue reading “Second trails meeting announced”