NEA Report to begin daily 4 PM newscast

Oct 18, 2017

Everyday day at 4 PM, Stan Morris Reporting will run through the top headlines of the day, including breaking news, weather, crime, and all of the stories the other news outlets don’t want to talk about. 

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NEA Economic Development Coalition planning for future success

Sep 29, 2017

PARAGOULD, Ark. – The Northeast Arkansas Economic Development Coalition, which consists of Craighead, Greene, Clay, Lawrence, Randolph and Poinsett counties, hosted a Civic Forum on Wednesday at the Paragould Community Center.

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Crawford comments on Trump tax reform

Sep 28, 2017

WASHINGTON – On Wednesday, the Trump Administration, the House Committee on Ways and Means, and the Senate Committee on Finance released a framework for their vision for tax reform. That frame work may be found here, and a one page overview may be found here.

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Boozman to undergo surgery next week

Aug 10, 2017

JONESBORO, Ark. – An Arkansas United States Senator will go under the knife next week, a release said. U.S. Senator John Boozman announced Thursday he will have surgery Tuesday at a Washington, D.C. area hospital, as a follow-up to a heart surgery he had in 2014. 

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Scheming scum still springing scams, sheriff says

May 11, 2017

MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. – A sheriff’s office in NEA is warning residents to be wary of phone and mail scams – a nuisance to most but to some, a serious financial threat. The Baxter County Sheriff’s Office said in the release everyday, they receive complaints of telephone and mail scams of the many varieties that re-appear

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61st Annual NEA Science Fair is Thursday

Mar 15, 2017

JONESBORO, Ark. – We love science and if you do too, you’ll love this. The Northeast Arkansas Regional Science Fair is hosting its 61st annual event Thursday. The public may view the projects from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Reng Student Union at A-State.

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High School Students Win Awards At 79th Annual A-State Communication Day

Mar 5, 2017

JONESBORO –– Greene County Tech High School won the top overall sweepstakes award at the 79th annual A-State Communication Day for Arkansas high school students Saturday at Arkansas State University. Watson Chapel High School placed second, Cave City High School came in third and Armorel High School took fourth. A total of 102 students competed

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