COVID-19 continues to impact regularly scheduled events in NEA with the cancellation of the Beatles at the Ridge festival in Walnut Ridge
22 positive cases in a single nursing facility in Lawrence County were announced by a state representative on Thursday.
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.
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.
Many cities in NEA ranked well in the newest city rankings released by HomeSnacks, including for safety and best place to retire.
Although we don’t expect police will be able to confirm anything tonight, we’ve already figured it out – Spencer Langston is in jail in the middle of Missouri.
It made for a mild Halloween scare that fortunately only came with a chilly walk in the cold temperatures to the warm cafeteria.
A host of activities, from basketball to a theatre production, are lined up for this year’s homecoming.
Williams Baptist University will soon give students a chance to work their way through college, with the potential to graduate debt-free.