7:10 a.m. in Clark County at Arkadelphia, tree down near the intersection of Highway 67 and Highway 51. 7:20 a.m. in Hot Spring County, one mile north-northwest of De Gray Lake, trees and power lines down near the intersection of Highway 128 and Highway 7
Among the ballot issues that we will face in the Nov. 4 general election are three constitutional amendments referred from the General Assembly's regular session of 2013. That's the maximum number allowed per session, which is probably one of the best restrictions of all in our 1874 Constitution.
Editor's note: Maylon Rice has 40 years of experience working as a newspaper reporter, columnist and editor at several Arkansas newspapers. He ran, unsuccessfully for the Arkansas House of Representatives in 2012.
100 years ago Oct. 3, 1914 ARKADELPHIA -- If scores of letters from practically every county in the state to the Arkadelphia Milling Company relative to seed wheat is indicative of the growth of a new agricultural industry in Arkansas, the farmers of this state are going to solve the cotton question in the next year.
A dream for New Life Church became a reality this semester when the church partnered with Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia. OBU at NLC, as it is called, allows students to receive an Associate of Arts degree that consists of 61 liberal arts hours.
Among the ballot issues we will face in the Nov. 4 general election are three constitutional amendments referred from the General Assembly's regular session of 2013. That's the maximum number allowed per session, which is probably one of the best restrictions of all in our 1874 Constitution.
SUBMITTED PHOTO Chapter 34 Arkansas Colonial Dames of America recently met in Camden, Ark., members are : Barbara Battles Rhodes, Arkadelphia; Teresa Clark, Hot Springs Village; Jean Mayo Hirsch, Camden; Nell White, Hot Springs Village; Mary Reid Warner, Chapter president, Hot Springs Village; MarJo Dill, Pine Bluff; Dorothy Wilks, Stuttgart; : Frankie Oschner, Peggy Ward Vandenberg and Mary Reinhart, Hot Springs; Betty Littlejohn Harp, North Little Rock; and Virginia Wood Frost, Camden. Not pictured Diane Newton and Jackie Downs, both of Conway.