Arkansas Public Broadcasting and the State Department of Education are working together to use the internet, by delivering lessons to school children during the rest of what would be a school year.
So many times this week, we have caught ourselves saying, ‘Whenever we get back to normal’, and the comment is followed by some great -fill-in-the blank notion, or something we miss a lot.
Three years ago, our high school son Ben was all excited about a new gaming system. “Christmas is coming! Do you think that I could have this new thing, the Switch?” It took a
Miss Texas Outstanding Teen 2020 Allie Graves of Texarkana wants you to get out and walk today, for those victims of child abuse.
Llama Friday: Stained Glass Llamas is this Friday, April 17th, 2:00 PM, live from the Discovery Place Interactive Museum, 215 Pine…
United Methodist Church has announced two more free meal pick-ups within Little River County for next week.
Have you been having some strange, weird, more unusual than usual dreams and nightmares, since we’ve been staying in and staying home? Well, you aren’t alone.
April 15th is normally the day that some of us stay up the night before, checking those shoeboxes for receipts, doing the paperwork, and writing a check to the Internal Revenue Service. Then we
Little River Memorial Hospital along with Memorial Medical Clinic will open a temporary drive-through testing site on Wednesday April 15, 2020 from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm to test for COVID-19 (coronavirus), in collaboration
National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week is this week, April 12th through 18th. Our hardworking dispatchers and public safety telecommunicators serve as a vital link between the community and fire, medical, and law enforcement agencies.