Quitman Public Schools will soon see upgrades after residents approved a 2.5-mill increase Tuesday night.
Hundreds gathered together to celebrate the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the annual prayer breakfast on Friday hosted by the University of Central Arkansas.
The University of Central Arkansas’s Baum Gallery will host an exhibition titled, “Fired Up in the Natural State: Contemporary Ceramics,” Jan. 23 to Feb. 14.
During the 2019 year, officials with the Camp Robinson Maneuver Training Center issued more than 21 noise alerts to the general public and around six prescribed burn alerts.
After an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD), Aquapark LLC – doing business as Wild River Country in Little Rock, Arkansas – has paid $5,559 in civil money penalties to resolve child labor work hours violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
Arkansas Federal Credit Union announced the promotion of Jad Malek to senior vice president/chief retail officer. Malek joined Arkansas Federal in 2018 as vice president of retail operations.
Mainstream Technologies, Inc. announced it received the MSPAlliance Cyber Verify Risk Assurance Rating for Managed Services and Cloud Providers. Cyber Verify is designed to provide consumers greater transparency and assurance when it comes to the cyber security practices of those providers.
Editor’s note: At the request of the Reader Advisory Board, the Log Cabin Democrat will help residents better understand city/county departments and their roles in the community. This article takes a look at the city’s transportation department.
A Conway attorney has filed suit against Pulaski County officials and is asking for clarification on whether lawyers are considered officers of the court after he was barred from a court facility while carrying a handgun earlier this month.
Forty high school seniors took an oath to respectively and confidentially handle cases involving their peers as they officially joined the 20th Judicial District’s 2020 Teen Court program Monday night.
The University of Central Arkansas was one of hundreds of universities to receive a silver seal award in honor of achieving a student voting rate between 30-39 percent.
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Conway Corp Safety and Emergency Management Director Tony Van Pelt has earned the credential of Certified Utility Safety Professional (CUSP) with an endorsement in transmission and distribution from the Utility Safety and Ops Leadership Network.
The Conway City Council will discuss buying property, accepting bids, a private club permit and more during its regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Judge “Jack” Roberts District Court Building.
A Faulkner County man accused of asking a close, underage family member for sexual favors was ordered Friday to remain behind bars until his jury trial for reportedly violating a no contact order.
Tami Mitchell-Davis, daughter of Jo Ann Mitchell and the late G.W. “Dub” Mitchell of Conway, will wed Stephen Elliot Marsh, son of Ron and Carol Marsh of Jonesboro, on May 30, 2020.
The Conway Board of Education will discuss a student and hear a presentation of the district’s Facilities Master Plan during its regular meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the administration building.
MAYFLOWER — With the community’s support and money raised during the school’s annual fall festival fundraising event, the Mayflower Elementary School officially unveiled its book vending machine Friday morning.
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