From Conway Police Department reports
With the annual white-tailed deer rut beginning to decline across most of the state, many hunters are beginning to trade in their deer rifles for duck guns, but there’s still plenty of time left to claim a spot in Arkansas’s deer hunting honor roll by completing the Triple Trophy Award.
Following the annual Christmas in the Park event in Mayflower on Saturday, residents are encouraged to attend Holiday Cheer at Queens Manor.
The public is invited to a multi-pronged event in Mayflower to support the Community Engaged Volunteer Reading Initiative, which includes the Reading Buddy Program.
This Saturday marks the first time in Arkansas history that members of the armed services and veterans will have a special day in the wetlands chasing ducks and geese. The Special Active Duty Military and Veteran Waterfowl Hunt will take place alongside Arkansas’s Special Youth Waterfowl Hun…
The Faulkner County Election Commission set a range of coding/programming fees for school, municipal and special elections and clarified the election official pay during a called meeting Wednesday.
Bikers from throughout Arkansas will be riding to Conway on Saturday, Dec. 14 for the 19th annual Conway Regional Toy Run. “No child should be in the hospital without a toy,” says Steve “Painter” Polk, who founded the toy run in 2000. More than 100 bikers delivered toys in 2018.
Community leaders and Arkansas Department of Human Services representatives came together Monday to tour the Polar Express route and judge the annual display competition.
QUITMAN — Small-town officials approved a resolution that supports a would-be constitutional amendment that would make permanent a half-percent sales tax for highways and roadways and upped the Quitman city attorney’s pay for 2020.
The Faulkner County Election Commission will draw for the 2020 primary election ballot, clarify election official pay and set a range of coding/programming fees for school, municipal and special elections during a called meeting at 2 p.m. Wednesday.
Gift cards may be a popular holiday gift for family and friends, but don’t be tricked into believing they are a way to pay taxes. During National Tax Security Awareness Week, the IRS urges taxpayers to protect themselves from fraud. Thousands of people have lost millions of dollars and their…
Seven years ago, New York's 92nd Street Y, in partnership with the United Nations Foundation, came up with a simple idea to encourage people to do good and give to others.
The annual Illuminate ceremony was a hit again this year as crowds gathered into downtown Conway to celebrate the lighting of the giant tree at Rogers Plaza.
Conductor, BioVentures, UAMS, and Arkansas INBRE are collaborating for the fourth year to host a weeklong camp for undergraduate and graduate students from across the state. The camp is an intensive program that focuses on catalyzing innovative ways to solve problems in healthcare and equips…
A subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources (NYSE: NEE) and Entergy Arkansas (NYSE: ETR) today announced the start of construction of Arkansas’ largest universal, utility-scale solar energy project – the Chicot Solar Energy Center. The Chicot Solar Energy Center, when complete, will be bigger t…
The Ola and John Hawks Senior Wellness and Activity Center has expanded its biggest fundraiser of the year – the center’s annual pancake breakfast, silent auction and bake sale.
With the first two weeks of modern gun deer season behind us, Arkansas hunters have checked more than 140,000 deer throughout the state — and there’s still plenty of time to get out and participate.
It’s been one week since 22-year-old University of Central Arkansas student Hannah Hagerman took home the title of Miss UCA 2020 during the annual scholarship pageant at Reynolds Performance Hall.
Editor’s note: The Log Cabin Democrat is taking a deeper look at Faulkner County’s juvenile court system, its successes with the risk assessment tool now mandated across the state through Act 152 and other related juvenile justice reform topics. This is the 12th story in the series.
The Conway Human Development Center will hold its fifth annual Polar Express event this week, allowing the community to tour its campus, ride the Old Century Flyer and participate in reindeer games.
As authorities continue investigating the shooting incidents that occurred Nov. 2, detectives are looking to review data on two cell phones in an effort to identify suspects.
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- All are encouraged to board CHDC's Polar Express
- Polar Express boarding for two days at CHDC
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