“Why do you complain, Jacob? Why do you say, Israel, ‘My way is hidden from the LORD; my cause is disregarded by my God’? Do you not know? Have you not heard? The LORD is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth. He will not grow tired or weary, and his understanding no one …
My fascination with the documentary genre led me to the film “Class Action Park.” This is a riveting story about “Action Park,” a New Jersey theme park operated by businessman Eugene Mulvihill. The park was described as the kind of place that a kid could be free, in the end, it mirrored more…
Clinton Drug is still providing the great service that you have come to expect but with a few new faces. Clinton Drug was purchased by Michael Butler in February of 2018. Mr. Butler brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in the pharmaceutical business. With the Clinton location being on…
Dear Athletic Support: I have been a sports fanatic my whole life. Football, basketball, baseball, golf, hockey – you name it and I’ve always loved the competition. When I was younger, I played all these sports. Now, I mainly just watch them from an athletic position on my couch! Playing for…
Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced a significant shift in the state’s coronavirus response in a special COVID-19 update at the State Capitol on Friday.
The Arkansas State Legislature passed three bills that address controversial political topics this week as part of a push by both chambers to clear the backlog of bills that accumulated while the legislature was in recess due to the winter storms which hit Arkansas two weeks ago.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — A week of record-low temperatures may leave its mark on Arkansas’ fire ant populations, but don’t look for the cold to have reduced fly or tick numbers, Kelly Loftin, extension entomologist for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, said Friday.
BrrrIt is cold out side at Scotland. We left the water dripping at the cafeteria but the water froze and the pipes burst. Now we have to see what has to be fixed. It was 3 degrees a couple of mornings. We also have drains and water lines frozen at the Burns house. Thanks to good neighbors an…
It’s officially been over a year since the COVID-19 pandemic hit and caused us all so many worries, concerns, and hardships. Awhile back I asked you to try to turn those negatives into positives and this is a life skill that we need to practice not just during times of crisis but with everyd…
First of all, we hope and pray that you are all doing good after the snow storm we have had. Today I want to look at a powerful man of God and how his story can relate to ours. In the book of Acts they are having a conflict about the distribution of food, so the disciples decide to choose 7 …
Coming to terms with record-setting snow and low temperatures last week brought a number of challenges to county entities. The Monday-morning report, however, shows that the county, while damage was suffered and some is still being repaired, made it through the cold.
Eve Henderson at the One Stop Health Shop has been educating fellow citizens on the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle for the past twenty years, but the lifestyle of eating properly and using natural supplements and vitamins goes much farther back for her.
Dear Athletic Support: I’ve attended a lot of youth games, from peewee to high school. While most parents and grandparents are encouraging, there are always a few who seem to take their passion a bit too far. They holler at the refs, which is bad enough. But even worse, they direct negative …
From the workers clearing our roads to the utility employees doing their best to keep houses warm, we want to extend our deepest appreciation to our essential workers this week.
The COVID-19 death toll in the U.S. topped 500,000 Monday, all but matching the number of Americans killed in World War II, Korea and Vietnam combined.
By this time of year, my longtime friend and fellow organic gardener Lalla Ostergren used to be highly excited about the imminent beginnings of the planting season. She would have dozens of seedlings on her window sills, ready to go out in the garden when, in her opinion, the perfect time ha…
The Arkansas State Legislature hasn’t convened in person in more than a week due to the unprecedented winter storms which hit communities across the state over the past week.
There are 25 proposed constitutional amendments filed in the House and 18 in the Senate. The deadline to file proposed amendments was February 10. Proposals range from creating a citizens commission on minimum wage to tort reform.
CLINTON-A generous local donor who wishes to remain anonymous has offered to match donations to The CALL in Van Buren County up to $2,500 each month in January, February and March.
- Yesterdays 3/5/21
- Science experiments
- Guy-Perkins to host virtual town hall next week
- Police beat 3/5/21
- Arkansas panel OKs proposed overhaul of Medicaid expansion
- By slimmest of margins, Senate takes up $1.9T relief bill
- Arkansas governor, court split on vaccine eligibility order
- Court raises bar for some immigrants to avoid deportation
- New businesses open in Conway
- Police beat 2/27/21
- Snow-covered blessings
- Proposed overhaul of Arkansas Medicaid expansion unveiled
- Student shot at Arkansas junior high school
- Police beat 3/2/21
- Charges after Sheriff makes traffic stop
- Police beat 3/3/21
- After big Alabama win, Arkansas refocuses on LSU
- Conway's inspirational team manager scores first points of career
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