The flu is an inevitable part of fall and winter, but aspects of the flu change each year, including the vaccine and the when and where to get the flu shot. Here is a quick breakdown of everything to know this flu season. When is flu season, and when should I get my shot?… Read More What’s New This Flu Season?
MUSIC REVIEW Made in America (2019) by Tracy Lawrence Arkansas is home to a long tradition of craftsmanship. From blacksmiths to musicians, from the nationally-renowned to local heroes, from ye olde days to the present, Arkansas is proud of all the creators who have drawn inspiration from her mountains, forests and rivers over the years.… Read More Arkansas Craftsmanship
By JESSIE SMITH City Editor Parks Dept. Works to Finish Baseball Fields During the regular Foreman City Council meeting on Oct. 21 at the Foreman Community Center, Mayor Bill Harp announced that the State Forestry Commission had donated a 500-gallon tanker trunk and a 1,500-watt generator to the Foreman Volunteer Fire Department. The department’s current… Read More Foreman Fire Department Receives Tanker, Generator
On November 4, candidates traveled to Little Rock to file for the 2020 elections in the traditional start to the election period. Party filing began at noon, and nonpartisan filing followed at 3 p.m. Normally, the filing period would end exactly a week later, but since November 11 is Veterans Day, this year’s filing period… Read More 2020 Election Filing Period Started Monday
Two Stories Show What the Nation Honors on This Day By JESSIE SMITH City Editor On November 11, the United States will take a moment to remember and honor the many veterans who have served the nation in the past and the veterans who are currently serving. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, about 974… Read More Little River County Celebrates Veterans Day
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Rick A. Hawley was arraigned in Circuit Court Oct. 29 on two counts of Second Degree Sexual Assault. Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Al Smith said both victims were female and minors. Halwey is held in Little River Jail in lieu of $100,000 bail. “One of the allegations is alleged to have occurred in July and the… Read More Man Arraigned On Sexual Assault of Minors
Deer Season The modern gun deer season for Little River County — Zones 14 and 15 — runs from Nov. 9 to Dec. 8. Quail Season For the entire state, quail season runs from Nov. 1 to Feb. 2. Waterfowl Seasons The first duck, coot and merganser season is Nov. 23–Dec. 2. The second white-fronted… Read More What to Look for in November
By JESSIE SMITH City Editor During the Oct. 21 regular Foreman City Council meeting, the council and Mayor Bill Harp discussed a $200,000 grant to help fund a new sewage treatment system for the city in the future. Currently, Foreman uses a Rock Reed Filter sewage treatment system. “Back in the day, the health department… Read More Foreman City Council Looks Into New Sewage Treatment System
By JESSIE SMITH City Editor Noble Oaks Farm finished up this year’s annual fall festival on October 27, a time for family even before the holiday season of Thanksgiving and Christmas. After six years of putting on the month-long fall festival, owner Janet Noble said this year was a little different. “Everybody was happier,” Noble… Read More Four-Generation Texarkana Farm Wraps Up Another Fall Festival