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Education Notebook: Barfoot joins Aiken County Commission for Higher Education
Johnson & Johnson, a Fortune 500 company, recently awarded USC Aiken a $25,000 grant to enhance instruction in the School of Nursing's simulation labs and help strengthen the university's relationship with Aiken Regional Medical Centers. The funds from the ... read more
REVISITED: Faces & Places in Calhoun County
Faces and Places in Calhoun County is a 100-day series from 2015 highlighting the history and people of Calhoun County. Follow along daily to learn how the county’s history led to the great place it is today and to go inside the lives of past and present ... read more
Charged With a Crime? Better Check Your Facebook Pictures
Earlier this year, the realms of law and new media collided when Lori Drew was hit with federal charges for creating a fake MySpace page and harassing a neighboring teenager, who then committed suicide. In another case of courtrooms v. technology ... read more
Memorial Day speaker tells Osage Centre crowd to pass down stories of veterans
Ferrell is a former Cape Girardeau County prosecuting attorney who visited Iraq twice ... quoting men such as General Norman Schwarzkopf and retired Army officer Van Thurman Barfoot, commemorating their service and exemplifying what they did for their ... read more
Cards select four pitchers on first day of draft
With their first pick Thursday in this year’s MLB draft, the Cardinals selected a polished college pitcher from a major program who has a wily changeup, then used their next pick, seven spots later, to nab a high school pitcher with promise and a college ... read more
Cheers and Jeers: Rum and Coke FRIDAY!
Angry defectors have returned to join our chorus of Democratic voices until they can be tracked down and jailed for desertion. And the carpets are as clean as they're gonna get. And yet...it is not over. I know what you're saying (via U.S. News & World ... read more
Stories for June 2010
the Arkansas Economic Development Commission announced Wednesday. posted: 06/30/2010 8:35 a.m. Police say a Faulkner County Circuit Judge David Clark and a Conway Parks Department worker engaged in an altercation following a traffic encounter. The worker ... read more
Stories for April 2014
posted: 04/30/2014 12:02 p.m. A judge in Washington County has combined two lawsuits that question whether the University of Arkansas has to pay taxes on more than $10 million of real and personal property to the county and the Fayetteville School District. read more
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