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Bigger and better! ASUMH/City of Mountain Home to unveil 15 new sculptures for Art Walk exhibit
Good news for Mountain Home art lovers! ASU-Mountain Home and the City of Mountain Home are set to unveil their newest editions to its new Art Walk in August. August’s unveiling will feature 15 whimsical metal works of art from celebrated Massachusetts artist Dale Rogers. The large-scale stainless steel and Cor-Ten steel sculptures will represent…
AEDC’s Rural Services Division awards $806K to 29 Arkansas communities
The Arkansas Economic Development Commission’s Division of Rural Services recently awarded grants totaling $806,125 to 29 Arkansas cities and counties. AEDC Executive Director Clint O’Neal, Director of Rural Services Becca Caldwell, and the Arkansas Rural Development Commission presented the grant awards during the 2024 Rural Development Conference, held May 21-23 at Oaklawn Event Center in…
Public comment on Arkansas ‘wet signature’ voting rule expected to start Friday
The 30-day public comment period related to a rule requiring “wet signatures” on Arkansas voter registration forms is expected to start Friday, following action by the state Board of Election Commissioners Wednesday. Commissioners offered minimal discussion before approving the proposed permanent rule, which mirrors an emergency rule the group and the state Legislature approved earlier…
Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance and Regional Food Banks address increase in food insecurity
The Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance, together with the six Arkansas Feeding America Food Banks – Arkansas Foodbank, Food Bank of North Central Arkansas, Food Bank of Northeast Arkansas, Harvest Regional Food Bank, Northwest Arkansas Food Bank, and River Valley Regional Food Bank – are concerned by the findings of the latest Map the Meal Gap…
Twin Lakes Community Foundation awards 27 grants to local nonprofits
The Twin Lakes Community Foundation, an affiliate of Arkansas Community Foundation, recently announced $41,467.00 in Giving Tree Grants for nonprofits in Baxter, Marion, Izard and Fulton Counties. These grant awards were presented on April 26, 2024, at Big Creek Golf and Country Club. The presentations were made by members of the Twin Lakes Community Foundation…
Gibson graduates from Crime Scene Technician Certificate Program
Marion County Sheriff Gregg Alexander announced Investigator Silas Gibson recently graduated from the 25th Session of the Crime Scene Technician Certificate Program (CSTCP) of the Criminal Justice Institute, a division of the University of Arkansas system. The program is a series of six fundamental courses that introduce vital components of crime scene investigation. Participants are…

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