As Christians, we need to examine ourselves by studying the scriptures as discussed in 2 Corinthians 13:5: “Examine yourselves to see whether you are in the faith; test yourselves. Do you not realize that Christ Jesus is in you – unless, of course, you fail the test?”
The early years of the United States include tales of many daring explorers. One of these figures was Benjamin Louis Eulalie de Bonneville, a Frenchmen by birth who immigrated to the United States and eventually made Arkansas his home. Bonneville gave Americans a much clearer view of the Roc…
The city of Searcy hosted an old-fashioned Independence Day celebration this year with a variety of activities scheduled, including a rollicking doubleheader concert that combined had something to satisfy even the most discriminating music fan’s taste.
For many gardeners, the winter event we had in February was devastating to their figs. The fig harvest will be lowered due to the winter damage. However, they are rebounding and the plant itself does a remarkable job of overcoming the freeze damage. Hopefully, next season our figs will be bo…
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Enrollment for general educational development classes is open at the Arkansas State University-Beebe Adult Education centers, on the Beebe, Searcy, and Heber Springs campuses, as well as the Augusta Public Library and the Westside High School in Greers Ferry.
The 1880s and 1890s saw the rise of some of the most notorious criminals in American history, mostly riding the dusty trails of the West. One of the most infamous was the Dalton Gang, made up of outlaws from Kansas, Oklahoma and Arkansas. The Dalton Gang, a notorious group made up of a group…
Searcy Lions Club Secretary Cheri Yecke (right) presents Bob Simpson with a plaque after he was named Lion of the Decade for his service to the club, serving as the club secretary for 25 years. The club also held its 2021-22 new officer installation June 29. New officers include President Al…
Deena M. Reynolds of the Frederick Van Patten Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution holds her son, Sam, as they watch her acknowledgement as the Outstanding Junior Member of Arkansas on July 1 during the virtual 130th Continental Congress in Washington, D.C. Reynolds holds a st…
Prayers and best wishes for a speedy recovery go out to one of our favorites, Mark Chesnutt, who is facing immediate back surgery (perhaps already has occurred). His surgery figures to keep him off the road for the remainder of July, August and the first part of September. All in all, the su…
Arkansas Hospice, the state’s largest nonprofit provider of hospice services, will host a volunteer training session in Searcy on July 31, for anyone wanting to learn about the organization and its volunteer opportunities.
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