It is a story that stretches back more than 1,200 years in Arkansas, and it started with a letter. In 1876, Mary Eliza Knapp wrote to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., to report a curious find on her property near Scott in Lonoke County, one which sparked a sensation in the area.
Lately, we have been receiving several calls about a curious phenomenon occurring in many White County yards. It seems there are many tree limbs from hardwood trees that tend to look as though they have been cut off and fall to the ground. Believe it or not this damage is caused by an insect…
When we say that someone or something is the one and only, we are saying there can be no other. A good example of this is that my wife, Melissia, is my one and only wife and there is no other. In the Holy Scriptures, we see that Jesus is the One and Only and that no one can compare to Him. T…
Four-star Gen. Colin Powell passed away Monday. Gen. Powell served as national security adviser under President Ronald Reagan, as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton and as secretary of state in the administration of President George W. Bu…
In Galatians 5:22, the second fruit of the spirit listed is joy. Let’s consider ways to incorporate joy into our daily lives.
Anna Roussel (left), a senior mass communications and political science double major from Searcy, was third runner-up on Ouachita Baptist University’s 2021 homecoming court. Also pictured is (continuing from left) second runner-up Emily McMaster of Texarkana, Queen Erica Dixon of Arkadelphia…
Beebe Early Childhood students honored by school board
Victor C. Kays was born in Illinois in 1882. Through his efforts, the small agricultural school in Jonesboro would grow to become one of the most important universities in Arkansas and across the South. Kays would become the man who would build Arkansas State University.
Many people love to cook but don’t like the cleanup afterward. Some recipes require multiple pots and bowls to create. Jambalaya is a perfect example of a one-pot dish. Today, let’s take a look at another type of labor-saving dish, the Casserole.
It seems to be generally true that as one gets older, the habit of reminiscing develops. Looking back seems to be a function of getting closer to the final curtain. The closer the latter, the more of the former one indulges in. In that regard, I indulge in an optimistic amount.
Beebe High School Air Force Junior ROTC cadets Courtney Berner, Halle Hardin and Sage Everest-Fukino present their mission brief Monday night and are honored by the Beebe School Board for their service. Also pictured is board President Clay Goff (second from left).
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