LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson began clearing the way for the limited reopening of businesses, churches, parks and other establishments in the state through several announcements he made over the week in efforts to bring some sort of normalcy back to the people of Arkansas.
LITTLE ROCK – Longtime Randolph County District Court Judge John Throesch resigned on Friday after acknowledging he would have faced judicial discipline charges following an investigation into his
POCAHONTAS – Eric Michael Thomas, 22, of Pocahontas, has been charged with one count of rape, a Class Y felony, from an incident that occurred two to three years ago involving a minor victim.
POCAHONTAS – The Black River Technical College Board of Trustees approved the budget for fiscal year 2021 during a special, virtual meeting held Wednesday, April 22.
POCAHONTAS – All too often the life accomplishments of the elderly go largely unnoticed – inadvertently escaping even the remotest of one’s thoughts and attention in their busy day-to-day life.