Winter hours begin at Wilson's Creek
The calendar won’t show for it for a couple of months, but winter begins at Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield on Sunday.
Winter hours of operation for the Battlefield begin Sunday. Tour Road hours will change to 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. effective Sunday, October 26, 2014. Visitor Center hours will remain at 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
An entry permit of $5.00 per adult or $10.00 per ...
Communities make pitch for new Arkansas prison
Several Arkansas cities and counties have submitted proposals to host a proposed $100 million prison that would house maximum-security inmates in the state.
Friday is the deadline for communities to submit paperwork if they want to be home to the new prison, which officials say is needed to accommodate the fast-growing inmate population. The Legislature must approve funding when it meets next year for the project ...
Slideshow: UAB vs. Arkansas; Homecoming in Fayetteville
The Arkansas Razorbacks battled the University of Birmingham Blazers for Homecoming Saturday in Fayetteville.
Congresswoman wants more Ebola-related restrictions
A Missouri Congresswoman wants the White House to make it even tougher to the U.S. from areas of Africa affected by Ebola. 4th District U.S. Rep. Vicky Hartzler is calling on the White House to do more.
This week, the Department of Homeland Security announced a set of travel restrictions on travelers coming from Ebola-stricken countries, with the requirement that all U.S.-bound travelers from those countries ...
Arkansas Senate hopefuls make nice in final ads
Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor and Republican Rep. Tom Cotton are trying to put a happy face on one of the most bitterly fought Senate races in the country, unveiling a new batch of positive TV ads as they head into the final days of the campaign.
Pryor's campaign on Friday announced four new television ads it would begin airing in the state, while Cotton's announced ...
Strong supply, but low prices for corn, soybeans
Corn and soybean farmers are seeing record yields, thanks to a cool, mild spring. But the downside of the strong supply is a dip in prices.
The Southeast Missourian (http://bit.ly/1t75s3Z ) reports that record-setting yields are being recorded. Agriculture experts say the result is more grain going to market - and lower return for farmers.
Storing grain is especially important this year. Some farmers want to sit ...