The program at Pulaski Tech offers fun summer learning for kids 11-18. Classes will be offered in visual arts, acting, singing, dance, video game design, digital media, digital photography, creative writing, team work, and leadership.
The position will also manage the city's welcome gates and downtown area.
Through SAU’s Rankin College of Business’ Enactus organization, students raised money to purchase a complete desktop computer, a new playground for the children, and money towards a new ice machine for the Southern Christian Mission
It's true, we need sunlight. It gives off Vitamin D and has a beneficial effect on our mood, however UV rays are responsible for several types of skin cancer and sunburn.
Schools across the state are putting the program to use that helps Arkansans with intellectual and developmental disabilities make friends.
Officials working to transition program participants to other facilities.
Cities across the region look for ways to expand and some say building skyscrapers is one way to do it.
Annie E. Casey Foundation study says that when children cannot be with their families and are placed in foster care, it is important that they are placed with a family and not in a residential facility or institution.
Monday night, about 80 parents and citizens signed up to speak on a potential change to the district's personnel policy that would add protections for LGBT employees.
The program reaches out to potential students who need money to pay for higher education and those with lower test scores.
States will compete to enroll as many participants as possible in the free health and safety service designed for pregnant women and new moms. Grandparents also encouraged to signup. The contest runs through Oct. 30.
The artwork is proposed for a building at 12th & Main.
It was built in 1939 as the first stand-alone cafeteria on campus and is now one of eight buildings comprising UCA’s Historic District.
Local store partners with school district.
Students find a special way to say thank you.
The Arkansas National Guard’s Counterdrug Program and U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration transported the medications to Covanta Energy in Huntsville, Alabama, where they were destroyed at no charge as a part of the Prescription for Safety program.
The Arkansas Mission of Mercy to provide a 100-chair dental clinic both days.
Zero tolerance for drivers and passengers not wearing seatbelts.
Sojas Wagle attends Southwest Junior High School.
It's the first doctoral degree in the Russellville university's 106-year history.
Camron Taylor calls on area businesses for donations that allow him to reach out to those in need on the city's streets.
Program will provide graduates with marketable skills in geographic information systems (GIS) while also providing methods of identifying, analyzing and solving problems utilized by geographers and anthropologists.
Dr. Rex Horne leaves the school after more than nine years at the helm.
Grant of $20.3 million is the second largest gift in the university's history.
There are many new things that will be implemented when the 2015-16 school year starts.
The hike for in state undergrads at Jonesboro campus, for example, will raise tuition from $2,880 to $3,000.
Former men’s basketball players Ronnie Brewer and Lee Mayberry along with WNBA draft pick and former women’s basketball player C’iera Ricketts are among the graduates this year.
Jesse Lay, 27, is a father of three who needs a bone marrow transplant from a matching donor.
Peter Reed is an only child raised by a single father who taught his son by a technique known as "unschooling." Reed says he was given a number of textbooks to dive into, and essentially taught himself. Up next for him after a year off from school, he'll begin an 8-year PhD program.
He kicked off the tour Wednesday in northwest Arkansas with stops in Fort Smith, Rogers and Springdale. His next stop takes him to Farmington High School on Friday and other schools next week.